June 10, 2021

Modern Heavy-Duty Diesel Wastegate Turbocharger Technology

Wastegate turbochargers have a long history in heavy-duty (HD) diesel engines and will continue to play a significant role in improving efficiency to meet more stringent future regulations.

In this free, 30-minute webinar, Garrett Motion’s Geoff Duff will discuss the trends in advanced HD diesel engines and the technology developments in wastegate turbochargers to meet these challenges.
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.

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5 key takeaways of the webinar

  • Industry trends in commercial vehicle (CV) engines and strategies to achieve regulatory compliance and fuel efficiency
  • Exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) vs selective catalytic reduction (SCR) engine architecture strategies and how each drives different turbochargers requirements
  • Drive to +50% brake thermal efficiency and how Garrett is evolving turbocharger aerodynamics, bearing systems, and pulse utilization to boost overall turbo efficiency
  • Next-generation wastegate turbo technologies that deliver more efficiency and robustness to meet the demands of future HD engines over the next ten years

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Commercial Vehicle Wastegate – Free Floating Turbochargers

Garrett Wastegate and Free Floating Turbos are designed for on- & off-highway commercial diesel engines, covering a wide range of applications such as Light Commercial Vehicle, Medium and Heavy Duty Truck, mining equipment, generator sets, locomotives, marine applications and many more.

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Commercial Vehicle Wastegate Turbo GT45
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