MariNH₃ Editor

About MariNH₃ Editor

The University of Nottingham is leading a new project to investigate the potential of ammonia to fuel and decarbonise the long-haul shipping industry, and to boost the UK’s powertrain sector. MariNH₃ is a £5.5m EPSRC-funded project that aims to develop new and disruptive engine technology that will one day cut pollution emitted by today’s diesel-powered marine vessels.

Researcher Event Drives Career Development

MariNH3 Research Fellows and PhD students came together face to face for the first time for a two-day event at University of Nottingham enabling them to get to know one another, encourage collaboration and to help them define and drive their own career development.

By |2023-06-21T07:32:34+01:00June 21, 2023|News|

Ammonia’s achilles heel

Burning five times slower than fossil fuels and producing NOx emissions, researchers are invested in developing faster and cleaner combustion systems for green ammonia and exploring retrofit engine technology solutions.

By |2023-03-29T10:46:50+01:00March 28, 2023|News|
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