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There are 1000 kilograms (kg) in a metric ton (or tonne). And there are about 0.264 gallons in a litre. Also, the density of diesel fuel is right at about 0.85 kilograms per litre. Since you have a metric ton of diesel fuel, that is 1000 kilograms of diesel fuel, you need to know how many litres of diesel fuel you have. Divide 1000 kg by 0.85 kg/litre and you'll get about 1176.5 litres. Now convert that to gallons by multiplying 1176.5 litres by 0.264 gallons/litre and you'll get about 310.6 gallons of diesel fuel in that metric ton you started with.
The additive inverse of -34 is the number you need to add to -34 to get 0 i.e. 34.
Depends on the fuel mileage of the vehicle you are driving and the price you will pay for fuel along the way. $200 should be sufficient for fuel.
You often need the additive property of equality. It says if a=b then a+c=b+c.This alone may be enough to solve many equations. Sometimes you need to multiply or divide both sides. This is the multiplicative property of equality.
If the diesel fuel "gels" then yes the filter will need replaced.
JP8 was invented to be compatible with diesel. You don't really need to put any additives in it, but if you insist I'd use something like Howes Meaner Power Cleaner.
Water is attracted to diesel fuel. Moisture in the air gets in there. That's why you need the special filters for this.
In order to bleed a fuel system on a diesel x-trail you will need to release the fuel in the system. This can be done by removing the fuel system or draining the pump.
If it's a diesel, use Howes Diesel Treat. You get this at any Walmart, auto parts store or truck stop. It goes in the fuel and does a lot of stuff...most important, it lowers the pour point of the fuel so if the temperature drops below freezing your car will still start. You don't need additives on a gas engine.
You can convert a petrol engine into a diesel engine by changing the fuel injectors. The fuel filters will also need to be changed.
you probbaly need new fuel injectors
Putting gas in a diesel engine will not be fixed by adding oil. The fuel needs to be drained or pumped out if the mixture is too high. If only a few liters of gasoline were put into a tank of diesel, adding a diesel fuel conditioner could help. Gasoline will damage diesel fuel pumps and injectors because it does not have the lubricating properties of diesel. The fuel pump and injectors need lubrication from the diesel fuel or they will seize up and be destroyed.
Yes, you can store diesel fuel in a home tank. It will be important that you store it in a tank designed to hold diesel fuel and that it is stored outside in a location that will not create hazardous or safety concerns. You also need to maintain the tank and the fuel properly.
the black smoke is unburnt fuel. you need a leaner air/fuel mixture.