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The lowest compression ratio of a compression-ignition engine that allows a specific fuel to be ignited by compression ignition.

23:1 compression ratio

compression ratio=uncompressed image size/compressed size

The compression ratio for the 1995 Mustang is: 9.0:1

The compression ratio for NASCAR engines is limited to 12.0:1.

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compression ratio = compressed size / uncompressed size the ratio should be between 1 and 0 (multiply with 100 to get the ratio in percent) a ratio greater than 1 means, the compressed size is actually greater than the uncompressed size a ratio just below 1 means bad compression the lower the ratio, the better the compression

8.4:1 is the compression ratio for 04-07 STi's.

The compression ratio is simply the ratio of the absolute stage discharge pressure to the absolute stage suction pressure.

"600 psi" is not a compression ratio; it's a pressure. For a RATIO, you need to compare TWO different numbers.

Nothing. Compression ratio is usually displayed as 9:1, or 9 to 1.

No, because there is always some leakage.

For 1-person CPR the compression-ventilation ratio for children (and adults and infants) are 30 compressions to 2 breaths.

The CPR compression ratio for infants and children is 30 compressions to 2 breaths. 2 people CPR compression ratio for infants is 15 compressions to 2 breaths. 2 people CPR compression ratio for children is 30 compressions to 2 breaths.

The compression ratio of engines is a value that demonstrates or shows the ratio of the volume of its combustion chamber from its largest capacity to its smallest capacity.

The compression ratio for a 1994 Pontiac Transport, according to the Owner's Manual is 8:5:1.

S.I Engine lower compression Ratio is 6 to 11

The compression and ventilation ratio for a two-person rescue CPR is 15 compression and 2 breaths.

The compression ratio for this bike is 9.3:1.

The compression ratio of a combustion engine is the relationship of the largest and smallest capacities of the combustion chamber. A higher compression ratio is advantageous because the engine operates more efficiently, extracting more mechanical energy from the fuel. Most gasoline-powered engines have a compression ratio of around 10:1.

For the Opal Corsa generation Corsa B, 1.4 i petrol engine, the compression ratio is 9.4. It has 60 horsepower and a 46 liter fuel tank. For the 1.4 XER, the compression ratio is 10.5. For the 1.4 i 16V ECOTEC, the compression is 10.5.

It means that before the compression, the volume is 71 times larger than after the compression.

The compression ratio on a 1992 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 liter was 9:1

Compression ratio is the same for all first gen altimas from 1993 to 1997 = 9.2:1

The compression ratio for 2 rescuer neonatal CPR is 3 compressions, 1 breath.