List of First-person Shooter Engines

List of first-person shooter engines

List of First-person Shooter Engines 1

This is a sortable list of first-person shooter engines

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Auxiliary engines

In addition to the main engine for hauling the chain, most of the later chain boats had an auxiliary engine. This enabled boats to be driven without needing to use the chain, and was mainly used when travelling downstream. Downstream journey times were thus reduced because of the higher boat speeds that could be attained and because it was no longer necessary to follow the time-consuming and complicated passing procedure when boats travelling in opposite directions on the same chain encountered one another. In addition, it spared wear and tear on the chain. Water turbinesIn 1892 chain boats using Zeuner water turbines were introduced on the Elbe. They were a precursor of the present-day hydrojet propulsion systems. In addition to faster downstream travel times, the auxiliary engine also enabled steering corrections during chain operations and simplified turning manoeuvres. Water turbines were used on several chain boats on the Elbe and on the Bavarian chain boats on the Main. It then flowed through the turbine inside the hull. The turbine accelerated the water and forced it through the rear-facing outlets in the side of the hull. The outflowing jets of water propelled the boat forwards (upper diagram of the elevation view). To reverse the direction of travel, the reversing element was swung around so that water was forced in the opposite direction (lower diagram of the elevation view). The pump direction of the turbine was always the same, regardless. These second generation chain steamers were equipped with two of these water turbines, which were found on the port and starboard sides. During a turning manoeuvre the water flowed forwards on one side and backwards on the other in order to rotate the boat.

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Fire engines

In 1971 AMT issued models of at least three different pieces of American LaFrance fire-fighting apparatus, including a pumper, a rear-mount aerial ladder truck and a rear-mount articulating boom truck. The prototypes were selected allow part sharing among the kits to minimize tooling costs. All three kits have been reissued by AMT-Ertl in recent years. Surprisingly, given the company's penchant for licensing various television series, they did not offer models of any of the vehicles from the then-current Emergency TV series, such as the Crown Firecoach that was the first Engine 51, the Ward LaFrance P80 Ambassador that was the second Engine 51 or the Dodge rescue squad vehicle. Oddly, none of the decals supplied with the American LaFrance kits included markings for the Los Angeles County Fire Department that was also featured in the series. In addition, they also released a Chevrolet fire chief's car and a Chevrolet rescue van, the latter of which could be built in stock, custom, fire department or police department configurations.

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Eight petrol engines were offered during the 605's lifetime: 2.0 litre 8 valve carbureted inline four, 84 kW (114 PS; 113 bhp) 2.0 litre 8 valve fuel injected inline four, 79 kW (107 PS; 106 bhp) 2.0 litre 8 valve fuel injected inline four, 89 kW (121 PS; 119 bhp) - a non-catalyzed version available in many markets produces 94 kW (128 PS; 126 bhp) 2.0 litre 8 valve fuel injected turbocharged inline four, 108 kW (147 PS; 145 bhp) 2.0 litre 16 valve fuel injected inline four, 97 kW (132 PS; 130 bhp) 3.0 litre 12 valve fuel injected V6, 123 kW (167 PS; 165 bhp) 3.0 litre 24 valve fuel injected V6, 147 kW (200 PS; 197 bhp) 3.0 litre 24 valve fuel injected V6, 142 kW (193 PS; 190 bhp)As well as three diesel engines: 2.1 litre 12 valve normally aspirated inline four, indirect injection, 60 kW (82 PS; 80 bhp) 2.1 litre 12 valve turbocharged inline four, indirect injection, 80 kW (109 PS; 107 bhp) 2.5-litre 12 valve turbocharged inline four, indirect injection, 95 kW (129 PS; 127 bhp)The carbureted four cylinder petrol engine and the normally aspirated diesel (which arrived for the model year of 1991), though reliable, were generally considered to be simply over matched by the car's weight. Even the turbodiesel came in for such criticism, with its hard working engine requiring as much fuel as its bigger competitors. The fuel injected inline four was better received though it was criticised for lacking low and mid range punch, whereas the powerful 170 PS (125 kW) V6 suffered from criticisms over poor fuel economy when combined with an automatic gearbox. In the beginning of 1993, all PRV V6 engines lost 12 cc of engine displacement, in order to fit in a lower taxation class in Switzerland. The same issue affected the top of the range V6 24 version, in spite of its all new twenty four valve cylinder head, though a top speed of 235 km/h (146 mph) made poor fuel economy more acceptable to generally well heeled customers. The 2.1 turbo diesel was widely regarded[according to whom?] as a good powertrain, but was outclassed by the new direct injection engines introduced in 1988 by Audi. A 2.0 litre (8 valve) turbocharged four cylinder petrol engine (150 PS) was added in 1991, and provided good performance, but proved unreliable. Later, a 2.5 turbodiesel (130 bhp) completed the diesel lineup. In 1997, the antiquated 3.0 litre V6 engines were replaced at long last by a unified V6 option: an all new 3.0 litre, 24 valve, 194 PS (143 kW) V6.

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