With this emphasis on the term ‘Next Generation’ it is often easy to lose sight of the fact that we are not necessarily talking about new technologies but enhancements and improvements to existing often simple technologies. The Electric Wastegate Turbocharger is a perfect example of this.
The research being completed by Cummins Turbo Technologies in the field of additive manufacturing is affording a revolutionary approach to turbine wheel development and production, therefore acting as a catalyst to the generation of innovative products and technology.
Cummins Turbo Technologies recently launched a pioneering new Two-Stage turbocharger, the next generation Holset M Squared Two-Stage System with Rotary Turbine Control (RTC) which is Cummins most sophisticated turbocharger to date and delivers high efficiency, excellent driveability and low emissions
In order to help fulfil its future technology needs, Cummins Turbo Technologies is educating and developing next generation engineers through a project to design and build an electric race car. This is the first in-house developed Cummins electric vehicle.
This article looks at the novel solutions to materials engineering that are being developed to meet stringent emission regulations and customer requirements.
This article looks at the innovative solutions that Cummins Turbo Technologies is developing to meet today's and future industry challenges.
Cummins Turbo Technologies has a strong track record of developing materials for high temperature applications. This article is a summary of the technical paper delivered at the IMechE 11th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging unveiling its latest technique.
The debate around turbocharger and engine technologies in the off-highway sector has historically been one that focuses on reliability and durability. Operators in these markets need to minimise the downtime of their equipment to ensure there isn’t a commercial impact on their businesses.