Ammonia-Gasoline Engine Conversions
Following a flawless highway demonstration in summer 2007 of their ammonia-gasoline engine technology, the company Gillespie-Stack-Grannell LLC was formed to offer services for conversion of people’s existing gasoline engines to operate on an ammonia-rich (up to 80%) blend.
These engines would also be able to operate on pure gasoline in the event that ammonia was not available.
NH3 Fuel Conference Papers
2010: A Comparison of Combustion Promoters for Ammonia [PDF]
2010: Who’s Driving NH3 as a Fuel? [PDF]
2009: Running an Engine on Ammonia with Hydrogen at the Rough Limit [PDF]
See also: University of Michigan, Ammonia Engine Research
Contact: Casey Stack, 801-292-2309.
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