Monday , 21 May 2018

NightHawk Tire Deflation Device – Awesome New Police Spike Tech!

NightHawk is a non-lethal, remotely deployed and remotely retracted tire deflation device, keeping the officers at a safe distance while stopping a pursuit vehicle. The system is designed to replace the outdated spike strip system. It is a smart combination of high tech engineering and proven Stop Stick tire deflation technology packaged into a small case weighing less than 30 lbs. This device is easier …

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What Is a Dual-Clutch Transmission And How it Works!

Dual clutch transmissions, or DCTs, have become a popular transmission option for vehicle designers as they combine the gear efficiency of a manual, with the shifting ease of an automatic. Here is how they work. Dual Clutch transmissions contain the traditional elements of a manual and are driven by a twin, or dual clutch module. The manual elements include helical gears on parallel …

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AWD vs 4×4 – What Is The Difference?

Ever wondered the difference between an All Wheel drive and a Four Wheel drive? An All-Wheel Drive (AWD) drivetrain, typically used in sports cars and sedans, is a drivetrain that employs a front, rear and center differential to provide power to all four wheels of a vehicle. A Four-Wheel Drive (4×4) drivetrain, typically used on SUV’s and off-road vehicles, is a drivetrain …

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FLYBOARD – The coolest summer fun and guaranteed adrenaline rush!

If you’re up for a quick adrenaline rush, and you wanna try something new and fresh, you got to try out the FLYBOARD! It’s the coolest thing to try out in summer, or in winter when you go to the Caribbean! We have to thank Franky Zapata from Zapata Racing for inventing the breathtaking FLYBOARD! The video is shot in …

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What Is Fusion Power And How Does Fusion Power Works?

Fusion power is the generation of energy by nuclear fusion. Fusion reactions are high energy reactions in which two lighter atomic nuclei fuse to form a heavier nucleus. This major area of plasma physics research is concerned with harnessing this reaction as a source of large scale sustainable energy. There is no question of fusion’s scientific feasibility, since stellar nucleosynthesis is the …

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This is Amazing – LEGO V8 Pneumatic Engine!!

Most of us played with Lego sets when we were kids, but doubt that any of us came up with something as cool and brilliant as this. Although we’ve seen some pretty incredible Lego creations over the years, including this amazing Ford Flathead V8 and this Life size Lego car that runs on air, what you see in the video below is something that the lego-loving folks will adore …

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What Is A Turbocharger, And How A Turbocharger Works?

A turbocharger, or turbo is a turbine-driven forced induction device that increases an internal combustion engine’s efficiency and power output by forcing extra air into the combustion chamber. This improvement over a naturally aspirated engine’s output results because the turbine can force more air, and proportionately more fuel, into the combustion chamber than atmospheric pressure alone. Turbochargers are usually seen as …

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Toyota’s New Atkinson Cycle Engine Is Astonishing!

The Atkinson cycle engine is a type of internal combustion engine invented by James Atkinson in 1882. The Atkinson cycle is designed to provide efficiency at the expense of power density, or total power extracted per unit of displacement per rotation. A modern variation of this approach is used in some modern automobile engines, most currently most used by Toyota for the Toyota …

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How Automotive Engine Cooling System Works!

The Automotive Cooling Systems are also know as car radiators. The radiators are heat exchangers used for cooling internal combustion engines. The Internal combustion engines are often cooled by circulating a liquid called engine coolant through the engine block, where it is heated, then through a radiator where it loses heat to the atmosphere, and then returned to the engine. Internal …

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