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EV CAR EXPLODES WHILE CHARGING - Read my pinned comment - Original title dead wrong.

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Published on 01 Apr 2023 / In Film & Animation

The original editor or one of them along the way, was a dumb fuck who jumped to conclusions, instead of studying the issue closely. He was dead wrong.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

If you download it and then run it at about 0.2 or 1/5th speed from 6 seconds onwards, you can see that red thing that has hit the guy, is actually a blown open LNG tank - you can see the thing has been split wide open - big jagged edges and a very fucking nasty impact..... It's like a flying bear trap.

The tank has split inside the rear of the car, and that has blasted out the back end of the car, releasing a cloud of cold LPG gas, and the tank has shot through the car, sent the bonnet flying, and shot across the car park through the air, hit the wall and then bounced back and hit the guy.....

In ultra slow motion - the BIG jagged edged of that tank - like Fuck Me....

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TelepathicRapist
TelepathicRapist 2 months ago

That might have blown up from a spark if it reached a stoichiometric mixture with the air in the trunk. That gas sinks and doesn't float away if it is propane. The valves leak some time. One spark when it is at the right ratio with air and its a bomb. I just think it's not the battery in this case it was the gas can that led to the explosion. That hit was brutal. I hope the guy was able to recover.

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Life_N_Times_of_Shane_T_Hanson

Get VLC media player - plays almost aabsolutely everything.... download it and then run it at about 0.2 or 1/5th speed or slower.... and pause it, on a frame by frame basis. The so called heavier than air gas such as methane etc., are ONY heavier than air when COLD.... when at regular air temperatures, they can be used as lifting gasses in ballons. own open LNG tank - you can see the thing has been split wide open - big jagged edges and a very fucking nasty impact..... It's like a flying bear trap. 1) NTP - Normal Temperature and Pressure - is defined as 20oC (293.15 K, 68oF) and 1 atm ( 101.325 kN/m2, 101.325 kPa, 14.7 psia, 0 psig, 30 in Hg, 760 torr) https://www.engineeringtoolbox.....com/gas-density-d_1

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