The calorific value of fuel is the quantity of heat produced by its combustion at a constant pressure and under normal conditions. For diesel, the calorific value is 44,800.
what is calorific value of high speed diesel ? what is calorific value of high speed diesel ?
Diesel has a calorific value of 36 MJ per litre
hydrogen calorific value is 150000 kJ/kg
Dung cakes. Its has a calorific value of 7 kilojoule.
Calorific Value of Kerosen in 10300/ Kg
The calorific value of a fuel refers to how much energy you get out of using a given amount of that fuel.
The higher calorific value of diesel oil is 44,800 kj/kg and 19,300 btu/lb. The lower calorific value of diesel oil is 43,400 kj/kg.
The higher the calorific value of a fuel, the higher its combustion rate is, which is important knowledge to know. A low calorific value indicates more water vapor absorption.
Fuel Type Higher Calorific Value (Gross Calorific Value - GCV) kJ/kg Btu/lb Diesel 44,800 19,300 kJ/l Btu/gal Kerosene 35,000 154,000 Gas oil 38,000 164,000 Petrol (kJ/kg) 48,000 Petroleum (kJ/kg) 43,000
A good fuel is a fuel with a great calorific value; this fuel contain more energy in the unit of mass, it is more economic.
No. Oxygen is not a fuel, so it has no calorific value. Some people confuse "combustion" (burning a fuel) with "supports combustion" (allows burning to take place). Oxygen supports combustion, but does not burn itself. Therefore it has no calorific value.
Sand? burning in an engine? No. No. NO. Calorific value is the heat produced by burning fuel. Sand won't burn.
its petrol 48000 kj/kg where diesel has 44,800 kj/kg
By a Bomb Calorimeter.
Hi there, It should around 44 Mj/Kg.
Gross calorific value may be converted to net calorific value by using the following equation- Net calorific value = Gross calorific value - (10.02 x Percent Moisture)
The amount of heat energy produced in kilojoules by one gram of a fuel on complete combustion in air or oxygen is called as Calorific value.
Calorific Value of diesel = 39,000 Kj/Liter 1 HP = 2685 Kj Total calorific value of 6.7 liter diesel = 39,000x6.7 = 2,61,300 Kj HP delivered = 2,61,300/2685 = 97.3 = 97.3x75 Kgf-m/sec