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  • JohnS
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    At 1200 kW, it would be consuming 0.204 L/h or 4.9 L/day.

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  • EdEsq
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    Hi Johns, it is full load( 1200kw) , 24/7 all year, thank.
    Sorry its g =gram by kw.
    The engine uses natural gas.

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  • JohnS
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    Originally posted by EdEsq View Post
    Hello, Could you help me to convert 0.15 gr/kw hr to lt or glns?
    our engine use a sae 40.
    I will appreciate your feedback
    thanks
    I found a spec for one SAE 40 oil. Like any petroleum product, it is a function of temperature, 0.890 g/cm at 0 C, 00.830 at 100 C. At the common reference temperature, that 0.881 g/cm. I assume gr is an improper abbreviation for gram (proper symbol is g) and that you don't mean grains of oil

    0.15 g x 1 cm/0.881 g = 0.17cm (aka mL, milliliters), remember this is the oil consumed per kWh of output. You did not specify operating conditions.

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  • EdEsq
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    Convert g/kw-hr to Lt/ hr for oil consumption sae40

    Hello, Could you help me to convert 0.15 gr/kw hr to lt or glns?
    our engine use a sae 40.
    I will appreciate your feedback
    thanks
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