Analysis of Ship renewable alternative energy sources

Hongzhi Wang
May 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Issue 926-930, p911
Academic Journal
Biodiesel is a clean, renewable energy, non-burning emissions of sulfur dioxide, other harmful gases than conventional diesel fuel by 70 percent. This article outlines the concept of biofuels and main characteristics, focusing on the ship can be used as an alternative fuel biodiesel, analyzes the development prospects of bio-diesel.


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