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Airplane Englres
Airplane Englres Engines For Airplanes Are Of Two Types, And These. Are (1) The Regular Stationary Cylinder Type And (2) The Revolving, Or Gyro Type. The First Kind Of Engines Are Built Like Motor Boat And Motor Car Engines, Only Very Much Lighter For The Power They Develop. They Are ...

Diseases Of Internal Combustion
Diseases Of Internal Combustion Engines An Internal Combustion Engine Of Whatever Kind Or Make Is Very Like A Human Being, In That If It Isn't Looked After And Treated Well It Will Be Sure To Develop Some Disease, And So Go Into An Early Decline; And Sometimes, Too, Exactly Like ...

How To Practice Engine
How To Practice Engine Economy If The Hoary And Bewhiskered Adage Which Tells Us That An "ounce Of Prevention Is Worth A Pound Of Cure" Was Stenciled On The Side Of Every Internal Combustion Engine Sold And Those Who Buy Them Would Heed The World Old Saying, There Would Be ...

Schemes Poe Power Transmission
Schemes Poe Power Transmission Since An Internal Combustion Engine Cannot De Velop Power Until It Is Running At A Certain Speed It Will Not Start On Full Load Like A Steam Engine. It Is Evident, Then, That Some Sort Of A Device Must Be Used To Throw The Load On ...

Stationary And Portable Gasoline
Stationary And Portable Gasoline Engines It Is Clear That If You Want To Develop Power With An Internal Combustion Engine And Natural Or Artifi Cial Gas Is Not Available, Or If You Want An Engine Of This Type That You Can Move About, Or That Will Move You About, You ...

The Diesel Self Igniting
The Diesel Self-igniting Eng/re You Will Remember I Told You In The First And Second Chapters About How The Diesel Oil Engine Fired Its Fuel Charge By Compressing The Air In The Cyl Inder, Which Raised Its Temperature, And You Know That All Other Types Of Internal Combustion Engines Use ...

The Economical Oil Engine
The Economical Oil Engine Since Gas Is Not Always At Hand And Gasoline Is Quite An Expensive Fuel, Makers Of Internal Combus Tion Engines Turned Their Attention Long Ago Toward Using Cheaper Fuels, Such As Kerosene And Even Crude Oils, And Their Efforts Along This Line Have Been Highly Successful. ...

The Efficient Gas Engine
The Efficient Gas Engine For Stationary Work, Where Natural Or Artificial Gas Can Be Had, The Gas Engine Is The Most Efficient Kind Of An Internal Combustion Engine You Can Use. Not Only Is It The Most Efficient, But Since There Is A Constant Supply Of Fuel At Hand And ...

The Internal Combustion Engine
The Internal Combustion Engine Imagination Is The Ability To Think New Thoughts And Invention Is The Power Of The Mind To Shape These Abstract Thoughts Into Concrete Things And Make Them Useful Or Do Useful Work. The History Of The World Shows That The Human Race Has Progressed Through The ...

The Kind
The Kind 03? An =gins You Want There Are Many Makes Of Internal Combustion Engines On The Market And The Kind You Want Will Depend Very Largely On What You Intend To Use It For And The Conditions Under Which You Are Going To Run It. There Are, However, A ...

The Motoe Car Gasoline
The Motoe Car Gasoline Engine The Four Cycle Engine Is The Only Type Used For Motor Car Engines, And All Of Them Have From Four To Twelve Cylinders, Or Twin Sixes As The Latter Are Called, And These Are Of The V Type. About The Fuel Feed System.—kinds Of Feed ...

The Motor Boat Gasoline
The Motor Boat Gasoline Engine Gasoline Engines For Motor Boats Are Of The Two And Four Cycle Types And Are Made With One, Two, Four, Six And Eight Cylinders. The Fuel Feed System Again.—the Gravity Feed, The Air Pressure Feed, And The Vacuum, Feed Systems Of Fuel Supply Are All ...

The Motorcycle Gasoline Engine
The Motorcycle Gasoline Engine All Motorcycle Engines Are Built On The Four Stroke Cycle Principle, And They Are Made With One, Two, Four And Eight Cylinders.' The One And Four Cylin Der Engines Are Of The Vertical Type And The Two And The Eight Cylinder Engines Are Of The V ...