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Low Beam vs High Beam   Low beam and high beam are the terms used for the different light beams thrown by the headlamps of an automobile on the road and all objects ahead of it. Headlamps are switched on during the night only though they are also on when the weather is inclement to let others know about the... 
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Golf vs Polo   To someone not aware of the fact that these are names of car models made by German auto giant Volkswagen, the title of this article might look absurd because polo is a royal sport played on elephants while golf is the most popular ball game after soccer around the world. There are many similarities... 
Difference Between Static Stability and Dynamic Stability
Static Stability vs Dynamic Stability   Generally the stability of an aircraft is defined as the aircraft’s ability to sustain a specific, prescribed flight condition. The concept of stability is closely related to the equilibrium of the aircraft. If the net forces and moments exerted on the aircraft is... 
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Subsonic vs Supersonic   The velocity of the air flow plays a critical role in determining the characteristic of air flow. Air flowing at low speeds can be considered as a viscous fluid with incompressible properties, like water. When the velocity of the air flow increases, the properties related to the compressibility... 
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Flaps vs Ailerons   Any aircraft is controlled mainly by the moveable surfaces fixed at the edges of the aircraft wings. Changing the position of any surface creates an unbalanced force or a couple around the center of the gravity of the aircraft and aircraft moves accordingly. There are two important moveable... 
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Airbus A380 vs Boeing 747   In their race for dominance in the commercial airliner market, Boeing and Airbus produced two very large aircrafts, revolutionizing the commercial aviation. They are able to carry more than 400 passenger and able to fly Trans-Atlantic without refueling. The development costs are enormous... 
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Airbus A380 vs Boeing 787 Dreamliner   The Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner are the newest commercial aircrafts designed and built by Airbus (EU) and Boeing (USA). Airbus A380 was introduced to commercial aviation with Singapore Airlines in October 2007, and the Boeing 787 made its first commercial flight... 
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Crew Cab vs Extended Cab   Before we look into different types of cabs, especially crew cab and extended cab, it is pertinent to know a bit about cabs and then about their nomenclature as given by auto manufacturers. This is because it is easy to be confused when you go to market to decide between different... 
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Car vs Motorcycle   There have been many attempts to compare and differentiate between car and motorcycle in the past. How do you differentiate two different modes of transportation, which have been around for long and have helped billions across the world, to reach their destinations faster and more comfortably?... 
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Economy vs Compact Cars   There are many different types of cars available in the market, and to make it easier for people when they look for a car, to match their requirements, cars are divided into several categories from small family cars to high-end luxury cars. Economy and compact cars are two categories... 
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Air Brake vs Oil Brake   There are two main braking systems used in vehicles. Those are Air brake system and Oil (or hydraulic) brake system. Air brake uses air as the working medium and oil brakes use oil or hydraulic fluid as the working medium. Normally oil brake system is used for light vehicles such... 
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Spark Ignition vs Compression Ignition | Compression Ignition Engines (CI engines) vs Spark Ignition Engines (SI engines)   Spark and compression ignitions are totally different mechanical technologies that are used in engines. Engines that use spark ignition technology are called as spark ignition engines (SI... 
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Diesel Engine vs Petrol Engine   Diesel and petrol are the main engines we have in the automotive industry today, and both are internal combustion engines. There are so many debates and swordplays about diesel and petrol engines, as both have advantages as well as disadvantages. Diesel engine uses a compression... 
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Four Stroke vs Two Stroke Engines   Both gasoline and diesel engines are available in either two-stroke or four-stroke format. Stroke means the movement of the piston that is inside the engine. In two stroke engines, there is only one stroke in to each direction. It has a compression stroke as well as an exhaust... 
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Gasoline vs Diesel   Gasoline and diesel are the most common automobile fuels and have a never-ending demand. Both of the fuels have pros and cons of using it. In terms of environmental safety, both are harmful. However, they have become essential requirements in today’s world. Gasoline Gasoline is a mixture... 
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Gasoline Power vs Electric Power Cars   As the name suggests, gasoline power cars and electric power cars use different power sources to move the car. Gasoline cars have an internal combustion engine, and it burns the fuel inside the engine and gives the power. In electric cars, there is a battery pack that... 
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