Wednesday 14 December 2011

Author(s): Ankur Paliwal

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  • There is no mention of fuel

    There is no mention of fuel efficiency and effect of the same on Bus engine performance/life,in the article. Can some one throw light on this aspect?

    Posted by: Anonymous | 4 years ago | Reply
  • According to Swedish experts,

    According to Swedish experts, the effciency of the fuel will be same as that of CNG...The CBG is said to be of the same quality as that of CNG....

    Posted by: Anonymous | 4 years ago | Reply
  • Dear Milind, as already

    Dear Milind, as already mentioned by another replier, the quality of the CBG produced in the project is similar to CNG. The technology introduced will ensure that potentially harming substances - such as H2S - are efficiently removed together with the removal of CO2 and water. It can even be considered as a better quality as the methane content may reach almost 100% (depending of how the equipment is set/adjusted) compared with the CNG often used in India having a methane content of 90-92%. Thus the CBG can be mixed with CNG both in the grid as well as in the vehicle fuel tanks and no specific adaptation of the vehicle engines are required.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 4 years ago | Reply
  • Why we depend on others, why

    Why we depend on others, why we see what others are doing and do the same. We are super powerful methane nation with full of selfish and waste people who do not want to change. and finaly,we become slaves in this world by buying methane from them. What a shame. Let's stop it, why not India become biggest producer and exporter of methane?

    Posted by: Anonymous | one year ago | Reply
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