Komatsu D575A – The Biggest Bulldozer in The World!

Komatsu D575A The Komatsu D575A bulldozer has earned the rights as “the largest operational crawler tractor in the world.” The Komatsu was built by the company Komatsu Ltd. in Osaka, but its used all over the world, primarily in United States, Canada and Australia. Komatsu D575A – The Biggest Bulldozer in The World! It’s powered by a turbo-loaded, drawer-air-cooled 12 cylinder diesel

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HCCI Engines – The Future Of Internal Combustion Engines!

HCCI Engines The Homogeneous charge compression ignition (HCCI) engine combines characteristics of both conventional gasoline and diesel engines. This is a form of internal combustion engine in which well-mixed fuel and oxidizer are compressed to the point of auto-ignition. HCCI Engines – The Future Of Internal Combustion Engines! As in the other internal combustion engines, HCCI also injects fuel during the intake stroke.

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Next-gen Concrete Bends Instead Of Cracking – ConFlexPave!

Next-gen Concrete Concrete may be a good choice for sidewalks, but it is a brittle material. This means that it needs to be poured thick, to keep those sidewalks from cracking under pressure. Scientists from Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University are developing an alternative, so they created bendable concrete that could be easily applied as relatively thin, light paving slabs. Generally, concrete is

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Fusion Power – What It Is And How Does Fusion Power Works?!

Fusion Power What It Is Fusion power is the production of energy by nuclear fusion. Fusion reactions are high energy reactions, where two lighter atomic nuclei fuse and transform to a heavier nucleus. This major area of plasma physics research deals with using this reaction as a source of large scale sustainable energy. There is no question of fusion’s scientific feasibility,

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