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REHello Again (D-Dial slang)
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REreinsurance
RERound End
REReverse Engineering
REReunion Island (ISO country code, top level domain)
RERetained Earnings
REReasonable Efforts
RERegular Expression (formal language theory)
RERuntime Environment
REReggio Emilia (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
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RERelative Error
RERhenium
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RERecovery Environment (Microsoft)
RERevised Estimate
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REResponsible Entity (various locations)
REReynolds Number (inertia force/viscous force)
RERuntime Engine
RERestriction Endonuclease
REReproductive Endocrinologist
REResource Element
REReportable Event
RERegionalexpreß (German train)
REReliability Enhancement
REReservoir Engineer
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RERecursively Enumerable (formal language theory/recursion theory/computability theory)
RERadiated Emissions (standard for defense electronics)
RERadiation Equipment
RERailroad Easement
REReceive Element
REReduction of Error (statistics)
RERefusal of Employment
REResonant Engineering
RERetinol Equivalent
RERenovación Española (Spanish: Spanish Renewal; political movement)
RERadio Éireann (Irish Radio pre-1966)
RERemedial Engineering
RERadio Enclosure
REEmitter Resistance (transistors)
RERelationship Episode
RERadium Emanation
RERadiation Element
RERegistered Electrologist
RErodding eye (mechanical services)
RERecycle Acid
REDirectorate for Readiness
RERoyal Society of Etchers & Engravers
RERDF/Ethernet
REUS Revenue Cordials or Wines (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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The next rotary engine has been named SKYACTIV-R, expressing the company's determination to take on challenges with convention-defying aspirations and the latest technology, just as it did when developing SKAYCTIV TECHNOLOGY.
The Rotary engine comes in two power outputs; 192hp (Lo-Power) or 231hp (Hi-Power).
The Panu-Stanescu rotary engine is a heat rotary piston engine, Romanian letters-patent of engineers Mihai Panu and Gheorghe Stanescu.
We're pleased to deliver these hydrogen rotary engine vehicles for fleet use in these two companies, which are participating in the Japan Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Demonstration Project (JHFC) and are actively engaged in advancing further uses of hydrogen energy," said RX-8 Hydrogen RE development program manager Akihiro Kashiwagi.
REGI said development and testing of the application is being overseen by REGI vice president Brian Cherry and two mechanics with more than 10 years experience with Mazda rotary engines.
Gas turbines, and all other kinds of jet engines, are not rotary engines at all.
Mazda began work on Wankel's rotary engine in 1961 and has since built over 1.
The RX-8's power plant is a rotary engine, an engine long associated with Mazda who have produced 19 rotary powered vehicles (including the world's only rotary powered bus in the 1970s) since launching their first rotary car, the Cosmo Sport, in 1967.
MAZDA has outlined details of its next generation Renesis rotary engine to power the stunning new RX-8.
3 litre rotary engine driving the rear wheels via a five speed gearbox with a short throw change.
The pinhead-sized micro rotary engine will be chemically etched out of a combination of thermally-resistant silicon, silicon carbide and polysilicon, using microprocessing technology.