stand-alone fuel

stand-alone fuel

[′stand ə¦lōn ′fyül]
(materials)
A fuel that is burned directly rather than being blended with another fuel.
References in periodicals archive ?
SSC Pacific's patented hydrogen sponge concept can be used to generate and safely store hydrogen gas for use in an integrated or stand-alone fuel cell as well as other hydrogen-based technologies, without the use of fossil fuel energy.
Initially the blend will be about 10%, but SunFuel will be a stand-alone fuel within 10 years, spurred on by the Government's Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation.
A stand-alone fuel processing system which utilizes the platform heat exchanger for a variety of its components is the subject of a second project, which will be partially funded by one of the EMTEC grants.
In rural areas, where commercial power lines have not yet been extended, because it is too expensive, stand-alone fuel cells can provide energy quickly and cheaply.
In rural areas, where commercial power lines have not yet been extended because they are too expensive, stand-alone fuel cells can provide energy quickly and cheaply.
Bio-methanol can be used in shipping, for example, as a stand-alone fuel, as well as for the production of biodiesel (RME), as an additive in petrol, or as a raw material in the chemical industry.
These ultra-low power, stand-alone fuel gauge ICs feature low quiescent currents and programmable alert functions for voltage, temperature, current, and state of charge (SOC).