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Engine run on water

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@manfred
3 months ago
Combustion engines are stupefyingly inefficient, modern diesel 43% and petrol 30-35% At max, depending on several factors modern wind turbines can only produce 20-40 percent electricity, still better than solar panels at only 22% efficiency. With electric cars, it depends how efficient the power source is and there is loses every-time going from AC to DC and back, then loses at transformers, inverters, battery, motors….and lugging around the extra weight. To be efficient and environment friendly
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@manfred
3 months ago
Some update on the project. Up she goes, the only way is up. Piston slightly retracting before unit takes off (right click select Loop) https://bitcoinfiles.org/t/3872d324b9b176b3cfe11de0c661503a98afb92565471f2517b989c7b8397887 The piece of lumber and the pneumatic cylinder weight 4.35 kg. Gas used is about 10mL maybe 12 as it is running a little rich, so around about 33.9 mL in total, HH plus O and Air. The cylinder has a diameter of 35mm and stroke 7 cm. The top of cylinder is positioned ab
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@manfred
3 months ago
No fuel can burn/combust as fast as the change back from gas to liquid state of water. Relative fast combusting hydrogen is like a gentle push in comparisons to the implosion. The inside of the 1” water pipe with the cylinder has no seal. Tight fit is crucial to generate good lift, yet the tiny amount of gas can still lift the 1 kg because of the speed at which it happens. The bumps are water tropes and it does look a lot worse than it actually is (fine line all the way around as seen left and
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@manfred
3 months ago
Yes, water is a viable fuel source. The amazing properties when utilized properly make it possible. 𝔼𝕝𝕖𝕔π•₯𝕣𝕠𝕝π•ͺπ•€π•šπ•€ 𝕦𝕀𝕖𝕀 π•–π•Ÿπ•–π•£π•˜π•ͺ, β„‚π• π•žπ•“π•¦π•€π•₯π•šπ• π•Ÿ π•’π•Ÿπ•• π•€π•žπ•‘π•π• π•€π•šπ• π•Ÿ 𝕑𝕣𝕠𝕕𝕦𝕔𝕖. https://bitcoinfiles.org/t/b80c7536388d654d3a704729172610bb291f4f2d090b1f34cd298b4c805d2837 Proof of concept (Vacuum lifting weight): https://bitcoinfiles.org/t/574cc47fef47a048f72f2ab4fd2734705d9e686f682108f401e49d2b119bc23c It is filled with about 25 ml of HHO and piston resting at b
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@manfred
4 months ago
Increased gas production to 100 ampere producing 1,0446 liter per minute of HHO and still not enough to keep the little 1.5 cubic inch engine running more than a few seconds. That's all I can produce for now, previously it was 91 amp. System is pressurized between 40 – 50 mbar. Be looks of things she is doing about 2000 rpms, running with petrol idling is at 3100 and max is 10 000 rpm. The issue at hand with hydrogen is a Stoichiometric combustion ratio of only 2.39:1. Producing HHO one third
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@manfred
4 months ago
Simple matter of the fact is, she runs out of gas, not enough is produced. https://bico.media/126863ce0edeb690d1888adbb9fb9c7c9dbfb923a911d56ec6787c50bff31c6c In the β€œtank” is water, maximum saturated with sodium bicarbonate, aka baking soda. So a alkaline soapy water. It is on demand separated to HHO using 450 watt in the process, and the two 50 ampere buck converters (step-down converter) are almost a maximum and can not generate enough gas to keep 25 ccm (0.81kw) engine running without loa
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