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engine Wiktionnaire.
light engine terme utilisé pour une locomotive en motion sans les voitures attachées. reciprocating engine, piston engine. rotary engine moteur à piston rotatif. fire engine camion de pompiers. search engine moteur de recherche. Vocabulaire apparenté par le sens modifier le wikicode.
Engine Definition of Engine by Merriam-Webster.
2020 Why can't' engine manufacturers come up with an engine similar to what is on the more fuel-efficient aircraft for example, producing a version of the engine that is on a 787 or a 777 to fit and safely propel the 747?
Engine Wikipedia.
Vehicle noise is predominantly from the engine at low vehicle speeds and from tires and the air flowing past the vehicle at higher speeds. 27 Electric motors are quieter than internal combustion engines. Thrust-producing engines, such as turbofans, turbojets and rockets emit the greatest amount of noise due to the way their thrust-producing, high-velocity exhaust streams interact with the surrounding stationary air. Noise reduction technology includes intake and exhaust system mufflers silencers on gasoline and diesel engines and noise attenuation liners in turbofan inlets. Engines by use edit. Particularly notable kinds of engines include.: Marine propulsion engines such as Outboard motor.
ENGINE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
The plane was forced to land because of engine problems. An engine also also locomotive is a separate part of a train that pulls the other parts of the train. Definition of engine from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary Cambridge University Press.

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