1962-01-01

Liquefied Petroleum Gas - A Possible Alternate Fuel for Railroad Locomotives 620383

Because fuel accounts for a high percentage of railroad operating costs, interest is developing in a possible alternate fuel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). This paper discusses LPG in terms of cost, availability, and methods of adaptation to present locomotive engines.

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