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Salahi, M. M., Mahmoudzadeh Andwari, A., Könnö, J. & Gharehghani, A. (2023). Hydrogen and ammonia fuelled internal combustion engines, a pathway to carbon-neutral fuels future. Future Technology, 2(2), 32–35.

Hydrogen and ammonia fuelled internal combustion engines, a pathway to carbon-neutral fuels future

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Author: Salahi, Mohammad Mahdi1; Mahmoudzadeh Andwari, Amin1; Könnö, Juho1;
Organizations: 1Machine and Vehicle Design (MVD), Materials and Mechanical Engineering, University of Oulu, P.O. Box 4200, FI-90014 Oulu, Finland
2School of Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Tehran, Iran
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Language: English
Published: Future Publishing, 2023
Publish Date: 2022-12-09


Issues such as climate change and ever-increasing global warming have obliged governments and world authorities to comply with stringent regulations on the control of greenhouse gas(GHG) emissions in internal combustion engines (ICEs). Carbon dioxide (CO2), the most produced GHG, has been the major concern of climate change in recent years. To reduce carbon emissions, fuels with lower carbon content, such as alcohol fuels, or fuels with no carbon content, like hydrogen and ammonia, should be taken into consideration to be replaced by fossil fuels in internal combustion engines.

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Series: Future technology
ISSN: 2832-0379
ISSN-E: 2832-0379
ISSN-L: 2832-0379
Volume: 2
Issue: 2
Pages: 32 - 35
DOI: 10.55670/fpll.futech.2.2.4
Type of Publication: A1 Journal article – refereed
Field of Science: 214 Mechanical engineering
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