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Introduction to Fuel Systems

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jonathan nicholls

on 15 October 2014

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Transcript of Introduction to Fuel Systems

Introduction to Fuel Systems
Task 3 - Stoichiometric Ratio
What is the ideal air fuel ratio for petrol and diesel?
Define a rich and lean mixture
What controls the air/fuel ratio?
What is the impact of a rich and lean mixture on emissions?
Task 4 - Knock
What is engine knock?
What produces engine knock?
What impact does a higher octane rating have on knock?
Task 2 - Counting Calories
You know that when fuel mixes with air it can combust. What is the amount of energy that a mass of fuel can produce when it is burnt called?

What is the CV value for petrol and diesel?
Task 1 - Fuel and Combustion
Where does petrol and diesel come from?
Draw a diagram of a typical furnace that is used to extract petrol and diesel and explain it basic operation
Fuel and Combustion
When you start driving you will very quickly realise that filling up your car with fuel is expensive business. Have you ever thought about what is in it and what are you getting for your hard earned money?
Tasks for today 13:30-14:30

Look at the 4 tasks in this Prezi sheet.

Some of it was discussed on monday, other parts will be brand new to you.

During the course of the hour, complete a fact sheet associated with fuel systems containing the answers to the four tasks shown in this presentation.

Email me your completed work by the end of the session.
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