e.g. energy density for methanol is 22700KjKg but what does this tell us... is it useful to know in terms of practicality?
Why is energy density used for? Watch
- Thread Starter
- 19-12-2010 20:14
- 19-12-2010 20:23
standard enthalpy values are all well and good, however if you are having to transport the fuel then it's very useful to know how much energy it provides per gram or kilogram rather than per mole.
It's an important consideration when thinking about alternative fuels for cars.