diesel cycle


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diesel cycle

[′dē·zəl′ ‚sī·kəl]
(thermodynamics)
An internal combustion engine cycle in which the heat of compression ignites the fuel.
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The service consists in the revision of Diesel cycle engines fueled by diesel Manning material rotabilein use by FNM Autoservizi SpA to be performed at the seat of the contractor.
Contract notice: Supply of five (5) air-transportable forklift trucks with a nominal capacity greater than or equal to 5 tons, equipped with a diesel cycle internal combustion engine and four-wheel drive system.
The diesel engine is basically unchanged, and retains its high performance and high efficiency 4-stroke diesel cycle.
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The cooling carts shall be driven by a diesel cycle combustion engine.
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Excluded from this rule are those motor vehicles: a) Powered by compression ignition or diesel cycle engines.