mixture control

mixture control

mixture control
Three levers in the cockpit for mixture control.
A control installed in a reciprocating engine—powered aircraft that allows variation of the fuel-air mixture ratio when the engine is running. It may be either manual control or automatic or a combination of both. When the combination is used, the pilot adjusts the mixture for a particular rating, and the automatic control maintains that ratio by compensating for temperature and pressure variations of the atmosphere.
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which was treated with a gasoline and diesel fuel mixture along with a non mixture control in five replications.
Hence, for all studied crops, seeds germinated best in the non mixture control.
A negative response of shoot and root length of safflower to gasoline and diesel fuel mixture application relative to the non mixture control treatment was observed in all levels (p<0.
I passed the weather report to the tower and then configured my Mustang for landing by running a routine cockpit check: fuel tanks, fuel mixture control full rich, propeller control forward, pilot tube heater switch on.
I closed the fuel mixture control to shut down the engine and started turning off switches.
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Therefore, seeds germinated best in the non mixture control.
1] mixture concentrations as compared to non mixture control (p<0.
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