Taymaz, Imdat; Benli, Merthan
September 2009
Engineer & the Machinery Magazine;Sep2009, Issue 596, p20
Academic Journal
Nowadays in the transportation sector, because of fossil fuel prices increase and environment damage, interest in alternative fuels in continuous increasing. Methanol which is the one of the alternative fuels, can be used in different ways in vehicles. In this study, three different using ways of methanol in vehicles will be examined, and will compare between them and other energy sources.


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