full load

full load
An engine operating conditions where the accelerator is fully depressed, i.e., the throttle is fully open, which does not necessarily mean high engine speed

Dictionary of automotive terms. 2015.

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  • full load — pilnutinė apkrova statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. full load vok. Gesamtbelastung, f; Vollast, f; Vollbelastung, f rus. полная нагрузка, f pranc. charge totale, f; pleine charge, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • full load enrichment — The provision of a richer mixture when the throttle is fully opened. On some system, the computer goes open loop during full load enrichment …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • one brick short of a full load — adjective a) not mentally sound; insane I feel fine today, but that gentleman conversing with the house plant there may be one brick short of a full load. b) stupid You have to be one brick short of a full load to think that 7 is a letter in the… …   Wiktionary

  • one brick short of a full load — mentally slow, not all there    I m okay, but you may be one brick short of a full load. Ha ha …   English idioms

  • full load torque — Maximum torque delivered without overheating …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • Load regulation — is the capability to maintain a constant voltage (or current) level on the output channel of a power supply despite changes in load [cite web|title=Line and Load Regulation for Programmable DC Power Supplies and Precision DC Sources Developer… …   Wikipedia

  • full — full1 [fool] adj. [ME < OE, akin to Ger voll, Goth fulls < IE base * pel , to fill > L plenus, full & plere, to fill, Gr plēthein, to be full, Welsh llawn, full] 1. having in it all there is space for; holding or containing as much as… …   English World dictionary

  • load — A sales charge paid by an investor in some mutual fund shares or annuities. The sales charge may be a front end charge, a back end charge, or a 12b 1 charge. Also, an expression used to describe a mutual fund that imposes sales charges on… …   Financial and business terms

  • load — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ heavy, light ▪ He has a heavy teaching load this year. ▪ full ▪ The plane took off with a full load. ▪ …   Collocations dictionary

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