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“This ensures good durability of the battery pack and provides extra boost than can be delivered from the engine-driven generator so the driver sees/feels no difference between EV mode and gas engine.”
“Besides having a wide auger and engine-driven wheels, most two-stage machines have enough capability even for the dense pile left behind by municipal plows.”
“One important question the scientists hope to answer is just what causes the difference between the "ordinary" and the "engine-driven" core-collapse supernovae.”
“There must be some rare physical property that separates the stars that produce the 'engine-driven' blasts from their more-normal cousins," Soderberg said.”
“This is perhaps the more exciting possibility since it implies that we can find and identify engine-driven supernovae that lack detectable gamma rays and thus go unseen by gamma-ray satellites.”
“Until now, no such "engine-driven" supernova had been found any way other than by detecting gamma rays emitted by it.”
“In 1899, Frederick Simms developed an engine-driven "motor war car.”
“On the one hand was the great engine-driven aeroplane, a double row of horizontal floats with a big aerial screw behind, and on the other the nimbler aeropile.”
“It refers to similar units that back up the primary engine-driven hydraulic pumps on jet aircraft.”
“Cogeneration takes many forms: combined gas and steam turbines, gas turbines instead of burners, engine-driven cogeneration, and fuel cells that can supply heat at the correct levels of temperature and pressure (Kashiwagi, 1999).”
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