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." Nevertheless, he has written a new book that provides a blueprint for The Zero-Carbon Car (Aztext Press, 2007).
First, note that the Aladdin lamp is not the kind you have to pump up, and it uses common kerosene, not any exotic fuel.
The company says the modular approach allows designers to build flexible, scalable and cost effective burner management systems that can address contemporary requirements such as those demanded by low-NOx burner technology and the popularity of biogas, off-gas, syngas and other exotic fuels.
Others will utilize exotic fuels, materials, and coolants to decrease the cost of delivered power or provide high-temperature process heat for industrial manufacturing.
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.
The company says the modular approach allows designers to build flexible, scalable and cost effective Burner Management Systems that can address contemporary requirements such as those demanded by low-NOx burner technology and the popularity of biogas, off-gas, syngas and other exotic fuels. The CMS allows up to 10 output channels to be configured to control a variety of control element components such as air and recirculation dampers, fuel valves and variable speed drives.