Welcome

With the rapid growth of this industry, the Turbocharger Research Institute (TRI) at The University of Huddersfield has been established to develop training to support companies at the forefront of this world-leading technology and to conduct research relating to the use of turbochargers in the fields of:

  • Structural integrity
  • Computational simulation
  • NVH
  • Complex applications
  • Systems engineering
  • Test methodologies

This research covers the full range of turbocharger applications from small vehicle engines to large low speed marine engines.

The institute brings together experienced professionals who have spent a significant amount of time working in the turbocharger and engine industries throughout the world.  This gives us an unparalleled and unique insight into the field.

Our innovative team is now available to investigate new technologies and to solve existing problems, either through collaborative research or on a consultancy basis.

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Staff

Our vibrant and rapidly growing research community is a major force in the areas of technical innovation and development.

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Outputs

The following are examples of the most recent outputs produced by members of the group.

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Facilities and Equipment

The University Queensgate campus is friendly and welcoming with facilities and departments contained on one town centre campus site close to all the local services, shops, student accommodation and transport.

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Introduction to Turbocharger Engineering Course

A world-class short course, delivered by our experienced professionals, based on industrial requirements to provide the knowledge and skills required to support this fast moving technology.

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Contact Us

For all general enquiries, please contact the Turbocharger Research Institute on:

Telephone icon  01484 471646

Email icon  tri-support@hud.ac.uk

 

Where to find us

The Turbocharger Research Institute is located on the ground floor of the Researcher Hub.  Please view the maps below for details.