Obviously I wouldn't recommend the reverse but if your car is running without any apparent problems than just run it dry and put normal gas in. The alternative would be to siphon it dry. It shouldn't do any damage. Diesel just has more carbon molecules than gasoline which may lead to a little more carbon build up on your valves. Your engine probably won't run quite as good and you may not see normal operation until you have gone through a couple of tanks.
0.311 Gallons (U.S.) Diesel in 1Kg. 0.259 Gallons (Imperial/UK) Diesel in 1Kg. Density of most diesel is around 0.85 Kg/Litre or 3.22Kg/Gallon (US) or 3.87Kg/Gallon (UK).
20 US gallons of diesel is approximately 143 pounds
Probably nothing. 5 fluid ounces is about 1/25th of a gallon. At a dilution of 1 part in 750, it probably would have no effect at all.
About 19.5 gallons of gasoline and about 9.2 gallons of diesel fuel.
The weight of a gallon of diesel is about 7 lbs depending on temperature, therefore 100 gallons weighs 700 lbs
Nothing can weigh in gallons . 300 gallons of diesel is weighed in pounds or Kilos, and is about 7.0 pounds per US Gallon, - DEPENDING on temperature and SPECIFIC GRAVITY of that diesel fuel. - So ultimately 300 gallons of diesel will weigh between 2,070 and 2,160 pounds.
40 Liter = 8.8 Gallon (UK)
500 divided by 30 = 16.6 gallons of diesel
15.9 gallon main unleaded fuel tank
360 ÷ 12 = 30 gallons
This question can be answered in three ways. It takes 1851 gallons of water to refine a barrel of crude oil. One barrel of crude oil produces 19 gallons of gasoline and 10 gallons of diesel fuel, in this respect it takes 97 gallons of water to produce a gallon of gasoline. If you combine gasoline and diesel, it takes 63 gallons of water to produce a gallon of "fuel." A total of 42 gallons of petroleum products are produced from a barrel of crude oil, in this respect it takes 44 gallons of water to produce each gallon.
17 gallon / 64 liter unleaded fuel tank
About 9.21 gallons of diesel is refined from each 42-gallon barrel of crude oil.
100 kg is 220lb. water is about 10 lbs per gallon so 22 gallons. Diesel fuel 7lbs per gallon so 31 gallons. Gasoline 6 lbs per gallon so 36 and so on. 100 kilograms of what?
Back when I was driving transport trucks, we calculated diesel weight at 8lbs per gallon. Assuming gasoline is pretty close to diesel in weight, 15 gallons should be ~120lbs.
The average price of a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in 2005 was $2.30
I included to related links. It is about 7.1 pounds per gallon, so if you know the pounds, then multiply by 0.1408 to get gallons. This isn't exact, as diesel fuel will vary. One link suggests a good range is 7.1 to 7.3 pounds per gallon.
16.5 gallon main unleaded fuel tank
About 9.21 gallons of diesel fuel are refined from each 42-gallon barrel of crude oil.
360miles/5 mpg = 72 gallons 72 gallons times 2.80 per gallon is 201.60
How many miles per gallon do you get? I will use 8.5 gallons in mine because I get 4.7 miles per gallon.
1300/60 = 21.66... recurring gallons.
It will vary. An older diesel freighter (container ship) will usually do about 1 nautical mile per 3 gallons of diesel. modern ships work out to as low as 1 gallon.
A gallon of diesel is 231 cubic inches. Convert a cubic foot into inches, 12 x 12 x 12=1728\231=7.481 gallons