An instrument for measuring mechanical force, or an apparatus for measuring mechanical power (as of an engine).
Vehicle designed to operate on a combination of an alternative fuel and a conventional fuel. This includes (a) vehicles that use a mixture of gasoline or diesel and an alternative fuel in one fuel tank, commonly called flexible-fuel vehicles; and (b) vehicles capable of operating either on an alternative fuel, a conventional fuel, or both, simultaneously using two fuel systems. They are commonly called bi-fuel vehicles.
The percentages of gasoline that evaporate at various temperatures. The distillation curve is an important indicator for fuel standards such as volatility (vaporization).
A meter in the fuel stream of the metering system that is activated via a PLC – Programmable Logic Controller. Entries are made to the PLC and all operation of the system is electronic.
Additives used to inhibit deposit formation in the fuel and intake systems in automobiles.
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A vehicle that operates only on natural gas. Such a vehicle is incapable of running on any other fuel.