Why is a diesel engine so good in the first place?
We’ve been talking about the diesel engine for a while now, but the answer has always been simple: It’s really, really good at running on oil.
The answer has been revealed to us by a new study conducted by German researchers who found that diesel engines performed much better than conventional diesel engines on a range of energy-related tasks such as power transmission and fuel consumption.
The study also found that the diesel engines were much more efficient than conventional engines when compared to a conventional gasoline engine.
It’s not a great surprise that the Diesel engine is so good at handling low-energy loads, as diesel engines have been around for a long time.
They’ve been around a long, long time, and they’ve always been the best performing.
But it’s the ability to perform so well when it comes to a wide range of tasks, including the energy-efficiency and energy efficiency of the fuel itself, that’s a major selling point for diesel engines.
The researchers from the University of Tübingen (UT) and the Technical University of Munich (TUM) decided to test their diesel engines against each other to see how well they could handle a wide variety of energy levels.
They found that there are different types of diesel engines, which are different in how efficient they are.
In general, diesel engines are good at performing on average between 2 and 3 percent lower energy than a gasoline engine, while in extreme situations, the difference is up to 25 percent.
In the worst-case scenario, they found that a diesel would run between 8 and 9 percent slower than a conventional engine.
That’s significant, as conventional engines are used in a range.
A typical car uses a diesel to run on diesel fuel, and that’s the type of engine that is used in the Volkswagen Golf, the Volkswagen Passat, the Mitsubishi Lancer and the Volvo S60.
But what makes diesel engines so efficient?
According to the researchers, the answer is actually quite simple: They’re made of a composite material called polyethylene, which is extremely good at absorbing and storing heat.
As a result, the engine is able to run more efficiently when running on high-energy levels.
In a study conducted last year, the German researchers found that conventional diesel generators had a theoretical maximum power of 3.7 kW, but a diesel generator could theoretically generate 4.2 kW, which would be up to 2 percent more efficient.
However, a diesel can still run at 3.4 kW, even if its efficiency drops below 4 percent.
The difference is due to a difference in fuel efficiency between diesel and gasoline.
So, if you’re going to use diesel engines for your everyday use, it’s important to understand how efficient these engines are.
In extreme situations where there is high demand, such as for a high-speed train, a good diesel can run at a much higher speed.