Everyone, we must suck at finding SuperChargers that are in progress! To hear him talk about it there must be dozens or even a hundred in progress! I remember the end of , there was a new SuperCharger going live every other day I'd like to see us in that mode again! I wish Tesla would show the sites that are under construction on their SuperCharger map. I can understand why they wouldn't show it before construction starts but after they get going what would be the harm???
Large amount of oil sucked into supercharger? | hostalaquimequedo.com
An ordinary four-stroke engine dedicates one stroke to the process of air intake. There are three steps in this process: The piston moves down. This creates a vacuum. Air at atmospheric pressure is sucked into the combustion chamber.
OK, I will have a go When you are sucking air into the engine to mix with fuel for combustion, the amount of air depends on the ambient air pressure. This means you are limiting the power you can get from each piston stroke, because you can't physically get any more air into the cylinders. As you fly at higher altitude, the air pressure is less, so your aircraft actually loses power as you climb The 'fix' is to run a very high speed pump which actually compresses the air before it's sucked into the cylinder.
There’s a good argument that could be made (which no one in his administration could be bothered to make that a Presidential visit with all of the security and associated ancillary duties would be too disruptive for our forces in Iraq and Afghanistan-they’re not very large anymore, spread thinly over those countries without any large concentration these days, and don’t need to be disrupted by the prep such a visit would entail.