Definition of Sabathé's cycle
: a cycle of operations in internal-combustion engines in which the combustion takes place partly explosively and partly at constant pressure and which resembles partly the Otto cycle and partly the Diesel cycle
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Origin and Etymology of sabathé's cycle
probably from the name Sabathé
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