intercooler

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in·ter·cool·er

 (ĭn′tər-ko͞o′lər)
n.
A device for cooling a fluid between successive heating stages.

in′ter·cool′ v.

intercooler

(ˌɪntəˈkuːlə)
n
(General Engineering) a heat exchanger used in a supercharger or turbocharger
Translations
vahejahuti
échangeur thermique intermédiaire
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The four-cylinder petrol engine is available on Octavia SE, SE Technology and SE L models in both hatch and estate body styles and features a new, fully-variable, map-controlled oil pump and a polymer-coated main crankshaft bearing and a more efficient indirect intercooling unit with improved cooling performance.
a more constant and effective intercooling and a resulting reduction of CO2 emissions of up to 3% are the advantages of indirect intercooling which are convincing more and more vehicle manufacturers.
The four-cylinder petrol engine is available on Octavia SE, SE Technology and SE L models in both hatch and estate body styles and features a new, fully variable, map-controlled oil pump and a polymercoated main crankshaft bearing and a more efficient indirect intercooling unit with improved cooling performance.
With its aviation heritage and the introduction of intercooling technology, the LMS100 offers the highest simple-cycle efficiency of any industrial gas turbine.
Wet compression is a method that works by injecting water into the gas turbine inlet, and is designed to increase the power output of the gas turbine by reducing compressor inlet temperatures, intercooling the compressor and increasing mass flow throughout the turbine.
The aircraft retains the stock 310-HP IO-550-N but with the addition of two turbochargers and lots of intercooling.
Because of the potential for energy savings through intercooling or economizing between stages, the development of a two-stage model that can consider these different system configurations is important.
By incorporating steam injection and/or a process such as General Electric's SPRay INTercooling (SPRINT) system, the power, heat rate, and overall efficiency of a turbine can be improved.
It uses two turbochargers with intercooling to generate 275PS of power, and a massive 650Nm of torque, or pulling power.
The engines use four-cylinder technology combined with efficient superchargers, intercooling, variable valve timing, Lanchester balancer shafts and adaptive drive dynamics.
Each turbine will be equipped with GE's SPRINT spray intercooling technology, boosting power output to 44 megawatts.
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