Application of Hybrid EGR Systems to Turbocharged GDI Engines

In a hybrid exhaust gas recirculation system, high-pressure EGR is combined with low-pressure EGR. As BorgWarner demonstrates, proven technology from diesel engines can also be used for gasoline engines in order to reduce fuel consumption and emissions over the entire engine map.
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Author(s): David Roth; Rolf Sauerstein; Michael Becker; Rob Meilinger


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