Developing turbochargers into the products we recognize today
After a look at the history of the internal combustion engine and forced induction, now it’s time to complete the timeline, filling in the dots between turbocharging’s creation and the products you’re surrounded by on a daily basis today.
How forced induction resulted in greater power density, efficiency and cleanness
Following a move from spark-ignited gasoline and gas engines to compression-ignition with Diesel, it wouldn’t be long before further improvements were considered for the internal combustion engine. We take a look at the history of forced induction.
In previous charge! articles discussing the history of internal combustion, we've looked at everything from alternative power, to steam power, to the early seeds of the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE). We take a look at what happened next.