Few would dispute the desirability of harnessing the energy normally thrown away when the exhaust gases leave an engine. Both thermal and kinetic energy are inevitably wasted as the hot gases leave a vehicle’s tailpipe, which explains why, during the last two decades or more of escalating fuel prices, turbocharging …
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