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diesel

(ˈdizlæ)
mod. really good. I am set for a diesel evening and I intend to enjoy it.
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Tom Connor, MTA chief executive officer of operations, argued that natural gas costs more than diesel and could cause buses to explode.
The application of the right technology on the Dodge Ram is an extension of the joint clean diesel development work Cummins and DaimlerChrysler have performed together for nearly two decades," said Cummins President and Chief Operating Officer Joe Loughrey.
Asked whether he thought China is going to be more receptive to diesel technology than hybrids, Bohr replies: "The Chinese authorities have made it very clear in their recent auto development policy document that they want to have clean cars with low consumption because with China importing oil, if we go into mass motorization, low fuel consumption is one of the very important requisites.
On the same day, Rome Mayor Virginia Raggi announced that the city will ban diesel cars in the city center by 2024 to combat air pollution.
Diesel fumes have been linked to decreased lung growth and function; approximately 40 compounds found in diesel exhaust can potentially cause cancer.
LOWER MAINTENANCE COST--Analyzing the maintenance schedule for many material handlers, it becomes apparent that a major part of the maintenance work is related to the diesel engine.
And hybrid growth will be concentrated in sport utility vehicles and midsize cars, while diesel power will expand in SUV, pickup truck and luxury-car markets.
Another reason to buy diesel is that it's simply a smart choice.
He's seen the benefits and notes that the engine runs more quietly, without the typical diesel chatter.
One DEP sample--National Institute of Standards and Technology standard reference material, SRM 2975--was derived from a forklift with a heavy-duty diesel engine and developed in part for mutagenicity assays (Hughes et al.
Once Niles developed the bio-diesel, he tested it in a diesel gen-set that is owned by a local entrepreneur in Thunder Bay.
The challenge, explains Carven, is that diesel engines demand small amounts of diesel fuel for ignition.
Japanese researchers find that when pregnant rats inhale diesel emissions--even after all soot particles have been filtered out--their male and female young develop signs of inappropriate masculinization.
Touting recent findings that diesel emissions are YAC (Yet Another Carcinogen), several groups in California - a state that has consistently set national environmental trends - have stepped up their efforts to eliminate the use of diesel fuels.