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The electric power is used up to 47 miles per hour and from a complete stop into traveling at a light to normal acceleration, at this point no fuel is used.
Normal acceleration curve of cutter cutting cobalt-rich crusts simulation materials is shown in Fig 5, which shows that obvious impact load is existed during cutter cutting cobalt-rich crusts simulation materials.
Energy is released from the flywheel during normal acceleration and automatically delivered to the front wheels to support the combustion engine and reduce fuel consumption.
``Her normal acceleration lasted about 20 metres and then she went out like a light.
In particular, our components unit has demonstrated very consistent, long-term growth on a year-to-year basis, aided by the normal acceleration in repair and remodeling projects during any general slowdown in new construction.
During initial testing, the trucks will gather curve data to determine normal acceleration and strains as well as typical swerving and braking patterns, and all information will be used to build a database.
Previously, lean-burning could take place only under constant speeds; with the new Mazda engine and new three-way catalyst, it can take place under constant speeds and normal acceleration.