Hi, a friend of mine that's studying chemical engineering and I are looking at the viability of building a hydrogen powered car. We're doing our research and calculations at the moment. We've looked at some past research and he's decided on a air/hydrogen ratio of 137.33/4 because we need to keep it quite lean. I'm just trying to figure out how many moles of Hydrogen we'll need to supply to the engine per liter of engine capacity or at least how to convert the amount of gasoline that the engine uses at full throttle to the amount of moles of hydrogen we'd need to supply it with.
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