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  • #16
    Re: convert from g/kWh to l/h

    Need to convert 208 g / KwH in l / h

    Please helpe me

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    • #17
      Re: convert from g/kWh to l/h

      Originally posted by JohnS View Post
      Is this fuel consumption for an engine? You need to know the power is running at to determine grams of fuel consumed per hour (which is a function of power). Then you need to know the density of the fuel to convert from mass to volume.
      density is 0.988 at 15 deg. C

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      • #18
        Re: convert from g/kWh to l/h

        Originally posted by Unregistered View Post
        So, you have (something) that provides 1 Kilo Watt Hour if you use 267 Grams of (it).

        You want to convert that to Liters per Hour?

        That would depend on:

        1. How many kWh will you be producing per Hour? 3600 +/-

        2. What is the density (g/l) of your (it)? don't have it

        3. Are you using measured efficiency or hoping to achieve 100% efficient conversion from the (it)?
        measured - don't have exact efficiency but should be around 40%. Its a 250 mm bore diesel engine

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        • #19
          Re: convert from g/kWh to l/h

          1 gwh to l/h

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          • #20
            206 g/kwh égal à combien de l/H ? puissance du moteur 895kw

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Mdiop View Post
              206 g/kwh égal à combien de l/H ? puissance du moteur 895kw
              Sorry, I can only respond in English
              At rated power, fuel consumption is 206 g/kWh x 895 kW = 184 370 g/h or 184.37 kg/h

              You need the density of fuel to convert L/h. As a hypothetical, if it were a heavy fuel oil with density 0.9 kg/L
              184.37 kg/h x 1 L/0.9 kg = 204.86 L/h
              For any other density divide by the correct density.

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