lean mixture[′lēn ¦miks·chər]
A fuel-air mixture containing a low percentage of fuel and a high percentage of air, as compared with a normal or rich mixture. Also known as lean fuel mixture.
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lean mix, lean mixture
1. A concrete or mortar mixture with relatively low cement content.
2. A plaster which is not workable.
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A fuel-air mixture where the fuel-air ratio is less than 1:15. See air-fuel mixture ratio.
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