dieselization

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dieselization

(ˌdiːzəlaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

dieselisation

n
(General Engineering) the process of equipping something with a diesel engine or diesel engines
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It also recommended timely implementation of BS VI emissions standards and control dieselisation of vehicles segment to control NOx emissions.
Distillates consumption as a proportion of total refined products consumption will continue to make headway, as the share of gasoline consumption falls, due to the continued dieselisation of the vehicle fleet.
000 TM en 2015 en raison du faible ecart entre le prix du GPLC et celui des autres carburants ainsi que la forte [beaucoup moins que] dieselisation [beaucoup plus grand que] du parc automobile national.
Well, when I worked for the old British Railways, later renamed British Rail, I witnessed the changeover of steam power to dieselisation.
It is the dieselisation of the economy, the bane of Honda in general, that killed the Civic.
Yes, the dieselisation of the market has impacted numbers.
94) The WALEDF&CU won a belated victory after a bitter struggle but, with dieselisation just around the corner--the first Y and X class diesels arrived in 1953 and 1954 respectively--there would soon be other challenges for the Union, as the era of steam disappeared and with it much of what made the men of the footplate an industrial elite.
Quoting information obtained from market sources, some market context with respect to dieselisation trends was provided: "Diesel accounts for 67 per cent of driving fuel in Europe, up from 47 per cent in 2000 while in North America it is at 38 per cent, an increase from 31 per cent in 2000.
Then, there is the increasing dieselisation of automobiles in India.
Currently the only company that seems to be pushing for a dieselisation of this type of machines is Revolve Technologies in Britain, which developed prototypes based on Polaris and Arctic Cat machines.
Across the 1940s and 1950s, there were streams of reports advocating dieselisation only as a stopgap on the route to eventual mass electrification.