octane rating


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Related to octane rating: compression ratio, Cetane rating, Engine knocking
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Noun1.octane rating - a measure of the antiknock properties of gasoline
quantity, measure, amount - how much there is or how many there are of something that you can quantify
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octane rating

nnumero di ottani
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Petrol car with an octane rating of more than 92, but not more than 95 by the research method, petrol car with an octane number of more than 95, but not more than 98 on the research method
Gasoline with an octane rating of 95 is now in the range of P47.
Beginning Friday, the domestic oil market in India will boast of a high-performance fuel with an octane rating of 99 - the highest in India so far - targeting high end vehicles like BMW, Porsche and Lamborghini.
Premium grade gasoline has a posted octane rating or anti-knock index of 91 while the index for regular grade is just 87.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association has reportedly endorsed the use of Gevo's isobutanol in the marine fuel market because of the superior properties of isobutanol-blended gasolines, including its prevent moisture absorption and phase separation, reduce engine corrosion, provide higher energy content as well as contain a high octane rating.
The Octane 98 provides consumers with a third option, alongside Jayyid and Mumtaz, and has a higher octane rating that ensures better engine performance.
But after he left, I noticed the fuel had a 95 octane rating, contained no ethanol and had a shelf life of three years.
Catalytic cracking enhanced the gasoline octane rating, allowing the development of efficient, high-compression automobile engines.
Shell has developed an unleaded Avgas that meets all key Avgas properties and that has a Motor Octane rating of over 100, an industry standard.
Octane rating is the standard measure of performance of a fuel.
This was in many ways to do with the octane rating of fuel in those days.
Racing consumers will see octane rating of 100 or 110 depending on the initial fuel used.