Fuel and Fuel Systems in Plug-in Hybrid Cars

Fuel and fuel systems in plug-in hybrid cars, the working time will be different from the fuel and fuel systems in conventional or non plug-in hybrid cars.

Fuel and fuel systems in hybrid cars will work more often than plug-in hybrid cars. In a plug-in hybrid car the fuel and fuel system will rarely work, especially if synthetic fuels are expensive and common charging systems are widely available. This can happen because users of plug-in hybrid cars will more often charge electricity to the battery for use rather than fuel.

Fuel and fuel systems in plug-in hybrid cars that rarely work can cause problems, either from the fuel or the fuel system. Fuel that is not used in the fuel tank for too long can change its chemical structure. If a fuel that has changed its chemical structure, or a fuel whose chemical structure is still good but is contaminated with fuel whose chemical structure has been damaged is used to start an internal combustion engine, the fuel system may have problems.

As designers we have thought of solutions to the problems ahead, with slight modifications to the fuel system, so that the fuel system becomes more robust. We have submitted this fuel system to Bosch, as one of the fuel system manufacturers, if you are interested in this fuel system, please click on our post entitled Bosch Adaptive Fuel Injection System or click here.