of or relating to an internal-combustion engine.
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Gas-powered internal combustion engines were pretty much the only way to move a car from one place to another.
In attempting to compete against the internal combustion engine, Tesla may have to do something similar.Tesla’s Radical Patent Move is a Plot to Take Over the Road | Daniel Gross | June 15, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
But it's also possible that if we properly priced carbon, the internal combustion would remain the favored technology.Would Putting a Price on Carbon Pave the Way for Electric Cars? | Megan McArdle | January 22, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
This progress was not accomplished by reinventing the internal combustion engine.
Now it is time for us to say goodbye to the internal combustion engine.
It represents the greatest possible utilization of the power of heat in an internal-combustion engine.
These illustrations also permit of obtaining a good idea of the variety of forms internal combustion engines are made in.
The ideal internal combustion motor, is the one having the most uniform turning movement with the least mechanical friction loss.
Fortunately, the development of the internal-combustion motor was not delayed by the lack of suitable fuel.
The improvements noted in the modern internal combustion motors have been due to many conditions.