Fuel and lubricants

Millers oils 20w50NT oil

Increased usage of nanotechnology in engine oils

Specialist oil developer and producer Millers Oils will introduce a new, High Performance Classic 20w50NT oil at Race Retro, Stoneleigh Park, February 21-23. The fully synthetic, low friction engine oil has been developed especially for high-performance classic vehicles providing better wear protection and increased efficiency over traditional oils. “Many classic car owners don’t realize that […]

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Audi e-fuel injection in glass engine

Audi e-fuels demonstrate benefits through tests results

[image_frame style=”framed_shadow” align=”right” alt=”e-fuel injection in glass engine” title=”Precision injection – just a few milliliters of fuel at a time are injected into the pressure chamber.” height=”200″ width=”150″]https://www.car-engineer.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/e-fuel-injection-in-glass-engine.jpg[/image_frame]The development of Audi e-fuels has reached a new milestone. The synthetic fuels have now completed a test cycle in Ingolstadt in the pressure chamber and the glass

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oil filter module MANN-HUMMEL

New MANN-FILTER design for improved oil filter changes

In March, filtration specialist MANN+HUMMEL launched a new oil filter on the market. The MANN-FILTER “HU 1291 z” for commercial vehicles facilitates disassembly in the workshop and saves installation space due to its enhanced filter medium. The company has been granted patents in several countries for the filter element, which features a bayonet connection and

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ivan nesterov tyumen

A new solid fuel invented by Tyumen university scientists

Professor of the Tyumen State Oil and Gas University and corresponding member of Russian Academy of Sciences, Ivan Nesterov have created a new type of fuel, according to the website of the university.[image_frame style=”framed_shadow” align=”right” alt=”Ivan Nesterov” title=”Ivan Nesterov” height=”250″ width=”200″]https://www.car-engineer.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/ivan-nesterov.jpg[/image_frame] As a result of laboratory tests, Tyumen scientists have found that a solid fuel

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Renault K4M engine adapted to ethanol

Adapting an engine to Ethanol fuel (Flex fuel)

Fuel Characteristics Ethanol is a fuel obtained from the distillation and fermentation of starchy crops such as corn. In France, ethanol fuel is sold as E85. It is a mixture of ethanol / gasoline (volume ratio: 85% ethanol to 15% gasoline). It is widely used in Sweden, Brazil and the USA, where it is used as

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