PropaneBy Aidan Francis and   Joel Opificius
About Propane• Propane is an alternative fuel  to gasoline• Propane is a by-product of  natural gas and crude oil
Propane Vehicles• Propane is used in many  fleet applications• Gasoline vehicles can be  converted to propane
Where Propane          Comes From• Oil comes from Saudi Arabia• Propane comes from oil
Common Items• Grill• Tiki Torch
How its made• Propane is made from a  mixture found in sandstone  and other rocks.• You separate the oil in the  sandstone...
Efficiency• Propane gets about 12.5  miles per gallon.• It is about $2.00 per gallon
Stations• There are 2421 propane  stations nation-wide.• 84 of them are in Michigan
Impacts• It is clean to the environment• It is inexpensive• It takes up 1/3 of the worlds  alternative fuels
Engine• Propane can NOT be used in  a internal combustion engine• You can put in an attachment   in the engine to where it...
Engineers• A chemical engineer in  required to make propane.• A mechanical engineer is  also required to make  propane
Car Design• Some cars are only  supposed to run on propane.• Some cars can use many  different fuels including  propane.
Newtons laws• They effect the car because  the body of the car isnt  parallel.• This is newtons 2nd law.
Projections• There is going to be a lot  more propane use by the  year of 2020• Propane will fuel almost 10%  of European ...
Resources• WWW.afdc.energy.gov• WWW.ehow.com
Quiz(Please get a piece of paper and a pencil)
Question 1: What rock do you use                to      Create propane?• A) Granite• B) Obsidian• C) Sandstone• D) None of...
Question 2:   How many propane      stations are there• A) 84        In the country?• B) 748• C) 2421• D) None of the Above
Question 3:       What is this   presentation about?• A) Propel• B) Hydrogen• C) Coal• D) None of the above
Question 4: How many miles does        propane  Get per each gallon?• A) 2• B) 12.50• C) 12.75• D) None of the Above
Question 5:   What percentage of          European Cars will use Propane• A) 10%• B) 100%• C) 1000%• D) None of the Above
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Propane

  1. 1. PropaneBy Aidan Francis and Joel Opificius
  2. 2. About Propane• Propane is an alternative fuel to gasoline• Propane is a by-product of natural gas and crude oil
  3. 3. Propane Vehicles• Propane is used in many fleet applications• Gasoline vehicles can be converted to propane
  4. 4. Where Propane Comes From• Oil comes from Saudi Arabia• Propane comes from oil
  5. 5. Common Items• Grill• Tiki Torch
  6. 6. How its made• Propane is made from a mixture found in sandstone and other rocks.• You separate the oil in the sandstone. You then boil the oil and the gasses you dont need rise away and you then process what is left after that.
  7. 7. Efficiency• Propane gets about 12.5 miles per gallon.• It is about $2.00 per gallon
  8. 8. Stations• There are 2421 propane stations nation-wide.• 84 of them are in Michigan
  9. 9. Impacts• It is clean to the environment• It is inexpensive• It takes up 1/3 of the worlds alternative fuels
  10. 10. Engine• Propane can NOT be used in a internal combustion engine• You can put in an attachment in the engine to where it takes propane
  11. 11. Engineers• A chemical engineer in required to make propane.• A mechanical engineer is also required to make propane
  12. 12. Car Design• Some cars are only supposed to run on propane.• Some cars can use many different fuels including propane.
  13. 13. Newtons laws• They effect the car because the body of the car isnt parallel.• This is newtons 2nd law.
  14. 14. Projections• There is going to be a lot more propane use by the year of 2020• Propane will fuel almost 10% of European cars
  15. 15. Resources• WWW.afdc.energy.gov• WWW.ehow.com
  16. 16. Quiz(Please get a piece of paper and a pencil)
  17. 17. Question 1: What rock do you use to Create propane?• A) Granite• B) Obsidian• C) Sandstone• D) None of the Above
  18. 18. Question 2: How many propane stations are there• A) 84 In the country?• B) 748• C) 2421• D) None of the Above
  19. 19. Question 3: What is this presentation about?• A) Propel• B) Hydrogen• C) Coal• D) None of the above
  20. 20. Question 4: How many miles does propane Get per each gallon?• A) 2• B) 12.50• C) 12.75• D) None of the Above
  21. 21. Question 5: What percentage of European Cars will use Propane• A) 10%• B) 100%• C) 1000%• D) None of the Above
  22. 22. Thank you forWatching!!!!!!!

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