Fuel is said to be a good fuel if it produces a large amount of heat when burned without producing much smoke and is readily available. Fuel must be easily accessible and available at an affordable price. Different Fuels Example Solid Coal Cow Dung Pastel Wood Liquid Example Gasoline Diesel Kerosene Natural Gas Hydrogen Biogas. The energy of fuels can be converted into usable forms of energy, such as thermal energy, mechanical energy, etc.
Fuel can be defined as any combustible substance, chemical or reactant containing carbon as the main component that, when properly burned, produces heat that can be used economically for domestic use and industrial purposes and in power generation.