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The FOXHOLE Ep 2
Following the live airing of this last night (28 September 2023), Malcolm Bendall sent the following image towards an answer to one of my burning questions. I noted that I had not seen anything working under load.
The above chart indicates that more fuel is used when a HydroCarbon base electrical generator is running with no load and under load. It implies the 400ml of fuel lasts 4.12% less time when running with no load (perhaps this includes UV pre-ioniser losses and will certainly partly be cause by pulling the air through the bubbler). When on heavy load, the generator apparently runs 13.49% longer.
If the claims about negligible CO, CO2, NOX and HCs in the exhaust, this would presumably apply in all circumstances.
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