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BHP

 
blood hydrostatic pressure; the pressure exerted by the blood cells and plasma in the capillaries.

BHP

blood hydrostatic pressure; the pressure exerted by the blood cells and plasma in the capillaries.
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According to the newspaper, the team of mechanical engineers claims that the Fledge, which pairs an 18 brake horsepower, 346 cubic-centimeter gasoline engine with a 3.
2 grams per brake horsepower hour (g/bhp-hr) of nitrogen oxide (NOx) and non-methane hydrocarbons (nmHC) and 0.
A 16-inch supply and return header was installed with two 30-hp condenser pumps for a brake horsepower of 25.
System efficiency is calculated and expressed as standard cubic feet per brake horsepower (scf/bhp) for the existing system.
5 litre nitro-methane injected Top Fuel Supertwin bike, producing 550 brake horsepower.
4 grams per brake horsepower hour of oxides of nitrogen [(g/bhp-hr NOx)] plus non-methane hydrocarbon and 0.
Q: What will be the total brake horsepower on the Knockhill grid at the start of the GT race?
SAE horsepower: A Society of Automotive Engineers formula intended to determine the approximate brake horsepower of an engine.
Fairbanks Morse's Enviro-Design(R) technology reduces nitrous oxide emissions to as low as one gram per brake horsepower hour, the lowest level recorded throughout the world by a dual-fuel engine.
The power factor of a 3,600 rpm cage motor approximates 90 percent, and for 1,800 rpm, 92 percent, but less if the motor is only partially loaded; therefore a rating should be selected as close to the actual brake horsepower as possible.
Brake horsepower shows a considerable increase at all speeds and the torque characteristic is well maintained.
Among those tractors is a 300 brake horsepower (bhp) John Deere 8520T that has been in operation for over nine years, accumulating more than 10,000 hours of service.