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Gasoline (petrol) and diesel are extracted from the same raw material – crude oil—and pass through various levels of refinement. Yet, they have different thermal characteristics, making them suitable for very different purposes. For example, diesel has a higher density than gasoline, which makes it more energy-intensive. Due to this, less diesel is required to produce the same energy output as gasoline. Similarly, diesel engines are bulky, and typically consist of longer piston strokes, so they can’t reach high RPMs without incurring a lot of mechanical strain. This causes a loss in the total power output, although diesel's benefit from the tremendous torque that is generally lacking in gasoline engines. In this video, we compare a number of features of diesel and gasoline engines to look at which fuel is better, or in other words, is there really a better fuel? 0:00 Introduction 1:15 Fuel Characteristics - Calorific Value 1:47 Fuel Characteristics - Nature 2:22 Fuel Characteristics - Emissions 3:14 Engine Characteristics - Construction 3:54 Engine Characteristics - Performance 4:35 Engine Characteristics - Application 4:59 Performance and Costs - Fuel Efficiency 5:33 Performance and Costs - Maintenance Costs 5:50 Performance and Costs - Fuel Costs 6:14 Conclusion #gasoline #diesel #betterfuel SUBSCRIBE to get more such science videos! 🤍 Follow us on Twitter! 🤍 Follow us on Facebook! 🤍 Follow us on Instagram! 🤍 Follow us on LinkedIn! 🤍 Follow our Website! 🤍
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In this video I discuss and show the differences between Jet-A, Diesel, Heating Oil, Kerosine, Avgas (100LL), and Gasoline. I made this video because many people think Jet fuel is super dangerous when infact regular Gasoline burns easier.
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Diesel prices reached all-time highs in March of 2022. Gasoline prices may hit consumers directly, but diesel prices are driving up the costs of all kinds of goods. They are also hurting the trucking industry, which is dominated by small businesses. Consumers notice spiking gasoline prices every time they drive to the pump. But energy industry analysts say the current spike in diesel prices is historic — and is pushing up the cost of all kinds of goods. Diesel prices are hovering around all-time highs, forced upward by the same circumstances that have fueled gasoline’s rise. “The price of diesel is probably the bigger headline here,” said Patrick De Haan, head of petroleum analysis for GasBuddy. Nearly everything people buy is at some point freighted in a vehicle powered by a diesel engine. Ships and barges, trains, trucks and even some airplanes run on diesel fuel. Diesel hit an all-time high of $5.135 on March 12, according to AAA. As of April 27, the price was only slightly lower at $5.093. That increase is hitting consumer prices hard, says Moody’s Analytics chief economist Mark Zandi, who notes that diesel has had a significant factor in rising inflation. It is also hitting truckers hard. Truckers who used to spend about $10,000 a week on fuel now are spending closer to $18,000 a week. Freight industry analysts suspect the very fragmented and volatile trucking industry will likely experience another severe recession. Some are even calling it a “bloodbath.” “We see when fuel surges as much as it has over the past couple of months, that’s usually when we see a lot of trucking bankruptcies follow,” said Craig Fuller, founder and CEO of Freightwaves, an industry data tracker. That amounts to bad news for the nearly 2 million trucking companies in America, the vast majority of which are small businesses with just a handful of trucks. “These small operators that live essentially on the cash flow of their trucking operations are not prepared and don’t have the balance sheets or the cash position to absorb these instantaneous shocks to their cash flow,” Fuller said. » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC Why Diesel Is Driving Up The Cost Of Everything
What about premium diesel fuels, how do they work? We should go the full Sir David Attenborough and look at the ecosystem, in which an unholy trinity rules the diesel roost. You’ve got the vehicle manufacturers, the fuel companies and the government. A triangle of weasels, packed tight with mutual distrust and tri-lateral contempt. Yet the vehicles are useless without the fuels, and the fuels have no purpose without the vehicles. And of course without the government there would be many more unemployed lawyer arseholes on the street, begging in bad Armani. Vehicles are designed to run on a particular kind of fuel - and those particulars are defined by a technical standard. The fuel is manufactured to meet that standard. And, hypothetically, the government cracks the whip. Here in ‘Straya the applicable standard for diesel is driven by a piece of legislation with the catchy name: Fuel Standard (Automotive Diesel) Determination 2001. In total there are 19 different physical properties in the standard for diesel - things like cetane number and cetane index (which is - kinda - like octane rating for gasoline). There’s density, viscosity, lubricity, conductivity, water content and flashpoint (attention fez-wearing terrorists everywhere: diesel is a crap fuel for a Molotov cocktail - flashpoint 61.5 degrees C - which is also why it’s so much safer for remote area refuelling from a jerry can - just saying). There’s also limits for impurities in that legislation - five per cent maximum biodiesel content (which is undeclared if it’s in there). Ash, carbon residue, water and sediment, and of course: sulphur content (10 parts per million - currently). That’s almost a homeopathy treatment dose for sulphur, right there. The point is: Your diesel engine is designed to run on diesel fuel that meets this standard. And it cannot be sold here unless it meets the standard. And this means the truth about premium diesel is 95 per cent marketing bullshit. Your diesel will run happily on any automotive diesel sold at a bowser. Truck diesel relates to the pump - which offers a fatter nozzle and a higher volume flow rate. Anyway, a contemporary modern long-haul truck is a very hi-tech healthy six-figure asset in a cutthroat business where every cent of operating cost really matters. Any suggestion that truck diesel might be in some way inferior is categorically nuts, when you think about it. Unlike premium gasoline, which offers a higher octane rating than regular, and therefore a slight performance or economy benefit, there is no cetane rating jump with premium diesel. Engine performance will remain the same on premium diesel. Premium diesel’s alleged benefits are … fluffy … at best. It has an allegedly superior additive package that is allegedly designed to make your engine allegedly cleaner. Whatever that means. It’s BP’s piranhas all over again. And it foams less on re-filling. Shell says its Diesel Extra premium offering will help you (quote) “use less fuel” but there’s a disclaimer there should you read the fine print: Actual fuel savings and other product benefits will vary depending on age and condition of engine. Shell Diesel Extra is designed to avoid rising fuel consumption over the lifetime of your vehicle by helping to keep your engine running in accordance with manufacturer's specifications. Finally, there are a few different flavours of diesel across regions and seasons in Australia and they all have to do with a thing called the ‘cloud point’. If you want to understand cloud point, get a bottle of olive oil and put it in the refrigerator. Come back in an hour or so. Olive oil starts to turn to wax at about four or five degrees C. Put it back in the pantry - the clouds of wax in the oil disappear. That’s the cloud point. Diesel does the same thing. And wax in diesel is of course undesirable because it doesn’t flow down the fuel lines. That’s kinda bad, if you want your engine to start. So they tweak the chemistry of diesel to reduce the cloud point in colder regions according to a standard called AS 3570 - 1998. The maximum permitted cloud point is typically about 15 degrees C in warmer regions in summer. But it drops to minus three degrees in colder places in winter. What often happens is that the fuel in the capital cities at this time of year has a cloud point of zero or minus one degrees. And that’s what’s in the tank, doing a good impersonation of being quasi solid, because the ambient temperature is lower than the cloud point. If you had arranged instead to arrive at the ski fields in a low-fuel state and filled up - most likely with a fuel like Caltex Alpine Diesel - the cloud point of which is well below zero - your vehicle's reliability would not be compromised by the fuel effectively turning to wax overnight.
I read an article recently about a fueling station in California that had accidentally put diesel into their gasoline tanks. Several vehicle owners had to have their vehicles repaired as a result of this mix up. In this video I talk about what happens to your engine and fuel system when you put diesel where gas should go. I also talk about what happens when you put gasoline in your Diesel engine. If you’re curious about this topic, watch the video and find out what happens. My Patreon Account: 🤍 The best place for answers to your automotive questions: 🤍 Check out the ETCG Blog for the latest info: 🤍 Check out my ETCG1 channel: 🤍 Thanks for watching! Links The article that started this video: 🤍 Related article: 🤍 Related Videos How to Check Fuel Pressure: 🤍 How To Replace a Fuel Pump: 🤍 Octane Ratings Explained: 🤍 What’s Inside an Electric Fuel Pump?: 🤍 Decarbonizing Your Engine with Water: 🤍 Understanding and Testing Thermostats: 🤍 Answers to your automotive questions found here: 🤍 Social Network Links Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Wanna see more stuff like this from ETCG? Information on Premium Membership: 🤍 Stay Dirty #ETCGVideo ETCG Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. EricTheCarGuy assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. EricTheCarGuy recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of EricTheCarGuy, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not EricTheCarGuy®.
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In this video we finally discuss the Diesel Fuel system in a class format that started 2 years ago with the Diesel Engines 101 class. This video discusses the basic principles of the fuel nozzle, high pressure pump, MUI fuel system and lays a basic foundation for the next class on the electronic fuel systems. Adeptape🤍yahoo.com on PayPal for donations and the same email for questions. You can help support the channel by clicking the Amazon Affiliate links: Precision Instruments 1/2" Torque Wrench: 🤍 Precision Instruments 3/8" Torque Wrench: 🤍
We talk to industry experts about all things diesel on this episode of Fuel Your Mind! Fuel Your Mind is proud to present a deep dive into everything about diesel fuel that you need to know. From where diesel comes from to cetane to how water can affect your diesel system. _ Take a look at our other videos: 🤍 Check out our products at: 🤍 Visit our Facebook: 🤍 If you have any video ideas, email them to Video🤍hotshotsecret.com _ TIMESTAMP 0:00 Intro 1:04 How is Diesel Fuel Made? 2:57 What is Cetane? 5:52 What does Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel do to my Engine? 10:08 Why are there Microbes in my Diesel? 12:28 Why is there Water in my Diesel Fuel? 15:23 When does Diesel start to Destabilize? 18:35 Why does Diesel Gel? 21:24 Internal Diesel Injector Deposits 23:00 Detergents in Diesel Fuel 23:50 Corrosion and Rust
Welcome back to the channel. In this video, I cover the basics of "black diesel" or waste petroleum oils as an alternative fuel. Feel free to drop questions and such in the comments section and I'll do my best to respond. If a question needs a more detailed answer, I'll likely make a video on the subject. We will be posting more videos in the future about alternative fuels from collection /processing to actual use. #blackdiesel #wmo #veggie #wvo #alternativefuel #diesel #cummins #IDI #ford #IH #dieselshortage #biodiesel #blackfuel #fuel
As we all know, diesel is an easily combustible fluid that should be treated with caution. Smoking at gas stations for example, is prohibited. But.. is Diesel as flammable as Gasoline? What are the differences? Why is it so hard to light Diesel with a match? Our video shows that it is possible to light diesel with a match, however it takes far longer to ignite as opposed to Gasoline. This is because diesel has a far higher ignition temperature. Also, why is this man smoking at the gas station talking about diesel not being flammable? 🤍 Read the full story and explanation on our blog; 🤍
This video discusses the different types of Diesel fuel systems you are likely to run into that are running today. Mechanical Pump, MUI, HEUI, EUI, and Common Rail are all discussed in this video. Did you know you can help the Adept Ape channel just by clicking the Amazon Affiliate link and buying things you were going to buy anyway? Just click the link: 🤍 The Adept Ape has an email and Paypal as well, they are the same at AdeptApe🤍yahoo.com
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Well I was curious to see how my old diesel truck would like gasoline, as well as nitrous! Here are the results
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ONE BAD TANK OF FUEL COULD COST YOU THOUSANDS! In this video, we talk to Steve from Fuel Doctors Australia about the major issue were are facing with contaminated diesel fuel. Discover why you should NEVER fill up when the servo is filling up their fuel storage tanks, how contaminated fuel gets into your 4WD, the DAMAGE it can cause and a very simple way to fix it! Fuel Doctors Australia Website: 🤍 Available to buy at: Sparesbox - 🤍 Supercheap Auto - 🤍 Steve has over many years experience with cleaning and treating diesel tanks – from service stations, boats, trucks, buses to big machinery - and over that time he has seen the true damage that dirty fuel can cause. The next victim could be you! #4wdaction #fueldoctor #fuelcleaner #fueldoctorreview #dieselfueladditive 4WD 24/7
Diesel engine explained and why not to buy a car that has one in it. Diesel vs gasoline, car review with Scotty Kilmer. How diesels engines work, pros and cons of having one in your car or truck. There are benefits to having a diesel engine, but also a lot of downsides. DIY car repair with Scotty Kilmer, an auto mechanic for the last 50 years. Thanks for watching! ⬇️Scotty’s Top DIY Tools: 1. Bluetooth Scan Tool: 🤍 2. Cheap Scan Tool: 🤍 3. Professional Socket Set: 🤍 4. Wrench Set: 🤍 5. No Charging Required Car Jump Starter: 🤍 6. Battery Pack Car Jump Starter: 🤍 ⬇️Things used in this video: 1. Common Sense 2. 4k Camera: 🤍 3. Mini Microphone: 🤍 4. My computer for editing / uploading: 🤍 5. Video editing software: 🤍 6. Thumbnail software: 🤍 🛠Check out my Garage to see what I use every day and highly recommend: 🤍 Consider subscribing and press the bell 🛎 icon to be notified of all new videos. 👉Follow me on Instagram for the latest news, funnies, and exclusive info / pics: 🤍 ❗️Check out the Scotty store: 🤍 And remember, every day (7 days a week), I upload a new video on the Scotty Kilmer Channel: 🤍 Also, if you like my car help, be sure to watch my live car talk show, every Thursday afternoon at 1 CST and Saturday morning at 10 AM CST on YouTube. I answer your car questions LIVE there. Just check it out at: 🤍 Scotty Kilmer is a participant in the Amazon Influencer Program. #savagescotty
This one simple mistake could send your truck to the scrapyard or drain your banking account. Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) is corrosive and harmful to several metals. This will cause severe damage to a diesel truck fuel system and turn your diesel fuel into a wrecking ball through your engine! It is best to not start the engine and drain the fuel tank immediately. If you were not able to do that, early symptoms of DEF in your fuel include hard starting, rough idle and smoking exhaust, and a DEF-contaminated engine may not start at all. Yikes! The recommended repair is to replace the entire fuel system, from the tank to injectors. As you can probably tell, this is not a small job. There have been reports of Ford dealerships quoting between $12,000 and $20,000 to replace a DEF contaminated fuel system. For an even older truck, the cost of a DEF repair could easily be more than the value of the vehicle. *Let's hear your DEF contamination stories in the comments below.* Need a Ford catastrophic fuel system failure kit after a def fuel contamination incident? Order One Today! 🤍 ► Check Out Our Other Become a Diesel Expert - General Knowledge for Diesel Owners Videos Here: 🤍 ► Check Out Our Other Diesel University Videos Here: 🤍 ★ Saving Diesel Lives! Check out our online store for performance products at: 🤍 ☎ Give us a call for FREE ADVICE: (866) 737-4966 Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, and COMMENT if you like our videos! It really does help us out! Thx for the support. 🤍 ❤ Join our Diesel Community ❤ ● FACEBOOK: 🤍 ● TWITTER: 🤍 ● INSTAGRAM: 🤍 ● PINTEREST: 🤍 ● BLOG: 🤍 ● SNAPCHAT: tbred_diesel Chapters 0:00 Diesel Exhaust Fluid Contamination 1:20 What Does DEF Do To Fuel? 4:10 Don't Turn Key On 4:52 Fuel Filter #def #dieselcontamination #fuelcontamination #thoroughbreddiesel #dieselpower #diesellife
Gasoline Vs Diesel - 4 Major Differences. What's the difference between gasoline and diesel engines? Gasoline engines attempt to keep the compression ratio so that the air-fuel mixture does not rise above the self-ignition temperature. Diesel engines on the other hand use higher compression ratios, leading to more torque and better fuel economy. Diesel engines typically do not have throttles, and they have much larger operating air-fuel ratios. How each of these systems perform engine braking is also very different, especially the "jake brake" used by larger diesel engines. Air-Fuel Ratios - 🤍 Putting Gas In A Diesel - 🤍 And don't forget to check out my other pages below! Facebook: 🤍 Official Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Car Throttle: 🤍 EE Extra: 🤍 To help create more videos, check out my Patreon page! 🤍 NEW VIDEO EVERY WEDNESDAY!
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Old cars often don't get driven that often and if you have a diesel it does not burn much fuel, so you could end up with the same fuel in the tank for more than a year! Some of the fuel from this tank has probably been in there for years and it was constantly mixed and thinned with new fuel put in the tank. The last gallon drained from the tank looks like dark beer. Legal road use diesel can get very ugly looking where it sits in a partially full tank especially when moisture is introduced. NO, there has never been any off road diesel put in this engine. The screen was cleaned because it is a 60-year-old car and replacement filter screen is not readily available. We have replacement screens for the 70's through 90's diesels. The new diesel is dyed a green/yellow color to indicate it is legal for road use. Off road diesel (farm) is redish in color.
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Today, diesel engines are known to be heavy-duty, hardworking engines, most commonly found in heavy machinery. But their reputation for being fuel efficient made them a once popular choice for cars across parts of the world. Then the case for diesel seemed to crash in the 90s, when global health authorities determined diesel to be carcinogenic. » Subscribe to CNBC: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC TV: 🤍 » Subscribe to CNBC Classic: 🤍 About CNBC: From 'Wall Street' to 'Main Street' to award winning original documentaries and Reality TV series, CNBC has you covered. Experience special sneak peeks of your favorite shows, exclusive video and more. Connect with CNBC News Online Get the latest news: 🤍 Follow CNBC on LinkedIn: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Facebook: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Twitter: 🤍 Follow CNBC News on Instagram: 🤍 #CNBC Why Diesel Cars Are Disappearing
Image result for What to do if you mixed petrol to diesel What should you do if you put petrol in a diesel car? ame motors What to do after putting the wrong fuel in your car Leave your engine switched off and avoid putting your key in the ignition. Let staff at the petrol station know what's happened. Put the car in neutral. Push the car to a safe place. Call breakdown cover or RAC Fuel Patrol to drain and flush your fuel system.