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Producer Gas: Another Fuel for Motor Transport — a 114-page publication of the U.S. Board on Science and Technology for International Development (BOSTID) — is made available here from the archives of the former Biomass Energy Foundation (BEF). Ed. Noel D. Vietmeyer (The U.S. National Academy of Sciences-1985). A seeing-is-believing primer with historical and modern pictures of gasifiers. An outstanding text for any introductory program.
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Resource Last Updated: 21 September 2004
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