Natural gas engine uses natural gas as the fuel source. This is used for vehicles, water pumping systems, compressors and chillers. This engine requires maintenance just like a car engine. These are louder than an electric motor and require sound attenuation. These can be naturally aspirated or turbocharged. In naturally aspirated engines, air is drawn into the engine at atmospheric pressure. Turbocharged engines use the exhaust to drive a small turbofan that compresses the intake of air. The turbofan compresses the air fuel mixture so more molecules are squeezed into the cylinder. When the mixture is ignited, more energy is released. Thus a turbocharged engine will provide more shaft work out than a naturally aspirated engine of the same size.
The use of geocells in base reinforcement of structural fill allows confinement of the soil from lateral spreading, therefore preventing shear failure, and increasing the soil bearing capacity. Geocells are typically loaded by the live loads on the surface and the overall structure is tensioned while the underlying foundation soil settles. These are regularly used for soil confinement on steep slopes to prevent severe erosion. These are sometimes installed even over slippery geomembrances to contain and reinforce the cover soil.
Geocomposite drainage systems consist of a polymer drainage core protected by a geotextile acting as both a filter and a separator to the adjacent material. Thus a geonet, with a geotextile attached to one surface or to both surfaces are indeed a drainage geocomposite. The geotextile filter is always attached to the drainage core and the core can take a wide variety of nongeonet shapes and configurations. In some cases, the geotextile is only on one side of the core, in other cases it is wrapped completely around the drainage core.