السبت، 12 مارس، 2011

PROMOTING THE WIDESPREAD OF ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY ENGINES IN ARAB NATIONS AT MINIMUM COST AND REDUCED TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY

SRO5, the Conference on Energy and Renewable Energy Resources, 5th Congress on Scientific Research Outlook (SRO5), Fez, Morocco on 26-30 October, 2008
 PROMOTING THE WIDESPREAD OF ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY ENGINES IN ARAB NATIONS AT MINIMUM COST AND  REDUCED TECHNICAL COMPLEXITY

Saad Sharaf**, Seif A. Salah Eldeen*, Hossam M. Abdelsattar, Mohammed F. Leheta
 ABSTRACT

Environmental welfare issues, pollution concerns, fossil fuels depletion as well as political reasons (aiming to defy the Arab world dominance of energy resources due to its leadership in the oil and gas industry) have caused interest in new energy resources and engines to increase greatly in recent years. In view of such a surge of interest in new energy resources, the Arab world must prove to the world that it is still the leader nation capable of such energy resources production at premier quality. The purpose of the present paper is to suggest research-worthy directions that if properly exploited by Arab scientist can help the Arab world to maintain its dominance of the international energy market. These are biofuels, modifications to existing engines and new alternative engines


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