Reply To: Why petrol cannot be used in diesel engine?

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 shehbaz14 
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Diesel Engines use pressure start innovation to smolder fuel. That implies the fuel is compacted till it blazes. That requires a specific sort of fuel, which doesn’t smolder sporadically when subjected to pressure. Petrol does not fall in this class. Thus it isn’t utilized as a part of diesel motors.

That being said, Homogeneous Charge Compression Ignition (HCCI) motors can blaze petrol.

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