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cold start

[′kōld ′stärt]
(computer science)
To start running a computer program from the very beginning, without being able to continue the processing that was occurring previously when the system was interrupted.
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To deal with the cold-start problem [5], Schein et al.
Manfredi, "Low-temperature cold-start gaseous emissions of late technology passenger cars," Applied Energy, vol.
There are two types of cold-start problem; new-user cold-start problem and new-item cold- start problem [17-19].
Cold-start emissions are emitted by vehicles under cold engine and are estimated as an excess to the stabilised hot emission levels.
The central issue in restarting a furnace from a cold-start condition is the preservation of the existing refractory lining.
The cold-start system is designed to be used with diesel engines from 6.
The BorgWarner Engine Group supplies the turbocharger for the Ford S-MAX gas engine model and the EGR, auxiliary cabin heater and cold-start technology for the winning MPV's diesel model.
Topics include transient engine startup and shutdown, mixture formation, cold-start hydrocarbon emissions mechanisms, characterization of cold engine processes, spark retardation and secondary air injection for improving catalyst light-off performance, the effects of fuel properties and fuel reforming on cold-start hydrocarbon emissions and catalyst light-off, advanced catalyst design, the hydrocarbon trap, three-way catalytic converter system monitoring, evaporative emissions reduction, onboard diagnostics, emissions measurements and near-zero emission gasoline powered vehicle systems from BMW, Ford, Honda, Nissan, and Toyota.
We told them that, without a catalyst, the first 30 seconds of cold-start driving blew through the proposed hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide standards, even with the EMT," says Gelb.
Choke or cold-start device may be at fault, but you should have the car checked by a dealer.
Headquartered in Ludwigsburg, Germany, Beru AG is a global automotive supplier and manufacturer of diesel cold-start technology (glow plugs and instant starting systems); gasoline ignition technology (spark plugs and ignition coils); and electronic and sensor technology (tire pressure sensors, diesel cabin heaters and selected sensors).
AEG Electric Motors has developed a new single-phase motor for the drive of small, oil-lubricated slide vane rotary vacuum pumps that provides the manufacturer with a technically improved and cost-efficient solution to its cold-start condition requirements.