Since decade 3 of the 20th century, alcohol fuels as a type of fuel for cars have been in use in the countries of South America.
At the same time, within the combustion of alcohol fuels, the formation of low temperature zones in the cylinder increases the number of aldehydes in Otto internal combustion engines and the emission of hydrocarbon in the exhaust gases of diesel engines 2-3 times.
The principal disadvantage of the multi component alcohol fuels application is the basic instability of these owing to poor solubility of alcohols in diesel fuel.
acts of crime, violence and disorder.
PEOPLE living near Radford Common believe alcohol fuels
a lot of the trouble they experience.
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
With them, Holtzapple says, bioreactors should be able to economically create solvents, high-grade alcohol fuels
, and feedstocks for plastics.
Technology already exists to power vehicles using alcohol fuels, electricity, natural gas, propane, and hydrogen.
Even more impetus will come from the 1988 Alternative Motor Fuels Act, intended to increase use of alcohol fuels and natural gas as energy sources and to spur the production of vehicles designed to run on them.
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.
40 alcohol fuel
credit for the production of cellulosic biofuel after December 31, 2008 (Sec.