Rotary Engine Intake Manifold & Turbo Animation | RX-7 Turbo II
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Written by Wesley Mahler   
14.10.2006
Here is a great view of the rotary engine working in conjuction with turbos and an intercooler. This is a very cool anaimation to watch.






Rotary Engine Intake Manifold & Turbo Animation | RX-7 Turbo II

This animation is a great over all representation of a rotary engine in action.  What’s interesting is it shows all of the important parts that are attached to the engine.  It gives it an overall great visual appeal to look at.  It reminds me of the Fast and Furious video where it shows the engine of Vin Diesel's Mazda RX-7 for the first race. 

Any how this is a very cool animation to look at, it shows the turbo spooling and the intake manifold.  It’s also great because it shows the turbo’s exhaust going through the intercooler and back down into the engine.  Aesthetically pleasing, take a look at this Mazda RX-7 ( FC ) - Turbo II engine.

If you enjoyed this animation make sure to view the other rotary engine animations.

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Lindsay (IP:68.115.224.12) 2006-10-17 12:44:58

Just a correction to your description..

The exhaust gas powering the turbo is routed through the turbine housing via the exhaust manifold, spins the turbine wheel(which is connected via shaft to the compressor wheel), and out the back of the car.

The compressor wheel (connected via shaft to the turbine) is thus spun, which ingests air into the compressor housing where it is compressed and moved at a high velocity through the charge pipe up to the intercooler, which cools the charged air before it is ingested by the engine.

So the "turbo's exhaust" never goes back into the engine, as that's where it came from!
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valkanos_dim@yahoo.gr (IP:147.27.45.70) 2006-11-08 05:04:19

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test (IP:169.158.128.75) 2007-04-19 11:15:04

I love the animation
engineer
mohamed (IP:217.53.68.84) 2007-04-28 01:28:35

tanke you
engineer
rangga (IP:125.160.97.187) 2007-05-09 03:22:30

i can download the file engine animation , how can i get the animation engine.
animation engine
Premangshu Saha (IP:61.12.21.86) 2007-07-19 04:48:50

fan of engine animation[ size=medium][/size]
engine animation
Premangshu Saha (IP:61.12.21.86) 2007-07-19 04:52:18

fan of engine animation
download animation?
steve (IP:71.177.220.83) 2007-08-12 00:45:14

hello,

I would really like to have a copy of this animation. Can you please send it to stevesmiles1@yahoo.com ?

thanks,
steve
sus
marvic (IP:124.104.195.119) 2007-09-15 01:41:59

dali lang nyan!!!
kayang kaya ko yan..
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