Construction of a Simplified Wood Gas Generator for Fueling Internal Combustion Engines, Second Edition
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Construction of a Simplified Wood Gas Generator for Fueling Internal Combustion Engines, Second Edition — a 90-page document derived from a FEMA manual written in 1989 by Harry LaFontaine — is made available here from the archives of the former Biomass Energy Foundation (BEF). This document contains over 25 drawings and photographs on building a gasifier for fueling IC engines in a Petroleum Emergency (FEMA RR28).
This publication was originally sold by the Biomass Energy Foundation (BEF) for $17.50. Dr TLUD and staff would like to thank Dr. Thomas B. Reed for making this publication available for free distribution.
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Resource Last Updated: 31 December 1994
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