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by kerminator

HHO can save us...

If we are going to ever get ahead of the oil fuel curve, it will be HHO that does it! Not electric cars {which will require more power plants} or Hydrogen only stations of which 80% have to use fossil fuel to manufacture plus pure Hydrogen requires taking oxygen out of the atmosphere for combustion! HHO provides it's own oxygen...

Date:   3/20/2011 5:52:11 PM   ( 11 y ) ... viewed 13598 times

 First let us say we have been running some of our vehicles using HHO generators for the past year...  We have purchased and used five different HHO units and ran tests to see which were best and most effective for use in cars and trucks!

 

HHO Facts


Igniting the HHO mixture will release energy (a proper mix can reach temperatures of 2800 degrees C, steel melts at 1500 degrees C) and cause the two gases to re-combine producing water vapor (remember
doing this in science class?). It's an exothermic reaction. If properly harnessed, that heat energy will do work for you the same way a gasoline/air mixture does when ignited in your car's engine. Same
method of technical application, just different fuels. So through electrolysis, water acts as an energy storage medium. From where is the energy stored and when? The energy is stored during the electrolysis process at the instant the H2O molecule is split and the HHO gases form. In your engine cylinder, on ignition, the energy is released to do work, resulting in engine power.  Note, at no point can water (H2O) "burn" for fuel. It's just not chemically possible. Why?
Simple. Once its hydrogen and oxygen components have formed the H2O molecule, its useful exothermic energy is depleted and the molecule becomes relatively (chemically) stable. In this case, there's
no way for a water molecule to form an additional exothermic reaction using more oxygen because it's hydrogen is already oxygen bonded.


Since the hydrogen is trapped and not available for additional exothermic reaction, water is simply useless as a fuel to your car engine. Water can be further oxidized (i.e. hydrogen peroxide, H2O2) but the reaction required is a net consumer of energy (endothermic reaction) as opposed to one that releases
energy (exothermic reaction).


Now, advocates of HHO fuel point out that your car can run on a mixture of gasoline and HHO gas as a hybrid fuel. It supplements and improves combustion in your engine producing much cleaner vehicle
exhaust emissions (very good for the environment).  The higher the percentage of HHO used by your car's engine to generate power, the less gasoline fuel it needs to burn. The less gasoline it burns, the more
money you save.


How is this possible?   What does HHO actually do?
HHO primarily functions as a very effective and cheap fuel combustion enhancement additive. It has the effect of increasing your engine's ability to draw more power from each gallon of gasoline (combustion efficiency).  To understand this, we need to look closely at engine combustion, air/fuel ratios and fuel configuration.

 

 Combustion and air/fuel ratio -
Gasoline from your fuel tank is broken into tiny droplets, mixed with air and drawn (by vacuum) into your engine cylinders (for fuel injection systems, fuel injectors break-up and spray gasoline directly
into the cylinders). The piston compresses this mixture and when detonated by your spark plug, the explosion (combustion) supplies power to your car. One of the variables that determines how much
energy (power) is extracted from the combustion reaction is the air/fuel ratio (ratio of gasoline to air). Too much air (too little fuel) produces a "lean" fuel mixture. Power output may suffer in this
condition because the engine isn't getting enough fuel. Too much fuel (or too little air) produces a "rich" fuel mixture. In extreme conditions, this can also cause power loss because there's not sufficient oxygen in
the cylinder to burn enough of the droplets that will sustain a useful (power generating) reaction. A rich condition also wastes fuel because unburned droplets are thrown away with the exhaust.

Car manufacturers historically have tuned the air/fuel ratio for optimum power but also tune it heavily to the rich side to accommodate atmospheric fluctuations in air (oxygen) quality/quantity conditions
(i.e. altitude, temperature, moisture content, etc..). This has helped engines maintain a smooth and consistent power curve over a wide range of operating conditions. 

However, the droplets that aren't burned as a result of the rich ratio setting (read as, gasoline not
converted into engine power) to this day, are still thrown away as exhaust (in the 1970's the EPA, horrified by this practice and it's environmental impact, mandated tailpipe emission controls = catalytic
converters to finish burning the unburned throw-away fuel).  This means, today, your car engine throws away a huge amount of fuel as a fudge factor against losing power due to changing environmental
conditions as you travel. You pay for that fudge factor every time you operate your car.

Manufacturers have allowed us to drive our cars for decades with this fairly expensive ( burning more fuel) trade-off in place,  while we have been completely unaware of the money we've been throwing away.


Fuel Configuration -

Another variable that affects combustion efficiency is fuel configuration. This is difficult to control and is a way of understanding how much fuel is actually available for combustion due to fuel unit size.    For instance, the smaller the unit of fuel, the faster and more completely the combustion reaction. In the cylinder at detonation time, the exothermic reaction fans out from the spark plug as a flame
front or wave.  Each gasoline droplet ignites in turn from the heat generated by a neighboring droplet. This sustains the reaction.


However, it is only the surface of the droplet that burns because it's the surface that is in contact with the cylinder's oxygen.    The gasoline in the droplet's interior must wait for the reaction to reach it. Meanwhile, traveling around the sides of the droplet, the reaction is heating and igniting neighboring droplets. Larger droplets take longer to burn, due to their size. Overall, this reduces the velocity of the flame front because it takes longer to heat neighboring droplets to their point of ignition. Here's an extreme example to illustrate. Throw a piece of coal on a campfire and note how long it takes to ignite and burn. Then, take another piece, the same size and weight, but first crush it into fine powder, then toss the powder into the fire (be careful). Of course, it burns literally, in a flash. This illustrates how fuel configuration affects combustion.

Smaller pieces (collectively) burn faster and hotter because they present more surface area to engage
more of the combustion reaction per unit of time. The gasoline droplet in your cylinder is a different type of fuel, but it's governed by the same laws of matter. Big units of fuel take longer to burn because of the Fuel Configuration.


- Enter HHO -

HHO is extremely efficient in terms of fuel configuration.  As a nascent gas mixture, it's hydrogen (and oxygen) exist as tiny independent clusters of no more than two atoms per combustible unit (diatomic
molecules of H2, O2).

Comparatively, a gasoline droplet is monstrously large (many thousands of very large hydrocarbon molecules). This diatomic configuration of HHO results in extremely efficient combustion because the H2 and O2 molecules interact without any ignition propagation delays due to surface travel time of the reaction.

Unlike a gasoline/air fuel mix, there are no mammoth globs (droplets) that burn from one side to the other, slowing the ignition flame front. HHO's ignition propagation is immediate and direct. When HHO is mixed with your gasoline/air fuel it's hydrogen surrounds the gasoline droplets.  On ignition, its flame front flashes through the cylinder at a much higher velocity than in ordinary gasoline/air combustion.  The heat and pressure wave HHO generates crushes and fragments the gasoline droplets, exposing fuel from their interior to the combustion reaction. Simultaneously, the flame front ignites the fragments thereby releasing more energy, more quickly -- the same way coal powder burns hotter and more quickly than a single large piece of coal  (as referred to in "Fuel Configuration" above).

In addition, since HHO is dispersed throughout the cylinder, the gasoline/air mixture no longer waits for its own slow, sequential droplet to droplet ignition process. HHO, because of its very high combustion velocity, detonates all the fuel virtually at once. This applies more pressure on the piston in a shorter time interval and most importantly, burns and extracts power from the fuel that previously would have been thrown away with the exhaust. More precisely, droplet fragmentation makes more gasoline fuel (or diesel fuel) available for combustion to convert into power, without drawing more fuel from your tank.

Therefore HHO increases gas mileage by forcing your engine to burn the gasoline more efficiently and completely, thus delivering more work from each gallon you purchase. However, in this technique, HHO contributes an insignificant amount of direct kinetic energy toward moving the engine's pistons. In other words, HHO delivers its primary benefit by modifying the car's fuel, not by acting as the car's fuel.

A very important distinction.
  HHO  can save you $$ money $$! - Lots of it!! -  Plus it cuts the smog and exhaust gases!


So, HHO is a powerful combustion enhancer, very cheaply made through on-demand electrolysis (you just need water and  DC electric power from your car battery). Some researchers are even looking for ways to produce a car that runs 100% on its own HHO, generated from water on-board the vehicle (more on this later). Very very good for the environment, very very bad for oil companies. 

*** Check out the story of what Stan Meyers did running a car on water power @ waterpoweredcar.com/stanmeyer.html !

It would represent a HUGE shift in global economic power, if nearly free and clean (remember, the only byproduct of HHO combustion is water vapor) energy became available to anyone/everyone. No wonder some advocates see suppression conspiracies surrounding the technology.


So where is the problem?
Why do some see the application of this old technology as some sort of scam or hustle? There are several misconceptions and a lot of discussion where people are simply misinformed and talking at cross
purposes.

The chief problem is one of education and terminology. The way in which water can be used to supplement power to your engine (with HHO gas) is simply communicated very very poorly to the public
at large.   Described by some as a way for cars to "run on water", or "burn water for gas" cause most people to instinctively view such claims with skepticism -- and rightfully so.

Such phrases and statements, on their own merit, are non-sensual and/or downright fraudulent. As you've read now to this point, what reaches your engine for combustion is not water (its HHO gas). It's a powerful combustion enhancer that has been mis-characterized as a new spiffy source of
fuel energy that you can somehow use, instead of gasoline, to run your car  (ridiculous! maybe not ).

Still, such statements make for great sounding marketing and conspiracy sizzle. The type of sizzle that makes people look up and take notice. The truth, on the other hand, is just plain old
boring science and not very exciting.  At least not until gasoline fuel hit an average price of  over $3.69/gal nationwide in mid year 2011.


Others are doubtful of HHO as an effective fuel booster/enhancer.   For them, entertaining the idea that something derived from water can be used this way is difficult. Why? 

It may be they suffer from a type of cultural, historical and educational (or lack thereof) hypnosis. HHO or Brown's gas has been known for over a hundred years...  But for the last century our main source of power (especially for transportation) has been fossil fuels (oil, coal, etc...).

It's comparatively easy to see that gasoline is flammable (as with most fossil fuels). Whether in liquid
or air/fuel mixture form, it's violently and readily reactive when exposed to the slightest spark. Not so with water. If you set an acetylene torch to water, the most it will do is boil and convert to steam. It just doesn't seem to make sense (to some) that water, a substance critical to your engine's cooling system, can also have an important role in conveying useful energy to that same engine for power. In fact, initially, we were rather skeptical of the conversion plans and claims, as presented ; but t
hat was before doing this research and getting the real facts.

 

Maybe you will see for yourself, reply or email and we can talk more about HHO!

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