Gasoline Engines

Gasoline engines

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An advantage of indirect injection gasoline engines versus direct injection gasoline engines is that deposits on intake valves from the crankcase ventilation system are washed by the fuel.

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Marine engines

One of the most important uses for the grasshopper engine was as a marine engine for paddle steamers. After Evans' unsuccessful experiments with the Oruktor Amphibolos, the first successful grasshopper engine was that of the first commercially successful steamboat, the PS Comet of 1812. In marine use, the grasshopper engine was termed the 'half-lever' engine[note and used a pair of low-set levers, one each side of the cylinder. This gave a low centre of gravity for stability and a high crankshaft, suitable for driving paddlewheels. Comet's engine's designer, Henry Bell, had established a pattern for an engine that would be widely used for paddle steamers over the next half-century.

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The Trax is offered in different markets with different choices of drivetrains. In Latin America the Trax is only available with the 1.8 liter gasoline engine. In Canada and the US, only the 1.4 liter turbocharged gasoline engine is offered. In Mexico and Australia (from 2015) it is available both in 1.8 liter and 1.4 liter turbocharged engines. European customers can choose between the 1.4 liter turbo gasoline engine, a 1.6 liter gasoline engine, and a 1.7 liter diesel engine

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Specifications (Addax-1, Spey engines)

Data from Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982-83General characteristics Crew: one Length: 46 ft 7 14 in (14.205 m) Wingspan: 44 ft 3 12 in (13.500 m) Height: 12 ft 3.3 in (3.741 m) Wing area: 243 sq ft (22.6 m2) (excluding fuselage lifting body) Empty weight: 14,200 lb (6,441 kg) Gross weight: 46,200 lb (20,956 kg) Powerplant: 2 Rolls-Royce Spey 807 turbofans, 11,100 lbf (49 kN) thrust eachPerformance Maximum speed: 740 mph (1,190 km/h, 640 kn) at sea level, Mach 0.9 at 35,000 ft (11,000 m) Range: 480 mi (770 km, 420 nmi) Combat range: 480 mi (770 km, 420 nmi) (lo-lo-lo tactical radius with a maximum bombload) Ferry range: 3,800 mi (6,100 km, 3,300 nmi) Rate of climb: 11,200 ft/min (57 m/s)Armament Guns: 4 Oerlikon KCA 30mm cannons or 2 M61A1 Vulcan 20mm rotary cannons. Bombs: 10,000 lb (4,500 kg) in internal weapons bay and 13,000 lb (5,900 kg) externally

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ECA rule engines

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need help right now!!!!! 89 musang 2.3?

These engines are tough. If you let it cool down by itself, most likely there will be no damage done that was not already there. But being an 89, I would guess the engine has a few miles on it and may of been in need of work anyway. Roll the dice, make sure the thermostat is good (and not in backwards, do not laugh it can be done). Filler it up with fluid and start it up. It should run. Do not wander away and wait for the engine to warm up. When it is warm look for white smoke (steam) in the engine compartment and exhaust pipe. If it comes out the tail pipe, you need to do some engine work. If in the engine compartment there is a leak. Also see if the fans come on that cool the radiator. At least these engines are a dime a dozen, so a replacement engine should be easy to find (maybe even a turbo version out of a Mustang, T-Bird or Merkur).

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Military multifuel engines

One common use of this technology is in military vehicles, so that they may run a wide range of alternative fuels such as gasoline or jet fuel. This is seen as desirable in a military setting as enemy action or unit isolation may limit the available fuel supply, and conversely enemy fuel sources, or civilian sources, may become available for usage. One large use of a military multi-fuel engine was the LD series used in the US M35 ​2 1⁄2-ton and M54 5-ton trucks built between 1963 and 1970. A military standard design using M.A.N. technology, it was able to use different fuels without preparation. Its primary fuel was Diesel #1, #2, or AP, but 70% to 90% of other fuels could be mixed with diesel, depending on how smooth the engine would run. Low octane commercial and aviation gasoline could be used if motor oil was added, jet fuel Jet A, B, JP-4, 5, 7, and 8 could be used, in an emergency fuel oil #1 and #2 could be used. In practice, they only used diesel fuel, their tactical advantage was never needed, and in time they were replaced with commercial diesel engines. Another use of multifuel engines is the American M1 Abrams Main battle tank, which uses a multifuel gas turbine engine. Currently, a wide range of Russian military vehicles employ multifuel engines, such as the T-72 tank (multifuel diesel) and the T-80 (multifuel gas turbine).

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