The Electric SuperCharger as an alternative to the turbocharger in car engines. How does an e-turbo work? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this device. How to combine E-turbo and turbo? Answers to these and other questions in this video.
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An electric supercharger is a specific type of supercharger for internal combustion engines that uses an electrically powered forced-air system that contains an electric motor to pressurize the intake air.
By pressurizing the air available to the engine intake system, the air becomes more dense, and is matched with more fuel, producing the increased horsepower to the wheels.
An electric supercharger, if supplied by common stock electric accumulators, runs independent of the engine to which it provides its boost. However, electrical energy consumed is often higher than what a production-line generator e.g. alternator of the engine can supply. Larger alternators are therefore fitted to recharge accumulators during the engine run.