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Fuel Economy

Fuel Economy

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Published by: Waqar Baloch on Feb 07, 2011
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ASSINGNMENT FUEL ECONOMY  SUBMITTED BY: WAQAR ABDULLAH07-NTU-103B(WEAVING)6
 TH
SEMESTER  SUBMITTED TO: SIR HASAN SB
 NATIONAL TEXTILE UNIVERSITY FAISALABAD
 
Fuel Economy
Fuel Economy
is to minimize the consumption of fuel while keeping the output staticOr to minimize the energy loses which refers to maximizing fuel efficiency.
Main Factors to Improve Fuel Economy:
 
T
o minimize energy losses
o
 
F
riction
o
 
R
esidual Heat
 
T
o maximize fuel efficiency
o
 
I
t directs to maximize the desired output obtained by the consumption of fuel.
 
T
o discover other methods of Energy
 
o
 
Hydro Power
o
 
S
olar Energy
W
hat Is Fuel?
 
Fuel
is any material that stores energy that can later be extracted to perform mechanical work in acontrolled manner.
I
n other words, it is a substance that contains energy that can be released and thenmanipulated, mostly heat.
 
Different types of fuel are
 
C
hemical Fuel
Chemical fuels are substances that release energy by reacting with substances around them
 
B
io Fuel
B
iofuel can be broadly defined as solid, liquid, or gas fuel consisting of, or derived from biomass.
 
Fossil fuel
F
ossil fuels are hydrocarbons, primarily coal and petroleum (liquid petroleum or natural gas),formed from the fossilized remains of ancient plants and animals
 
N
uclear fuel
N
uclear fuel is any material that is consumed to derive nuclear energy.
y
 
Fission
T
his type of fuel is heavy fissile elements that can be made to undergo nuclear fissionchain reactions in a nuclear fission reactor;
y
 
Fusion
F
uels that produce energy by the process of nuclear fusion are currently not utilizedby man but are the main source of fuel for stars, the most powerful energy sourcesin nature.
 
U
ses of Fuel:
 
 
T
o run piston engines for
o
 
Electricity
o
 
M
echanical Energy
 
T
o heat substance
 
T
o produce steam
Fuel
U
sed in
T
extile Industry:
 
F
uel used in textile industry is:
o
 
Petroleum
o
 
G
as
o
 
Coal
P
etroleum is used in textile industry:
 
T
o obtain mechanical energy
 
T
o run vehicles
 
F
or the generation of electricity
&
 
Gas & Coal used in Textile Industry:
 
To produce Electricity
To run engines
To make steam for different processes

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