engine fuel

engine fuel

[′en·jən ‚fyül]
(materials)
Any of various substances, usually fluid, which provide heat, chemical, or pressure energy for engine operation.
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Electronic auction: provision of financial lease (leasing) services for buses operating on gas engine fuel, in the amount of 13 units in 2018-2020.
The automaker is recalling the vehicles due to an issue with the engine fuel line assembly that increases the risk of a fire.
PFS Fueltec says 85% of on-site breakdowns on diesel driven equipment are fuel related, caused by condensation, dirty fuel and contaminated filling vessels, but says there is a solution with the FuelActive vertical floating suction system for use in diesel engine fuel tanks, fitted from new or retrofitted in the field.
Implementation of the project will enable the improvement of quality of engine fuel produced at the plant to the level of conformance to the requirements of K4 and K5 emission classes (conforms to Euro-4 and Euro-5 standards), as well as to expand refining capacity of enterprise.
By enabling LNG to be used as the engine fuel, both exhaust emissions and fuel costs are notably reduced.
Inspection revealed the left engine fuel pump (p/n 02532330003) drive shaft had failed.
According to a Livemint report, the faults ranged from faulty lighting, leaky engine fuel lines and possible malfunction when synthetic oil is used in gearboxes.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 14, 2012--Parker Aerospace, GE Aviation launch JV for engine fuel nozzle development(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
The PVC was the national organization representing the propane industry's engine fuel interests.
The AAIB report said: "Certification requirements, with which the aircraft and engine fuel system had to comply, did not take account of this phenomenon as the risk was unrecognised at that time.
Brigadier Hagag el-Husseini said the tanker's 60 tons of engine fuel was leaking but port workers had contained the spill.

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