boost pressure

boost pressure

[′büst ‚presh·ər]
(aerospace engineering)
Manifold pressure greater than the ambient at atmospheric pressure, obtained by supercharging. Also known as boost.

boost pressure

A manifold pressure greater than the ambient atmospheric pressure, obtained by supercharging. Often called a boost.
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The company said its new solution can adjust target mixtures, correct short term trim and ignition timing errors induced by increasing boost pressure hence enabling engineers to optimize the parameters, as deemed fit.
6-litre, DOHC, 16-valve, Campro, Charged Fuel Efficiency (CFE) engine that features a low boost intercooled turbocharged engine with a maximum boost pressure of 0.
The twin turbo inline six-cylinder (small turbos fill cylinders 1-3 and 4-6 to boost performance and cut lag), dispenses with the naturally aspirated engine's magnesium/aluminum bedplate construction (found in the 328i and all-wheel-drive 328 xi models) for an aluminum block with cast-iron cylinder liners to better handle the boost pressure.
Inside the theme continues with Recaro sports seats, black headliner, "submarine" lighting and a unique additionalinstrument pod containing a turbo boost pressure gauge, and oil temperature and pressure dials - all as standard.
Standard specification of the pounds 17,495 entry level model includes 18in alloy wheels, three-spoke leather-clad steering wheel, special ST body styling and a large rear spoiler, Recaro sports seats and an additional instrument pod containing a turbo boost pressure gauge and oil temperature and pressure dials.
GE's unique VBV design ensures peak engine performance at all speeds by bleeding off variable amounts of air to maintain optimal boost pressure.
L&T install a facility to boost pressure at the reservoir, which has been operating since 1972.
It is capable of displaying battery voltage, boost pressure, instant horsepower and torque readouts, and cam phase angle.
In this way the optimum boost pressure can be maintained and optimum use can be made of the energy in exhaust gas.
This results in an increased boost pressure, explaining the engine's 35bhp premium above the standard unit.
I've always liked Kia's simple dials so was a bit shocked Alloys to see a turbo boost pressure gauge on the dash.