LPG in Automotive EngineeringPowered by COBUILD (ɛl pi dʒi) or liquefied petroleum gas
(Automotive engineering: Fuels, oils, emissions, and other fluids) LPG is an alternative type of fuel for vehicles, consisting of hydrocarbon gases in liquid form.
⇒ There will be a $1000 government grant for each new LPG vehicle. ⇒ His vehicles are equipped to run on LPG in order to restrict pollution. ⇒ They plan to develop the use of alternative vehicle fuels, through price reductions
on LPG and encouragement of the use of electric vehicles.
⇒ LPG is hydrocarbon fractions which are lighter than gasoline, such as ethane, propane,
and butane, kept in a liquid state through compression and/or refrigeration. ⇒ LPG differs from other petroleum products in that it turns to liquid under pressure and
vaporizes or becomes burnable when the pressure is released. ⇒ LPG is a gas which has been converted into a liquid containing propane and butane, at
low pressures and moderate temperatures, often after the cracking process.