The guided-rotor compressor (GRC) is a positive-displacement rotary gas compressor. The compression volume is defined by the trochoidally rotating rotor mounted on an eccentric drive shaft with a typical 80 to 85% adiabatic efficiency.
The development of the GRC started in 1990 to minimize the use of compressor valve plates and springs by using simple inlet/discharge ports.
- GRC - Detailed description and defining geometry
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- Mechanical properties
- Development history
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