BSFC

AcronymDefinition
BSFCBurden Scale for Family Caregivers (mental health)
BSFCBishops Stortford Football Club (UK)
BSFCBrake Specific Fuel Consumption (amount of fuel consumed by an engine divided by its power output)
BSFCBihar State Financial Corporation (est. 1954; India)
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In the last 12 months alone, BSFC students have accounted for more than 25 per cent of the programme.
The decreasing in BSFC correlated with a small increasing of engine's effective power, are the immediate effect of a more appropriate ignition timing (that are influenced by the value of isentropic bulk modulus) of ultrasonic biodiesel conditioned, to that of diesel fuel.
The following year, the students managed to pull together $100,000 and created their own business that upheld their moral values: the BSFC.
The BSFC at 20 % load for 1200 and 1600 rpm was high and then reduced for 40, 60, 80 and 100% loads is plotted in the figure 10.
Clients are able to deal with a wide variety of concerns using BSFC if they are able to set a goal for change, are motivated to make change in their lives (Prochaska, 1999), and agree to time-limited counseling (Gingerich & Eisengart, 2000).
CNG Transmission has developed a system of special operating parameters called BSFC deviation that measures the current, actual performance of the engine against the performance during the test program, which was expected to be at perfect conditions with properly operating equipment.
2 bar, decreases the BSFC (or brake specific fuel consumption) up to 14 percent, as a simultaneous increase occurs in the engine's power BMEP (or brake mean effective pressure) by 140 percent.
If you have exams coming up, but are not fortunate enough to be a student at BSFC, joining a well-run martial arts school is worth considering.
where: BSFC is the brake specific fuel consumption (g/kWh); and [m.
x], Smoke, and BSFC in a Diesel Engine Fueled by Biodiesel Emulsion with Used Frying Oil", SAE paper 1999-01-3598.