Useful Long forms of Automobile and Mechanical terms

Useful Long forms of Automobile and Mechanical terms

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CRDi – (Common Rail Direct Injection)
TDi – (Turbocharged Direct Ignition)
DTS-i – (Digital Twin Spark Ignition)
VTVT – (Variable Timing Valve Train)
MPFI – (Multi point fuel injection)
ABS – (Anti Lock Braking)
SOHC – ( Single OverHead Camshaft)
DOHC – (Double Overhead Camshaft)
SUV – (Sport Utility Vehicle)
MUV – (Multi Utility Vehicle)
SAE – (Society of Automotive Engineers)
HCV – (Heavy Commercial Vehicle)
LCV – (Light Commercial Vehicle)
CVTi – (Charged motion Variable Time Ignition)
CCVTI – (Controlled Combustion Variable Timing Ignition)
EBD – (Electronic Brakeforce Distribution)
BHP – ( Brake Horse Power)
BMEP – (Brake Mean Effective Pressure)
BSFC – (Brake Specific Fuel Consumption
CC – (Cubic Capacity)
CDI – (Capacitor Discharge Ignition)
C.I ENGINE – (Compression Ignition Engine)
CNG – (Compressed Natural Gas)
DFI – (Digital Fuel Injection)
DI ENGINE – (Direct Injection Engine)
EC ENGINE – (External Combustion Engine)
FHP – (Frictional Horse Power)
GVW – (Gross Vehicle Weight)
HVAC – (Heating ventilating and Air Conditioning)
IC ENGINE – (Internal Combustion Engine)
IHP – (Indicated Horse Power)
IMEP – (Indicated Mean Effective Pressure)
ISFC – (Indicated Specific Fuel Consumption)
Kph – (Kilometer Per Hour)
Kpl – (Kilometer Per Liter)
OHV – (Over Head Valve)
SFC – (Specific Fuel Consumption)
SI ENGINE – (Spark Ignition Engine)
VDB – (Ventilated Disc Brake)
VVTi – (Variable Valve Timing)
4WD – (Four Wheel Drive(FWD)
2WD – (Two Wheel Drive)
TC – (Traction Control)
ESC -(Electronic Stability Control)
ARAI -(Automotive Research Association of India)
EGR -(Exhaust Gas Recirculation)
EVRV -(Electronic Vacuum Regulator Valve)
WGT -(Waste Gas Turbocharger)
VGT – Variable Geometry Turbocharger)


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Sachin Thorat

Sachin is a B-TECH graduate in Mechanical Engineering from a reputed Engineering college. Currently, he is working in the sheet metal industry as a designer. Additionally, he has interested in Product Design, Animation, and Project design. He also likes to write articles related to the mechanical engineering field and tries to motivate other mechanical engineering students by his innovative project ideas, design, models and videos.

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