Originally launched in Europe towards the end of 2014, MAN Diesel & Turbo states that the 175Ds Chinese release was in great part due to local requests for a large, high-speed engine
06 axle ratio, die-cast zinc steering-wheel mounted paddle shifters, heated and ventilated performance seats with larger side bolsters, driver's seat memory, power-adjustable bright pedals and steering column with memory, performance engine and transmission calibration and high-speed engine
Powered by an experimental, extremely high-speed engine
called a scramjet, the 12-foot-long X-43A will be attached to a Pegasus booster rocket and taken aloft by a modified B-52 bomber, then let go over the Pacific Ocean.
The 1551PDF has a high-speed engine
capable of both linear and PDF scanning.
The 616 diesel brings together medium-speed engine fuel economy with high-speed engine
CAPEX, aiming to improve customer total life cycle cost.
Additional features of the system include high-speed engine
start capability, regenerative braking and higher levels of onboard electrical power availability to handle increased electrical loads from accessories.
It is part of a $185 million project to flight-test an experimental, extremely high-speed engine
called a scramjet.
With a high-speed engine
, powered by a R4700 120 MHz microprocessor, and a long-running 65,000 pages-per-month duty cycle, the OKIPAGE 24DX and OKIPAGE 24DXn are built to perform in demanding network environments.
Performance and Scalability - the industry's only high-speed engine
that supports a multi-threaded and multi-process environment, and a new integrated servlet engine, support for Java Servlet 2.
Tonic Software has the high-speed engine
to test and monitor millions of transactions but we must provide this capability in both secure and non-secure environments," said Tonic Software CEO and co-founder Brian Phillips.
Only 12 feet long, unmanned and powered by a high-speed engine
called a scramjet, the X-43A is essentially a scaled-down version of the national aerospace plane, the X-30, a spacecraft intended to take off and land from conventional runways but canceled in the early 1990s before it was built.