Odometer Tank

by yudaica2013 ·

Before talking about errors in the calculations, we agree, that this method is not safe away, as towards the end of the experiment the fuel can result in the worst possible time traffic – and when overtaking, and when driving through a busy intersection during rush hours, etc. The consequences of this, as you might guess, very unpleasant. * Odometer – meter distance traveled by the vehicle, usually mounted on a single node, along with the speedometer. When calculating the operating costs of fuel by this method of measuring believe that the distance 46 liters of fuel consumed (this is the nominal volume of the tank). Here creeps error, we conclude, first, that there is some tolerance for manufacturing a fuel tank, resulting in volume Fuel tank can not: how different from the nominal, and secondly, stop the engine because of lack of fuel does not indicate that the tank is completely empty, since it is always a certain amount of fuel.

This is especially important if the car is stopped not on level ground, and for example, is on the rise, and thirdly, to get the true operating costs, mileage is not sufficient to eliminate accidents that affect fuel consumption and meeting the real road conditions (for example, traffic jams, etc.). The same error, perhaps even more inherent to the method of measurement of the canister, ie, when poured canister of fuel in the tank and measure the fuel consumption. How then to measure the operational cost of fuel? There are several ways.

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