Diesel Engines Tweaked to Use Hydrogen Fuel
In the coming decade, states and countries will outlaw the sale of gasoline engines. While this is a positive beginning, there is still a need to substantially develop technologies that can substitute long-haul vehicles that perform heavy work throughout sectors.
Engineers at the University of New South Wales have successfully converted a diesel motor to use hydrogen as a fuel source in order to cut carbon emissions. The researchers spent 18 months building the dual-fuel injection system, which runs on 90% hydrogen.