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Old 08-25-2006, 07:22 PM
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Good Diesel Article

http://news.com.com/2102-11395_3-610...=st.util.print
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Good article......."The times, they are a-changin'"........and eventually U.S. vehicles will be composed of 50%+ diesels as in Europe.......
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Well, they did miss a couple of things such as:
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These engines run at high compression ratios and therefore high temperatures, which creates a high level of nitrogen oxide from the sulfur in diesel fuel.
One can create nitrogen oxides from nitrogen, but not sulfur.

And I disagree with their projection about gasoline, but that's something that remains to be seen.

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NOx from sulfer. That's a good one.
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