Solving the clean-up conundrum

The needs of the high pressure side of two-stage turbochargers may still be best met by radial flow compressors. Image: MAN ES

Two-stage turbocharging has been around for quite a while, but there’s recently been a resurgence of interest. However, the targets differ from those of automotive applications which focus on dynamic behaviour, writes Stevie Knight.

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