combustion engine

combustion engine

[kəm′bəs·chən ‚en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
An engine that operates by the energy of combustion of a fuel.
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This kind of scrappage scheme would not reward purchasing new internal combustion engine purchases, and only reward nil emission electric vehicles.
has announced the development of Split Power Engine, a new combustion engine platform that merges positive aspects of internal combustion engine designs, the company said.
An internal combustion engine uses an air-fuel mixture to produce power, but air is relatively difficult to consume as compared to fuel.
The hybrid vehicle uses the combustion engine for braking energy recovery system, which is then returned to the electric motor unit.
AFTER revelations of the past few weeks, nobody can tell me that the internal combustion engine is a dead duck.
VOLVO Cars have become the first major vehicle manufacturer to signal the end of their commitment to the internal combustion engine.
The internal combustion engine as power heart is widely used in ships, vehicles, and other means of transportation.
All vehicles ( cars, motorcycle, buses, trucks, boats) and any combustion engine (heavy machineries, generators, internal combustion engines) benefits from KM+ the moment it is added into the fuel tank.
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Internal Combustion Engine Handbook: Basics, Components, System, and Perspectives, 2nd Edition
Waters said that relatively recent advances in engineering and use of lithium-ion batteries are producing electric vehicles (EVs) capable of leaving traditional internal combustion engine race cars in the dust.