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by gildas » 30/04/10, 19:46

for information:

consumption of a 1991 Lecler tank (at 72 km / h on the road?)

Range: 550 km

tanks: 1700L

Max speed: 72km / h

http://www.char-francais.net

550/72 (km / h) = 7h40

1700L / 7h40minutes = 223L / h !!!
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by gildas » 30/04/10, 20:20

or 309L per 100km!
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by Remundo » 30/04/10, 22:32

yes, in the desert, we typically count 500L / 100 km for a battle tank ...

This is not without causing fuel delivery problems during armored division attacks ...

When the US invaded Iraq, it was the only factor that slowed their progress to Baghdad : Cheesy:
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by chatelot16 » 01/05/10, 00:09

the tank is not the car of the future ...

except in canada where they call char any car
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by gildas » 01/05/10, 01:56

It could be a car allowed ... : Mrgreen:

A not too recent diesel golf cart, excellent for water doping since you have to be in full draft to go to 50.

real consumption 4l / 100

water boosted we should reach 50% savings and 80% pollution!
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by Christophe » 17/05/10, 17:00

Synthetic PSA document on the the low-carbon car (CO2), i.e. emitting less than 60 gr of CO2 / km (according to the definition of PSA).

Attention, the author may well be high in research at PSA, it's full of faults (it lacks 1 s out of 2 ... and again I am nice!) : Shock: : Shock: ... it's a bit shameful for the profession ...

ps: this doc may have already been cited above in this subject but did not appear in the database of the site.
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by Remundo » 17/05/10, 17:32

wow Christophe ...

with all these engine and vehicle docs ... we will become very engine-savvy and transport on econology : Idea:
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by Christophe » 17/05/10, 17:50

Well, it's to get a little upgraded (it dates already) : Cheesy:

Here is another: https://www.econologie.com/forums/moteurs-a- ... t9679.html : Idea:
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by oiseautempete » 17/05/10, 18:12

Christophe wrote:Synthetic PSA document on the the low-carbon car (CO2), i.e. emitting less than 60 gr of CO2 / km (according to the definition of PSA).

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I have never been able to download a document on the site: it requires an access code.
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by Christophe » 17/05/10, 18:14

oiseautempete wrote:I have never been able to download a document on the site: it requires an access code.


Read: https://www.econologie.com/comment-etre- ... logie.html (there is a link to this explanation page on each download link).

It's (a little) heavy but it works ...
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