May 11, 2021

14th International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging

On May 11-12, Garrett Motion will participate in the International Conference on Turbochargers and Turbocharging, presenting key technical papers and showcasing leading turbocharging and electric boosting technologies in the virtual exhibition area.

Garrett is an automotive technology leader, serving vehicle manufacturers worldwide for more than 65 years. Garrett’s cutting-edge technology enables vehicles to become safer, more connected, efficient and environmentally friendly. The company’s broad portfolio of gas and diesel turbocharging applications, electric boosting technologies and automotive software solutions empowers the transportation industry to redefine and further advance motion.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about Garrett technologies and meet our experts during the event!

Technical Papers

2021 Technical Papers

The smallest CV VNTTM developed for Euro VI+ & Japan PPNLT light duty commercial applications with extreme braking

Speaker: Shuichi Ikeda

Challenging emissions and fuel consumption legislations across the globe drive continuous evolution of VNTTM turbocharger technologies. In the light duty (100 kW – 140 kW engines) commercial vehicles segment, this challenge is further complicated by high cost-sensitivity and unique packaging constraints. Moreover, due to engine down-sizing, light duty commercial vehicle powertrains need to expand their range to cover a portion of medium duty vehicle applications as well.

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SC-VNT a route toward high efficiency for gasoline engines

Speaker: Nathaniel Bontemps

CO2 targets and anticipation of Eu7 Legislation are accelerating the widespread adoption of VNT turbochargers for Gasoline engines. The industry best BSFC of 222 g/kWh was set when the 1,5L EA211 Miller engine with a Garrett GT12V was launched at the Vienna Motor Symposium in 2017 [1,2]. Since this time engine ratings and VNT product ranges have been expanded and it is now expected that we will see new releases from several OEMs in multiple applications from 2020 onwards.

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TECHNOLOGIES ON DISPLAY

2021 Technologies on Display

E-Turbo | A Key Technology for EU7

The growing trends toward hybridization open up possibilities to transfer electric boosting technology from racetrack to road. Garrett is pioneering E-Turbo technology to deliver superior performance, fuel economy and emissions, by integrating state-of-the-art, ultra-high-speed electric motors and power electronics into its turbocharger product families.

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48V Electric Compressor for Mild Hybrid Vehicles

Our compressor aerodynamics and electrical design help automakers overcome the historic trade-off between power density and efficiency. This industry-leading innovation aids emissions reduction and improved fuel economy alongside a more responsive driving experience.

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Garrett E-Compressor

Our Two-Stage Electric Compressor for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles

Garrett’s Two-Stage compressor enables automakers to optimize electric powertrain potential by boosting hydrogen fuel cell stacks to higher pressures and flows within a downsized package that fits inside regular vehicles.

Advanced bearing and electrical system designs increase performance, reduce size, weight, and noise, and help make the vision of zero-emissions vehicles a reality.

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DAVNT – Double Axle VNT Turbochargers

Garrett Latest generation of Variable Geometry Turbo DAVNT (Double Axle VNT) offers robust and high performance-boosting solutions enabling fuel efficiency improvement, emission reduction and further enhanced engine braking capabilities.

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Variable Geometry Turbo for Gasoline Engines

Automakers require innovative technology solutions to stay on top of the industry. Garrett’s variable geometry turbos for gas engines are optimized for the future of auto innovation. They use an advanced design—enhanced with all-new aerodynamics and materials—to achieve cost-effective, best-in-class performance and fuel economy.

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