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  • fuel-air mixture — The fuel air mixture denotes a combination of fuel and air within a certain range of proportion. It is chemically correct when there is enough air in the mixture to burn up the present fuel completely. Normally, it is 1:15 by weight. There are… …   Aviation dictionary

  • fuel-air mixture — degusis mišinys statusas T sritis Energetika apibrėžtis Degiųjų dujų arba kuro garų ir oro mišinys, užtikrinantis visišką jo sudegimą vidaus degimo variklio darbo cilindre. atitikmenys: angl. combustible composition; fuel air mixture; inflammable …   Aiškinamasis šiluminės ir branduolinės technikos terminų žodynas

  • fuel air mixture — See fuel air mixture …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • fuel-air mixture — A combination of vaporized fuel and air which is brought into the cylinder through the carburetor or fuel injectors. When it is compressed and ignited, it produces the power needed to drive the engine …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Air-fuel ratio — (AFR) is the mass ratio of air to fuel present during combustion. When all the fuel is combined with all the free oxygen, typically within a vehicle s combustion chamber,the mixture is chemically balanced and this AFR is called the stoichiometric …   Wikipedia

  • mixture — [1] A substance made up of two or more chemicals in some proportion. [2] A fuel air mixture in an internal combustion engine. [3] The combination of oil and gasoline in the fuel tank of a two stroke engine, e.g., 1:50, i.e., one part of oil is… …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • air — [1] Abbreviation for air conditioner. [2] A bicycling or motorcycling term describing the space or gap between the tires and the ground when the bike takes a jump. Both tires must be off the ground before it can be called air as in the expression …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Air preheater — An air preheater or air heater is a general term to describe any device designed to heat air before another process (for example, combustion in a boiler) with the primary objective of increasing the thermal efficiency of the process. They may be… …   Wikipedia

  • mixture control — A control installed in a reciprocating engine–powered aircraft that allows variation of the fuel air mixture ratio when the engine is running. It may be either manual control or automatic or a combination of both. When the combination is used,… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Air Florida Flight 90 — Salvage operations on January 19, 1982 Accident summary Date January 13, 1982 Type …   Wikipedia

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