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Future transport fuels

Peter Chapman

Future transport fuels

by Peter Chapman

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Published by Transport and Road Research Laboratory in Crowthorne .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby P. Chapman, G. Charlesworth and M. Baker.
SeriesTRRL supplementary report; 251
ContributionsCharlesworth, G., Baker, M., Transport and Road Research Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20217702M

Transport today is mostly powered by fossil fuel. The reason for this is the ease of use and the existence of mature technologies harnessing this fuel source. Fossil fuels represent a concentrated, relatively compact source of drawbacks are that they are . Environmental and health aspects of using hydrogen as a transportation fuel. Transport sector is a major contributor of the global fossil fuel combustion-related CO 2 emissions. Total fossil fuel-related CO 2 emissions increased to Gt in from Gt in and transport sector accounted for () and () Gt Cited by:

3. Fossil fuel use would fall by one-third by to meet 2˚C objectives 4. The role of fossil fuels changes by in a 2˚C energy system 5. A 2˚C energy transition has profound impacts on fossil fuel markets 6. Carbon capture is a key factor in a 2˚C energy transition 7. Appendix: scenario methodologyFile Size: 1MB. As a result of these measures, CO 2 emissions from transport in the LCT scenario fall by 2% ( Gt) from levels, compared with an increase of 13% ( Gt) in the ET scenario. Compared with the ET scenario, the majority of the reduction in emissions stems from road transport, particularly via fuel .

  Vehicles Of The Future - Future Transportation System The transportation system in the future will be very different from our current . Fuels and Fuel-Additives covers all stages and facets of the production of engine fuels as well as heating and fuel oils. The book begins with a quick portrait of the future of fuels and fuel production. Then, it sets forth the regulations controlling exhaust gas emissions and fuel .


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