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A device for converting energy into mechanical motion.

dental engine

A machine that rotates dental instruments.

high-speed engine

A machine that rotates a dental instrument in excess of 12,000 rpm.

ultraspeed engine

A machine that rotates a dental instrument at speeds from 100,000 to 300,000 rpm.
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Translating a similar scenario to a “Hybrid” vehicle with 40 miles per gallon, as advertised on National TV, then modifying the Hybrid engine design to an AB Engine would yield 58 miles per gallon for the same vehicle.
The award suggests a bright future for small displacement, common rail diesel engine designs and we are honored by its presentation," Inoh concluded.
Rolls-Royce is continually innovating and, as part of that ongoing process, is looking to build on the success of the Trent family of engines with two new generation engine designs.
The air-hybrid engine design made its formal debut to the American and European auto markets last spring at the SAE World Congress and Engine Expo trade events, which helped introduce the engine to an industry looking to build more fuel efficient vehicles.
In addition, Ward says his engine design can tolerate higher exhaust gas recirculation levels, and is able to ignite less volatile fuel mixtures.
6 times greater than that of a traditional piston engine design.
The Hyperdrive's unique power application means simplicity is more important than complexity when it comes to things like accessories, accessory drives, and engine design.
We strongly believe that the Scuderi Air-Hybrid engine is the diesel engine design of the future.
This is actually great news, as we are starting to fully understand that the performance and torque curves that this engine design puts out, exceeds even our expectations.
The Scuderi Group has secured patent protection for its revolutionary engine design in key global markets including Japan, Taiwan, China and Russia, the company recently announced.
Our revolutionary new engine design can utilize any fuel (gasoline, diesel, propane, natural gas, hydrogen, methanol, or ethanol) or fuel mixture, yet needs no coolant, lube oil, filters, or pumps.
The new 30% HCNG 11-liter City Engine to be employed is based on a proven Doosan Infracore (Korea) short block engine design, with newly redesigned Collier/City Engines cylinder heads.