diesel

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الإنجليزية - التركية
dizel yakıtlı
motorin
diesel fuel
motorin
diesel fuel
mazot
diesel cycle
dizel devresi
diesel electric
dizel elektrik
diesel engine
dizel motoru
diesel engine
patlamasız motor
diesel engine oil
dizel motoru yağı
diesel engined tractor
dizel motorlu traktör
diesel fuel
dizel yakıtı
diesel locomotive
dizel lokomotifi
diesel motor
dizel motoru
diesel oil
mazot
diesel oil
dizel yağı
diesel truck
dizel kamyon
diesel locomotive
dizel lokomotif
diesel cycle
dizel çevrimi
diesel cycle
(Otomotiv) dizel zamanı
diesel efficiency
dizel verimi
diesel electric locomotive
dizel elektrikli lokomotif
diesel engine
dizel motor,dizel motoru
diesel fuel filter
(Otomotiv) dizel yakıt filtresi
diesel heater kit
dizel ısıtıcı kiti
diesel index
dizel indeksi
diesel injection pump
(Otomotiv) dizel enjeksiyon pompası
diesel injection system
(Otomotiv) dizel enjeksiyon sistemi
diesel injector tester
(Otomotiv) dizel enjektör test aleti
diesel particulate filter
dizel partikül filtresi
diesel principle
dizel ilkesi
diesel propulsion
dizelli tahrik
diesel pump unit
(Otomotiv) dizel yakıt pompası
diesel ship
dizel motorlu gemi
diesel smart module
(Otomotiv) dizel akıllı modülü
diesel fuel
dizel yakıt
diesel oil
motorin
diesel oil
dizel

Trenler dizel yakıtla çalışır mı? - Do the trains run on diesel oil?

double piston diesel engine
çift pistonlu dizel motoru
emergency diesel
(Askeri) acil durum motoru
geared diesel
dişli donanımlı dizel motor
i need diesel
dizel kullanıyorum
i usually use diesel fuel
genelde dizel kullanırım
loud diesel knocking
(Otomotiv) gürültülü dizel vuruntusu
run on diesel
mazotla çalışmak
truck diesel
kamyon motoru
true diesel cycle
gerçek dizel çevrimi
التركية - التركية
italyan tasarımcı giyim firması
bakınız dizel
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
For a spark-ignition internal combustion engine to continue running after the electrical current to the spark plugs has been turned off. This occurs when there's enough heat in the combustion chamber to ignite the air/fuel without a spark, the same way heat and pressure cause ignition in a diesel engine

The only reason the VW bug has a solenoid is to prevent it from dieseling.

To ignite a substance by using the heat generated by compression
A vehicle powered by a diesel engine
A fuel derived from petroleum (or other oils) but heavier than gasoline/petrol. Used to power diesel engines which burn this fuel using the heat produced when air is compressed
- a light oil fuel used in diesel engines
an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil German engineer (born in France) who invented the diesel engine (1858-1913)
German engineer (born in France) who invented the diesel engine (1858-1913)
Heavier, less-refined fuel used primarily for large trucks and other heavy equipment Diesel burns more slowly than gasoline, providing a more prolonged explosion in an engine's combustion chambers
Diesel or diesel oil is the heavy oil used in a diesel engine
A fuel derived from petroleum but heavier than gasoline/petrol. Used to power diesel engines which burn this fuel using the heat produced when air is compressed
A type of fuel oil used to power diesel engines
an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil
To continue running after the ignition has been turned off
A diesel is a vehicle which has a diesel engine
is available at all boat hire companies and some other places IWAI members get 10% discount at most hire companies You can use "green" diesel for the boat, it is about 65 cent per litre Never put Diesel into the watertank or water into the dieseltank
a petroleum-based fuel which is burned in engines ignited by compression rather than spark; commonly used for heavy duty engines including buses and trucks
A class of internal combustion engine in which combustion is initiated by the high temperature of the compressed air in the cylinder rather than an electrical spark
In this type of engine, air is first compressed in the cylinders This heats the air to a very high temperature A mist of diesel fuel is then injected into the cylinders The fuel ignites and a controlled explosion occurs
{i} compression-ignition engine which runs on diesel fuel; vehicle which has a diesel engine
diesel engine
an internal combustion engine which operates using diesel fuel
diesel engines
plural form of diesel engine
diesel generator
Any electricity generator powered by a diesel engine
diesel knock
In diesel engines, a repetitive sound when delayed ignition causes sudden high pressures
diesel laundering
The process of removing the dyes added to untaxed diesel fuel, to enable it to be sold illegally as regular fuel at a substantial markup
diesel-electric
Describing a power system in which a diesel engine powers an electrical generator
diesel engine
internal combustion engine that burns oil ignited by the heat from air compression
diesel engine
A type of internal- combustion engine in which the air drawn in by the suction stroke is so highly compressed that the heat generated ignites the fuel (usually crude oil), the fuel being automatically sprayed into the cylinder under pressure
diesel engine
The Diesel engine has a very high thermal efficiency
diesel engine
A diesel engine is an internal combustion engine in which oil is burnt by very hot air. Diesel engines are used in buses and trucks, and in some trains and cars. n. An internal-combustion engine that uses the heat of highly compressed air to ignite a spray of fuel introduced after the start of the compression stroke. Internal-combustion engine in which air is compressed to a temperature sufficiently high to ignite fuel injected into the cylinder, where combustion and expansion activate a piston (see piston and cylinder). It converts the chemical energy stored in the fuel into mechanical energy, which can be used to power large trucks, locomotives, ships, small electric-power generators, and some automobiles. The diesel engine differs from other internal-combustion engines (such as gasoline engines) in that it has no ignition system and so is often called a compression-ignition engine. Diesel fuel is low-grade and comparatively unrefined. Compared to other internal-combustion engines, diesel engines are more reliable, last longer, and cost less to operate, but they also produce more air pollution, noise, and vibration
diesel engine
(Otomotiv) An engine that burns diesel fuel instead of gasoline. The diesel oil is injected directly into the combustion chamber, where it's ignited by the heat caused by intense compression, rather than by a spark from a spark plug
diesel fuel
Distillate fuel oil used in compression-ignition engines It is similar to home heating oil, but must meet a cetane number specification of 40 or more
diesel fuel
(Otomotiv) Fuel for cars with diesel engines. It is heavier than gasoline and uses the heat of extremely highly compressed air to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber
diesel fuel
{i} thick oily combustible petroleum used as fuel for diesel engines
diesel fuel
Any fuel sold in any state and suitable for use in diesel motor vehicles and diesel motor vehicle engines that is commonly or commercially known or sold as diesel fuel (40 CFR 80 2) Back to Top
diesel fuel
The internal combustion engine almost started out green Back in 1900, when Rudolph Diesel unveiled his invention at the World Exhibition in Paris, his fuel of choice was peanut oil ALTERNATIVE Biodiesel expert von Wedel drives a purely biofueled vehicle PHOTO BY ELIZABETH WILSON The diesel engine, as it soon became known, is now the ubiquitous workhorse for heavy-duty tasks such as running farm equipment, trucks, or barges But although Diesel originally designed the engine to run on vegetable oil, problems with the liquid's high viscosity quickly became apparent as the engines gummed up, sputtered, and died A cheap and plentiful mixture of thousands of hydrocarbons obtained during crude oil refining worked much better, and with help from the budding petroleum industry, "diesel fuel" soon supplanted vegetable oil
diesel fuel
A petroleum product produced by refining crude oil, that fuels diesel engines
diesel fuel
Used as an insecticide on small ponds Sprayed on to surface to prevent oxygen transfer across the water / air interface Also inhibits animals from penetrating water surface to breath Used for the control of mosquito larvae in some areas
diesel fuel
A fuel composed of distillates obtained in petroleum refining operation or blends of such distillates with residual oil used in motor vehicles The boiling point and specific gravity are higher for diesel fuels than for gasoline
diesel fuel
diesel
diesel fuel
Fuel for cars with diesel engines It is heavier than gasoline and uses the heat of extrememly highly compressed air to ignite the fuel in the combustion chamber
diesel fuel
Any liquid other than gasoline that is capable of use as a fuel or a component of a fuel in a motor vehicle that is propelled by a diesel-powered engine or in a diesel-powered train Diesel fuel includes number 1 and number 2 fuel oils, kerosene, dyed diesel fuel, and mineral spirits Diesel fuel also includes any blendstock or additive that is sold for blending with diesel fuel, any liquid prepared, advertised, offered for sale, sold for use as, or used in the generation of power for the propulsion of a diesel-powered engine, airplane, or marine vessel An additive or blendstock is presumed to be sold for blending unless a certification is obtained for federal purposes that the substance is for a use other than blending for diesel fuel
diesel fuel
Diesel fuel for onshore facility
diesel fuel
Any liquid, including kerosene, suitable for the propulsion of diesel-powered motor vehicles, but does not include gasoline or liquefied gas
diesel fuel
that portion of crude oil that distills out within the temperature range of approximately 200°C (392°F) to 370°C (698°F), which is higher than the boiling range of gasoline See distillation Diesel fuel is ignited in an internal combustion engine cylinder by the heat of air under high compression--in contrast to motor gasoline, which is ignited by electrical spark Because of the mode of ignition, a high cetane number is required in a good diesel fuel Diesel fuel is close in boiling range and composition to the lighter heating oils There are two grades of diesel fuel, established by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM): Diesel 1 and Diesel 2 Diesel 1 is a kerosene-type fuel, lighter, more volatile, and cleaner than Diesel 2, and is used in engine applications where there are more frequent changes in speed and load Diesel 2 is used in industrial and heavy mobile service
diesel fuel
The light oil fuel used in diesel and other compression-ignition engines
diesel fuel
a heavy mineral oil used as fuel in diesel engines
diesel locomotive
a locomotive driven by a diesel engine
diesel motor
{i} internal combustion engine that burns oil ignited by the heat from air compression
diesel oil
a heavy mineral oil used as fuel in diesel engines
diesel oil
fuel oil used in diesel engines
diesel-electric locomotive
a locomotive driven by the electric current generated by a diesel engine
diesel-hydraulic locomotive
a locomotive driven by a hydraulic transmission system powered by a diesel engine
dieseled
ignited using the heat generated by compression
dieseling
: continuing to run (as a motor, gas or diesel) after the ignition is turned off

The only reason your VW bug has a solenoid is to prevent it from dieseling.

green diesel
diesel fuel that has been dyed green to indicate that it is only permitted to be used off-road due to lower road taxes
green diesel
environmentally friendly diesel fuel
green-diesel
Attributive form of green diesel

green-diesel supplier.

red diesel
untaxed diesel fuel intended to be used on private property
Rudolf Christian Karl Diesel
born March 18, 1858, Paris, France died Sept. 29, 1913, at sea in the English Channel German thermal engineer. In the 1890s he invented the internal-combustion engine that bears his name, producing a series of increasingly successful models of the diesel engine that culminated in his demonstration in 1897 of a 25-horsepower, four-stroke, single vertical cylinder compression engine
dieseling
continuing to run (as a motor, gas or diesel) after the ignition is turned off
dieseling
(Otomotiv) This is the term used to describe an engine that continues to run after the ignition key has been switched off. This condition is often due to using fuel with too high an octane rating
diesels
plural of diesel
diesel

    الواصلة

    die·sel

    التركية النطق

    disıl

    النطق

    /ˈdēsəl/ /ˈdiːsəl/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    [ 'dE-z&l, -s&l ] (noun.) 1894. From the inventor, Dr. Rudolph Diesel, who developed a heavy duty engine in Germany (1892–1897) and perfected it throughout his life.

    رصف المشتركة

    diesel oil, diesel fuel

    كلمة اليوم

    jaywalk
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