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Worlds First Cryogenic Engine Is Being Tested
28.02.2006 18:30
Worlds First Cryogenic Engine Is Being Tested

Experts of Samara city, situated on the Volga River, have started series of tests of worlds first cryogenic engine NK-361. Said engine uses liquefied natural gas (LNG) as fuel. Now scientists are testing engines gas generator, and engine itself will be tested later. Another testing series starts after the engine is installed on a locomotive. Experts plan to finish tests by the end 2006. Cryogenic engine emits ten times less harmful gases than ordinary engines do. It is also economical owing to the use of LNG. In case the tests are successful, the enterprise plans to start mass production of cryogenic engines.
      Voice of Russia


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