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  • Briefly analyze the use of CNG and LPG as automobile fuels

    Both LPG and CNG are extremely versatile, cheap and sustainable fuels. LPG is a naturally occurring by-product of natural gas extraction or an automatic result of the oil refining process, consisting of either propane, butane or a mixture of the two. Known also as Autogas, Propane, Propane Autogas,...
  • Challenges faced by natural gas vehicle modification

    Natural gas vehicle fuel storage is a challenge for natural gas vehicles because the vehicle cannot keep natural gas under ambient pressure and temperature. This storage has always been one of the main engineering challenges of using natural gas vehicles, but there are several solutions. Natural gas...
  • Compressed natural gas has a positive impact on car life

    The surface temperature of the engine piston top, combustion chamber wall and cylinder wall is 200-300°C, and the flame propagation speed is about 20-30m/s. One of the reasons for maintaining this temperature is that these walls form a gas-surface layer, which prevents excessive heat transfer to...
  • Characteristic analysis of LNG/CNG/LPG filling station

    The classification of automobile refueling stations built with LNG as a gas source is based on the types of refueling vehicles. Below we will briefly introduce the characteristics of CNG/LPG and LNG filling stations 1. Features of CNG and LPG cars and filling stations First of all, CNG vehicle cyl...
  • Choose CNG or LNG?

    Both compressed and liquefied natural gas have numerous advantages over traditional fuels like diesel. But when selecting between CNG vs. LNG, you should consider your fleet’s needs. Here are the factors to consider when choosing between the two options. Type of Vehicle: You can choose either...