What is the specific fuel consumption formula?

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The specific fuel consumption formula is a formula that is used to measure the fuel efficiency of a basic engine or a shaft rotating engine. This formula is generally the fuel consumption of the vehicle divided by the braking power of that same vehicle. This ratio is used to determine the amount of power provided by an engine when compared to the consumption of fuel required to generate that power. The number is used to determine which engines are the most fuel efficient.
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