• Computer Languages Turbo Pascal
    498 words
    Computer Languages By Nicholas So er Differences in computer languages is a topic that many people are not familiar with. I was one of those kinds of people before I started researching on this topic. There many different computer languages and each one of them are similar in some ways, but are also different in other ways, such as: program syntax, the format of the language, and the limitations of the language. Most computer programmers start programming in languages such as turbo pascal or one...
  • Turbo Or Nitrous Increase Horsepower
    435 words
    Turbo or Nitrous As you are driving, you see many cars going over the speed limit. Many of the drivers are into racing and modifying their cars. In most cars there are two major modifications that can be done, they are; turbo kit, or a nitrous kit. Both increase horsepower dramatically, but one is instant and the other goes into effect after a certain rpm. Turbo, is a turbine that is connected to your engines air intake that spins to create explosive power at high rpm's. This is something that ...
  • Supercharger Vs Turbocharger Top Fuel
    1,517 words
    Ok, we " ve seen it brought up a million and one times, so, I'm going to give my take on the whole turbo vs. supercharger argument once and for all. Honestly, both devices ROCK. They essentially do the same thing (which is pressurize the intake) when it comes down to it. Arguing that one makes 'more power' than the other is utterly redundant, as I re-iterate that they both essentially do the same thing. (Look up redundancy in the dictionary and it will say 'See Redundant'. ) Anyways, I'm going ...
  • Turbo Units Engine Unit Air
    776 words
    How The Turbo Unit Works The Compressor Side To keep it brief and simple, a turbo unit compresses the intake of the engine by means of a fan. Essentially, the fan pulls in air on one side and then it pushes it out the other (see diagram A, here it's referred to as the compressor wheel). A fan performs the function of moving air; however we are still left with the task of compressing the air. In order to compress the air; we must then contain it within an enclosed space (this is the compressor ho...
  • Turbo Charger Power Supercharger Air
    504 words
    English 4 Persuasive Essay Turbo Charger VS Super Charger One of the most common questions asked when modifying a car is which rout to take turbo or supercharger. The answer is not a simple one by any means each has special characteristics. In Webster a supercharger is defined as 'a device (as a blower or compressor) for pressurizing the cabin of an airplane or for increasing the volume air charge of an internal combustion engine over that which would normally be drawn in through the pumping act...
  • Boost Engine Turbo Air
    501 words
    Reflective Essay on Turbo Charging When people talk about race cars or high-performance sports cars, the topic of turbochargers usually comes up. Turbochargers also appear on large diesel engines. A turbo can significantly boost an engine's horsepower without significantly increasing its weight, which is the huge benefit that makes turbos so popular! Turbochargers are a type of forced induction system. They compress the air flowing into the engine. The advantage of compressing the air is that it...
  • Turbochargers Are Better Than Supercharger Turbo Car Turbocharger
    2,274 words
    Every person in the world sees hundreds of cars each day. Every once and a while, someone sees a car that makes their head turn and their mouth drop open. But does what's underneath the hood of those cars match the beauty of the outside of it? Speed is just as important as looks, and a good method of adding speed to an automobile is by using forced induction to pull more out of your engine and make your car faster. Turbochargers and superchargers are the two best ways to get more from your car. ...