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Distributing Drop-in Fuels: The Fastest Road to Something Else

  • Alice J. FriedemannEmail author
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Part of the SpringerBriefs in Energy book series (BRIEFSENERGY)

Abstract

It is almost impossible to exaggerate the importance of our transportation system. Take a deep breath and think about this: the United States is locked-into $1.11 trillion dollars of transportation vehicles supported by $4.62 trillion of transportation infrastructure comprising 12 % of all the wealth in the nation (U.S. Commerce 2012).

Keywords

Diesel Engine Cetane Number Pipeline Transport Rail Safety Private Fleet 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.OaklandUSA

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