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wheelwork consisting of a connected set of rotating gears by which force is transmitted or motion or torque is changed

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Reportedly, two of the power trains, which include expander generators, are for expansion of a power plant project near Pamukoren, Turkey, where Atlas Copco is already supplying equipment.
The Civic Zone will present the all-new eighth generation Civic and new Civic Hybrid, accompanied by a technology display that provides a compelling, close-up look at Honda's newly-developed, next-generation intelligent power trains.
He added: 'This is a major milestone in the acceptance of the hybrid power train and its potential to become a mainstream technology.
Suppliers and OEMs have responded to these requirements with a great number of innovations that include: electric hybrid power trains, cooled high and low pressure systems for exhaust gas recirculation and boost system improvements, both of which improve an engine's combustion characteristics.
LEO MOTORS is a US public company based outside of Seoul, Korea, engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of Electric Vehicle (EV) power trains and components.
Leo Motors is engaged in the development, manufacture and sale of Electric Vehicle (EV) power trains and components.
After development and proper tests, Leo will supply power trains and engineering services to DAFRA, and DAFRA will assemble the scooters using Leo's power trains and chassis manufactured by DAFRA in Brazil.
When the development is successful, Leo will have the opportunity to market its power trains to Tong Yang.
Power trains of this size are used in the bigger passenger cars, middle-sized buses and trucks.
Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced today that the company was awarded an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract by ISAB Energy (ERG Group) for the reconstruction of one of its two 266 megawatt combined cycle gas turbine power trains in Priolo Gargallo, Sicily, Italy.