coupled engine

coupled engine

[′kəp·əld ′en·jən]
(mechanical engineering)
A locomotive engine having the driving wheels connected by a rod.
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The use of the steam expander used in this study is mainly aimed as a directly coupled engine that can operate in sync with an internal combustion engine.
Engine dyno performs engine testing service of measuring power and torque directly from its coupled engine. Chassis dyno measures drivetrain output such as torque and power at the drive wheels.

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