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View Resource Rotary Engines: Structure and Working Principles of the Rotary Engine

Over the past 400 years, many inventors and engineers have pursued the idea of developing a continuously rotating internal combustion engine. This 2-page paper offers information on the rotary...

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View Resource Rotary Engines: Technical Highlights of the RENESIS Rotary Engine

The RENESIS engine, installed in the Mazda RX-8, has its roots in the MSP-RE, unveiled at the 1995 Tokyo Motor Show as the power unit for the RX-01 concept sports car. This 4-page report offers...

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View Resource Rotary Engines: The Birth of the Rotary Engine

The rotary engine began with the improbable dream of a 17-year-old German boy named Felix Wankel in the summer in 1919, This 4-page paper recounts Wankel?s engine development and other t...

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View Resource Common Causes of Electric In-Tank Fuel Pump Failures

Fuel tank contamination is the number one cause of in-tank electric fuel pump failures. This contamination is often the result of moisture in the fuel tank leading to fuel tank oxidation, causing...

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View Resource ACDelco’s Electric Fuel Pumps

The material contained in this brochure is a summary of instructions and cautions for the service of electric fuel pumps. For more training from ACDelco, click on their ad to the right

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