Fuel

Frases y oraciones de ejemplo

fuel tank   (depósito de combustible)

The fuel tank has a capacity of 64 liters (17 US gal).

A fuel tank was located under the right seat.

The fuel tank and cockpit protection armour were removed.

fuel consumption   (el consumo de combustible)

Average fuel consumption was 7,200 kg per 24 hours.

Maximum torque was and fuel consumption was .

fuel tanks   (tanques de combustible)

The two fuel tanks are independent of each other.

There are five fuel tanks with a total capacity of .

IAI plans to produce conformal fuel tanks.

fuel economy   (economía de combustible)

EPA fuel economy is rated at 18 city / 23 highway.

However, 22.1% disliked the fuel economy.

Its fuel economy has improved 11%.

fuel oil   (gasolina)

They are fueled by either natural gas or fuel oil.

of fuel oil was carried, giving a range of at .

It is also possible to operate the station using fuel oil.

fuel injection   (inyección de combustible)

This is used to make a sharp, abrupt start to fuel injection.

It uses SEFI fuel injection, has 4 valves per cylinder with VVT-i.

It uses Multi-point fuel injection, VVT-i and light weight, cast rods.

fossil fuel   (combustible fósil)

Driving vehicles that use fossil fuel becomes outlawed.

It operates separately from the fossil fuel power station.

The vast majority of this energy input comes from fossil fuel sources.

fuel cell

William Grove produced the first fuel cell in 1839.

This was the first commercial use of a fuel cell.

This became known as the "Grubb-Niedrach fuel cell".

nuclear fuel

In 2004–2005 the cruiser's nuclear fuel was unloaded.

Furthermore, it occurs in spent nuclear fuel.

The main goods transported were nuclear fuel rods carried in nuclear flasks.

diesel fuel   (combustible diesel)

They then spread diesel fuel in the room and set fires.

The engine can run on diesel fuel or Jet A-1.

(Unlike gasoline, diesel fuel is not highly flammable.)

fuel efficiency   (eficiencia de combustible)

thrust and better fuel efficiency.

This is done to increase fuel efficiency while under varying loads.

The requisite decrease in rotor size would also decrease fuel efficiency.

fuel cells

This is the basis of all batteries and fuel cells.

These fuel cells are at an early stage of development.

The first fuel cells were invented in 1838.

fuel capacity   (capacidad de combustible)

The fuel capacity was estimated at 700,000 imperial gallons.

The ship has a fuel capacity of giving the ship a range of at 12 knots and an endurance of 20 days.

In addition to more power and a higher top speed, they also had more fuel capacity than the E4 class.

jet fuel   (combustible para aviones)

It expanded into jet fuel supply at two airports.

The power plant operates on either natural gas or jet fuel.

to convert 1.3 million tons of provincial forests into jet fuel and naphtha.

more fuel

When Tu Tu gets no fuel, he stays in the sun to get more fuel.

There were fuel tanks in the thin wings, with more fuel in wing tip tanks.

This allows the destroyer to be more fuel efficient than previous warships.

spent fuel

Two above-ground storage units house 3,500 containers of radioactive sludge and thousands of tonnes of spent fuel rods.

Other sources of materials used for recycling include slag, spent fuel cells, automotive and industrial catalysts and scrap electronic equipment.

Also worrying is expansion of oil ports in the gulf and the construction of a treatment center for spent fuel from the Leningrad Nuclear Power Plant.

aviation fuel

The aviation fuel density used is 6.7 lb/USgal or 0.8 kg/l.

They form instead the major part of diesel and aviation fuel.

It is also one of the few places to get aviation fuel in the Baja area.

hydrogen fuel

The first references to hydrogen fuel cells appeared in 1838.

The Hyfish hydrogen fuel cell system had some unique attributes.

In 1991, the first hydrogen fuel cell automobile was developed by Roger Billings.

fuel prices

Demand is supported by the fixing of fuel prices well below market levels.

The government's increase of fuel prices by 70% in May triggered rioting in Medan.

However, with the current high fuel prices it has become the largest cost to an airline.

fuel system

An auxiliary fuel system can be installed.

Bendix made the fuel system for the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird.

The team later discovered that dirt had got into the fuel system.

enough fuel

The ships carried enough fuel oil to give them a range of at .

The motorcycle holds enough fuel to run for four hours, and to travel in an urban area, at a top speed of .

fuel pump   (bomba de combustible)

Initially, the fuel pump was controlled mechanically.

One fuel pump was set up for the trial.

Three ED95 buses and one fuel pump was installed in La Spezia.

fuel costs

Labor and fuel costs are a significant part of the overhead.

It is used for only small boilers where capital cost outweighs fuel costs.

Many other airlines are replicating Southwest's hedging policy to control their fuel costs.

fuel supply   (suministro de combustible)

It expanded into jet fuel supply at two airports.

An initial first flight was abandoned due to a fuel supply problem.

The fuel supply for the fuel injectors stopped, which led to the ignition of fuel in the No.

fuel efficient

This allows the destroyer to be more fuel efficient than previous warships.

Diesel engines are also 40% more fuel efficient than comparable gasoline engines.

Modern diesel engines for lorries have to be both extremely reliable and very fuel efficient.

solid fuel

It is propelled by solid fuel.

There is no water jacket and the solid fuel is heated directly by the exhaust gas.

Coal burnt as a solid fuel in coal power stations to generate electricity is called thermal coal.

fuel storage

The fuel storage areas are double-hulled.

There was also a mess hall, several wells, and fuel storage tanks.

Spent fuel storage sites include Murmansk, Gremikha, Severodvinsk and Andreyeva Bay.

fuel injected   (combustible inyectado)

The fuel injected 2.8 used in the GS/E has .

It is available in carburetor and fuel injected versions.

The first fuel injected 22R-E engines appeared in August 1982.

fuel cycle   (ciclo de combustible)

The nuclear fuel cycle involves the whole process of developing and preparing nuclear energy.

Energy also includes a nuclear account, which provides coverage across the nuclear fuel cycle.

Synatom is the Electrabel subsidiary that manages the fuel cycle for the commercial reactors in Belgium.

amount of fuel

Fuel Quantity Indication System (FQIS) monitors the amount of fuel aboard.

Fuel economy measures how far a vehicle will go per amount of fuel (units of MPGe).

Arado then improved the design so that a third crew member and a larger amount of fuel could be included.

liquid fuel

Coal liquefaction emits more carbon dioxide than liquid fuel production from crude oil.

Combustion of a liquid fuel in an oxidizing atmosphere actually happens in the gas phase.

By this act, Paulet should be considered the pioneer of the liquid fuel propulsion motor."

fuel rods   (barras de combustible)

The main goods transported were nuclear fuel rods carried in nuclear flasks.

Two above-ground storage units house 3,500 containers of radioactive sludge and thousands of tonnes of spent fuel rods.

Hydrogen may be generated in a nuclear accident if the reactor fuel overheats and zirconium cladding of the fuel rods reacts chemically with steam.

spent nuclear fuel

Furthermore, it occurs in spent nuclear fuel.

Curium isotopes are inevitably present in spent nuclear fuel with a concentration of about 20 g/tonne.

A tonne of spent nuclear fuel contains about 100 grams of various americium isotopes, mostly Am and Am.

alternative fuel

Ethanol is also used as an alternative fuel source.

In 2005 the city's vehicle fleet had 6,000 alternative fuel and 70 electric vehicles.

In Germany, wind turbine blades are commercially recycled as part of an alternative fuel mix for a cement factory.

better fuel

thrust and better fuel efficiency.

It was as fast as the Citation II, but had 60% better fuel economy."

Research has shown advanced drivers to be safer and have better fuel efficiency too.

full fuel

With full fuel of the payload for the pilot and baggage is .

Allen took off with a full fuel tank, crashed, and was killed.

With full fuel of the payload is .

fuel source

Maize cobs are also used as a biomass fuel source.

Ethanol is also used as an alternative fuel source.

In India, this kind of fuel source is known as "dung cakes".

high fuel

However, with the current high fuel prices it has become the largest cost to an airline.

The gas turbine was dropped from development, due to excessive noise and the high fuel costs of the late 1970s.

Unit fuel injection is employed, one injector per cylinder, with no high fuel pressure outside of the injector body.

less fuel   (menos combustible)

18 had a lower gear ratio setup meaning the car used less fuel but was slower.

Therefore, making them larger usually results in less fuel consumption per ton of cargo at a given speed.

Her argument for the propeller was that it allowed ships to move faster and smoother, while using less fuel.

fuel load

A single design emerged that differed mainly in fuel load.

Two more SPS burns followed, lightening the SM's fuel load.

It also forms a heavy fuel load, increasing the likelihood of fire.

electronic fuel

From November 1991 a Ford 1597 cc CVH engine with electronic fuel injection was used.

It has electronic fuel injection (EFI), 2 or 4 valves per cylinder and features forged steel connecting rods.

The carburettors were ditched in favour of a Bosch D-Jetronic, Bosch's first commercially produced electronic fuel injection system.

additional fuel

For long-haul flights, the airplane needs to carry additional fuel, leading to higher fuel consumption.

Its standard 2,200 km (1,200 nmi) range could be increased to 3,000 km (1,900 nmi) with additional fuel tanks.

If the flight plan calls for hold planning, the additional fuel and hold time should appear on the flight plan.

low on fuel

With his remaining vehicle low on fuel, Carnegie returns to town.

Running low on fuel, Rommel assumed a defensive posture, forming "the Cauldron".

The DAPs spotted several Iraqi units and engaged them until they were dangerously low on fuel.

fuel injection system

It also developed the first automobile fuel injection system in the US.

The 500 cc UCE features fuel injection system, and has greater power than any Royal Enfield 500 cc motor.

Chevrolet's Ramjet fuel injection system, introduced in 1957 in the U.S., was a Parisienne option as well.

heavy fuel

It also forms a heavy fuel load, increasing the likelihood of fire.

Underway, the ship burned heavy fuel oil at a rate of 128 tons per day.

Internally, the engines were replaced with heavy fuel oil-fired steam turbine engines.

used as fuel

Between 2012 and 2014, 1.1 million tons of gob were used as fuel.

Wood, coal and oil are used as fuel for production of energy and heating.

The benefits of using dry animal dung include: Also, camel dung is used as fuel in Egypt.

electronic fuel injection

From November 1991 a Ford 1597 cc CVH engine with electronic fuel injection was used.

It has electronic fuel injection (EFI), 2 or 4 valves per cylinder and features forged steel connecting rods.

The carburettors were ditched in favour of a Bosch D-Jetronic, Bosch's first commercially produced electronic fuel injection system.

lack of fuel   (falta de combustible)

Regardless, a critical lack of fuel kept naval activities to a minimum.

An additional advantage of the diesel engine is the lack of fuel during the compression stroke.

Allied counter-attacks soon forced back the Germans, who abandoned much equipment for lack of fuel.

rocket fuel

Worked on solid-state rocket fuel.

Thus, they monitor both her blood sugar level and her rocket fuel level.

This substance was once investigated as a possible solid rocket fuel in 1966.

ethanol fuel   (combustible de etanol)

E85 (disambiguation) E85 is an ethanol fuel blend.

In the United States, the ethanol fuel industry is based largely on corn.

Maize is increasingly used as a feedstock for the production of ethanol fuel.

increased fuel

This resulted in increased fuel consumption as well as adding to the economic plight of its owners.

This type of combat resulted in increased fuel consumption which if left unchecked could lead to fuel starvation.

The increased fuel usage at low speeds caused the firebox to run hotter, which sometimes caused stay bolts to break.

extra fuel

An afterburner may be used to inject extra fuel into the hot exhaust, especially on military "fast jets".

The extra fuel gave a calculated range of though, as the record was soon broken by others, yet more fuel was required.

Cotton and Longbottom proposed the use of Spitfires with their armament and radios removed and replaced with extra fuel and cameras.

fuel used

On 10 August 1893, the first ignition took place, the fuel used was petrol.

They increase a building's autonomy by decreasing the heat or fuel used to heat water.

The fuel used was invariably charcoal, and the products were the bloom (a solid mass of iron) and slag (a liquid waste product).