|Research Areas & Activities Solar Energy Biomass Energy Hydrogen Advanced Combustion The Sootless Diesel An Extreme Compression Approach to Low-Irreversibility Piston Engines Low Exergy Loss Chemical Engines Optimization of Synthetic Oxygenated Fuels Sensors for Advanced Combustion Systems Coal and Biomass Char Reactivity Development of Low-Irreversibility Engines Controlled Combustion Process Informatics CO2 Capture CO2 Storage Advanced Materials & Catalysts Advanced Coal Advanced Transportation Advanced Electric Grid Grid Storage Other Renewables Integrated Assessment Advanced Nuclear Energy Geoengineering Exploratory Efforts All Activities Analysis Activities Technical Reports||
Development of Low-Irreversibility Engines
Start Date: January 2003
Christopher F. Edwards, Associate Professor, Mechanical Engineering; Patrick Caton, Shannon Miller, Kwee-Yan Teh, Graduate Researchers, Stanford University
Updated December 2008
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