U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology

April 10, 2014 by  
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United States Navy scientists claim they have successfully developed a method of converting seawater into jet fuel . Researchers at the Naval Research Laboratory developed a technology that extracts carbon dioxide and hydrogen from seawater and then converts these gases into a hydrocarbon liquid fuel. Sorcery you say? Well, the scientists haven’t just produced the fuel, they’ve also used it to power a miniature radio-controlled flying jet. Read the rest of U.S. Navy Converts Seawater into Jet Fuel Using ‘Game Changing’ Technology Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: “clean energy” , “sustainable energy” , carbon dioxide , catalyst , electrolytic cation exchange module , fuel , gas , hydrogen , internal combustion engine , jet fuel , liquid hydrocarbon , Naval Research Laboratory , NRL E-CEM , offshore oil rig , renewable energy , United States Navy

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Carbon dioxide will now act as a source of renewable fuel

May 7, 2011 by  
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Pragyab: We are all aware of the fact that our fossil fuel sources are depleting day by day. This is the reason why scientists all over the world are trying to search for other fuel sources.

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Automotive X Prize runners up can burn the rubber at 207.5 MPG

May 7, 2011 by  
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Dattatreya: Now it may not be Alerion Supermileage’s 2500 MPG concept or even Purdue Solar Racing Team’s Celeritas , but it is as close as you will get to ‘taste’ the commercial aspect of high fuel efficiency of futuristic automobiles. Mind you, we have mentioned that you will get close; as this vehicle is conceived at a more practical level, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that it will be the next big thing at your local car dealer’s workshop. Christened as the Seven, this remarkable electric car was the runners-up at the 2010 Progressive Automotive X-Prize competition

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