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A ton of fuel = how much Co2
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wbrook_ford
Posted 5/4/2021 00:31 (#8986227 - in reply to #8986220)
Subject: RE: A ton of fuel = how much Co2


Wisconsin
Gotta go back to chemistry class. Need oxygen to burn the fuel.

Diesel engines run air to fuel ratios of 15:1 up to 40:1, id say a jet engine is similar.

Combustion of hydrocarbons (HCO) plus oxygen (o2) releases energy and results in the formation of carbon dioxide (CO2) and water vapor (H2O).

Thats my guess.
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