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Synonyms for qi

the circulating life energy that in Chinese philosophy is thought to be inherent in all things

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EIH is utilizing AirFuel wireless charging technology and standards to develop a wide range of e-paper display solutions for logistics, digital signage, smart city, smart retailing and consumer electronics applications, and the company did highlight the advantage of related wireless technologies using its 2.9-, 4.2- and 7.5-inch three-color (black/white/red) e-paper solutions to transmit data via BLE (Bluetooth Low Energy), LoRa and NFC at Computex 2019.
With MaxLinear's AirPHY solution and the latest high power AirFuel Resonant solutions from jjPlus, Zinwell was able to meet the demanding cost, size and power requirements of service providers aiming to deploy gigabit wireless CPEs that can be self-installed on walls or windows.
NewVasTek develops chips, modules and end products that are AirFuel and FCC/CE certified.
In comparison to the blend, some airfuel mixture remains unburned, which can be inferred from the significantly higher CO level in the exhaust gas when alkylate petrol is used.
* There is a trade-off between N[O.sub.x] and partial oxidation products when using the airfuel ratio to control pollution.
The airfuel ratio control is designed for use without an oxygen sensor, allowing as high as a 278 psi bmep rating that supplies high power density while meeting [NO.sub.x] emission levels of 500 mg/[Nm.sup.3], Cat said.
The unit's 4Y engine features an exclusive closed-loop fuel system design that automatically adjusts and optimizes the airfuel mixture ratio.
The brochure says the systems maximize emissions control efficiency by maintaining the proper airfuel ratio over varying engine loads, speeds, fuel quality, ambient temperatures and barometric pressures.
In order to meet the stringent Euro3 exhaust emission levels, the catalyst is uprated, the airfuel ratio sensor modified and special multi-hole fuel-injectors fitted.
With the introduction of the reducing catalyst for [NO.sub.x] control in 1981, it became necessary to control airfuel ratio within narrower limits about stoichiometric than could be expected from such a carburetor.
AirFuel(TM) Alliance, the authority on next-generation wireless power technology and standards, is launching a new AirFuel Developer Program and Developers Forum to make it easier for companies around the world to design, develop, and bring to market products with AirFuel Resonant and RF technologies, the company said.
The AirFuel Alliance has added 13 new companies to its ranks, including new board member Dell, Inc., making the alliance more than 170 members strong, the company said.
It doesn't has the same effect on the fuel drop's delay [[tau].sub.i], fig.5), because and important part of the consumed energy in initiation of the airfuel ignition dissipates into needed energy for vaporizing fuel's water.