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Effect of H2-O2 addition in a diesel engine

Effect of H2-O2 addition in a diesel engine

Using hydrogen as an additive to enhance the conventional diesel engine performance has been investigated by several researchers and the outcomes are very promising. However, the problems associated with the production and storage of pure hydrogen currently limits the application of pure hydrogen in diesel engine operation. On-board hydrogen–oxygen generator, which produces H2/O2 mixture through electrolysis of water, has significant potential to overcome these problems. This paper focuses on evaluating the performance enhancement of a conventional diesel engine through the addition of H2/O2 mixture, generated through water electrolysis. The experimental works were carried out under constant speed with varying load and amount of H2/O2 mixture. Results show that by using 4.84%, 6.06%, and 6.12% total diesel equivalent of H2/O2 mixture the brake thermal efficiency increased from 32.0% to 34.6%, 32.9% to 35.8% and 34.7% to 36.3% at 19 kW, 22 kW and 28 kW, respectively. These resulted in 15.07%, 15.16% and 14.96% fuel savings. The emissions of HC, CO2 and CO decreased, whereas the NOx emission increased. Follow this...

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What is the Brown’s Gas?

What is the Brown’s Gas?

Brown’s Gas, according to a current theory, is a mixture of monatomic and diatomic hydrogen and oxygen and a special form of water called Electrically Expanded Water (EEW) or Santilli Magnecules. Brown’s Gas is produced by a similar design of the electrolyzer that will split water into its various components. Browns gas has a plethora of unusual characteristics that seem to defy current chemistry. It has a cool flame about 130 degrees yet is able to melt steel, brick andmany other metals. George Wiseman defines Brown’s Gas as: The entire mixture of gasses evolving from an electrolyzer specifically designed to electrolyze water and not separate the resulting gasses. So Brown’s Gas is not only made ​​up of ‘normal’ hydrogen and oxygen, but a new form of water vapor excited yet almost unknown. Follow this link to read the full article: What exactly is it the Browns...

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Oxy-Hydrogen gas energetic capability, an explanation.

Oxy-Hydrogen gas energetic capability, an explanation.

Brown’s Gas boasts a plethora of unusual characteristics that defy current chemistry. It has a cool flame of about 130°C (266°F), yet melts steel, brick and many other materials. Confusingly, research both confirms and rebuffs many claims about it, leading to a smorgasbord of theories today seeking to explain its unusual properties. One possible theory, currently gaining support even from establishment science, depicts “plasma orbital expansion of the electron in a water molecule”. In this process, unlike electrolysis, the water molecule “bends” into a linear, dipole-free geometry. This linear water molecule expands to gain electrons in the d sub-shell, and these extra electrons produce different effects on different target materials.   Electrons that scatter at point of contact produce heat based upon electrical conductivity, density and thermal capacity of the material. It also shows why Rydberg clusters are a part of browns gas and how the linear water molecule needs these clusters to survive. Follow this link to read the full article: 2010_Plasma orbital expansion of the electrons in...

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Oxy-Hydrogen gas use in internal combustion engines

Oxy-Hydrogen gas use in internal combustion engines

In order to overcome the drawbacks of the regular petroleum fuel, it is the need of time to completely or partially replace the petroleum fuel. But alternative options to petroleum fuel are having disadvantages. Electrolysis of water can give us hydrogen in form of oxy-hydrogen gas which can be used as an alternative fuel for any internal combustion engine. This research paper discusses various methods designed for the production of oxy-hydrogen gas. Later blend of ‘oxy-hydrogen gas’ and petrol or diesel is used instead of only petrol/diesel to study the influence of the ‘oxy-hydrogen gas’ on the performance of the internal combustion engine. Oxy-hydrogen gas is an enriched mixture of ‘hydrogen’ and ‘oxygen’ bonded together molecularly and magnetically. Oxy-hydrogen gas is produced by electrolysis of water using caustic soda or KOH as the catalyst. Presence of ‘oxy-hydrogen gas’ during combustion process decreases the ‘brake specific fuel consumption’ and also increases the ‘brake thermal efficiency’. Water is one of the by-products of the combustion process which also decreases the temperature...

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