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HHO Acronyms
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fulcrum Offline

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HHO Acronyms
I'm a noob, so as I've been pouring over various HHO sites, I've been listing out the popular acronyms. So below is a list of those acronyms I've found.

For you Pros, please feel free to add any additional clean acronyms that would help us noobs out. I'm sure I missed several obvious ones.

AFR: Air Fuel Ratio
CEL: Check Engine Light
ECU: Electronic Computing Unit
FE: Fuel Efficiency
HHO: Hydroxy Gas - Consisting of -H, -H, & +O
HOD: Hydrogen On Demand
IAC: Idle Air Control
KOH: Potassium Hydroxide (Chemical Formula)
MAFS: Mass Air Flow Sensor
MAPS: Mass Air Pressure Sensor
MPG: Miles Per Gallon
NaOH: Sodium Hydroxide (Chemical Formula)
OBD: On Board Diagnostice
OU: Over Unity
PWM: Pulse Width Modulator
TPS: Throttle Position Sensor
SS: Stainless Steel
W4G: Water For Gas forum...
WFC: Water Fuel Cell


01-26-2010 09:02 PM
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RE: HHO Acronyms
These all information is really very nice to know about the a acronyms there are lots of advantages are provided for the better to add any thing and good for these HHO acronyms .

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RE: HHO Acronyms
Acronyms and initialisms are abbreviations formed from the initial components in a phrase or a word. These components may be individual letters (as in CEO) or parts of words (as in Benelux and Ameslan). There is no universal agreement on the precise definition of the various terms (see nomenclature), nor on written usage (see orthographic styling). While popular in recent English, such abbreviations have historical use in English as well as other languages. As a type of word formation process, acronyms and initialisms are viewed as a subtype of blending.

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