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Old   October 3, 1998, 10:01
Default Torque Conveter reasearch
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Mark Headey
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I work for a Torque Converter reconditioning co. in Australia. I design and produce "High Stall/High Performance" Torque conveters. Wondering if anyone can point me in the direction of some research/facts/figures in this field. Anything would be appreciated. Thanks, Mark
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Old   October 8, 1998, 11:13
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Clifford Arnold
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Check out SAE since 1992. My recollection is that the first seminal paper on the subject was by Toyota (or one of the other Japanese auto companies). It is a nice introduction to the challange of this calculation, and shows results for their designs. I also believe that Star-CD did a significant project on Torque converters around 1995-6 and I have seen some pretty pics on one of their posters that I assume is the output of that work.

This is not an easy calculation due to the importance of time dependent effects between rotor and stator blades with a gap that is very tight Good luck.
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