Asked in Science, Cars & Vehicles, Sports
Does diesel burn or explode?
Diesel burns when in an open container, it is not as volatile as gasoline. If you flick a match into diesel fuel, it will typically go out unless it is hot enough to vaporize due to the temperature. In a diesel engine, the fuel explodes when it gets to the right temperature, caused by pressure. ...
Asked in Liquified Petroleum Gas (LPG)
Can we convert public buses from diesel engines to LPG engines?
No, a diesel engine will not burn LPG. It would destroy a diesel engine. A gasoline engine can, with some modifications, burn LPG. ...
Asked in Cars & Vehicles
Does diesel burn?
Of course diesel will burn. It is a fuel used in the internal combustion diesel engine. It burns from being compressed to a very high ratio rather than from a spark plug. Diesel fuel is manufactured along side unleaded gasoline and powers millions of vehicles worldwide. ...
Can you burn diesel in a kerosene heater?
Diesel and Kerosene are extremely similar. In fact Kerosene is often called #1 Fuel Oil and Diesel is called #2 Fuel Oil. Diesel should burn fine in a kerosene heater, unless you are trying to light it in very cold weather. ...