Aim of the project is the demonstration of the suitability of a Fischer-Tropsch technology for the economical chemical conversion of natural gas into cleaner and more easily transportable fuels with higher energy density.
What does FT stand for?
FT stands for Fischer-Tropsch
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of FT
We have 47 other meanings of FT in our Acronym Attic
- File Transport
- Filosofian Tohtori (Finnish: Doctor of Philosophy)
- Financial Technology
- Financial Times
- Fire Control Technician
- Fire Treated (lumber saturated with a fire retardant)
- Firing Tables
- Firm Transportation (high priority transportation service)
- First Telecast
- First Things (Journal by the Institute on Religion and Public Life)
Samples in periodicals archive:
We have gasified our own coal through our unique Linc Energy UCG process and fed it through our Fischer-Tropsch facility to create synthetic crude oil or syncrude, which was then refined into synthetic diesel, and that is what will fuel the Linc Energy car across the continent," Mr Bond said.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS Rentech Inc (NYSE AMEX: RTK), a provider of clean energy solutions, said on Wednesday that ASTM International's full governance committee has unanimously approved changing the specifications for commercial aviation jet fuel to include up to a 50/50 blend of synthetic Fischer-Tropsch jet fuel.
Hackett Assigned: University of California Key statement: A process and apparatus for producing a synthesis gas for use as a gaseous fuel or as feed into a Fischer-Tropsch reactor to produce a liquid fuel in a substantially self-sustaining process.
Bell (1995) investigated the thermodynamics of the Fischer-Tropsch process including the state of the metal catalysts.
Using the Fischer-Tropsch process--which converts carbon-based materials into synthetic fuel--Air Force officials plan to evaluate and certify this alternative fuel for use in all Air Force air-craft by 2011.