Alternative fuel sources draw interest, but kerosene replacement isn't easy
The high cost of oil is driving air transport officials to consider alternative fuel arrangements. Serious questions remain, however, over what viable options to kerosene really exist. Moreover, the industry faces a catch-22 when it comes to kerosene replacement. As long as aircraft and engine designs are focused on burning kerosene, new fuel sources won't emerge; however, these designs will only change once a clear fuel alternative is identified. TO HELP MITIGATE the problem, the ...
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