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pneumatic tyre

n
(Automotive Engineering) a rubber tyre filled with air under pressure, used esp on motor vehicles
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Noun1.pneumatic tyre - a tire made of reinforced rubber and filled with compressed air; used on motor vehicles and bicycles etc
bicycle wheel - the wheel of a bicycle
car wheel - a wheel that has a tire and rim and hubcap; used to propel the car
casing - the outermost covering of a pneumatic tire
flat tire, flat - a deflated pneumatic tire
inner tube - an inflatable rubber tube that fits inside the casing of a pneumatic tire
radial, radial tire, radial-ply tire - pneumatic tire that has radial-ply casing
snow tire - an automobile pneumatic tire with deep tread to give traction in snow
tire, tyre - hoop that covers a wheel; "automobile tires are usually made of rubber and filled with compressed air"
tread - the grooved surface of a pneumatic tire
tubeless, tubeless tire - pneumatic tire not needing an inner tube to be airtight
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Bank Holiday times always bring out old stored-away vehicles and odd people; one saw tricars and electric broughams and dilapidated old racing motors with huge pneumatic tyres. Once our holiday- makers saw a horse and cart, and once a youth riding a black horse amidst the badinage of the passersby.
The product, a puncture sealant gel, is injected into tubeless, pneumatic tyres and fits all types of fleets from large-scale industrial motor vehicles to private cars, said a statement.
John Boyd Dunlop, who invented pneumatic tyres for bicycles, was from which nation of the UK?
Figure 4a shows the thermal and electrical conductivities of the pneumatic tyres. The electrical conductivity (386 k[OMEGA]) of the pneumatic tyre with the MWNT/Li-Soap was two orders of magnitude higher than those of the Control composites (55.5 M[OMEGA]) due to the good dispersion of the MWNT, as shown in Fig.
After getting feedback from them, the Finance Ministry together with the RMCD had also decided to reduce the SST rate from 10 per cent to 5.0 per cent for pneumatic tyres and electric motorcycles.
The recovery was underpinned by the growth in domestic sales of school shoes and solid rubber tyre exports, which has helped to offset the decline in rubber slipper sales and pneumatic tyres sold to original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
Which Scottish inventor developed the first commercially practical pneumatic tyres? What is the Sunday before Easter called?
By 1913, pneumatic tyres became available in smaller sizes and wood made way for metal-bodied vehicles.
In 1889, Willie Hume proved the superiority of a safety bicycle fitted with pneumatic tyres developed by John Boyd Dunlop.
It has pneumatic tyres to absorb shocks and cushion the load, and a tipping bar that makes it easier to control when emptying.
ATC CLASSIC ALL TERRAIN KART - PS149.99 FROM ALLTERRAINKART.CO.UK PART sit-on scooter, part mountain-board, and a little part sledge, this is all things to all 7-12 year olds; it has pneumatic tyres, adjustable seat back and easily fits in the boot of a car.