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Hydrogen fuel car

Posted by Krzysztof Lis on April 15, 2008

This is an article about hydrogen fuel car – a car fueled with hydrogen. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

Autogas – article from Wikipedia

Posted by Krzysztof Lis on April 1, 2008

I put this article here as a reference to all other articles on autogas. I’ll write a article or two about this fuel here, because in many countries autogas is considered a very cheap and convenient gasoline (petrol) alternative. Though it is not a biofuel, it surely is alternative car fuel, so it has to be written about here.

The site automatically downloads the article from Wikipedia, so you can say it is up to date. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

Biodiesel Car Is The New Way To Drive

Posted by Krzysztof Lis on March 30, 2008

by Daniel Roshard

In todays society, Researchers in the United States and around the world are searching for ways to develop alternate forms of fuel. With the ever-rising fuel costs, developing alternate energy is a priority. Bio diesel was developed to combat the high gas and oil prices. It is especially made for use in bio diesel cars and trucks. Bio diesel is made from all naturalfoods that produce oil. Oils such as vegetable, canola, peanut, rapeseed, palm and olive oil can be used as bio diesel fuel. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »

Diesel engines

Posted by Krzysztof Lis on March 15, 2008

Diesel engines, called also compression ignition engines, are internal combustion engines operating on Diesel cycle. The principles of this cycle as well as first diesel engine were discovered in 1890s by Rudolf Diesel.

The combustion in diesel engine is started when the pressure in combustion chamber exceeds ignition point of fuel injected to the chamber. During the compression stroke, the air inside the combustion chamber is compressed and because of that it increases it’s temperature. On a proper timing fuel is injected to the combustion chamber and ignites from the hot air inside. WAIT! There is more to read… read on »