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by gildas
30/05/10, 23:27
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : The car of the future
answers: 3202
views: 945713

(the trawler diesels which have been Gillier-Pantonized have been very disappointing...) Quote A on water doping: "It is on industrial type diesel engines that water doping is most In 2009, a Quebec tourism boat (...) was equipped with water injection...
by gildas
30/05/10, 22:37
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : Small boats on the water: marine pollution?
answers: 26
views: 16078

There too they could adapt the G-Pantone at least to depolluer,

Quote A:

"The heavier the fuel, the more water is injected, the combination of vegetable oil and water doping is very interesting in this sense."
by gildas
25/05/10, 19:15
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : The car of the future
answers: 3202
views: 945713

To drive at 90km/h, a Prius or other car with aerodynamics and comparable mass requires less than 20hp in thermals on the flat... yes, but we could configure it to recharge its batteries at this speed, we should come in at over 20 hp. I don't know for what reason...
by gildas
25/05/10, 15:39
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : The car of the future
answers: 3202
views: 945713

Hello, Moreover, let's not get into the wrong fight: hybridizing a very light vehicle is much more profitable than hybridizing a very heavy Prius weighing 1360 kg! yes, but if this one will be driven by a 40hp diesel in gillier-pantone instead of its gasoline engine and with its electric motor...
by gildas
20/05/10, 01:39
Forum : Water injection in engines: montages and experiments
Subject : My project for 306 Turbo diesel 92cv
answers: 6
views: 20170

Good evening fish_man, I've been trying to find a solution for my old clio diesel atmo for quite some time now and I've been reading about forums, I come to my conclusions: - it takes a low power engine to run with a good load. Your 306 is pretty bad...
by gildas
13/05/10, 01:18
Forum : Science and Technology
Subject : Which would take us an inexhaustible energy? Debate
answers: 107
views: 64277

Christophe wrote in this message: https://www.econologie.com/forums/post24763.html#24763 by putting 2 links, one of which is to a video to be uploaded to the econology server: big surprise, I do not quote here the message that the server answers about this video. jeff uh...maybe it means...
by gildas
11/05/10, 17:13
Forum : Fossil fuels: oil, gas, coal and nuclear electricity (fission and fusion)
Subject : Louisiana and BP: Methane hydrate is acting up
answers: 417
views: 143552

Hello, How much does your weekly bin weigh? what's inside??? are you sure there was no other way to do it than fill it??? Finally, do you know and can justify the final destination of your waste 1) 1/2 tank (20L) 2) diesel 3) no 4) in the air 5) we do not ...
by gildas
01/05/10, 01:56
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : The car of the future
answers: 3202
views: 945713

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!
by gildas
30/04/10, 19:46
Forum : New transport: innovations, engines, pollution, technologies, policies, organization ...
Subject : The car of the future
answers: 3202
views: 945713

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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