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Authors :- Vikram R. Deshmukh, Rutuja A. Patil

Volume/Issue:  Volume 2 Issue 12

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With evolution pertaining in automobile industry at a rapid rate, incredible efforts are being directed to get maximum output with minimum input that is to increase the efficiency of the internal combustion engine to the maximum possible value. One such way is by supplementing the internal combustion engine with components such as turbochargers and superchargers. Turbochargers are the devices which use the exhaust gas velocity to run a compressor, which would in turn provide compressed air input to the engine. Many advancements in the turbo technology have been made over the years resulting in increased output and maximizing the efficiency. Twin turbo technology is one such advancement into turbo technology, which makes use of two turbo charger either in parallel or sequential configuration. However, both the setups have inherent disadvantage of turbo lag for parallel configuration and large space required, intricate piping and high cost for the sequential setup. The design put henceforth addresses both the problems by integrating three turbines (the no of turbines to be selected is solely dependent on the manufacturer and their needs) into a single turbocharger setup. The design has the advantage of minimum turbo lag at low rpm as, low boost threshold, high turbo boost at high rpm as well as a compact setup as compared to conventional twin turbo setup.
Keywords:-Efficiency, Turbocharger, Twin Turbocharger, Sequential, Turbolag