oil pressure

NOUN
  1. pressure that keeps oil on the moving parts of an internal-combustion engine
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How To Use oil pressure In A Sentence

  • The oil pressure will force it up into the heart of the stack of valves.
  • The distribution of soil pressure normal to the culvert periphery is plotted against the central angle in Figure 7.
  • If it's fuel or oil pressure, think pumps; for fuel quantity, think tanks or cross-feed; for temperature, think mixture, cowl flaps and air flow; for air, think carburetor heat or alternate air; and for ignition, think magnetos.
  • The auto shutoff is for low oil pressure, and high temperature.
  • On the race bikes, we use engine oil pressure to operate the gearchange.
  • The inspiratory phase of a cough starts with a deep inspiration resulting in increased lung volumes and increased elastic recoil pressure.
  • An electronic sensor constantly monitors the oil pressure in the arm and provides a break-back with auto-return.
  • The cluster, however, is lacking voltage or oil pressure indicators, for which warning lights substitute.
  • It'suggests that oil pressure system should be transformed while gas furnace transformation.
  • They were red, and so with the car being an automatic, I applied the footbrake to come to a gentle stop - at which point the dashboard lit up with battery and oil pressure warning lights, and the car gracefully stalled. Snell-Pym » What a weekend…
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