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- Q:Is it possible to convert a diesel car engine to CNG ?
- Not completely. A diesel engine is a compression engine hence it's the compression that ignites the fuel, natural gas doesn't ignite easily under compression and therefore requires a spark for ignition. However, it's possible to mix natural gas with the intake air but reduce the diesel fuel injectors so that a small amount of diesel fuel is injected, the diesel fuel ignites under pressure and this ignites the natural gas. Basically, it can mostly run on natural gas. Such a conversion requires some way of reducing but not eliminating the diesel injected as well as mixing in the natural gas preferably in proportion to the amount of air or according to the needs of the engine somehow. As it requires changing the fuel injector programming, this is not a conversion that is easily available but kits are available. A more practical conversion for a diesel car would be a waste vegetable oil conversion though I would consider a natural gas conversion suitable for a backup power generator especially if the conversion still allows for full diesel operation when needed. Diesel keeps much longer than gasoline when stored.
- Q:Under what conditions would an industrial Turbo generator need to trip. ?
- I'm assuming by trip you mean shut down/off Plenty of reasons: 1) overheat, most common cause, could be lost water pump or water supply or cooling lines plugged 2) electrical, although diesel does not use sparkplugs there are electrical components. There are glow plugs that get the whole process started when cold, there is a starter motor that gets it all going and there is some method to keep the fuel warm enough to flow correctly 3) Starve for fuel, either fuel ran out, to low temp so its sludge 4) Loss of oil pressure that is used for lubrication 5) Ouput limits, there will be an overcurrent/overvoltage system regulating the output of he generator and if it gets really out of wack then it will kill the whole thing to prevent damage to everything That's all I can think of right now
- Q:45 kva Perkins diesel generator cranks?
- Diesel cranks but doesn't start. All that's left is the fuel system. Is there a pre-heat unit? Is it working? Pressure at the injectors?
- Q:Can you convert a non diesel vehicle to a diesel vehicle and how?
- If you mean, convert a gas engine into a diesel - No. Compression Combustion Engines are built much more robustly, which is necessary to handle the extremely high forces. If you mean, changing a gas engine for a diesel - Sure. You may also have to swap out the transmission and axle. For the record, there's a reason why race cars run gas engines, not diesels. Because it's a perfect application for them. Just like diesels are perfectly matched to trucks, semis, generators and locomotives. Edited; In effect - yes, kinda. Gas engines are more inclined to be a variable speed, acceleration engine. While Diesel engines tend to have a narrower range and are slower to increase in speed, while still providing maximum torque. It all has to do with the throttle or lack there of. Gas engine intake charges are throttled, the air and fuel density is variable with the throttle. Diesel engines are NOT throttled, every intake charge is full and complete, and the amount of fuel is variable. So in a side-by-side comparrison, Diesel engines have to be built very strongly, becuse every stroke is full and complete - this adds weight and mass to the engine and (in-part) slows it's ability to change speed. (an object in motion, stays in motion) For example, the other fella stated his sons swapping out a Big Block Chevy, 454 (7.4L) - which weighs somewhere around 300-400 lbs (If I remember correctly ) for a smaller, yet heavier 366 (6.2L) Diesel - which probably comes in more around 400-500 pounds.
- Q:Logic Circuit Homework Help!?
- This is just an and gate function. When the outputs of all the sensors are true and a start command is present, the output of the gate will go high to allow the engine to start.
- Q:Does a nuclear power plant get it electricity from its own reactor or an outside source?
- The power required to run house loads does come from the generator. If the generator trips off line because of a protective action or because the reactor itself has shut down, then the energy comes from the grid. If the grid has failed (perhaps causing the generator to trip) then power is still possible from a second offsite source. If both offsite sources fail for some reason, then the emergency diesel generators can power the required minimal loads required to cool the decay heat from the reactor.
- Q:Diesel locomotive horsepower question?
- The short answer is, the horsepower is fixed. That is determined by the diesel engine and that can't make more power, it is just divided either by 4 or 6. A 3000 HP GP 40 locomotive pulls considerably more amperage than a 3000 HP SD 40, same horsepower divided by fewer axles, which is of course why the 6 axle pulls so much better at extended low speeds than 4 axles. The total horsepower stays the same, at full throttle the prime mover cant make anymore, your GP-38 will not be able to make any more power than an SD-38, both 2000. Added: At full throttle the main generator is putting out all the power it can, there can be no more load on it, that is fixed, the variable is the number of axles. Avio's figure of 750 HP per axle is absolutely correct, But those 750 HP motors in a 3000 HP locomotive obviously are never making over 500 HP each, there isnt enough power available from the main generator. That is why those motors last so much longer and are able to pull heavier loads, they are never making their maximum power. The amps we see on our meter in a locomotive dash is measured at the number 1 traction motor, not the generator/alternator output. At 10 MPH under maximum throttle a 3000 HP SD-40 (6 axles) pulls around 900 to 1000 amps (per axle), at the same speed a 3000 HP GP-40 (4 axles) locomotive is pulling well over 1200, heat buildup is a factor, short time ratings are soon exceeded and wheel slip is uncontrollable. Good question.
- Q:Can I run my entire home with a diesel generator hooked into a battery bank?
- You can do anything you like providing of course you don't have your neighbours banging on your door asking you to turn that racket off! Or worse still you could have the noise control officer ordering you to shut it down! co's it's disturbing the neighbours!! It's different if you live in the country, but you will still have to find some way of muffling the noise from the diesel exhaust . In some countries like NZ what power you don't use can go back into the national grid the power company actually pay you! Sounds good eh!! Cheers!
- Q:Calculating how long it would take to use 20kW?
- 20/2.052 # of days. about 9 1/2.
- Q:I am planning to open a medium size furniture factory in my country Nigeria,, can it be solar powered?
- Yes, it can be fully solar. Very power comsuming factories are autonomous. If you dont find how to, if you want e-mail me and i will put you in touch with some companies. For your info, some companies not only are autonomous, they resell power while they dont use it.
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