This could be a game changer in the transportation business. Effective Friday, 07 June 2013, the Ford Motor Company began production of its 6.8 liter, V-10 hydrogen-fueled engines. According to a Ford press release, Ford is the "first automaker to do so." The supercharged V-10 engine will power Ford’s E-450 hydrogen-fueled shuttle buses. Keep an eye on this development. Hydrogen is the most abundant fuel in the universe. There are problems, however. Hydrogen must be cooled in a pressurized tank before it can be used. Hydrogen has a tendency to ignite when it is mixed with oxygen. Refer to the "Hinderberg" dirigible disaster at Lakehurst , New Jersey back in 1937. Ford, apparently, has solved this problem. Aloha, Russ.
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