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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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BorgWarner's coolant control valves help optimize engine temperature to improve efficiency and reduce emissions, compact plug top ignition coils provide durable and environmentally friendly ignition, and diesel cold-start technologies deliver quick, reliable engine starts with fewer emissions.
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.
For quicker, more reliable and environmentally friendly starting, the Ford S-MAX diesel model includes cold-start technology from BERU AG (a majority- owned subsidy of BorgWarner), the leading manufacturer of glow plugs in the world.
By rethinking the stack engineering, we were able to significantly reduce system humidity and pressure, which enables faster cold-start capabilities and lowers parasitic power demand, thus increasing reliability and overall system efficiency.
A spring provides preload against the manifold to eliminate the risk of cold-start leakage.
Anything [automakers] can do to cut cold-start emissions is going to be helpful," he notes.
Tom: Under those cold-start conditions, the booster should be getting maximum vacuum (which should be close to 20 inches of mercury).
35a cuts up to five seconds off the market cold-start performance of Taoglas' existing antenna the AP.
2 Cold-Start Capacity Without Utility Pwoer And Ac-Start Without Battery.
BorgWarner Expands Emissions Business with Larger Production Plant to Meet Increasing Demand for EGR and Diesel Cold-Start Technologies
It's a question of fuel use versus customer function," says Borgmann, who suggests that waste heat from the exhaust system will be "brought back" to warm heat storage canisters used in cold-start conditions, or as part of a "turbo steamer" drive-assist device that creates steam to help power the engine.