What is the function of turbo?
Design and Function of a Turbocharger: CompressorThe turbocharger's basic functions have not fundamentally changed since the times of Alfred Büchi. A turbocharger consists of a compressor and a turbine connected by a common shaft. The exhaust-gas-driven turbine supplies the drive energy for the compressor.
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The diffuser slows down the high-velocity air, largely without losses, so that both pressure and temperature rise. The diffuser is formed by the compressor backplate and a part of the volute housing, which in its turn collects the air and slows it down further before it reaches the compressor exit.
Compressor map of a turbocharger for passenger car applications
The function of a turbo is to provide more air (a greater volume of air often under pressure) through the intake and into the cylinder. The added air allows for a more efficient use of the atomized fuel. A more efficent combustion provides more power. The turbo compresses air on the intake-side (compressor) of the system by using expended gases on the exhaust side (impeller) of the the system.
In C, a function prototype is a declaration to the compiler that a certain function exists, without a full definition. This allows other functions to call that function. The linker will later make sure that a function definition actually exists (perhaps somewhere else), and will turn the call to the function to a call to the correct function.
In Australia P plates which are new drivers are not allowed to drive turbo cars is it possible to remove a turbo from a car and leave it off with the car able to function?
you can, depending on the type of fuel system the car has. If there is a non-turbo equivalent you can change the fuel system and manifolds and it would run but would go like a pig because most turbo motors have low compression to cope with boost. If no non-turbo equivalent you could spend a lifetime making it all work properly. It's not really a very good idea, just get a non-turbo until you get…
There already is a wastegate in turbo diesel engines, most all turbo (petrol/diesel) engines for that matter. The purpose of a wastegate is to give the exhaust gasses a passage to flow that doesn't spool the turbo over the desired psi. The 2 most common wastegate designs are: 1. a series veins that surround the exhaust wheel of the turbo and pivot to open and close off the pathway to the exhaust wheel. 2. a…
Depends upon the personal opinion. They both are different IDE. Dev C used the MICGW compiler while Turbo C uses Borland compiler. Hence due to this, certain inbuilt functions will not work in Dev C. clrscr() is one such function. However Turbo C is outdated and does not use follow many of the programming standards.
If the car is the same as in it came out of a non-turbo and your putting it in a non-turbo it will work but if it came out of a non-turbo and your putting it in a turbo then it won't work. If it came out of a turbo and your putting it in a non-turbo it won't work. If it came out of a turbo and your putting in a turbo then it…
The names of the individual weapons were the Green Ranger's Turbo Thunder Cannon, the Pink Ranger's Wind Fire, the Blue Ranger's Hand Blasters, the Yellow Ranger's Star Chargers and the Red Ranger's Turbo Lightning Sword and the five weapons were capable of combining together in order to form the Turbo R.A.M. in either vehicle or Cannon Mode additionally the five Turbo Rangers had their holstered weapons that were called Auto Blasters and they also had…