Diagnosing with 5-Gas with Steven Ethridge
Steve Ethridge takes us down the road using the 5-Gas theory to help diagnose emission failures.
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Great Explanation on a Diagnostic tool that is extremely Helpful letting us know what IS and what ISN'T happening in the Combustion Chamber.
I am still waiting for you to teach a five-gas class and post it on YouTube Mr. Morton :) To this day, your explanation of five gas analyses has been the best one I have ever read.
Chad, I have been asked recently and will be doing a session on it, BUT I REALLY think that Steve did a GREAT explanation here, A BIG Thumbs Up.
An automotive combustion chamber is just like a college Frat Party The Carbon atoms are just like The frat boys. They all want to bond with oxygen. They will happily bond with any oxygen, but they really want to bond with two oxygens at the same time. Bonding with one oxygen will release a lot of energy (about 110 units). But bonding with two oxygens will release over 3.5 times as much heat…