Liquid flammable substance that produces heat or power.
Mainly contains hydrocarbons or mixtures thereof. Natural natural oil or crude oil.
Processed from the processing of petroleum derived gasoline, kerosene, diesel oil, fuel oil, with the oil shale distillation derived shale oil, and carbon monoxide and hydrogen from the synthetic oil.
Liquid fuels have the following advantages over solid fuels:
(1) about 30% lighter than coal with the same amount of thermal energy, accounting for about 50% less space;
(2) can be stored far away from the furnace, oil storage cabinets can be informal, storage convenience is also better than gas fuel;
(3) can be used to send thin pipe, the labor costs less;
(4) easy to control combustion;
(5) basically no ash.
Liquid fuels are used in internal combustion engines and jets. Can be used as raw materials for the manufacture of oil and gas and carbon gas can also be used as organic synthesis industry raw materials.