Fuel made from this can be used in diesel cars?
Cars made from aluminium use less fuel than cars made from steel because aluminium has a low density this makes the car to be lightweight. Whereas with steel, it has a high density so it makes the car to be very heavy. So if steel was used over the same journey more fuel would have to be used and therefore less fuel would be used if you used the metal aluminium.
If the van has a diesel engine, then you MUST use diesel fuel. Unleaded gasoline will destroy a diesel engine. Diesel fuel is also used as a lubricant in a diesel engine. The use of any other fuel except diesel will result in serious damage. If you have put unleaded in your diesel, do not start or drive this vehicle until you drain the tank and change all the fuel filters.
There are different grades of diesel fuel and heating oil but in general they have similar qualities including the flash point. The flash point is the temperature at which the fuel ignites on its own, without a spark. Diesel fuel used to only be available along truck routes. Before diesel fuel became easily available everywhere, people with diesel engine cars would use heating fuel, but would have to make sure it is clean, passing it…
Its actually quite small! Those tiny glow plug engines used on flying model airplanes are actually diesel engines (although they are fueled with glow fuel a mixture of nitromethane, methanol, and castor oil; not the petroleum derived diesel fuel used in full size trucks and cars). The smallest I find is 0.049 cubic inch (0.803 cc) displacement. However I'm sure smaller ones can be made.
Bio diesel is diesel fuel made from natural, renewable sources, re-claimed oils such as cooking oils from restaurants, vegetable oils and animal fats. It is basically the same as regular diesel, just that it's natural, works the same, and doesn't pollute the environment with toxins. Bio-diesel is a renewable bio-fuel made from vegetable oil that can be used in Diesel engines. The carbon dioxide it emits was removed from the atmosphere when the vegetation grew…
Do NOT use Diesel fuel in a Ford Focus. The engine will stop running and you will have to drain the gas tank to rid the car of the diesel fuel. Gasoline engines are not designed to run on diesel. They do not have enough compression to cause the diesel fuel to combust The only engine used in a 2000 Ford Focus was the 2.0 which is NOT a diesel engine.