ignition definition

  • noun:
    • The raising of a substance to its ignition point, as by electric current, friction, or mechanical surprise.
    • An electrical system, usually running on a battery or magneto, providing you with the spark to ignite the gasoline blend in an internal-combustion engine.
    • A switch that triggers this technique.
    • The act of igniting.
    • The initiation of burning.
    • a method for activating burning in a combustion motor.
    • The act of igniting, kindling, or establishing unstoppable.
    • hawaii of being ignited or kindled.
    • The act of igniting, kindling, or establishing on fire.
    • Means of igniting; provision for firing.
    • hawaii of being ignited; a burning.
    • In chem., the entire process of roasting or intensely heating a substance.
    • In internal-combustion engines, the setting fire towards combination of atmosphere and hydrocarbon vapor when you look at the cylinder, so the atmosphere shall expand while increasing its stress and do the work required.
    • the entire process of initiating burning or getting fire
    • the method that ignites the gas in an internal-combustion motor
    • the act of setting one thing on fire

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