misfire


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fail

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Synonyms for misfire

to go wrong, be unsuccessful, or fail to attain a goal

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an explosion that fails to occur

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a failure to hit (or meet or find etc)

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fail to fire or detonate

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the misfire detection index) based on the crankshaft angular speed or acceleration, and require an optimized threshold setting for the calculated index that clearly identifies all the misfiring cylinder events with the detection rate that meets the regulation requirements.
Section 4 develops a fault diagnosis method using the cosine similarity measure for the misfire fault diagnosis problems of gasoline engines under neutrosophic number environment and demonstrates the effectiveness and rationality of the misfire fault diagnosis method.
commerce story from the front lines and I hope Misfire conveys a bit of the joy and talent that went into our best films, while also dramatically explaining the pitfalls that are around the corner of every indie filmmaker's dream.
On the next stage the car ran like a dream and we could see the potential with a top five stage time - but on the next stage the misfire returned.
The misfire, which occurred at a firing range that straddles the villages of Tenei and Nishigo in southern Fukushima Prefecture, is thought to have been the result of five ammunition sticks being loaded with the shell instead of two sticks, the GSDF said.
Make sure you do not clean spark plugs with a wire brush, since this loads the firing bore with metal particles, causing the engine to misfire.
And we know that whenever stress is applied to the brain, there is likely to be a misfire.
Federal officials alleged that Honda disabled the misfire monitoring device on 1.
If it is suspected that one or more holes have not fired, a process for misfire handling should be initiated.
Misfire detection will eventually become a national matter, according to Linc Wehrly, project manager at the EPA's National Fuels and Motor Vehicle Emissions Laboratory (Ann Arbor, Mich.
Bob Stockhausen of Stoney's Garage used a Hotline Archive on a 2001 Nissan Altima with a misfire and commented: "Exact match for a problem car we had.
So to determine whether heat can cause pigment cells to misfire, the team, working in the dark, first cooled the cells, and then slowly returned the cells to room temperature, measuring the electrical activity of the cells as they warmed up.
In the countless thousands of rounds I've fired from Reichard Smiths, I don't recall a misfire unless it was a dud primer.
Within weeks, the car developed a misfire in fourth gear.
Kerry's meltdown in an initial, hastily called press conference -- in which he not only refused to apologize, but used the flap to attack Republicans -- only fanned the flame of his verbal misfire.