Some articles on maximum output, maximum, output:
... Air Cooled two-stroke EK31 356 cc Bore Stroke = 61.5 x 60 mm maximum output 16 PS (12 kW 16 hp) at 4,500 rpm (1958.05-1960.02) maximum output 18 PS (13 kW 18 hp) at 4,700 ... EK51 423 cc Bore Stroke = 67.0 x 60.0 mm maximum output 23 PS (17 kW 23 hp) at 5,000 rpm compression ratio = 6.51 Used in the Subaru 450 (MAIA) Japan North America (1960–66) EK32 356 cc Bore Stroke ... Stroke = 61.5 x 60 mm compression ratio = 6.51 (standard) 7.51 (Young SS Sport Edition) maximum output 26 PS (19 kW 26 hp) at 5,800 rpm (R-2 Van K41, Sambar K55/K64) maximum ...
... The torque produced by a fluid coupling is maximum when the output stage is stalled (i.e ... is not rotating), the stall torque may also refer to the maximum output torque that a fluid coupling can produce without damage ... the stall torque is close to or the same as the maximum output torque produced for a given input speed ...
... In micro-economics, a production function is a function that specifies the output of a firm for all combinations of inputs ... function) compares the practice of the existing entities converting inputs into output to determine the most efficient practice production function of the existing ... the set of all technically feasible combinations of output and inputs, only the combinations encompassing a maximum output for a specified set of inputs would constitute the production function ...
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