piston engine


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piston engine

n (Aut) → motore m a pistoni
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UL94 complies with avgas specification ASTM D7547 and is FAA approved for up to 65% of the US piston engine fleet.
6% for multilayered ceramic coated piston engine when compared to uncoated piston engine.
Regardless, one of the weak links in the chain that is the typical aircraft piston engine is its cylinders.
Researchers at Toyota Central R&D Labs Inc developed a Free Piston Engine Linear Generator consisting of a two-stroke combustion chamber, a linear generator and a gas spring chamber.
also has the specific fuel consumption of a piston engine.
The aircraft, a modified, commercially-available, lightweight single-seater, uses a combination of a 4-stroke piston engine and an electric motor, which could also turn into a power generator.
The free piston engine (FPE), however, offers the ultimate flexibility for variable compression ratio control by eliminating the crankshaft.
US electronic components provider Teledyne Technologies (NYSE:TDY) has completed the sale of its general aviation piston engine business to Technify Motor, a unit of Chinese AVIC International (HKG:0232), for USD186m (EUR129.
The provincial government purchased a total of four turbine conversion kits for its fleet of CL-215 piston engine amphibious aircraft.
Among the stages are the piston engine experience, the end of World War II and the beginning of turbojet development, transition to turbofans, going commercial, high-bypass fans, and the modern era.