|Although these are just home made electrodes, from bolts; nuts; and washers that are made of (low quality) stainless steel, they prove a point; that producing Hydrogen is very simple, It only takes 2v DC to separate Hydrogen from Oxygen.|
Its said that; The Internal Combustion Engine=ICE; is only 30% efficient at best, using fossil fuel; but fuel alone is not the only problem with the ICE; Engine balance; is a huge restriction on RPM with serious damage as a result of exceeding the manufacturers RPM limit.
There is a solution; Because the crankshaft and flywheel move in the same direction, they create forces in that direction; ie; If the engine was just placed on the floor, and revved to its max rpm, it would try to roll over in a circle, this is due to centrifugal forces being out of balance, simply by using TWO CRANKSHAFTS running in opposite directions; and having a duel direction (2 piece flywheel) were the inner ring runs clockwise; and the outer ring runs anticlockwise.
The ICE will run in perfect balance; and using the same test (on the floor) it will rev well past the limits of a conventional I.C Engine without trying to roll over. although untested; it should defy gravity; when it reaches extremely high RPM.
Ideally; Silver or Gold Electrodes are the most efficient; and will never wear out; but unless you are rich; or have investors; its not a viable option.
A good affordable option is; High Quality Stainless Steel; it will last a very long time; but not indefinitely; I used this design because it is so simple to make; and it works. Because the electrodes are only low quality stainless steel; they will murky the water, (High Quality Stainless Steel) will keep the water cleaner.
|Any number of electrodes can be used; as long as they are wired in 1 Positive; and; 2 Negative sequence. the Hydrogen is attracted to the TWO Negative ELECTRODES=2 parts Hydrogen; The Oxygen=1 part O is attracted to the ONE Positive.|
(into the water).
When I tested 4 electrodes using 2 positive; and 2 Negative; it produced more oxygen than hydrogen. The best set up was 3 electrodes =1 Positive; 2 Negative; can be multiplied in sets of three (for best results)=1 Positive 2 Negative.
You can see the interaction= (bubbles) as a small DC Current is passed through the water; the Hydrogen and Oxygen are being separated.
The large Bubbles are Oxyhydrogen; when they pop; they release the ENERGY in a vapor form; it can be collected through a tube when a lid is fitted. The HHO in the tube MUST be passed through a bubbler to prevent any risk of flashback.
When fitting a HHO generator to a vehicle, a flash back Arrestor MUST be fitted.
With the lid open the Oxyhydrogen just dissipates into the air and turns back to moisture. But inside the larger bubbles the energy is explosive, so care must be taken.
Simply by using a full size heavy duty battery 12v or 24 v or a combination of both 12v +24v=36v pulling 10 amps and by multiplying the electrodes X 3 the output will be excellent. As Yet to be measured.
This is the real goal it needs to be built in this type of format; to Produce OXYHYDROVAPOR;
For example; The standard (mist) system =(carburetor/fuel injection) on vehicles; is only 17-20+ percent efficient; if you add a Hydrogen generator it will improve; but not by a significant amount because some of the mist will still pass
un-burned into the exhaust=wasted.
Logically; if you vaporize the petrol first; ALL the vapor will burn= it needs 400 df to completely vaporize all the ingredients of petrol;
Anything less than that temp will leave some component/s of the petrol behind, (changing the formula) of the petrol left in the tank; over time it will leave sticky un-burned deposits behind.
Maintaining 400 df in the vapor chamber=VC; will overcome the problem;
Auto replenish (refill) float chamber on the vapor chamber will help correct the formula and keep petrol stable. but will also cool fuel in the VC so a little over 400 df is needed to maintain average temp.
Producing HHO and; Petrol vapor; then mixing them together will produce Oxyhydrovapor; if you say; there is no such thing as Oxyhydrovapor; that means Iv'e just discovered it; if you say; Oxyhydrovapor has been around for years; then why arn't we using it?