displacement engine

displacement engine

[dis′plās·mənt ‚en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
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is a premium small displacement engine manufacturer with a multi-tiered diversified business model.
We achieved this level of efficiency by optimizing many aspects of the vehicle design, including aerodynamics, light-weight construction, a small displacement engine (54 cc), and conservative driving habits," says team captain, Kevin Li.
5-liter displacement engine that pumps out 450 horses.
Other end user markets include hydraulic and pneumatic parts, fittings, valves, turbo charger components, and small displacement engine carburetors.
unveiled the so-called Daniel Displacement Engine or DDE, an electrically powered mechanical device that is capable of moving itself and a payload from one location to another, without the expulsion of reaction mass, or without outside assistance.
8 has many aspects in common with that of a higher displacement engine, the weight of the 2.
The new GTI's boosted high-tech engine is more fuel efficient than a large displacement engine, but with the turbocharger it is just as athletic.
43 times more power than the same displacement engine and is equivalent to a 2.
Tula's revolutionary control approach integrates advanced digital signal processing, culled from consumer electronics technology, with sophisticated powertrain controls, to create the ultimate variable displacement engine.
4-litre inline five-cylinder engine producing the same amount of torque as the lower displacement engine, but a higher 215 bhp at 4,000 rpm.
That is actually a higher torque-rating than the 2015 Chevy Camaro, which comes with a larger displacement engine.