high-energy fuel


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high-energy fuel

[′hī ‚en·ər·jē ′fyül]
(materials)
Fuel that upon combustion provides greater energy than that from conventional carbonaceous fuels; specifically, a hydroboron.
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TFP is a hydrothermal process that uses heat and pressure to convert sewage sludge, a by-product of municipal wastewater treatment plants, into a high-energy fuel.
TFP is a hydrothermal process that utilizes heat and pressure to convert sewage sludge, a by-product of municipal wastewater treatment plants, into a high-energy fuel.
the advent of artificial muscles directly powered by high-energy fuels is "a very big deal.
Once we've extracted these solids, what's left is high-energy fuel, which can be mixed with coal or other solid fuels," he adds.
Little's view of the sustainability of existing biofuels and biofuel development processes; including biodiesel and bioethanol, as well as the projected hopes for future development in: second-generation biofuels, novel high-energy fuel molecules, and processing innovation.
The electric fuel cell propulsion system onboard the Ion Tiger has the low noise and signature of a battery-powered UAV, while taking advantage of hydrogen, a high-energy fuel.
The system employs a combination of thermal insulation and an enclosure for the storage and controlled distribution of hydrogen as a high-energy fuel.
TFP will allow new or existing wastewater treatment plants in China to convert their sewage sludge into a high-energy fuel, while at the same time, enhancing the recovery of ammonia from the plants digesters to make a commercial grade fertilizer.
ThermoFuel is an innovative renewable energy process that converts waste activated sludge into a low-moisture, high-energy fuel that meets EQ Class A standards and can be used by cement and power plants.

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