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ADVANCED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ELECTRICAL GENERATOR

@inproceedings{Blarigan2002ADVANCEDIC,
  title={ADVANCED INTERNAL COMBUSTION ELECTRICAL GENERATOR},
  author={Peter Van Blarigan},
  year={2002}
}
In this paper, research on hydrogen internal combustion engines is discussed. The objective of this project is to provide a high efficiency means of renewable hydrogen-based fuel utilization. The development of a high efficiency, low emissions electrical generator will lead to establishing a path for renewable hydrogen-based fuel utilization. A full-scale prototype will be produced in collaboration with industrial partners. The electrical generator is based on developed internal combustion… Expand

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