carburation


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carburation

(ˌkɑːbjʊˈreɪʃən) or

carburetion

n
(Automotive Engineering) the process of mixing a hydrocarbon fuel with a correct amount of air to make an explosive mixture for an internal-combustion engine
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Translations

carburation

[ˌkɑːbjʊˈreɪʃən] Ncarburación f
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Fuel injection has almost replaced carburation in spark ignition engines as the former is not only more efficient and reliable but has become more controllable with the use of modern electronic control systems which empower multiple microbursts during induction.
From Figure 2(b), compared with the nontreated case (Figure 2(a)), the average friction coefficient is increased by the carburation or nitridation treatments of plate specimen.
Aujourd'hui a Marseille, la star portugaise ouvrira le bal des quarts face a l'avant-centre du Bayern Robert Lewandowski, qui peine encore a trouver la bonne carburation dans cet Euro (aucun but).
[26] was to deviate from the test method and conduct the tests at stoichiometric air-fuel ratio to avoid the limitations imposed by the fixed jet carburation system.
The most serious fault was the carburation. The suppliers attempted to rectify it but the car had to go to the components firm who informed me that the carburettor should not have been fitted as it was faulty.
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