alcohol fuel

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alcohol fuel

[′al·kə‚hȯl ‚fyül]
(materials)
A motor fuel of gasoline blended with 5-25% of anhydrous ethyl alcohol; used particularly in Europe.
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Drunk drivers kill passengers and pedestrians and alcohol fuels domestic violence and random attacks.
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIA ON ALCOHOL FUELS (ISAF) XV: ALCOHOL FUELS' ROLE IN SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION -- ALCOHOLS AND OTHER RENEWABLE FUTURE FUELS, September 26-28, 2005, Hyatt Regency Islandia Hotel and Marina, San Diego, CA
The University of California (UC), Riverside's Environmental Research Institute will host the 15th International Symposia on Alcohol Fuels (ISAF XV), the theme of which is "Alcohol Fuels' Role in Sustainable Transportation: Alcohols and Other Renewable Future Fuels," September 26 through 28 at the Hyatt Regency Islandia Hotel and Marina in San Diego, CA.
With them, Holtzapple says, bioreactors should be able to economically create solvents, high-grade alcohol fuels, and feedstocks for plastics.
Clean-burning stoves and alcohol fuels can dramatically change these statistics and that is why we have Forum participants coming from around the world to learn more about these practical and affordable solutions.
ATLANTA -- WHAT: The International Institute for Ecological Agriculture (IIEA) and Project Gaia welcome International delegates to their International Forum focused on the localized production and use of appropriate-scale alcohol fuel for clean indoor cooking and energy needs.
According to globally-renowned regenerative agriculture and alcohol fuel expert and author of the critically acclaimed book Alcohol Can Be A Gas
Ahrens established and served as the first president of the California Alcohol Fuels Commission.
The nanocatalysts used in these devices facilitate the conversion of simple alcohol fuels such as methanol to electrical energy.
Initial focus will be on direct alcohol fuel cells for portable applications.
The paper will be presented at the International Symposium on Alcohol Fuels held in Phuket, Thailand November 12-15, 2002.
Moreover, the flexibility of Medis' technology allows it to use alcohol fuels that have a much lower freezing point than diluted methanol thus helping to overcome the problem of using diluted methanol in colder climates.