Views: 2 Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 2020-06-03 Origin: Site
When fuel burns, it converts chemical energy into mechanical energy. Only part of the energy is converted into useful work. People always hope that the higher the thermal efficiency, the better.
In 1976, the thermal efficiency was 35%, the fuel consumption rate was 29%, the total energy was 29%, and the exhaust system was 180g/PS·h; in 1981, the thermal efficiency was 36%, and the fuel consumption rate was 32%. The cooling system was 7% and the radiation was 176g/PS·h.
The 32% useful output has specific standards for diesel fuel requirements, and has specific requirements for its sulfur content, carbon content, freezing point, and 16 alkanes.
The temperature in winter is cold, and the diesel fuel supply system should be selected according to the temperature requirements