Ignition may refer to:

  • Firelighting, the human act of creating a fire for warmth, cooking and other uses
  • Combustion, exothermic chemical reactions between a fuel and an oxidant accompanied by the production of heat and conversion of chemical species
  • Minimum ignition energy, the minimum amount of energy required to ignite a combustible vapor, gas or dust cloud

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Alexander John Forsyth
... was a Scottish Presbyterian clergyman who invented the percussion ignition ... like Joseph Manton invented more reliable forms of ignition, like the tube lock in 1814 ... These new forms of ignition proved popular among hunters during the Regency period, who had their old reliable flintlocks converted ...
Lycoming O-145 - Variants
... O-145-A Four-cylinder, direct drive, 55 hp (41 kW), single ignition 0-145-A3 Four-cylinder, direct drive, 55 hp (41 kW), single ignition, with starter and ...
Ignition - Other
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Triumph TR65 Thunderbird - Development
... Costs were reduced by having a single silencer, using points instead of electronic ignition and a drum rear brake instead of the more expensive disc ... was no tachometer and the warning lights and ignition switch were housed in their pod instead ... one factory-fitted with the electronic ignition and electric starter options (hence the 'S' suffix) and after-market Hedingham leading link front forks ...
Carbureted Compression Ignition Model Engines
... A Carbureted compression ignition model engine, popularly known as a Model diesel engine, is a simple compression ignition engine made for model propulsion, usually model aircraft but also model boats ... that runs on a mixture of methanol-based fuels with a hot wire filament to provide ignition ... Despite their name, their use of compression ignition, and the use of a kerosene fuel that is similar to diesel, model diesels share very little with full-size ...