Engine braking is caused by the vaccum of the engine attempting to pull air through the closed throttle valve. Nearly all petrol (or gas for us in the US) engines use a throttle valve. Diesel engines on the other hand do not have a throttle. They are controlled solely by the amount of fuel injected into the cylinders. Not having a throttle valve, there is no restriction to the engine provide a vaccum when deccellerating, and hence, no engine braking. On large trucks (or lorries) the diesel engines will often have installed a valve in the exhaust system to provide the same effect, or they will have a compression release built into the valve train to do the same thing (often referred to as a "Jake Brake" as they were originally manufactured by the Jacobs company).
petrol light brown, diesel light green
Petrol in a Diesel will cause serious engine damage if you run the engine. Diesel in a petrol engine and the engine will simply not run. No damage will be done.
No, diesel engine require diesel fuel. Put petrol in a diesel engine and you will destroy it.
diesel and petrol are source which is used to generate power.
Petrol is and bit more vicous and that diesel is a lot darker than petrol. Petrol burns quicker when set alight, however diesel burns more brightly!
Petrol is far more comustile compared to Diesel
No, you cannot convert a petrol to burn diesel.
If you put petrol in a diesel vehicle do not start the engine. Petrol will do serious damage to a diesel engine. You must drain all the petrol out and flush the fuel lines.
Petrol will catch fire first, petrol is highly flammable, diesel is not.
The petrol one uses petrol, and, wait for it, the diesel one uses diesel!
its simple just vaccum all diesel and then use petrol
Petrol in a diesel engine will destroy the engine.
No. A petrol or gasoline engine will not run on diesel fuel.
How many petrol diesel...What? More information is needed.
From my experience they do seperate. Gas (petrol) to the bottm and diesel to the top.
What happens is you must remove the petrol immediately. Petrol or gasoline will destroy a diesel engine.
Because one has a petrol engine and the other has a diesel engine. Petrol/gasoline does not ignite the same way as diesel. It also does not have the lubrication qualities that diesel has. Gas in a diesel engine will damage the fuel system if the diesel very quickly.
When petrol is mixed with diesel engine the engine will not start due to the following reasons;Fuel in diesel must be compressed at 400o and above to approach compression power while petrol start at 150oPetrol have lower density than that used in diesel enginePetrol use spark ignition lather pressure ignitionPetrol have different octane number than that used in diesel enginePetrol fuel cannot produce much power as that produced in diesel engine with real diesel fuel.Will not accomplish diesel engine phases
because petrol is easer to burn than diesel
Yes, petrol/gasoline will severely damage a diesel engine.
The difference is that diesel is more oily than petrol, and is cheaper to produce.