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View Resource A Fuel Cell Primer

A fuel cell consists of two electrodes separated by an electrolyte. In most cases, hydrogen fuel is fed into the anode of the fuel cell. Oxygen (or air) enters the fuel cell at the cathode....

http://www.fuelcells.org/info/library/iaeinews.pdf
View Resource Alternative Fuels

As with most topics around renewable energy, the discussion should begin with energy efficiency; reduce the use of fuels before investing in a new form of transportation energy. Efficiency is the...

http://www.irenew.org/Alternative_Fuels.html
View Resource Clean Fuels and Efficient Transportation: Ethanol

Alcohol can be blended with gasoline for use as transportation fuel. It may be produced from a wide variety of organic feedstock. The common alcohol fuels are methanol and ethanol. Methanol may be...

http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/ECMD/CleanFuelsandEfficientTran...
View Resource ACDelco’s Electric Fuel Pumps

The material contained in this brochure is a summary of instructions and cautions for the service of electric fuel pumps. For more training from ACDelco, click on their ad to the right

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Content/Site301/SmartProd...
View Resource Fuel System Service

An overview on your vehicle’s fuel system and the services available to those components is hosted by professional race car driver Rusty Wallace in this short produced by Snap-on.

http://www.tomorrowstechnician.com/Article/1591/fuel_system_...
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