two-stroke cycle

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two-stroke cycle

[′tü ¦strōk ′sī·kəl]
(mechanical engineering)
An internal combustion engine cycle completed in two strokes of the piston.
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8cc liquid-cooled, two-stroke engine that features a case reed-valve intake and a mechanical Yamaha Power Valve System.
It was inexpensive and powered by a 360cc, 16PS two cylinder, two-stroke engine with advanced features for the time like independent coil spring suspension and rack and pinion steering.
Within this paper, a series production small displacement two-stroke engine is experimentally investigated on the test bench and adapted with measuring equipment in order to analyze the working process with focus on the wall heat flux.
The first WArtsilA X62 two-stroke engine has successfully passed its design validation and type approval tests and has performed exceptionally well during the necessary sea trials.
The fuels used in two-stroke engines are fuel blends, mostly consisting of 98 % regular petrol and 2 % two-stroke engine oil.
It said two-stroke engine on rickshaws and motor cycles are major polluters of air on the five corridors.
Highlights were many but it was left to rollicking signature tune Poison Ivy - a monster hit back in 1980, to prompt a riotous singalong at the end of a gig which zipped along like a Lambretta SX250 straining at its two-stroke engine.
Originally an aircraft maker, Saab cars began production after World War II with the first two-stroke engine Saab 92.
Despite switching to CNG, two-stroke engine auto-rickshaws in Delhi still produce similar levels of particulate matter per kilogram of fuel to a diesel bus - and their climate impacts are worse than before," said lead author Conor Reynolds.
Yet by the late twentieth century, humans, irritated by fallen leaves, created a fossil fuel-driven industrial machine--the highly polluting, two-stroke engine leaf blower--to disrupt leaves' natural cycle.
Lai [11] et al have studied the two-stroke engine processes.