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Each cylinder contains a piston that pumps inside of it and those pistons connect to and turn the crankshaft. The more pistons there are pumping, the more combustive events are taking place during any given moment. That means that more power can be generated in less time. Four-cylinder engines commonly come in straight" or inline" configurations while 6-cylinder engines are usually configured in the more compact V" shape, and thus are referred to as V6 engines. V6 engines were the engine of choice for American automakers because they're' powerful and quiet, but turbocharging technologies have made four-cylinder engines more powerful and attractive to buyers. Historically, American auto consumers turned their noses up at four-cylinder engines, believing them to be slow, weak, unbalanced and short on acceleration. However, when Japanese auto makers, such as Honda and Toyota, began installing highly efficient four-cylinder engines in their cars in the 1980s and '90s, Americans found a new appreciation for the compact engine. Japanese models, such as the Toyota Camry, began quickly outselling comparable American models.
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ENGINE meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
These are words often used in combination with engine. Click on a collocation to see more examples of it. The situation is analogous to automobile engine design: one of the desiderata for an engine is that it should be fuelefficient.
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Internal combustion engine - Wikipedia.
The engine block contains the cylinders. In engines with more than one cylinder they are usually arranged either in 1 row straight engine or 2 rows boxer engine or V engine 3 rows are occasionally used W engine in contemporary engines, and other engine configurations are possible and have been used.
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engine - Wiktionary.
A miniature railway engine. From Middle English engyn, from Anglo-Norman engine, Old French engin skill, cleverness, war machine, from Latin ingenium innate or natural quality, nature, genius, a genius, an invention, in Late Latin a war-engine, battering-ram, from ingenitum, past participle of ingignō to instil by birth, implant, produce in.
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Engine - Wikipedia.
An external combustion engine EC engine is a heat engine where an internal working fluid is heated by combustion of an external source, through the engine wall or a heat exchanger. The fluid then, by expanding and acting on the mechanism of the engine produces motion and usable work.
Engine Definition Meaning - Merriam-Webster.
Middle English engin, from Anglo-French, from Latin ingenium natural disposition, talent, from in- gignere to beget - more at kin. Learn More About engine. Post the Definition of engine to Facebook Share the Definition of engine on Twitter Time Traveler for engine.

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