CANBERRA – University of Tasmania researchers say they have built an internal combustion engine that runs on a combination of hydrogen and diesel fuel. Associate Professor Vishy Karri says the engine will serve as a transitional step until the mainstream introduction of IC engines fueled by hydrogen. “During this transition time, if you inject hydrogen along with the diesel into the engine, you are not only saving the diesel (fuel), but you are also helping the environment," he says. ...

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