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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It features Recaro sports seats, faux-suede interior trim highlights, a flat-bottom steering wheel, alloy pedals and binnacle gauges displaying turbo boost pressure, oil temperature and oil pressure, sports suspension with stiffened spring rates, bushes and anti-roll bars, two-mode switchable dampers and an electric power-assisted steering system.
The sporty multifunction flat-bottomed steering wheel is clad in soft perforated leather, while the colour DIS display shows oil temperature, boost pressure and a lap timer in a separate RS menu.
The latter shows the car's speed, engine torque, turbo boost pressure and engine coolant temperature as well as relevant trip information.
Recent pre-election polls showed the LDP and its ally the New Komeito party could together secure more than 300 seats in the 480-member House of Representatives, fueling expectations that the next administration is likely to boost pressure on the Bank of Japan for further monetary easing measures, dealers said.
An electronic throttle and electronic boost pressure underpins its stunningly fast acceleration without turbo lag.
Standard specification of the pounds 17,495 entry level model includes 18in alloy wheels, three-spoke leather-clad steering wheel, 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.
Abe was referring to the bill submitted by the LDP and its coalition partner, the New Komeito party, earlier this month in an effort to boost pressure on North Korea to resolve the issue of Japanese nationals abducted by North Korean agents and the standoff over Pyongyang's nuclear ambitions.
Operating parameters such as ignition angle retard, turbocharger boost pressure, and engine speed were varied over a range of potential operating conditions.
Hunkar says the "weights" of such variables as hold pressure, backpressure, boost pressure, injection speed, hold time, plastication time, and mold temperature have already been determined through statistical analysis of millions of shots on hundreds of production molding machines.
MB OM611 and OM441LA address a number of performance criteria, including boost pressure lost, bore polishing, cam wear, cylinder wear, engine sludge, general engine deposits, oil consumption, piston ring wear, deposits and cleanliness, ring sticking, timing chain wear and viscosity increase at 100 Celsius.
The intake air and the CNG must both flow through the intake port, leading to higher boost pressure requirements.
This means the turbocharger responds faster to engine load changes, so boost pressure is developed more quickly and turbo lag is minimized.