Types of cars fuels


 There are many motorists who are not interested in the quality of the fuel used, and the most important is what is found in the book and the quality of the fuel he should use only without expanding knowledge about the types of car fuels. For this we at the Arabian Automotive World site will offer you a very important blog post for everyone who wants to learn about automotive fuels.

Types of cars fuels

Car fuel has many types used in cars, but the main ones are:

  • Gasoline fuel.
  • Solar fuel.
  • Natural gas fuel.
  • Electricity.
  • Hydrogen.
  • Engines powered by vegetable oils.

Gasoline fuel or so-called gasoline liquid:

This type of gasoline is mixed, meaning a mixture derived from petroleum which is mainly composed of hydrocarbons. "As information about hydrocarbon, it is installed from a chemical compound, which is entirely carbon (c) and hydrogen (h). Important it is used as fuel in internal combustion engines.

So-called gasoline is often used in the petroleum industry. (As information about gasoline, it is a light distillation product that is often produced by reshaping jet, breaking down heavier products, or mixing them. PetroRabg produces several degrees of gasoline, such as 91 and 95 (for domestic consumption), and PetroRabg can produce American-grade gasoline 93 which is exported abroad. PETROABG's total gasoline production is 59 thousand barrels per day and has the flexibility to convert the entire production into locally consumed grades when needed.

But what you should know you shouldn't confuse with other invasive fuels that are used in internal combustion engines like propane. (As additional information about propane it is a chemical compound with the chemical formula.) It's an alkanine, that is, it's PhC. It is derived through oil distillation, or during natural gas extraction processes.)

Many do not know that gasoline is higher than diesel or kerosene, this applies not only to its high level of distillation, but also to the additional reasons placed in it.

Benizen clotting is due to a large number of hydrocarbons, especially what is called annular hydrocarbons or annular gasoline. (As additional information, hydrocarbons are divided into three: saturated hydrocarbons, unsaturated hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, which include alkanes, alkenes, circular alkanes and alcaide-based compounds are different types of hydrocarbons.)

Storage warehouses and transport tanks must be sealed because gasoline is volatile in nature.

Gasoline is also an environmentally polluting gas, because gasoline, even though it does not contain lead and sulfur compounds, produces carbon dioxide.

Gasoline also improves the combustion process and allows better operation in cold weather conditions because it contains additives that reduce the presence of carbon in the engine.

Solar Fuel:

This type of fuel is called "solar" and means solar energy in Arabic. This type of "diesel" fuel is used for the operation of power plants with little power, also used in large and heavy car engines.

Natural Gas Fuel:

Natural gas uses as fuel for automobiles, preferably because it emits no gases in the blogger, often cheaper than gasoline, operates with engines that support diesel, less fuel consumption. This natural gas is acquired through well drilling and petroleum is extracted from fossil fuels. Burning results in about 25% less carbon dioxide and also reduces harmful gases. It is considered a phased fuel until the use of hydrogen and biogas is mainstreamed.

South Korea managed to operate 77% of the capital's buses with compressed natural gas instead of using diesel until early 2009.

Liquefied Gas:

This type of gas turns into a liquid under light pressure, a compound of open-chain chemicals such as propane, bhutan or ether compounds such as dimethylether (DME). It is also used in petrol vehicles, and it is easy to add additional devices in order for the carriage to operate with liquid gas rather than gasoline.

Vegetable oils:

Fuel is called vegetable oil that you can use as fuel in vehicles as an alternative to diesel engines as well as in heating oil stoves. This type of fuel, if used in any modified or unmodified equipment, is referred to as straight vegetable oil (SVO) as well as pure vegetable oil (PPO). You can also mix straight vegetable oil with conventional diesel or treat it in biodiesel or biological materials used for use in a wider range of conditions.

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