Subject: Is there any way to convert a gasoline engine to run on methane gas?
Date: Thu Mar 23 08:30:31 2000
Posted by Scott Shultz
Grade level: 10-12
School: Edgewood High School
City: Bloomington State/Province: Indiana
Area of science: Engineering
I have read about the break down of manure into methane gas, and I am
interested in different ways to harness the gas to do work for example:
boilwater run an engine or heat a structure. I would appericiate any
information you could point me to. Thank You for your input and time.
ps. I am extremly over joyed to see this kind of interaction with science
available to students like myself.
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