Valve Timing System

Some articles on valve, timing, system, systems:

Variable Valve Timing - History - Automotive Use
... The cam was Desmodromic having opening and closing cam surfaces which operated the valve by a bifurcated rocker and ball joint ... Being Desmodromic meant there was no valve spring ... to a screw thread, hydraulic from engine driven pump with spill valve or from an engine speed governor ...
Arthur W Graham III
... Graham III, was the Director of Timing Scoring for the Indianapolis 500 from 1978-97 ... resident of Brownsburg, IN, Graham Created the 1st fully automatic electronic race timing and scoring system and introduced many of the timing-and-scoring. 30 years, joining the company in 1962 and serving as a senior systems engineer from 1977-92 ...
... Timing is the time when something happens or the spacing of events in time ... Timing may also refer to Timing (comedy), use of rhythm, tempo and pausing to enhance comedy and humour Timing (linguistics), rhythmic division of time into equal portions by a language ...
... It has been designed for timing and styling of subtitles, as well as the creation of karaoke ... Features include support for timing to both audio and video, and can use many video processing bindings to process those, such as FFmpeg and Avisynth ... In fansubbing terms, Aegisub is used for translating, timing, editing, typesetting, quality checking, karaoke timing and karaoke effecting ...
La Statue - Timing
... Based on approximate estimate from playback of the vocal and piano reduction scores, total timing of the piece is as follows ...

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