My Yawnmore shop manual gives performance curves, including fuel consumption for the GM/HM series diesels. The fuel consumption curves are puzzling to me; data is given in two ways, "g/kW.h" and "g/HP.h".
(Actually, the period between kW or HP and the 'h' is in the middle of the letters, not low like a period, so possibly a 'times' thing.)
I know the kW stands for kilowatts and the HP for horsepower, but can anyone translate this into something non-engineers can understand? How does one arrive at a simple gallons per hour? We're talking graph numbers of around 200-280 at cruising speed, and I KNOW that ain't 'gph'!