General Motors Corp. aims to assist in the development of new simulation methods for advanced transport fuels with its recent joining of Reaction Design’s Model Fuels Consortium. Reaction Design, a leading developer of computer simulation tools and clean-chemistry technologies, created the MFC in 2005. The group currently includes a host of auto makers, suppliers and scientific institutions from around the world, with the focus of developing new generations of model testing fuels and the ...
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