Biofuels May Not Be the Answer, Turns Out

First, Second, and Third Generation Biofuels All Hamstrung by Insurmountable Issues The name itself, biofuel, implies a clean-burning fuel. Made from crop fats and oils; biomass; or algae, the name makes biofuel sound like it would pollute less. The assumption has been — in relation to fossil fuel

Diesel Engine Damage From Incomplete Fuel Combustion

Renter Fuel Catalyst Saves More than Diesel and the Environment, Saves Diesel Engines The capacity to take abuse is a fundamental requisite of construction and development machines and transportation vehicles. Tremendous forces torque axles and drivetrains.  Operators and drivers stress the limitat

What are the Most Dangerous Greenhouse Gases?

What are Greenhouse Gases; What do They Do; Where do They Come From? The layman’s definition of greenhouse gases (GHG) tends to include misnomers. An accurate characterization of greenhouse gases is necessary to fully comprehend the process by which they increase global warming. Then, global warmi

Global Warming: Just How Much Can Earth Take?

The Nature Climate Change Journal Reports Global Temperatures to Rise 3.6 Degrees Fahrenheit by Next Century Global warming is a nebulous term. Few scientists can provide a layman’s definition of the concept. Even fewer are confidently predicting the consequences of global warming. But around

What is Diesel Fuel Atomization?

Diesel Fuel Atomization: the Past, Present, and Future of Fuel Consumption Efficiency The most effective means of cutting operating costs is the reduction of fuel consumption. Atomization reduces petroleum-fuel consumption to an equal or greater degree than any other fuel-saving technology. Fuel-ato