diesel motor


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Noun1.diesel motor - an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oildiesel motor - an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil
diesel locomotive - a locomotive driven by a diesel engine
internal-combustion engine, ICE - a heat engine in which combustion occurs inside the engine rather than in a separate furnace; heat expands a gas that either moves a piston or turns a gas turbine
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Tenders are invited for procurement of integrated items of diesel motor and integration of the diesel motor with the alternator (sp04-a)
Ideal for applications in which dockside power sources are not present, an automated cargo handling system features a live floor belt conveyor built directly into 53-foot tractor trailers and powered by a self-contained diesel motor for loading and unloading cargo.
The German automobile manufacturer admitted on Tuesday that a software installed in cars running on EA 189 diesel motor could help cheat emissions tests in the United States.
The customised actuators for Seaway's new hybrid yacht will be used in the clutch mechanism between the generator and the diesel motor.
26 January 2010 - Swedish vehicle group AB Volvo (STO: VOLV B) said today its Japanese subsidiary Nissan Diesel Motor Co Ltd will be renamed UD Trucks Corp on 1 February 2010.
2-litre diesel motor offers 194bhp - 25% more than before - allowing the chunky model to reach 62mph from rest in 9.
3-litre diesel motor - 20PS greater than before and sufficient to take it to 62mph from rest in 12.
FORGETFUL Phillip Schofield pumped petrol into his wife's diesel motor - then posted the results on the Twitter website.
A new fourcy linder diesel motor will come in three different configurations: the 201bhp E250, the 168bhp E220 and the 134bhp E200.
Nissan Diesel Motor agrees to become wholly owned unit of Volvo
The technology eliminates most mechanical components common to conventional trailer refrigeration units and uses an ultra-high-performance generator driven by the diesel motor to power the electric system.
1901: The first diesel motor went on display in Britain.