The most vehicles are equipped with internal combustion engines. In general, people of the world have spent a great deal of time and money in an effort to gain more usable horse power from the engines that serve them. There are two major options to accomplish serious changes. One is to add a turbo charger. A second option is to add a super charger.
There are several issues common to the turbo super charger, here after referred to as a turbo. This is a device that uses the expanded hot exhaust gases in the exhaust manifold to drive a turbine wheel. This turbine wheel is connected by a common shaft to a compressor wheel that resides in the intake side of the engine’s plumbing and when driven by the exhaust turbine, compresses the air going into the engine.
Well known turbo chargers have a long and varied past. There are many destroyed engines in its wake. There are also very many great success stories from its more recent past. However, there are six main problems with a turbo charger and all of these, with the possible exception of #3 below, are going to increase as we demand more from them in an effort to reduce fuel consumption and increase air-to-fuel ratios.
1. It causes the engine to retain too much heat.
4. It cannot create increased boost without increased fuel.
6. This will be due to the fact that more of the exhaust gases remain inside the combustion chamber because the high pressure in the exhaust system prevents them from exhausting completely. There is not a lot that can be done to prevent this in the turbo as we continue to develop higher and higher boost pressures to gain the power and efficiencies we desire.
There are five main problems remaining with the electrical super charger of today.
1. Super chargers cannot respond to load changes.
2. Super chargers can over boost at low load conditions occurring at higher engine revolutions per minute.
3. Super chargers cannot develop full boost at low engine revolutions per minute.
4. Mechanically driven super chargers must be able to be mounted in a place to have access to a belt driven from a pulley on the engine crankshaft.
5. Electrically driven super chargers, using today’s 12-volt systems, have proven unable to provide enough boosts to seriously alter an engine’s performance or economy.
The aim of the present invention is the use of an electrically driven super charger whose boost is totally controlled by signals from the computer resulting from analysis of the various sensors it is monitoring. This unit will use high AC voltages, to efficiently deliver the maximum boost required to serve todays and future engine requirements.
According to our new patented and patent pending inventions we have developed number of innovative Solar Powered supercharger systems to boost engine power, to save engine for long life and to reduce the harmful exhaust gases.
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