by rule, "any liquid or gas (other than air) that passes through the intake system and/or reaches the combustion chambers(s) of an engine," including "oil, gasoline, Jet A, alcohol, water, and nitrous oxide."
A fuel is a substance that releases heat energy when treated in a certain way. In most fuels, the energy is released by combustion. So, strictly speaking, when the car is running on the Joe cell, it is not using any fuel.
All the dead and living material that will burn. This includes grasses, dead branches and pine needles on the ground, as well as standing live and dead trees. Also included are minerals near the surface, such as coal that will burn during a fire, and human-built structures.
Description Material Diameter Fine Needles, leaves, etc... 1 Hour Woody material, generally drying out within 1 hour. 1/4" 10 Hour Woody material, generally drying out within 10 hours. 1/4"-1" 100 Hour Woody material, generally drying out within 4 days. 1-3" 1000 Hour Woody material, generally drying out within 40 days. Downed Fuel on the ground Heavy Large logs and snags
A fuel or energy source delivered to a residential site. It may be converted to some other form of energy at the site. Electricity is included as a fuel. Other fuels are coal, fuel oil, kerosene, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), natural gas, wood, and solar.
Any combustible material capable of adding to the magnitude or intensity of a fire.
Fuel is any material that is capable of releasing energy when its chemical or physical structure is changed or converted. Fuel releases its energy either through chemical means, such as burning, or nuclear means, such as nuclear fission or nuclear fusion. An important property of a useful fuel is that its energy can be stored to be released only when needed, and that the release is controlled in such a way that the energy can be harnessed to produce work.
Unleaded fuel is specified for all Ford vehicles with gasoline engines and catalytic converters. All fuel filler openings and instrument panel clusters of such vehicles are clearly marked Unleaded Fuel Only. The 7.3L Power Stroke turbo diesel engine requires #2 grade diesel fuel. The Mustang Cobra requires a minimum of 91 octane fuel Note: Ford Motor Company recommends that a detergent-dispersement-type gasoline be selected.
Sailboats without auxiliary engines do not require fuel as such, but an adequate supply of a pale yellow carbonated beverage with a 10 percent to 12 percent alcohol content is essential to the operation of all recreational craft.
"Fuel" is a song from Metallica's ReLoad album. The song stems from the thrill of fast driving and street racing. The song could also be applied to the fact that people like to drive their lives (like their cars) too fast.
Is a upcoming Xbox and PC ATV racing game, this may be the last Xbox game released. Development started in 2002 when the game was shown off at E3. It was not till Q1 2006 that the game got a release date of Q1 2007.
Super unleaded fuel is used in Formula One. Its composition must meet FIA regulations. Performance-enhancing additives are not permitted. Random tests at each race ensure conformity with the rules. Before the season, manufacturers must submit a sample to the FIA which will serve as a template. The fuel may be cooled to no more than ten degrees below the existing ambient temperature.
Fuel cells need hydrogen, and some systems are run from bottled hydrogen. Systems such as IdaTech's, however, incorporate fuel processors that produce hydrogen from a variety of alcohol or fossil fuels. search