Use of Onboard Liquefied Natural Gas Fuel Systems for Open-Pit Dump Trucks
Various operation conditions of engines run on natural gas (gas-diesel and gas), design of liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuel tank for open-pit dump trucks, and structural scheme of the LNG production — dump truck refueling chain are discussed.
KeywordsMineral Resource Operation Condition Structural Scheme Fuel Tank Fuel System
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