Online Google Dictionary

diesel 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈdēzəl/,/-səl/,
Font size:

diesels, plural;
  1. An internal combustion engine in which heat produced by the compression of air in the cylinder is used to ignite the fuel
    • - a diesel locomotive
  2. A heavy petroleum fraction used as fuel in diesel engines
    • - eleven liters of diesel

  1. German engineer (born in France) who invented the diesel engine (1858-1913)
  2. an internal-combustion engine that burns heavy oil
  3. Diesel was a Dutch pop/rock group that became one of the few Dutch acts to chart in the U.S. when their song "Sausalito Summernight" entered the U.S. Top 40 in 1981.
  4. Diesel S.p.A. is an Italian design company. It is best known for clothing aimed at the young adult market, particularly jeans, but the brand can now be found on everything from underwear to fragrances, cars, furniture and even sex toys. ...
  5. The Diesel engine is a game engine developed and used by GRIN. The engine was originally developed for their game Ballistics and has been used, albeit with modifications, in a number of other games since then. ...
  6. Johnny Diesel (born Mark Denis Lizotte, 31 May 1966, Fall River, Massachusetts, United States) is an Australian musician, who has released material as leader of Johnny Diesel & the Injectors, under his birth name, or by the epithet Diesel. ...
  7. A Diesel locomotive is a type of railroad locomotive in which the prime mover is a Diesel engine. Several types have been developed, the principal distinction being in the means by which the prime mover's mechanical power is conveyed to the driving wheels (drivers).
  8. The following is a list of characters that appear in the 2005 film Robots.
  9. A fuel derived from petroleum (or other oils) but heavier than gasoline/petrol. Used to power diesel engines which burn this fuel using the heat produced when air is compressed; A vehicle powered by a diesel engine; To ignite a substance by using the heat generated by compression; For a spark- ...
  10. Diesel is a fuel, which like gasoline, is refined from oil.  It is heavier and oilier than gasoline, and has a higher energy density.  It is generally cheaper, too, because it needs less refining than gasoline. ...
  11. Ordinary diesel, like regular petrol, is refined from oil but it is a thicker, heavier liquid with a higher 'energy density' - meaning it offers better fuel economy. ...
  12. A petroleum-based fuel. Diesel exhaust is an important source of particulates and other pollutants that adversely affect human health.
  13. Heavier, less-refined fuel used primarily for large trucks and other heavy equipment. Diesel burns more slowly than gasoline, providing a more prolonged explosion in an engine's combustion chambers.
  14. An internal combustion engine in which the air-fuel mixture is ignited by compression in the cylinder rather than by a spark. ...
  15. A refined middle distillate fraction used in compression ignition engines. Similar to home heating oil but must meet a cetane number specification of 40 or more.
  16. A fuel made from crude oil. It is commonly used in the type of engines that power trucks and buses.
  17. A petroleum-based fuel used in engines ignited by compression rather than spark. Diesel fuels are heavier and produce higher emissions than conventional gasoline. They also provide more power per unit of volume.
  18. Diesel is produced from crude oil. Diesel at the pump is a mixture of hydrocarbons. The average chemical formula is C12H26. However this ranges from C10H22 to C15H32.
  19. generic term for compression ignition. A diesel engine is one that runs on any fuel ignited by compression. "Dieseling" is a term for the act of compression ignition, usually (only?) in a spark ingnition engine where it continues to run after the spark has been removed.
  20. Mower is powered by a conventional diesel engine with fuel injection
  21. This petroleum-based fuel gets higher fuel efficiency than gasoline. It used to have more tailpipe emissions, but technological innovations in the past decade have nearly erased this concern and dropped diesel emissions to near gasoline levels.
  22. commonly used in locations where there are no other sources of fuel for generation - Maritime Electric has backup generation facilities that use diesel as fuel.
  23. Diesel is also a fossil fuel that is refined from crude oil. It does not evaporate easily and is ideally suited for burning in diesel engines.
  24. a type of fuel. Diesels tend to get better fuel consumption but are noisier and more expensive to buy. Virtually all commercial vehicles (buses, lorries, vans) have diesel engines but it's only in recent years that they have become very popular in cars.
  25. The most common diesel engine used is the WDM-2, which entered production in 1962. The 2600 hp (1.9 MW) locomotive was designed by Alco and manufactured by the Diesel Locomotive Works, Varanasi. This locomotive is used as a standard workhorse. ...