PlatinumZealot wrote: ↑
Fri May 27, 2022 1:19 am
Ok the fuel will only get warmer after it is put into the tank. So starting at the minimum regulated tempersture... It can only go up.. Therefore to slow this phenomenon and thereby to extend the benefit of cool fuel, they insulate the fuel tank to reduce the heating from the airflows around it.
Possibly also to keep it cool from what was in there before?
One quip last week was a car late to the grid because the fuel was below the acceptable temperature.
I wondered if a 'contact' cooler could be removed before the car leaves the garage? A cool tank can only help.
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