fuel consumption rate


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the ratio of the number of miles traveled to the number of gallons of gasoline burned

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In contrast, the fuel consumption was determined by the number of "walks" the machinery uses given the labor, the execution time of the activity, and the fuel consumption rate per hour.
4) The results allow to move to the implementation of a science-based fuel consumption rate per trip using the onboard electronic systems for controlling the work parameters of locomotive diesel on shunting operations.
Fuel consumption rate was influenced by feedstock type, grate size, and anvil type (Table 2).
The third is the fuel consumption rate, which is given by the ratio of the above two metrics (gallons per mile).
The conversion is estimated to reduce the fuel consumption rate by 30 to 40 per cent.
And while the smart brand is said to have the lowest fuel consumption rate in the market with its petrol version, the electric edition takes environmentally-friendly to a new level.
Mosenergo operates the most fuel-efficient power plants in Russia among TGKs, with an average fuel consumption rate of 255g/kWh (versus the sector average of 335g/kWh).
The automaker anticipates a combined range for the vehicle of around 745 miles at a fuel consumption rate of almost 149 mpg.
c is defined as the ratio of the fuel consumption rate to the engine brake horsepower output.
The fuel consumption rate, air consumption rate, composition of exhaust gases were recorded for 5 different loads at steady state condition.
The Mazda Tribute HEV has a fuel consumption rate 74 percent better than the base model Tribute and also meets the strict Super Ultra Low Emissions Vehicle (SULEV) and Advanced Technology Partial Emissions Vehicle (AT-PZEV) standards in California - the strictest emission regulations a gasoline-fueled vehicle can meet in the United States.
The difference between peak load and 75% load fuel consumption rate (MMBtu/HP*Hr) can be in excess of 5%.
From this equation, total PAHs (micrograms per cubic meter) can be found in Table 6, and the exhaust gas flow rate (liters per minute) and the fuel consumption rate (liters per hour) can be seen in Table 4.
Toyota claims a combined fuel consumption rate of over 40 mpg for most of the range, 1.
And it was supposed to keep records of its fuel consumption rate because there are legal limits on the hourly burning of wood fuel.