dual-fuel engine

dual-fuel engine

[¦dü·əl ¦fyül ′en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
Internal combustion engine that can operate on either of two fuels, such as natural gas or gasoline.
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The topics include the compression ignition engine, methane and natural gas as engine fuels, the diesel fuel pilot, dual-fuel engine performance, and dual-fuel engine operation on alternative fuels.
This engine was designed specifically to be a dual-fuel engine and we believe it gives us a unique capability.
The Iranian sedan is to be manufactured with 1600cc engine, Euro 4 environment standard and EF7 Dual-Fuel engine.
Volvo Trucks, a subsidiary of Volvo AB (NASDAQ: VOLV) (STO: VOLVA) (STO: VOLVB), has developed a natural gas diesel dual-fuel engine meeting Euro V exhaust emission standards.
In other words, shortfalls or fluctuations in the availability of natural boil-off gas (NBOG) from the LNG cargo of a carrier powered by the 1,000 kW per cylinder MAN Diesel 51/60DF dual-fuel engine can be compensated by increasing liquid fuel injection beyond the quantity used by the dedicated pilot fuel injection system.
The Peterbilt chassis with the Cat Dual-Fuel engine cuts emissions considerably, but it also provides an extended driving range with the same torque and horsepower as full diesel, which fits our needs perfectly.
5 million for the first dual-fuel engine based on its technology sharing agreement with MAN B&W Diesel Inc.
The engine is rated 46 hp with gasoline, 45 hp for LPG and 46 hp as a dual-fuel engine.
has announced two new diesels and one new dual-fuel engine for the North American markets with the introduction of the Z602, D902 and WG972 dual fuel.
Leading classification society ClassNK has granted approval to the design of the new 28AHX-DF dual-fuel engine developed by Niigata Power Systems Co Ltd last week.
BOG returned from the LNG-fuelled ship during bunkering can be burnt in the dual-fuel engine or collected inside the Type C cargo tank.