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The internal combustion engine is not quite dead – yet. According to the New York Times, turbocharged engines can be more efficient using water injection. The basic principle is that by cooling combustion temperatures and reducing the tendency of the fuel-air mixture to fire erratically, water injection allows engineers to increase an engine’s compression ratio, or reduce engine size, that way increasing its efficiency.

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