exotic fuels

exotic fuels

[ig′zäd·ik ′fyülz]
(materials)
The hydroborons which have higher calorific values than do the carbon-hydrogen fuels, once proposed as high-energy fuels for aircraft and missiles; include borane (BH3), borobutane (B4H10), and borodecane (B10H14).
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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.
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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.