ROUGHLY a third of the energy contained in fuel is converted to “power” in an internal-combustion engine. The other two-thirds are lost to the cooling system and along the exhaust pipe (ignoring frictional and other losses). To put engine cooling into perspective, a normal household kettle is rated ...
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