What is average output of a cars engine?
the output of a car engine depends on many factors. Engine size (displacement) plays a major factor.
Output is figured in horsepower.
the classic definition of Horsepower is the force moving an object a certain distance within a certain time.
Force = pounds
Distancem = feet
Time = minute
A. Because small engine cars weigh less overall than larger cars. B. Because small engine cars have small wheels which equals less rolling resistance. C. Because small engine cars are smaller in dimension, allowing them to squeeze into small spaces not accessible by larger cars, resulting in less time spent in traffic, idling and increasing average fuel consumption. D. Because statistically small engine car owners are shorter and weigh less, and have smaller families (or…
How it s possible to run a real cars not toy cars with 12 volts what will be the horsepower for those cars?
Real cars do run at 12 volts (voltages should be a little over 13 volts with engine running because of alternator output). The horsepower is determined by the engine type. Gasoline is used as a form of chemical energy when it is ignited inside the engine's combustion chambers, which creates the power responsible for moving the car.
No, not feasibly. Front wheel drive cars typically have a transverse engine (as opposed to a longitudinal engine found in rear wheel drive cars) and a transmission with a different output location that that found on a rear wheel drive car... I won't say such a conversion is impossible, but it's highly impractical.
When marginal costs are below average cost at a given output one can deduce that if output increases what happens?
If you have 12 volt output on the engine it can be done. Hook the engine 12 volt output to the positive side of your meter and ground the other side back to the engine block. When you start the engine the meter will run and when you shut it down the meter stops. Many newer snow blowers that a 12 volt output for lighting whether lighting was put on the blower or not.
This question makes about no sense at all, but the highest output gasoline engine has is the 6.8L Triton V10. It puts out 362 horsepower and 455 pound feet of torque. The highest output engine Ford has OVERALL is the 6.7L Powerstroke Turbo Diesel V8. It produces 390 horsepower and 735 pound feet of torque. Hope I helped you..... :D
A manager urgues that output should be expanded so long as average revenue exceeds average cost Does this make sense to you?
Yes, if revenues are directly tied to output and some of the cost of production are not. Overhead or administrative expenses are frequently considered fixed costs, so higher output will reduce the average production cost. However, if profit margins are declining with output, then increases in output may not be justified. This would be the case where with increased output, workers have to work overtime. In this cases, one should examine the economics of the…