How Does A Gas Nozzle Know When To Shut Off?

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+4 1. joeman commented 7 years ago

Makes sense...
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+1 2. LightAng3l commented 7 years ago

I always thought there was a little elf inside the nozzle that signaled the dwarfs in the underground gas mine to stop pumping.... huh, go figure.
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+12 3. mwak commented 7 years ago

No so "complex" but very interesting indeed.
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+10 4. Calvinius commented 7 years ago

Be honest now, when was the last time you filled the whole tank!?
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+13 5. msavio008 commented 7 years ago

Now explain why it automatically shuts off right when I start pumping
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+12 6. quadie commented 7 years ago

this guy doesn't seen to have been the best candidate for explaining science
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+6 7. WildMonkey commented 7 years ago

Now explain how gas prices are set, not even Nobel winning economists know. They just say, that the oil companies don't say.
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+2 8. drunkmonk commented 7 years ago

God. This was boggling me since childhood.
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-5 9. TaxCollector commented 7 years ago

It's petrol, not gas.
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+5 10. Skeesicks commented 7 years ago

That's one of the worst explanation videos I've ever seen.
Shure they explain the basic pri8nciple, but did anybody really know now how it works.

Why does the Venturi Tube change pressure and how is the little tube connected to the venturi tube....the schematics are more confusing than helping explain this thing!
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-1 11. dave9191 commented 7 years ago

So there was me expecting to find out how the gas stoves and gas boilers shut off when there is no flame in a fail safe fashion. And instead I find a video about petrol.