If an efficient method to store low-pressure hydrogen onboard the vehicle is developed (see story, this page), the long-recognized advantages of spark-ignited IC engines fueled with hydrogen re-enter the picture. Ford Motor Co.'s Powertrain and Vehicle Research Lab made an analysis of this prospect in a paper presented last June at a University of Wisconsin engine symposium. The authors conclude that hydrogen IC engines (H-IC) would: Require no aftertreatment system. This would bid a ...
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