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An instrument for measuring mechanical force, or an apparatus for measuring mechanical power (as of an engine).

Vehicle designed to operate on a combination of an alternative fuel and a conventional fuel. This includes (a) vehicles that use a mixture of gasoline or diesel and an alternative fuel in one fuel tank, commonly called flexible-fuel vehicles; and (b) vehicles capable of operating either on an alternative fuel, a conventional fuel, or both, simultaneously using two fuel systems. They are commonly called bi-fuel vehicles.

The percentages of gasoline that evaporate at various temperatures. The distillation curve is an important indicator for fuel standards such as volatility (vaporization).

A meter in the fuel stream of the metering system that is activated via a PLC – Programmable Logic Controller. Entries are made to the PLC and all operation of the system is electronic.

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