Chemical and applied engineering materials : by Maria Rajkiewicz
By Maria Rajkiewicz
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4) by consideration of shaft efficiency which has connected compressor and turbine determines compressor power needed. 5) In Eqs. 5) we should note that the efficiency of turbine and compressor in turbochargers system is based on the stagnation to static logic. This is because of less usage of flow velocity and less waste in this system . In Eq. 5) m f is flow rate of injection fuel in manifold and will be computed according to m f = m a [FAR] and fuel to air ratio. m W is passing flow rate of wastegate and will be calculated based on geometrical characteristic and movement mechanism of wastegate to achieve functional specifications and optimal performance at desired area.
All three are ultimately determined by the distribution of electron density in the molecules. So, for all of aza-derivatives of TBP, as a result of the transition from the structure of pure porphyrin to the phthalocyanine, there is observed an increase of photochromic properties of molecules and molecular interaction. 2 shows the change in absorption spectrum of zinc TBP at the sequential azasubstitution: Absorption bandwidth expansion occurs simultaneously with the increase of the extinction coefficient and bathochromic shift, leading to a decrease in gap width.