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ABB Turbocharging

The range of ABB turbochargers


Product information

www.abb.com/turbocharging

Contents

A100
the new turbocharger benchmark

TPS . . F
for small medium-speed diesel engines,
large high-speed diesel engines and gas engines

TPS . . -D / E
for modern high-speed diesel engines,
small medium-speed diesel engines and gas engines

TPL . . -C
for advanced medium-speed,
four-stroke diesel and gas engines

TPL . . -A
for modern four-stroke medium to large diesel
and gas engines

TPR 61
for four-stroke diesel engines

TPL . . -B
for large, modern two-stroke marine diesel engines

TPL 91-B
for the largest and most powerful
two-stroke diesel engines

PTL
for use with high-efficiency two-stroke marine engines

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VTR
for two-stroke, low-speed and four-stroke,
medium-speed heavy-duty diesel engines

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VTC
a compact turbocharger for diesel engines

11

RR
12
for use on high-speed diesel engines and on gas engines

A100
the new turbocharger benchmark

ABB Turbocharging introduces the all-new

With the all-new A100 turbocharger generation,

A100 turbocharger generation as a significant

ABB Turbocharging achieves another industry

step in the development of single-stage, high-

first: compressor pressure ratios of up to 5.8

efficiency, high-pressure turbocharging. Three

with aluminium compressor wheels for the

A100 series set a new industry standard with

high-speed and medium-speed diesel and gas

highest compressor pressure ratios for the high-

engine market, as well as 4.7 for low-speed

speed and medium-speed diesel and gas

engines. These and other features of the A100

engine segments as well as highest efficiency at

take special account of todays and future

high pressure ratios for low-speed diesel

diesel and gas engine generations as well as

engines.

the markets increasing focus on reducing


engine emissions.

TPS . . -F

TPS 61

TPS 52

TPS 48

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TPS 57

for small medium-speed diesel engines, large


high-speed diesel engines and gas engines

Characteristics of the TPS . . -F:

Compressor pressure ratio

5.0

Mixed flow turbine with nozzle ring for


constant pressure and pulse applications

4.5

4.0

Versions with variable turbine geometry


available

3.5

F31
1.0

1.5

F32
2.0

F33

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

5.0

Three different radial compressor designs


cover the full range of pressure ratio and

at MCR

3.0

volume flow rate requirements

V [m3/s]

Air recirculation for a larger surge margin

Single-piece, oil-cooled bearing casing

The TPS..-F is a compact turbocharger for

Internal plain bearing with squeeze film

small medium-speed diesel engines, large

Clamp connection flanges for flexible casing

Volume flow

high-speed diesel engines and gas engines in

orientation and easy disassembly

the 500 kW to 3,300 kW power range.

Same outline dimensions as the TPS..-D/E

Three series offer full-load pressure ratios of

Proven turbine containment with

up to 4.75, 5.0 and 5.2.

internal and external burst protection rings

Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

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5.5

4.5
4.0

Engine operating line


with recirculation

80

3.5

0.

Compressor pressure ratio

5.0

3.0
2.5

Engine
operating
line without
recirculation

2.0
1.5

0.5 1.0 1.5 2.0 2.5 3.0


Volume flow

V298 [m3/s]

TPS . . -D / E

TPS 61

TPS 57

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TPS 52

TPS 48

for modern high-speed diesel engines,


small medium-speed diesel engines and
gas engines

Characteristics of the TPS . . -D / E:

Mixed flow turbine with nozzle ring for


constant pressure and pulse applications

4.5

4.0

Versions with variable turbine geometry


available

3.5

3.0

E-version
D-version
0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

V [m3/s]

Two different radial compressor designs


for pressure ratios of up to 4.5

at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

5.0

Single-piece, oil-cooled bearing casing


(water-cooled casing for gas engines)

Volume flow

Internal plain bearing design with


squeeze oil damper

The TPS..-D/E turbocharger is designed for


modern high-speed diesel engines, small
medium-speed diesel engines and gas engines
with power outputs in the range of 500 kW to
3,000 kW.

Clamp connection flanges for flexible casing


orientation and easy disassembly

Proven turbine containment with internal


and external burst protection rings

Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

TPL . . -C
for advanced medium-speed,
four-stroke diesel and gas engines

The TPL..-C turbocharger is designed for


advanced medium-speed, four-stroke diesel
and gas engines in the power range of 3,000
to 10,000 kW per turbocharger.

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with compressor cooling option

5.0
4.8
4.6
4.4
4.2
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

5.2

4.0
TPL 67
6

TPL 71
8

10

TPL 76
12

Volume flow

TPL 67-C / TPL 71-C

14

V [m3/s]

Characteristics of the TPL . . -C:

Modular, compact design featuring easy


maintenance and variable positioning of
casings and flanges

New radial compressor and axial turbine


for increased volume flows, efficiencies and
pressure ratios

Compressor stages with air recirculation


for improved surge margin and enlarged map
width

Allows compliance with new, stricter


emissions regulations

Axial and radial gas inlet casings, with one


or more inlets, for pulse (TPL 67-C/TPL 71-C
only) and quasi-constant charging systems

Round gas outlet flange for TPL 67-C/


TPL 71-C; rectangular-to-round adapter piece
available for TPL 76-C

Optional compressor cooling extends


application range with aluminium wheels

Sturdy foot and new filter silencer design


minimize vibration

TPL 76-C

TPL . . -A
for modern four-stroke medium
to large diesel and gas engines

The TPL..-A turbocharger is designed for


modern four-stroke medium to large diesel
and gas engines with outputs of 2,500 kW

TPL 80

TPL 77

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0

TPL..-A30

at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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TPL 65
TPL 69
TPL 73

to 12,500 kW.

TPL..-A10
5

10

15

20

25

30

35

40

45

50 V [m3/s]

Volume flow

Characteristics of the TPL . . -A:

Axial turbine, suitable for constant pressure


and pulse turbocharging

Two different radial compressor designs


cover the full range of pressure ratio and
volume flow rate requirements

Bearing assembly with free-floating


thrust disc and squeeze oil damping

No water-cooled casings

Integrated turbine and compressor washing


nozzles

Round gas outlet flanges; no need to fit


adapter pieces

Oil inlet and exit located at bottom

Modular design; flexible positioning of


casings and flanges

TPR 61
for four-stroke diesel engines

Characteristics of the TPR 61:

High-efficiency, integral turbine


without damping wire

Wide compressor map

Compact gas outlet casing with:


large flow cross-section
integrated foot
water drain

Unique patented foot fixation

Uncooled gas casings

Optimized single entry gas inlet casing

The TPR 61 turbocharger was developed for


four-stroke diesel engines with outputs of
2,000 kW to 3,300 kW. Based on the TPL turbocharger, it has numerous features designed
specifically for heavy-duty traction applications.

Turbocharger efficiency

[%]

70

65

60
TPR 61-A10
TPR 61-F33
2.0

2.5

3.0

3.5

4.0

4.5

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Compressor pressure ratio

TPL . . -B
for large, modern two-stroke marine diesel engines

The TPL..-B turbocharger is designed primarily

Characteristics of the TPL . . -B:

for large, modern two-stroke marine diesel

Simple, robust and compact design

engines. Six frame sizes cover the engine out-

Radial compressor, axial wide-chord turbine

put range of 3,000 to 28,000 kW per turbo-

Very high efficiencies and volume flow rates

charger.

Internal plain bearings, lubricated by engine


lube oil

Header lube oil tank (TPL 85-B and TPL 91-B


with integrated emergency lube oil system)

Uncooled casings, no water connections

Integrated connection and nozzles for wet

TPL 91-B

TPL 85-B

TPL 80-B

TPL 77-B

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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TPL 73-B

TPL 69BA

turbine and compressor cleaning

10

15

20

25

30

35

Volume flow

40

45

50 V [m3/s]

TPL 91-B
for the largest and most powerful
two-stroke diesel engines

The TPL 91-B turbocharger is designed for


the largest and most powerful two-stroke
diesel engines. Engine applications range from
20,000 kW to 28,000 kW per turbocharger.
Characteristics of the TPL 91-B:

Length, volume and weight minimized

New turbine design, with 2-piece diffuser

Compact rotor

Emergency lube oil system integrated


in bearing casing

Simplified oil inlet/outlet connections

Rotor assembly can be removed as cartridge


unit for service work

Optional compressor cooling extends application range with aluminium wheels

Inducer casing bleed system for low noise


level

PTL
for use with high-efficiency two-stroke marine engines

ABBs PTL 3200 power turbine, with a maximum


electrical output of 3,200 kW, is designed
for use with high-efficiency two-stroke marine
engines. It converts surplus exhaust gas from
the ships main engine into onboard energy
for a simultaneous reduction in engine emissions and fuel consumption. Two waste heat
recovery configurations are available:

Stand-alone PTL driving a generator via a


reduction gearbox, for a 4 % saving in fuel
and emissions.

PTL in conjunction with a steam turbine for a


fuel and emissions saving in excess of 10 %.

10

The previous generation

VTR
The VTR turbocharger is designed for two-

VTR 714
VTR 714D

VTR 564 VTR 564P


VTR 564D

VTR 304P

VTR 354P
VTR 354

VTR 454 VTR 454P


VTR 454D

VTR 254P

VTR 304

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

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VTR 254

to 18,500 kW per turbocharger).

VTR 214P

speed heavy-duty diesel engines (about 700 kW

VTR 214

stroke, low-speed and four-stroke, medium-

10

20

V [m3/s]

10

20

V [m3/s]

Volume flow

VTC
The VTC turbocharger covers the diesel engine
ness is achieved through the use of internal

VTC 254

plain bearings lubricated by the engine lube oil


system.

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

C [-]

VTC 304

VTC 254P

VTC 304P

output range of 1,500 to 3,200 kW. Compact-

5
Volume flow

11

The previous generation

RR
The RR is a lightweight, low-cost turbocharger
of robust design, offering high efficiency, high
gas-inlet temperature capability and good compressor characteristics. The RR is designed for

RR 221

RR 181

4.5

4.0

3.5

3.0
at MCR

Compressor pressure ratio

C [-]

RR 151

RR 131

an output range of about 500 kW to 1,800 kW.

0.5

1.0

1.5

2.0

2.5 3.0

3.5

Volume flow

12

4.0 4.5

5.0 V [m3/s]

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