Potential industrial applications include air-to-fuel ratio, analytical instrumentation, fuel cells, fume hoods, gas leak detection, and gas meters.
What does A/F stand for?
A/F stands for Air-to-Fuel ratio
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We have 83 other meanings of A/F in our Acronym Attic
- Activity Elements
- Air Entry (by auscultation)
- Anarchy and Equality
- Architecture and Engineering Services
- Ascent and Entry (spacecraft; NASA)
- Attitude Ephemeris
- Automated/Electronic Target Folder (US DoD)
- Across Flats (hex head of screws)
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Honda's second generation Lean Burn Control technology improves fuel economy by running the engine at an optimal air-to-fuel ratio.
0 MMBtu/ hr Series G Kinemax[R] burner that could operate over a wide range of air-to-fuel ratios and meet the [NO.
The calculated results for the steady state thermal efficiencies are plotted as a function of altitude in Figures 2 and 3, firing rate in Figures 4 and 5, and air-to-fuel ratio (mass basis) in Figures 6 and 7.
Turbochargers for large-bore reciprocating engines no longer will represent merely a system add-on to increase the air-to-fuel ratio, but will play a major role as a controllable component that significantly reduces pollutant emissions and increases engine fuel efficiency.