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Diesel engines burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that burned

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Diesel engines burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that burned by gasoline engines of comparable size while emitting far less carbon dioxide gas and far fewer of the other greenhouse gases that have been implicated in global warming.


A) burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that burned by gasoline engines

B) burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that for gasoline engines that are

C) burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than do gasoline engines

D) burning as much as 30 percent less fuel than do gasoline engines that are

E) that burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that burned by gasoline engines


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Originally posted by NandishSS on 06 Jan 2019, 03:33.
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Re: Diesel engines burn as much as 30 percent less fuel than that burned  [#permalink]

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Yup, diesel engines work on compression, while alcohol, gas, and nitro engines use glow or spark plugs.
Diesel engines work like fire pistons, compressing the fuel/air mix to the point of ignition since air heats up when compressed. Look up the fire piston if you don't know what it is...
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