throttle


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Synonyms for throttle

Synonyms for throttle

to hold (something requiring an outlet) in check

to interfere with or stop the normal breathing of, especially by constricting the windpipe

Synonyms for throttle

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The simulation research of the air flow through the throttle valve is intended to elaborated the flow character.
Electronic air throttle industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
The air intake throttle valve and EGR valve are connected through a highly flexible coupling (cam-link mechanism), allowing the new unit to be applied to various engine parameters, including displacement and output, merely by changing the shape of the connection between the two valves (cam profile).
In many theoretical studies (Vasiliu, 1993) it is considered that the flow passing through a throttle varies linearly with the section of the passage hole/area.
Full Throttle also now offers daily rentals to nonmembers, Mortensen said he is also working on partnerships with area hotels and timeshares and other vacation style lodging businesses interested in providing their guests with access to recreation vehicles.
As I ride the R1, I sense a direct connection between throttle hand, seat of pants and rear tyre.
Although the manufacturers have long been aware that PWC design is contrary to human instinct--drivers habitually make the mistake of releasing the throttle and then trying to turn--the industry continues to blame operators for misuse instead of changing PWC design to account for this behavior.
If you see traffic stopping in the distance, lift off the throttle gently rather than drive to the queue and then brake.
As base broke out the big Naval Aviation Training and Operations Procedures (NATOPS) manual, we went through the stuck throttle procedures step by step -- all to no avail.
Martin Baillie, [corr] who carried out the health and safety inspection into the accident, said at the inquest in Newcastle yesterday that the vehicle L-Bmdr Rook was driving had parts missing on the gear stick and hand throttle
Pilots and WSOs alike can now perform nearly every aspect of employing these jets tactically without taking their hands off the throttle or stick (or hand controllers in the rear cockpit).
INTRODUCED IN LATE 2004, COCA COLA'S FULL THROTTLE BRAND HAS REVVED UP THE ENERGY DRINK CATEGORY, POSTING A 7.
JANET GUTHRIE: A LIFE AT FULL THROTTLE (1894963318, $24.
Dale patiently corrected my confusion over the prop and the throttle (opposite from my dad's plane and two things you do not want to mix up).
All three manufacturers have technicians working with the city, but are so far stumped by the problem and haven't been able to duplicate the throttle problem.