Alternative Fuels

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CRC Press, Sep 1, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 650 pages
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Environmentally acceptable alternative fuels are in demand. This book dicusses the energy resources that are directly tied to the alleviation of petroleum dependence, and the science and technology in the area of alternative fuels. Various process treatments leading to cleaner and better use of existing fuel resources are discussed. This comprehensive reference book is consistent and is helpful for students and researchers.
  

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Contents

Problems
26
Problems
90
References
158
COAL LIQUEFACTION FOR ALTERNATIVE LIQUID FUELS
165
References
219
References
254
References
284
References
360
References
378
BIOMASS CONVERSION
409
ALTERNATIVE SOURCE OF ENERGY FROM
453
References
472
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Sunggyu Lee is Robert Iredell Professor and Chair of the Chemical Engineering Department at The University of Akron.

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