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air engine

[¦er ′en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
An engine in which compressed air is the actuating fluid.
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This new patent provides greater protection for our high-efficiency, clean air engine system, and added proof of the uniqueness of what we have built," stated Harry Schoell, Cyclone's CEO and inventor of the engine.
A mono-fuel compressed air engine has been developed for a wide range of urban vehicles, as well as trams, boats, industrial tractors and forklift trucks.
The contract includes two phases of activity, covering the technology transfer and proof of the technical concept in the first phase, and completing detailed development of the compressed air engine into specific vehicle and stationary applications in the second phase.
O2 Pursuit', which has been designed by RMIT industrial design student Dean Benstead, uses Australian-designed compressed air engine developed by EngineAir Australia instead of regular petrol powered engine.
Cyclone Clean Air Engine burns cleaner, more efficiently to power cars, ships, etc.
Fiat SpA (Fiat) (NYSE: FIA) (ISE: IT0001976403), an Italy-based automaker, is planning to equip its 500 with a new two-cylinder 900 Twin Air engine.
When natural energy is intermittent or during equipment maintenance, releasing the compressed air to drive a compressed air engine linked with a generator that outputs electric power, provides customers an advanced power generation and supply system.
W2 Energy built and delivered Generation 1 of its AiRocket compressed air engine to the Arizona Research Institute for Solar Energy (AzRISE) at the University of Arizona in Tucson, and is currently building Generation 2 of the AiRocket for AzRISE to replace Generation 1.
OTC: WTWO) is pleased to announce that it has made significant progress in its development of commercially viable compressed air engine.
This purchase will also play a significant role in protecting the environment by taking older buses off the road and using newer buses that employ the latest clean air engine technology," said NJ TRANSIT Executive Director Jeffrey A.
com), to provide a real-time on-line air engine featuring instant confirmation of specially negotiated event-specific meeting fares.
The standard engine rose to 350 horsepower from 335 horsepower; the no-cost economy two-barrel engine gained 10 horsepower for a 265-horsepower rating; the optional HO engine stayed at 360 horsepower; and the optional Ram Air engine also remained at 360 horsepower until March of '68 when the Ram Air II option was introduced with a 366-horsepower rating.