1988-02-01

Alternative Fuel Capabilities of the Mod II Stirling Vehicle 880543

The Stirling engine is an inherently multifuel engine that has been demonstrated to operate on a wide range of alternate fuels. Among the attractive fuel alternatives for the Stirling engine in a variety of applications are methanol/ethanol, natural gas, jet fuels and synthetic fuels.

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