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Question 1: The reed valve is a simple but highly effective form of ________ commonly fitted in the intake tract of the piston-controlled port.
Metering pumpCheck valveChemical plantDrip irrigation

Question 2: The Japanese manufacturer ________ did the same in the 1970s.
ToyotaBridgestoneSuzukiHonda

Question 3: Only a two-stroke running on a gasoline-oil mixture can power a ________ running in any position.
AxeCircular sawChainsawGarden fork

Question 4: A fundamental difference from typical four-stroke engines is that the crankcase is sealed and forms part of the induction process in gasoline and ________.
Hot bulb engineSpark-ignition engineTwo-stroke engineDiesel engine

Question 5: Ported types are represented by the opposed piston design in which there are two pistons in each cylinder, working in opposite directions such as the Junkers Jumo and ________.
Two-stroke engineFour-stroke engineOpposed-piston engineNapier Deltic

Question 6: The valved arrangement is common in diesel locomotives (________) and large marine two-stroke engines (Wärtsilä).
Electro-Motive DieselGP10GP11EMD GM6W

Question 7: This was due to their simple design (and resulting low cost) and higher ________.
Power-to-weight ratioAutomobileFuel cellDiesel engine

Question 8: In another embodiment, the crank disc is arranged to be a close-clearance fit in the crankcase and is provided with a cutout which lines up with an inlet passage in the crankcase wall at the appropriate time, as in the ________ motor scooter.
PiaggioVespaDucatiLambretta

Question 9: A number of mainstream automobile manufacturers have used two-stroke engines in the past, including the Swedish Saab and German manufacturers DKW and ________.
AudiAuto UnionDampf-Kraft-WagenAuto Union racing car

Question 10: Nissan Diesel Motor was manufacturing Uniflow_Two-stroke_Diesel_Engine(ja:ユニフロー掃気ディーゼルエンジン) from ________ from under a license of Detroit Diesel Series 71.
General Motors Chapter 11 reorganizationChryslerMotors Liquidation CompanyGeneral Motors







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