There are 9 files, weighing 6.3 MiB with 13,458 hits in Alternative Fuels.
Displaying 1 to 9 of 9 files.
Ammonia as a H2 carrier
» 637.6 KiB - 1,675 hits - December 1, 2008
Appears to be an independent assessment of the pros and cons of ammonia as a hydrogen carrier / fuel for ICs. Overall fairly favourable - indicates that hydrogen is likely to be far more dangerous as a fuel than ammonia and very hard to transport. States that effectively ammonia can be made to have zero tailpipe emissions and can be used at the same engine efficiency as diesel.
Caddy EcoFuel 26.02.08
» 370.2 KiB - 1,370 hits - December 18, 2008
Econic semi-trailer truck
» 464.7 KiB - 779 hits - December 18, 2008
Efficiencies of various fuels & batteries from electricity.xls
» 33.5 KiB - 694 hits - December 3, 2008
Survey of relative efficiencies of various means of powering fueling vehicles from electricity including liquid fuels and batteries. From Dr Mark Barrett UCL London
Electric Vehicles for Low-carbon Transport -J Gibbins et al
» 252.2 KiB - 892 hits - October 18, 2008
This paper examines some key differences between battery electric vehicles (BEVs) and fuel-cell vehicles (FCVs), including their relative efficiency for using different forms of energy and the technical and infrastructural challenges associated with their introduction. (If you are interested in this article, you may be interested in the article on ammonia for engines - a much better alternative in some people's eyes - http://www.claverton-energy.com/download/159/ or this bio methane article - http://www.claverton-energy.com/bio-methane-fuelled-vehicles-john-baldwin-cng-services.html
GTL v LNG-CNG for transport 29 Jan 09
» 2.0 MiB - 2,410 hits - January 29, 2009
Efficiency well to wheel and lowest carbon footprint, for gas to lng to cng in vehicles compared to gas to diesel or gas to liquids.
Hydrogen v Battery Cars - Why Top Gear haven’t done their arithmetic - Nazi Sharks
» 317.1 KiB - 3,186 hits - January 11, 2009
comparison of different power optoins for electric cars - batteries or fuel cells.
Running buses on ammonia in 1943
» 1.9 MiB - 1,006 hits - November 27, 2008
Interesting technical article about running buses / diesel engines/ in Belgium in 1943 on ammonia plus coal gas mix - full technical details.replacement fuels, alternative transport fuels. 8 buses on 3 different lines travelled 10s of thousands of miles during 1943/44. No injuries or engine damage.
Solid state ammonia production
» 392.8 KiB - 1,446 hits - November 28, 2008
Solid state, cheap, low energy ammonia production.
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