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carburetion

[‚kär·bə′rā·shən]
(chemical engineering)
The process of enriching a gas by adding volatile carbon compounds, such as hydrocarbons, to it, as in the manufacture of carbureted water gas.
(mechanical engineering)
The process of mixing fuel with air in a carburetor.

carburetion

The process by which air and fuel vapors are mixed in suitable proportions and the supply of the mixture is then regulated.
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Most carburetion problems can be fixed by fiddling with the idle and hi-speed mixture screws on the carburetor.
An aluminum tank is added to hold the gas, and modifications are made to the fuel delivery and carburetion systems.
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Contract notice: Market for the benefit of oil analysis, diagnostic support and compatibility tests for fluid regulation, for lubrication, cooling and to carburetion.
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Most pilots think of airplane fuel systems as consisting of the fuel tanks, usually in the wings, and the carburetion or fuel injection system, safely forward of the cockpit firewall.
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Gehrke, the inventor of the Reformer, uses ethanol's flame speed to match the engine's work load in a different and more efficient process than car makers have achieved using fuel injection and carburetion alone.
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