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Transport Fuels Technology update Service: Correlated papers on Transport fuels today ... and tomorrow? Year 2017

Transport fuels today ... and tomorrow? - What the literature tells us during year 2017

What the literature tells us during year 2017

Since publishing Transport Fuels Technology* in year 2000, Eric Goodger has continued to update by detecting and abstracting items of relevant news across the scientific/engineering literature.   These abstracts are included on a continuing basis on the website of the Energy Institute.   The following presentations collate these news items relevant to the methods of  propulsion shown below

A.     Spark-Ignition (Otto Cycle) Engines

A1 General
A2 Alternative Fuels
A3 Alternative Engine Design
A4  References

B.     Compression-Ignition (Diesel Cycle) Engines

B1 General
B2 Air
B3 Emissions
B4 Alternative Fuels
           B4.1  Biofuels
            B4.2  Natural Gas
            B4.3  Plastic
B5  References

C .    Jet (Joule/Brayton Cycle) Engines

C1 Emissions
C2 Alternative Biojet
C3 High Performance
C4 References

D.     Electric and Hybrid Drive Systems

D1 Electric Drives
D1.1 Road
D1.2 Air
D1.3 Traction Batteries
D1.4 Superconductors
D2 Hybrid Drives
D2.1 Piston Engine/Electric
D2.2 Gas Turbine Engine/Electric
D3 References

E.     Fuel Cells

E1 Road
E2 Rail
E3 Air
E4 Fuel Cell Units
E5 References

F.     Solar Systems

F1 Air
F2 References
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