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All about ethanol
Ethanol: Renewable fuel to get us off of gasoline Ethanol? I've heard that ethanol takes more energy to make than it gives back! Can any gasoline vehicle use ethanol? What vehicles are available for E85? What is the difference between hydrated ethanol ...
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NRDC: Ethanol: Energy Well Spent
This February 2006 literature review of existing research on ethanol production is based on a detailed, fully annotated report ... Acrobat Reader (free) MORE ON BIOFUELS In Brief Move Over, Gasoline: Here Come Biofuels Clean-burning fuels made from plants ... Depth Unlocking the Promise of Ethanol (136 KB pdf) February 2006 A fact sheet on promoting ethanol while protecting air quality ...
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Ethanol as a Transportation Fuel
E85 is to assure cold weather engine starting and to enhance flame luminosity in case of fire. In low-percentage blends with gasoline, ethanol results in increased vapor pressure, which can be adjusted for in the fuel formulation process and/or controlled with on-board vehicle systems. All gasoline vehicles in ...
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EIA Energy Kids Page - Gasoline
Gasoline has to be transported very carefully because it is highly flammable and toxic. In the summer of 2006, environmental concerns led refiners to voluntarily switch to ethanol as an ingredient in cleaner burning reformulated gasoline instead of methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE). Many states had already banned the use of MTBE in gasoline to protect ...
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EIA Energy Kid's Page- Ethanol a Biofuel
Ethanol and the Environment Using ethanol means that we use a little bit less oil (a nonrenewable fuel) to make gasoline. Unlike gasoline, ethanol is nontoxic (safe to handle) and biodegradable, it quickly breaks down into harmless substances if spilled. When small amounts of ethanol are added to gasoline, usually ...
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alternative energy : bio fuel - "What Is Ethanol"
Ethanol and gasoline mixtures. Although at the moment, the mixtures are only a ratio of 10% Ethanol, to 90% fossil fuel. Benefits of Ethanol There are many benefits of using an alternative fuel such as Ethanol, for starters it is a renewable resource, fossil fuels used to make gasoline is ...
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MIT finds that engineered yeast improves ethanol production - EnergyPortal.eu
U.S. energy supply. Currently used as a fuel additive to improve gasoline combustibility, ethanol is often touted as a potential solution to the growing oil-driven energy crisis. But there are significant obstacles to producing ethanol: One is that high ethanol ...
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ENN: Sugarcane ethanol: Brazil's biofuel success
Pioneering experience Brazil's ethanol industry started in the 1930s. With more sugar than it could use, the government directed sugarcane into ethanol production and made the addition of ethanol to gasoline ... 45 per cent of Brazilian vehicles is ethanol. Part of the demand is down to the success of flex-fuel cars, which can run on gasoline, ethanol or a mixture of both. The ...
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Fuel Ethanol India : ethanol as fuel...GASOHOL..
ETHANOL- the most common blends contain 10% ethanol and 85% ethanol mixed with gasoline. Over 1 billion gallons of ethanol are blended with gasoline every year in the United States. Because the ethanol ...
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What in the world is ethanol anyway?
Many U.S. automobiles manufactured since 1998 have been equipped to enable them to run on either gasoline or E85, a mixture of 85% ethanol and 15% gasoline. E85, however, is not yet widely available. Denatured, or industrial, alcohol is ethanol to which poisonous or nauseating ...
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