Marshall Island Preliminary Coconut Oil and Algae Bio-Fuel Study
By, Jeffrey Hines and Ronald Stewart
(The full length research paper is on the bottom left side of the abstract below,
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(Barry W. , (2007)., in an effort to publish data that coconut oil-( derived bio fuels would reduce emissions of fossil fuels of up to 20% by 2016 made application to this in bio-fuel remedial applications involving diesel fuel applications for vehicles, generators, and ships and conducted a study that shows that according to current technology that the independent ratio of producing coconut oil -(Cocos nucifera is a large palm, growing up to 30 meters (98 ft) tall, with pinnate leaves 4–6 meters (13–20 ft) long, and pinnate 60–90 cm long; old leaves break away cleanly, leaving the smooth. Coconuts are generally classified into two general types: tall and dwarf. that
may grow in as little as three years and the second category of the largest coconut trees grow in as little as six years. The dwarf trees producing about one-third of the maximum largest palms that have recorded as many as 400 coconuts per year. The Marshal Islands, On very fertile land a tall coconut palm tree can yield up to 200 fruits per year, but more often yields less than 30 mainly due to poor cultural practices.In recent years, improvements in cultivation practices and breeding has produced coconut trees that can yield more. The intent and purpose of this research paper and study is to help determine with the use of the IMMI technological process-(IMMI)- means-(Infinite Microscopic to Macroscopic Imaging) as to what the current situation regarding what scientific investigation, new data, research, and evidence in making preliminary suggestive and recommendation alternative choices in how to pursue a plan of research and development for bio fuels using coconut oil., and eventually preliminary look at the benefits of using a combination algae mixture content accentuated and enhanced by the use of hydrogen technology.
Keywords ; Coconut Oil, Algae, Bio-fuels, Marshal Islands, Fuel Alternatives
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