Heat and cotton oil as alternative fuels for internal

Heat is the transmission of energy among 2 or more bodies or objects due to a temperature. Heat is vanished in the atmosphere because of the process of combustion, oxygen and another element fuse to create light which is fire and heat. Especifically, the combustion of alcohols form carbon dioxide and water. This means that the extent of heat which is unused to heat up the water is vanished in the air. (Alcohol and cotton oil as alternative fuels for internal combustion engines. October 15, 2017)The 3 type of heats are: convection, radiation and conduction. Convection: It is the transfer of heat by the movement of the parts that are heated of a gas or liquid. (Wikipedia Convection, October 07, 2017)Radiation: It is the process of energy been emitted by one body, transmitted through a space and absorbed by other bodies. (Wikipedia Radiation, October 09, 2017)Conduction: The transfer of heat or electricity through the material of a substance when there is a change of temperature. (Wikipedia Thermal conduction, October 09, 2017)Heat may be lost in the process of the experiment due to absorption of other bodies or having the flame in an opened space. There are various ways of avoiding heat loss. One of the options would be taking cardboard or some other material and surround it around the fire to decrease the space of the heat that can be lost, like this more heat will be concentrated around the conical flask filled with water. Another form to keep the heat is to decrease the space between the conical flask and the flame. (Alcohol and cotton oil as alternative fuels for internal combustion engines. October 15, 2017)The more number of bonds in the fuel,  the more amount of energy is released, this is because each bond has a different amount of energy, therefore is there is more bonds, there will be more energy stored and released. (Alcohol and cotton oil as alternative fuels for internal combustion engines. October 15, 2017)