exotic fuel

exotic fuel

Any unusual fuel for an air-breathing engine, which will produce greater thrust.
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Author/engineer/renewable energy expert Bill Kemp agrees, saying that he believes "that personal transportation vehicles, whether plug-in hybrid or fueled with hydrogen or some hitherto unknown clean, exotic fuel, will come to an end in the foreseeable future.
First, note that the Aladdin lamp is not the kind you have to pump up, and it uses common kerosene, not any exotic fuel.
For most of the CSE, whose fuel UNGG (natural uranium, graphite, gas), their nature and their very different geometry does not allow them to be evacuated directly to their outlet in the state (incompatible with the packaging or transport storage, degraded or exotic fuels R & D samples, .
Synthetic Genomics' CEO wants his cells to make ethanol, hydrogen, and other exotic fuels for vehicles.
Several researchers are looking at the use of exotic fuels, such as dimethyl ether, to help reduce the occurrence of PM in various EGR schemes.
N-nitrosodimethylamine, also known as NDMA, was discovered in groundwater at a storage complex for exotic fuels west of National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Dryden Flight Research Center.