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DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF FLEXIBLE FUEL VEHICLE

Abstract:

An adaptable fuel Generator (FFV) or double fuel vehicle (informally called a flex-fuel vehicle) is an elective fuel vehicle with an interior burning motor intended to keep running on in excess of one fuel, for the most part, gas mixed with either ethanol or methanol fuel, and the two energies are put away in a similar basic tank. Flex-fuel motors are fit for consuming any extent of the subsequent mix in the ignition chamber as fuel infusion and start timing are balanced consequently as indicated by the real mix identified by electronic sensors. Flex-fuel vehicles are recognized from bi-fuel vehicles, where two energies are put away in independent tanks and the motor keeps running on one fuel at any given moment, for instance, packed gaseous petrol (CNG), melted oil gas (LPG), or hydrogen.

Working principle

A two-stroke motor is a burning motor that finishes the thermodynamic cycle in two developments of the cylinder contrasted with twice that number for a four-stroke motor. This expanded effectiveness is refined by utilizing the start of the pressure stroke and the finish of the ignition stroke to perform at the same time the admission and debilitate (or searching) capacities. Along these lines, two-stroke motors regularly give strikingly high particular power. Oil (start) renditions are especially valuable in lightweight (compact) applications utilized as a part of GENERATORS

Advantages

 LPG is less expensive than petroleum (up to half)

 It creates fewer fumes discharges than oil

 It is better for the motor and it can draw out motor life

 In a few vehicles, it can give better execution

 Has a higher octane rating than petroleum (108 contrasted with 91)

Disadvantages

 It has a lower vitality thickness than petroleum

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