Definition of Carburettor. Meaning of Carburettor. Synonyms of Carburettor

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Definition of Carburettor

Carburettor
Carburetor Car"bu*ret`or, Carburettor Car"bu*ret`tor, n. One that carburets; specif., an apparatus in which air or gas is carbureted, as by passing it through a light petroleum oil. The carburetor for a gasoline engine is usually either a surface carburetor, or a float, float-feed, or spray, carburetor. In the former air is charged by being passed over the surface of gasoline. In the latter a fine spray of gasoline is drawn from an atomizing nozzle by a current of air induced by the suction of the engine piston, the supply of gasoline being regulated by a float which actuates a needle valve controlling the outlet of the feed pipe. Alcohol and other volatile inflammable liquids may be used instead of gasoline.
carburettor
Carburetor Car"bu*ret`or, n. (Chem.) An apparatus in which coal gas, hydrogen, or air is passed through or over a volatile hydrocarbon, in order to confer or increase illuminating power. [Written also carburettor.]

Meaning of Carburettor from wikipedia

- A carburetor (also spelled carburettor or carburetter) is a device used by a gasoline internal combustion engine to control and mix air and fuel entering...
- The SU carburettor was a constant-depression carburettor made by a British manufacturer of that name or its licensees in various designs spanning most...
- based in Birmingham, England. AMAL is a British carburettor trademark. Amal was the supplier of carburettors to many marques within the British motorcycle...
- The Zenith Carburetter Company Limited was a British company making carburettors in Stanmore Middle****, founded in 1912 as a subsidiary of the French Société...
- and 138 series engines originally used a single down-draught carburettor. The carburettor was normally of progressive twin-choke design (two asymmetric...
- The Rodeo Carburettor was a three-piece ****anese rock band that formed in 2001. The band hardly speaks on-stage (other than announcing the song name)...
- uses a Solex 38 PDSI carburettor. The 1600 ti version has a compression ratio of 9.5:1 and uses twin Solex 40 PHH carburettors. Applications: 1964-1966...
- Penberthy, Ian (1988). Thacker, Tony (ed.). How to Restore Fuel Systems and Carburettors. Osprey Restoration Guide. London: Osprey Publishing. p. 84. ISBN 0-85045-784-X...
- Rolls-Royce Merlin engine came equipped with dual-choke updraught SU carburettor. When an aeroplane equipped with such an engine performed a negative...
- engines in this series, both developed for competition use, the first is carburettor fed (TU24) based on the TU1 and the second has electronic fuel injection...