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Can the vibrational energy of a engine be used to increase efficiency?
In whole mechanics, we never talk about wasted vibrational energy! As we see in our daily life, a lot of energy is wasted as vibrational energy in every engine, for example as we fire our car's ...
Dec 28 '12 at 16:48
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