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Transport Fuels Technology update Service: Correlated papers on Transport fuels today ... and tomorrow: Year 2019

Transport fuels today ... and tomorrow? - What the literature tells us during year 2019
What the literature tells us during year 2019

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 Alternative Fuels
A2 References

B Compression-Ignition (Diesel Cycle) Engines
B1 General
B2 References

C Jet (Joule/Brayton Cycle) Engines
C! Alternative Fuels
C2 References

D Electric and Hybrid Drive Systems
D1.1 Road
D1.1.1 Battery
D1.1.2 Consequences
D1.2 Air
D1.3 Marine
D2 Hybrid Drives
D2.1 Road
D2.2 Air
D2.3 Marine
D3 References

E Fuel Cells
E1 Road
E2 Air
E3 Rail
E4 Marine
E5 References

F Solar
F1 Road
F2 Air
F3 References

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