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ED3

This is a retired HUGO symbol for what is now designated EDAR.
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In table 2, for torque, it appears that the average values using B5 and ED3 did not differ.
In this figure, it is noticed a tendency of increase in consumption values when the ethanol content is incremented in the ED mixture, except when the engine used ED3 because the lower fuel consumption values were found.
For the specific fuel consumption (Table 2), it was found that when compared with B5, the ED3 had a reduction of 5.
It can be considered that the best results were found when using ED3, since this fuel was obtained with the lowest consumption values, without providing difference in the values of torque and power of the engine when compared with B5.
Rapid Population Growth: ED3 serves 22,800 customers in an area south of Phoenix that experienced rapid population growth last decade.
Minimal Capital Needs: ED3 built out its distribution system during a period of exceptional growth last decade.
However, in 2001 ED3 terminated a lease back agreement for the operation of certain district assets to begin a transition toward greater responsibility over its power supply.
SOURCE: Federal Interagency Forum on Child and Family Statistics, America's Children in Brief: Key National Indicators of Well Being 2007, Indicator Tables ED3.