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influence of cool engines on car fuel consumption.

B. D. Armstrong

influence of cool engines on car fuel consumption.

by B. D. Armstrong

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Published by Transport and Road Research Laboratory, Vehicles and System Assessment Division, Assessment Division in Crowthorne, Berks .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesSupplementary reports / Transport and Road Research Laboratory -- 822, Supplementary reports (Transport and Road Research Laboratory) -- 822.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13955433M

Fuel Economy in Major Car Markets looks at fuel economy development in the period for the Global Fuel Economy Initiative (GFEI). It shows that the average amount of fuel required to travel km improved by % in and , down from 2% per year between and   I would figure that ~80% of the energy the pump uses will end up heating the fuel, but then you have to consider the mass of fuel you are starting with (takes XX minutes to heat XX lbs of fuel XX degrees), the cooling affect of the metal fuel lines, heat absorption in the engine compartment, etc. Very difficult to predict.

Fuel economy at steady speeds with selected vehicles was studied in The most recent study indicates greater fuel efficiency at higher speeds than earlier studies; for example, some vehicles achieve better fuel economy at km/h (62 mph) rather than at 70 km/h (43 mph), although not their best economy, such as the Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera with the LN2 L engine, which has its.   The first database consisted of vehicles from Car and Driver’s highway-fuel-economy test, a mile interstate slog run at an average .

  It features larger-diameter pipes and free-flowing mufflers to better scavenge exhaust gas from the engine. Better exhaust scavenging lets the engine pull a fresh air/fuel charge into the cylinder heads more quickly, which improves both power and mileage. A cat-back will make your car sound pretty cool.   Veloster combines an aggressively styled front grill with a liter engine that sips fuel with the best of them (40 mpg on the highway). But it drives with spunk, thanks in part to the fact that.


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Influence of cool engines on car fuel consumption by B. D. Armstrong Download PDF EPUB FB2

A national sample of car diaries, collected with the National Travel Survey inhas made it possible to make a new estimate of the effect of cool engines on fuel consumption. For the first time it has been possible to make a detailed allowance for the effect of trips which start with the engine already warm.

Measuring fuel consumption. Several things influence how much fuel a vehicle uses (and how quickly), including the engine parameters, weight, aerodynamic drag, and rolling resistance. Fuel consumption is measured around the world using a ratio of distance traveled per unit of fuel used.

There are two general methods, using a fixed distance or a. Recommendation Because differences in the fuel consumption of vehicles relate directly to fuel savings, the labeling on new cars and light-duty trucks should include information on the gallons of fuel consumed per miles traveled in addition to the already-supplied data on fuel economy so that consumers can become familiar with fuel.

Fuel consumption is a normal phenomenon with internal combustion engines in cars because they burn fuel to get the energy to propel a vehicle. This book presents the papers from the Internal Combustion Engines: Performance, fuel economy and emissions held in London, UK.

This popular international conference from the Institution of Mechanical Engineers provides a forum for IC engine experts looking closely at developments for personal transport applications, though many of the drivers.

The internal combustion engine is widely used in applications ranging from marine propulsion to generating powers in small hand-held tools. Car passenger engine is a lightweight engine with compact fuel storage.

The chapter also discusses the spread of passenger car engines. The engine is combusting less fuel due to the warm air, improving fuel economy. During winter, the reverse is true--denser air encourages the engine to chuck in more fuel, boosting performance and. One of the most overlooked systems of a car is the cooling system.

Its job is eliminate damaging heat from the engine and keep the temperature in the range that is optimal for engine performance. How this helps with fuel efficiency is that the engine doesn’t have work harder than necessary, saving valuable gas, to perform as it was designed.

Cars use the most fuel during initial acceleration; so if your trip is short or involves a lot of stops then you will inevitably use more fuel. In addition, aggressive driving where you accelerate hard and brake late; causes you to flood the engine with extra fuel and therefore use more.

The A6 TDI's excellent fuel economy and acceleration also mean highway cruising is a breeze. It goes far on a single tank, and the torque-rich turbodiesel V-6 makes passing a non-issue.

This alteration dramatically reduces the drag and improves fuel efficiency. If the D8 is designed and implemented as planned all over the world, it will have huge potential to reduce aviation related fuel consumption and will potentially reduce emissions up to 66% in 20 years.

It will also lead to: 37% less fuel consumption than passenger jets. The Most Powerful Fuel Efficient Engines By Brent Dunn When shopping for a new car, there often comes a time when you have to choose between power and fuel economy.

The new optional engine is a twin-turbo liter V6, as opposed to the twin-turbo liter in the old car. The new engine makes hp and lb-ft of torque, increases of 10 hp and 15 lb-ft of.

The chapter begins with a review of the history of interest in vehicle fuel economy and the effect of tires on fuel consumption. Rolling resistance, which is the main source of the tire’s influence on fuel consumption, is then explained. The fuel and air mixture is commonly premixed in a carburetor.

Figure shows how engine power and fuel consumption depend on equivalence ratio over the range commonly used in internal combustion engines. Ratios below and above gen­ erally are not combustible on the time scales available in reciprocating engines. The. Looking at some of the new technology that improves fuel economy by just a few miles per gallon may not seem like much, but keep in mind that with almost all cars on the road using gasoline engines, small improvements have big impact nationwide.

Currently, electric and hybrid cars only make up about 2 percent of the cars on the road. For decades, top class dragsters have used "cool cans" packed with ice to superchill the gasoline, which produces a nice, cold, dense air/fuel mixture at the carburetors.

Efficiency is tossed out the window along with engine life, as unevaporated fuel tends to wash oil off the cylinder walls, but the engine only has to last for a few seconds in. The most efficient engine operating point is P 2, with the BSFC in the area of g/kWh.P 1 and P 3 have the same brake specific fuel consumption even if the engine is operating at different speed and load.

The most inefficient (highest BSFC) operating point is P Example – How to calculate the BSFC. Let’s take as example a liter, 4-stroke spark ignited internal combustion engine. Unmaintained engines can also add to poor mpg performance.

Save Money with a new fuel pump assembly from Other applications This principle not only applies to cars, but other vehicles as well. Recently airlines have been slowing down their planes in an effort to ease fuel consumption. Fuel Usage and Fuel Consumption Monitoring 1.

Introduction Fuel (Gas) pricing growing and growing and reaching record levels. Yours vehicle fleet (special machinery) require more and more money on fuel costs. Your earnings slowly, but steadily declining. You do not have the opportunity to influence the growth of fuel prices, but to reduce the.

reducing fuel consumption, researchers at MIT forecast fuel consumption reductions of 32 to 44% for gasoline vehicles by (MIT ). compact car compact car – standard engine compact car – performance engine Number of cylinders 4 4 4 Engine displacement L L L Engine power 50 hp hp hp.So even when the car is sitting still it uses quite a lot of fuel.

Cars get the very worst mileage at 0 mph; they use gasoline but don't cover any miles. When you put the car in drive and start moving at say 1 mph, the car uses only a tiny bit more fuel, because the road load is very small at 1 mph.

At this speed the car uses about the same. The lighter the load, the lower the fuel consumption and emissions. An extra pounds in the trunk reduces a typical car's fuel economy by 1 to 2 .