5 edition of The value and impacts of alternative fuel distribution concepts found in the catalog.
The value and impacts of alternative fuel distribution concepts
David M. Oaks
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||David M. Oaks, Matthew Stafford, Bradley Wilson.|
|Contributions||Stafford, Matthew., Wilson, Bradley, 1979-|
|LC Classifications||UC263 .O23 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009006969|
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and hydrogen fuel cells. Factors such as cost, fuel distribution, emissions, vehicle systems analysis, energy storage, power and propulsion systems, and advanced power electronics are just some of the considerations in phasing in alternative fuels and advanced vehicle design. Complete Combustion. Fuel (hydrocarbons) + Air (O. 2 & N) ⇒ CO 2. The fuel's calorific value, also known as the heat of combustion or fuel heating value, is dictated by the enthalpy contribution from each species. Analyzing a hydrocarbon molecule's main constituents (hydrogen and carbon) on a mass basis, a higher H/C (H/C m) increases the fuel's heating value due to the greater contribution from hydrogen.
Within the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics at MIT, his research focused on modeling the impacts of alternative jet fuels and innovative aircraft concepts on energy efficiency, noise, air quality and global climate change. He received his B.S., M.S., and PhD in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University. “hybrid autos that use alternative fuels will keep gas prices down”. Variables directly related to the dependent variable: age, education level, income level, and “hybrid autos that use alternative fuels will keep gas prices down.” The most important independent variable, in terms of beta value of, is age. Standard four-seater model.
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The Value and Impacts of Alternative Fuel Distribution Concepts. Assessing the Army's Future Needs for Temporary Fuel Pipelines. by David M. Oaks, Matthew Stafford, Bradley Wilson.
Related Topics: Alternative Fuel Vehicles, Military Logistics, National Security and Terrorism; Citation; EmbedAuthor: David M. Oaks, Matthew Stanford, Bradley Wilson. Value and impacts of alternative fuel distribution concepts. Santa Monica, CA: RAND Arroyo Center, (OCoLC) Online version: Oaks, David M.
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xii The Value and Impacts of Alternative Fuel Distribution Concepts Table S.1 Summary of Historical Cases from Vietnam to OIF NOTES: HRS = Hose Reel System, AB = air base, AFB = Air Force Base, LWST= lightweight steel tubing, IPDS = Inland Petroleum Distribution System.
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