PRINT/ONLINE PRICING OPTIONS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST AT firstname.lastname@example.orgThis section will present information on the use of internal combustion engines. The most common internal combustion engines are diesel and natural gas with propane and gasoline used less frequently. ... Disadvantages of internal combustion engines are high repair and maintenance costs, susceptibility of units to cooling and lubrication failure, and the need for right-angle ... Thermal efficiency is the rate at which an engine can convert energy in the fuel into mechanical power.
|Title||:||Encyclopedia of Water Science (Print)|
|Author||:||Bobby A. Stewart, Terry Howell|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2003-07-31|