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    Our Air is Our Future! Hydrogen? The latest craze these days is hybrid cars. People are looking for alternatives to their gas-guzzlers and are opting for more fuel-efficient vehicles. With the rise of gasoline prices and the ever-increasing dependence on foreign oil, something has to be done, and quick! At last, we may have finally found a solution, the hydrogen car! Will it surpass the electric and battery cars we have today? In his first term President Bush proposed $1.2 billion in research funding

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    Alternative Fuels

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    favor alternative fuels to power autos. Many possible alternative fuels exist, certainly not without their drawbacks. These alternatives include, but are not limited to, alcohols, gasohols, and both liquefied and gaseous natural gas, as well as hydrogen. As mentioned above, drawbacks do exist; the chief drawbacks being cost of adaption implementation, engineering, and cost of the fuels themselves. As stated by many a chairman of petroleum companies, alternative fuels have limited applications and

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    The Hydrogen Secret

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    alternate energy research with hydrogen as the front runner. This is free money companies are receiving to research and develop hydrogen-powered vehicles. It's no wonder why people are lured into the hydrogen revolution. Each type of alternate energy comes with its own pros and cons. Like any product, the marketers will only mention the pros of the product they are selling and the cons of their competitors. In the end whoever has the most money, wins. Hydrogen powered vehicles have received the most attention

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    Hydrogen Fuel Cell

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    Hydrogen Fuel Cell The Hydrogen Fuel Cell could revolutionize the world. This ingenious technology, which creates electricity from the chemical reactions of hydrogen and oxygen has, in its 150-year history, passed many of the critical tests along the path from invention to innovation. Recent developments in fuel cell technology and concurrent developments within the energy and automotive industries have brought the world to brink of the fuel cell age and the hydrogen economy. The future is

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    Fuel Cells s a Method of Powering a Bus

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    public transportation more effectively, it’s important to research technology that will help improve both fuel economy, and reduce emissions. One method of reducing emissions, while increasing fuel economy is using a hydrogen fuel cell. Fuel cells use the chemical reaction of mixing hydrogen and oxygen to form water, and in the process electrical energy is formed. This energy is used to power a battery, which will then power an electric motor. There are many different types of fuel cells with varying

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    Hydrogen, the most abundant element in the universe, has the potential to be a zero-emission energy carrier of the future. However, hydrogen does not exist naturally; by unlocking the chemical bonds that form water and natural gas, two of the many substances containing hydrogen, hydrogen can be produced [1]. At 52,000 Btu/lb, hydrogen has the highest energy content per unit weight of all fuels [2]. This makes hydrogen an excellent energy carrier; an energy carrier moves and delivers energy in a usable

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    they are looking for alternatives. The development of hybrid engines, further development of diesel engines, and the possibility of hydrogen powered vehicles has brought a glimmer of hope to people around the world. Continuing development of many of these projects can be extremely useful in the future. I feel engineers should continue to work on some of these vehicles so that peoples wallets aren't left empty. HYBRID ENGINES THE BASICS The hybrid engine is an engine that still uses gasoline

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    The Hydrogen Fuel Cell and the Electric Car

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    replaced by the gas-powered vehicles. Reasons for the change being that the electric car could not travel long distances without recharging due to the limited storage capacities of batteries, it was faster to fuel a gas car than recharge an electric car, and finally, the mass production of the gas car lowered its price significantly compared to the electric car. Present day, the conventional gas powered vehicle is still preferred over electric cars, but advances in hydrogen fuel cell technology are

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    Fuel Crises Essay

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    drilling for more oil, electric vehicles and investment into alternative energy is the only way to avert this crisis. Conventional engine technologies in combination with hydrogen, hybrid and Biofuels will prove to be appropriate options. The blending of renewable components into petrol and diesel will help reduce CO2 emissions and also ease concerns about energy security. There are numerous conditions that a fuel has to meet before it is fit for powering a vehicle. The fuel has to deliver sufficient

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    boost the development of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles. [1][2] In 1999, two state government agencies, California Air Resources Board and California Energy Commission, came together with six private sector companies, Ballard Power Systems, DaimlerChrysler, Ford Motor Company, BP, Shell Hydrogen and ChevronTexaco to form the California Fuel Cell Partnership (CaFCP). The CaFCP is based in California. [2][3] The main office has infrastructure for vehicle maintenance and has hydrogen fueling station as well

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