How much does it cost to fill up the new honda hydrogen fuel cell car (FCX Clarity)?
Honda won't say yet, but heres a guess. gasoline sells for $25/ MMBTU. Natural gas sell for $18/MMBTU. For every BTU of natural gas put into the H2 generator, you'll get 0.5 BTU. So, H2 will cost $40/mmbtu or 170% the price of gasoline. The good news, you'll get about 200% more miles per btu. Net, your fuel bill will drop 15% or $25/month, but your lease payment will be $200 more per month over a new lincolin continental. Your choice now, oh, you'll lower pollution by 15% for yor $175/month cost, remember the honda burns dirty sulphur spiked natural gas.
There are various types of diesel locomotives that Indian Railways use. They are classified into WDM, WDP, WDG, WDS. And all the information you are asking for, obviously, is different in each of these types of engines. WDM-2 engines are most commonly used.In WDM-2, there are further different kinds: WDM-2A, WDM-2B and WDM-2C (which is now called WDM-3A). All these are just modern variants of earlier engines, with newer technologies implemented. WDM-2A, for example, has air brakes in addition to vacuum brakes in the original.WDM series engines' tank have 5000 liter fuel capacity. The tank is positioned at the bottom of the engine, marked in pictures below.They refuel it at important stations, I think. I have seen CSTM - Howrah Gitanjali Express being refueled at Bhusawal Junction. According to IR's annual report, WDM-2A's fuel efficiency, with no bogies attached, is 0.56 liter/km. It obviously depends on the total load it is carrying.
I often wonder how people come up with these ‘how much…’ and ‘how many…’ type questions when the answer so obviously depends on HOW BIG something is or some other totally variable item.Simply stated, Fire Trucks have fuel tanks that carry ‘as many gallons of fuel’ as the ordering department request. And/or as many as the chassis is built to carry. And/or about 16 (pick a number that is more than 12) operating hours at full throttle. A ‘mini-pumper/attack pumper’ Type 3 I used to crew had a 25 gallon tank; a 1500 GPM Type 1 (full-sized, urban service) engine had a 90 gallon tank; a 2500 Gallon Tender Type 1 (tandem-axle tanker) had a 75 gallon tank; a A/S 32 P-2 Crash fire truck (FWD chassis, 8-wheel drive, two Continental 340hp gas engines, water and foam carried on board, 66,800 pounds fully loaded) had a 120 gallon tankFew fire trucks pump for more than 12 hours without service by the mechanics; larger fires and operations usually have mechanics and fuel deliveries as a part of their logistics plan.
yes. on some cars, refilling with the engine on (yes, people do that) is enough to set off an EVAP leak DTC which turns the check engine light on, because your fuel cap is off and engine is running. not tightening the cap after will cause the same light.tightening the cap will not shut the light off, you could either disconnect the battery for a second to a full minute; depending on the car, have it shut off using a scanner at a repair shop or dealership or allowing it time to shut off by itself which could take between 3 days to one month.(10 drive cycles or so, too much to explain, you can look it up if your really that interested)nothing bad will happen if that is the cause of the light and you decide to just leave it until it shuts off by itself.
No company or type in particular. All Indian fuel suppliers are regulated by the government to meet fuel standards right at the factory level. The question now becomes the level of adulteration that is done by the retailer. So it is important to find a company retailer whenever possible.The thing to keep in mind isPick one station and try to fill up your bike as much as possible there only. This should preferably a company owned pump or at least one that is reliable.If unable to fill up at the above mentioned station, stick to the same company. I.e. if above is ABC company fuel, then go to another ABC company fuel station. This is important because different companies have different additives in their fuel and it is simply easier to maintain the bike without mixing and matching additives.If you decide to high quality fuel (higher octane number or something of a particular additive mix) then avoid using regular or any other type of fuel. Purity level really affect the performance of the bike. For example, my friend switched from high octane to regular fuel on a bike trip (simply because we couldn't find high octane) and he had to go in for servicing in half the time he usually takes.Hope this helps in deciding your fuel choice. Ride Safe and Wear a Helmet
This is my opinion :The rate of generstor is kva1.You should convert kva to kw2.Kw *1 hour=kwh3.kwh=0.145 litersExample / 50 kva generator1- kva*0.8 ,kw= 50*0.8=40kw2- 40kw per hour = 40kwh3- To conver kwh to liters or how many liters does it use for 1 hourKwh=0.145 liters40kwh *0.145=5.8 liters for 1 hour
Many people simply can't afford to do so.Let me tell you a little story back from my not-so-distant childhood:My mother always tried to give me a life where I couldn't feel that we lacked anything. And she did pretty well. Even though she broke down crying while searching for the last penny in our jackets' pockets after I'd gone to sleep so she could put food on the table tomorrow, I never felt a thing. My father left us in a huge debt (he has since destroyed 3 other families, but that is another story). My mom worked as an elementary school teacher, and was paid a horrifically low salary.After some great help from my grandmother, we finally managed to scrape up enough money to buy a car for my mom to commute to the small village where the school was. I always noticed that she only filled a couple of liters at a time at the gas stations - I never understood why. She always made up excuses.The secret was revealed to me. In 2008, she left the teaching job at the school. In 2010, she got another, but this time it was a private nursery/english club. She finally could do what her passion was: teach English without any administrative duties, and without having to constantly wrestle (and I literally mean almost wrestle) the village gypsy kids, who gave 0 fucks about learning. She finally had a good salary. And after 10 years of my life, we filled a full tank of gas. And she explained to me how during the past years, had to choose between feeding me and risking running out of fuel.Luckily, we no longer have any financial issues. We are debt free now. When the last debt was paid off, we gathered all the documents that made our life hell, and burnt them in a huge fire. We felt so relieved, that we broke down crying. We were finally free.And we can now afford to pump a full tank of gas every time…… or we could, but the fuel line is broken, and anything above approx. the 5/6 line spills out of the tank, so there is no point in wasting gas by getting it spilled. R. I. P. Fuel Tank 2005–2017Edit: Thanks to Dawn Chua for corrections!
How much gas to fill up a lincoln navigator?
about a week and a half. most vehicles just pour fuel down the throttle body when they are cold and warming up. please invest in an engine block heater.
Let me try and explain you how Fuels and Tanks work:The volume of air in the tank is called “ullage”… which usually is a mixture of Air and Fuel vapors. The Petrol evaporates as room temprature and hence, no matter what is the color of the Petrol Tank, the Petrol (Gasoline) converts to vapors. Now, another factor is, the more the ullage, the more volume of vapors will be there in the tank. For example, if a Petrol Tank capacity is 10 Ltrs. then, when you fill it to the top, there is virtually no space/Air (or ullage) in the tank. There is no room for vapors to be formed. However, in order to have tanks, there are small pin holes in the lids that allow an vapors to escape in case of higher tank pressure compared to atmospheric pressure. Let’s say, you have consumed half of the fuel and now you have 5 ltrs of petrol, then the remaining volume will be saturated with Fuel and air mixture maintaining a pressure balance inside the tank. Now, the possibility of an explosion of a Fuel Tank is as remote as finding an alien driving a bike on our roads. Such explosions simply cannot happen unless you make the tank air tight and put it on a stove/burner just to crack the tank. Further, the weakest joint/seal wold open up averting any possibility of an explosion.Coming to the question… “YES”, it is absolutely safe to fill your tanks in Bikes or Cars to the top during summer season as there is no possibility of an explosion of the tank. The lesser the ullage in the tank, the lesser would be vapors and hence less loss of product vapors.Working in the industry, we install Vapor Recovery systems in order to save environment (vapors releasing in air causing air pollution or possibly Health issues or flash fires) than to save fuel itself. It takes more than 11 years just to recover the initial costs of such equipment and it simply does not make sense economically.