high-speed engine


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high-speed engine

A machine that rotates a dental instrument in excess of 12,000 rpm.
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The manufacturing of special products would continue in Surgeres, while Wartsila France would continue as a service company for the customers of high-speed engines, the company added.
In introducing the new engines, Craig Kroeger, product manager for large high-speed engines said the launch of the C175 diesels would bring the economics and benefits of high-speed operation to the medium-speed markets.
Dropped from a B-52, the 12-foot-long wingless X-43A tested an ultra- high-speed engine called a scramjet in a hoped-for confirmation of work that hypersonic researchers have been doing on the ground.
MAN Diesel & Turbo used its presence at the Marintec 2015 marine exhibition in Shanghai to launch its 175D high-speed engine in China.
Powered by an experimental, extremely high-speed engine called a scramjet, the 12-foot-long X-43A will be attached to a Pegasus booster rocket and taken aloft by a modified B-52 bomber, then let go over the Pacific Ocean.
The 1551PDF has a high-speed engine capable of both linear and PDF scanning.
It is part of a $185 million project to flight-test an experimental, extremely high-speed engine called a scramjet.
Built at the Deutz operations in Mannheim, Germany, the addition of the four diesel and gas engine families expands what had heretofore been strictly a high-speed engine range for the U.
Performance and Scalability - the industry's only high-speed engine that supports a multi-threaded and multi-process environment, and a new integrated servlet engine, support for Java Servlet 2.
Through this partnership with Yuchai, China's leading high-speed engine manufacturer and market leader, we are convinced we can serve our customers in China in the best possible way and further reinforce our market leadership position for medium-speed engines.
Only 12 feet long, unmanned and powered by a high-speed engine called a scramjet, the X-43A is essentially a scaled-down version of the national aerospace plane, the X-30, a spacecraft intended to take off and land from conventional runways but canceled in the early 1990s before it was built.

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