Propulsion Enhancement Optimization for OEM
Our technology enables OEM reengineering of internal combustion gas and diesel applications to provide a number of key elements of reduced fuel consumption, reduced CO2 emissions and increased performance at peak demand. The Lag-Free™ feature of the TurboPac™ System enables a configuration of a higher ratio of air/fuel and higher compression at initial demand or low level RPM. This feature lowers fuel consumption in propulsion applications at the highest demand periods. The higher air/fuel ratio combined with higher compression at low level RPM is what optimizes combustion. Lag-Free™ air charging enables the elimination of partially combusted fuel at low level RPM. This feature is critically valuable in compression ignition (diesel) applications. The Lag-Free™ feature of the TurboPac™ System for turbo diesel propulsion applications enables a higher ratio of air compression concurrent with lower fuel intake at peak demand and at the cruising stage providing a smooth acceleration curve. The application of these elements provides cleaner, more efficient optimized fuel combustion and therefore, lowers fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
The Lag-Free™ feature of our technology speaks directly to the heart of compliance with new EPA and NHTSA (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration) regulations. These new regulations require OEMs to achieve a 54.5 MPG rating for cars and light-duty trucks by model year 2025. TurboPac™ air charging systems for internal combustion propulsion applications is the most effective method to enable downsizing of engine displacement. OEMs can focus largely on the production of smaller displacement engines with higher MPG ratings without the expense of optimal performance during peak demand.
Downsizing displacement comes with added benefits for OEMs. Costs of raw materials associated with large production schedules can be reduced. Marketing cost effective “peak demand performance” features to eco conscious customers will gain a competitive advantage.