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Author Topic: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser  (Read 138022 times)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #120 on: May 21, 2011, 12:40:45 PM »
Hi Everyone,

Yes this has become a very productive thread :)

HHO is still a potential solution in my opinion but Mr Goose is correct, at current levels of efficiency it is a poor option for self sufficiency. However, that was the entire point of the Hydro Electro Lytic Turbine technologies, a new direction that may one day improve those efficiencies to a level that becomes viable.

Plasma is very interesting and is the fourth state of matter. Plasma, Gas, Liquid, Solid. It is important to remember that all four of those are fluids in different energetic states. This is why I have labored the point about understanding fluid dynamics and attempted to bring the subject to you in a practical format you can pursue.

The Scramjet is a perfect example of the same principles applied in a new application, and HELIS will allow you to play with Plasma production while at the same time adhering to the principles of fluid dynamics and the relationship between pressure and velocity, which is key in manipulating energy states.

I am glad you like the little chipper Mr Goose, your right it does offer the opportunity to create fuel and sell the surplus. Here is an ebay seller of bulk wood chips:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/WOODCHIP-mulch-bark-wood-chip-paths-allotments-gardens-/250812841337?pt=UK_H_G_Garden_Plants_Landscaping_Garden_Materials_ET&hash=item3a659c3d79

With fuel cost at zero you only have maintenance cost of the machine and the cost in collecting the branches, as long as you have a ready supply of course.

We can also take this idea one step further, remember the buggy I told you about ? Well you can buy these new or off ebay secondhand with an ICE and everything else already installed. If you were to mount a gasifier at the rear and seal the cockpit you would be able to power it from wood chips.

If you were to take the chipping unit off the garden chipper and mount that so that it can be run from the engine you would be able to process the fuel on the vehicle, effectively giving you unlimited range. This would be simple to do as with the gearbox in neutral the engine can still be revved and the shaft still turns, it is just no longer transmitting drive to the gearbox.

If you were to mount a simple pulley to the engine output shaft in addition to the gearbox connection then you could connect the chipping unit via a belt whenever you wanted to make more fuel. As long as you carried some woodchips for the purpose of making more, same principle as carrying a jerrycan full of fuel for emergencies, you would become self sufficient barring mechanical failure of the equipment.

Pretty easy stuff really, any engine mechanic could do this with his eyes shut. The other alternative, if the engine configuration makes it too difficult to mount a secondary pulley would be to carry a jack and axle stands (fit to body not axle!) and lift the drive wheels off the floor, you could then run the chipper unit from the drive wheels shaft using a pulley and belt. Lot's and lot's of options here people!

RM :)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #121 on: May 22, 2011, 04:44:05 AM »
GEK open source Gasifier for use with most engines.  Conversion a simple reality.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Convert-your-Honda-Accord-to-run-on-trash/

Understand how to use plasma and you shrink the whole unit.

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« Reply #122 on: May 22, 2011, 05:26:40 AM »
Hello Everyone,

Here is the Everyman Gasifier Unit.

It can be constructed from 316 Stainless Steel 150lb class pipe fittings and simply screws together.

As a general rule of thumb use BSPP for FEMALE and BSPT for MALE. This will form a seal without sealant. However if a seal is required use clay on the threads and the outside of the fittings which will become a custom ceramic seal when “cooked”.

The custom 2” pipe nipple must be threaded manually to fit the double inverted 4” to 2” reducing sockets.

I have not added the filter unit or valves to control gas flow to engine manifold because I do not have the energy tonight. The unit appears sealed at the top but is not, this is a section view remember :)

This is so simple I do not even need to describe it. It is a little pricey compared to scrap parts, but when you consider it will last forever, can be easily dismantled for maintenance, screws together, and is size customiseable then the benefits outweigh the initial setup costs.

The fuel hopper height is customiseable depending on your fuel tank size preference and the size of your wallet.

This is about as simple as it gets without requiring any special skills.

Some resources:

http://zx55.com/default.asp

http://zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=2295

http://zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=2476

http://zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=2237

http://zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=5053

http://www.tapdie.com/html/bspipe__dies.html

RM :)


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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
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« Reply #123 on: May 23, 2011, 12:41:53 PM »
Hello Everyone,

I have had a little sleep now and the brain is working again so I have put up the EGU Mk2 for you. The Mk1 was for stationary application with a manual shaker handle and grate. The Mk2 is for vehicle mounting and will act in the same way as a HHO Generator and supplement the gasoline.

The Mk2 has been shrunk. This is based around 1/2” and 2” BSP pipe and fittings. I have done this for two reasons. 2” BSP Pipe fittings are commonly used by the plumbing industry and can be sourced reliably and the cost is lower. The other reason is that the unit should now be small enough to mount in the engine bay in a vertical position.

I have now used 2” extended barrel nipples which can be got off the shelf in 6” lengths at a very good price. You can now extend the size of the fuel hopper by 6” a time using just one of these and a parallel socket:

http://www.zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=2202

http://www.zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=2249 (No picture but it looks like this)

http://www.colglo.co.uk/productlistallinone.php?category=218510401814

Hexagon sockets are better as you can get a wrench on them, the smooth round ones need adjustable plumbing pliers for gripping pipe (which every engineer should have anyway as they are awesome!)

Scroll to the bottom of the page and there is a pdf with dimensions. Very handy. Some of the links on some pages are broken but contact them if there is one missing that you need.

The EGU is also modular which means multiple units can be put together to form one large unit. For example, 4off Mk2 units all connect to the filter manifold and the combined product of the gas produced exits through one outlet to the engine manifold.

This has advantages because where we would be creating one large amount of gas in a large gasifier, we are now creating multiple smaller amounts of gas and combining them just before injection to the engine.

This also means that the fuel consumption rate should be the same so you will not have to refill the fuel hopper any more than you would with the larger one.

A point to note is that a large gasifier unit like the one mounted on the Honda Civic can probably handle 2” square wood chips as mentioned in the FEMA document. The Mk2 having a S40S 1/2” BSP pipe 16mm diameter internal bore fire tube will need smaller wood chips. This adds to the pre-processing of the wood chips as you will need to separate the small chips from the large using a sizing grate. However, the large chips that remain get dumped back through the chipper so not a great addition to the labour required, especially considering the advantage gained in smaller size of the unit.

Now, it will be possible to mount multiple Mk2 EGU's inside a stainless steel box with an airtight tongue and groove lid seal. The box itself will be mounted inside your boot out of sight. The box will have two vents to the outside of the car probably through the bottom of the boot, one intake vent and one outtake vent to allow fresh air to circulate.

If you were to separate the box into two sections with two separate EGU modules then you could run the car off one module until the fuel is depleted. Then start the second module and run that until the fuel is depleted. By the time the second module's fuel is exhausted the first module will have cooled enough for you to refill the individual Mk2 fuel hoppers. This process then continues allowing you to keep driving forever until the fuel carried on board runs out, then it's time to pull over, find some branches and make some more.

I am not going to put up a design for this, just an outline of the idea. The reason for this is gasifiers produce carbon monoxide. I do not want someone to install a boot EGU, do it wrong, and poison themselves and their family with carbon monoxide! So if you know what I am talking about here you probably know how to do it properly. Proceed at your own risk!!

This system will mean that you can run your car without gasoline but no one will know because from the outside your car looks perfectly normal. This will stop the police pulling you over when they see a big oil drum strapped to the back of your car!

As soon as lot's of people start doing this they will make it illegal and the MSM will be filled with the “dangers” of this technology and a lot of other bollocks as well probably. If you DO IT RIGHT it will be safe, and always carry a fire extinguisher in the vehicle.

The other point is they will claim that this is increasing CO2 pollution. This is wrong because the carbon you will be burning is already present in the material, which would rot and release the exact same amount of carbon into the atmosphere anyway. By burning it cleanly and efficiently you will actually probably decrease the amount going into the environment.

The other point is that oil is pumped from underground where the carbon is locked away from the environment. By burning it and releasing it you are actually increasing the amount of CO2 entering our world. The gasifier technology in contrast is carbon neutral for the reasons I have already outlined.

The other thing I want to talk about is the Mk2 in a different application. The GECV will allow you to use just a single unit to run a turbine. The Plasma Injector technology will allow you to create a plasma state of water, air or the woodgas itself. You have everything you need to explore multiple directions of this technology, and by using just a single Mk2 with different plasma potentials you can easily compare the efficiency of each potential.

I had a quick look for high temperature silicone and found this one good to 320C constant, 350C intermittent. This will be a better option than clay as it will remain flexible, while clay will go brittle over time and crack due to the vibration of the vehicle. Search around for other silicones and see if you can find a better one. This one has a NATO stock number though which tells you it is amongst the best ;)

http://www.intek-uk.com/xts320.htm

Here are a few more resources:

http://www.zx55.com/shopdisplayproducts.asp?tc=N&id=3&cat=Low%20Pressure%20Fittings&app=U-Bolt%20and%20Nuts

U bolts will allow you to securely mount your gasifier to a stainless backing plate in the vertical position. The description says ½” NB which means nominal bore. The description also says ½” NPS which means Nominal Pipe Schedule. These two descriptions are not the same!

1/2” NB actually means 0.5”

1/2” NPS actually means ½ Pipe which is 0.84” OD of the pipe.

Check with the supplier what you are actually getting before you buy it!

Here is the ½” pipe for the custom pipe nipple fire tube:

http://www.zx55.com/shopexd.asp?id=5033

I have already given you the link to tap&die for the ½” BSPP die and holder. You MUST use BSPP for the custom pipe nipple as this will allow you to cut a continuous parallel thread, and you need a double length thread for mounting the reducing sockets. Taper thread will not work for this purpose.

The missus is nagging me to go shopping so that's all for now folks!

RM :)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #124 on: May 23, 2011, 01:59:17 PM »
RM

Good work man.


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« Reply #125 on: May 23, 2011, 03:40:42 PM »
Thankyou Mr Goose, coming from you those 3 words are high praise indeed!  :D

Here are a few more ideas for the shaker basket:

http://www.zx55.com/shopdisplayproducts.asp?tc=N&id=5&cat=Hygienic%20Fittings&app=Reducer%20-%20Concentric

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/STAINLESS-STEEL-measures-cups-5-cups-/160587791129?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item2563c73b19

http://stores.ebay.co.uk/Bar-Supplies-n-Cocktail-Accessories/_i.html?_nkw=thimble+measure&submit=Search&_sid=16120080

When I was in Asda earlier I saw a high quality measuring cup set 4off that would have been perfect for a shaker basket and they were only £3. There are lot's of options here and lot's of shapes so just find something that fits well.

Here is an excellent catalogue:

http://www.pipelinecentre.co.uk/default.aspx

It looks like this is the company but it is not, this is a reseller. Lot's of different resellers use the same catalogue with their own name on the front. They will have hardcopies so ask for one, I highly recommend it for flicking through. Get a grasp of all the different components and technologies and it will help your creativity. It will also give you the keywords you need to find exactly what you want, and if you look hard enough... you will find it!  ;D

I am taking a break for a while, I expect a large number of people to have gasifiers up and running by the weekend, funds allowing...

RM :)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #126 on: May 24, 2011, 02:43:28 AM »
Hi Everyone,

I found this:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Black-High-Temperature-Sealant-1200C-310ml-Not-Silicone-/270736310952?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_3&hash=item3f092442a8

Says it is not silicone and good to 1200C after (up to) 4 days curing...

Manufacturer:

http://www.denbraven.nl/en/product-range/miscellaneous/zwaluw-fire-sealant-1200%C2%B0c

Data Sheet:

http://www.denbraven.nl/documents/pdfs/products/technical_datasheet/83_en.pdf

I have ordered some so I will let you know if it does what it says on the tin :)

RM :)

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« Reply #127 on: May 25, 2011, 06:05:24 PM »
Hi Everyone,

A concept I have been working on has now fully matured in my mind and I am ready to share it with you.

I have been thinking about overpopulation and how to solve it.

Remember when I have previously talked about turning the deserts green, well, I have now figured out how to do it with known technology. The only hurdles to implementation will be political so to counter this effectively the information must be spread far and wide. To Everyman. That is your job.

A political ideal can only survive with an unaware and uneducated population. It collapses when faced down with the truth.

So, what's this all about...

We build huge gasifiers in the desert that convert carbon bio matter to combustible gas.

The gas is then burnt, not in an ICE, but in a boiler. This converts the heat to steam pressure.

The steam pressure is used to run a boundary layer turbine.

The turbine rotary moment output is then used to pump and distil seawater to fresh water, or alternatively, a percentage of it is used to create electricity for the sites needs via PMA conversion.

Where do we get the bio matter ?

Well, we need a plant that thrives on sunlight, requires little water to mature and grows very quickly.

We know of such a plant...

It is called Hemp.

Hemp will mature in under 3 months and can be harvested, this means 4 crops per year. With clever breeding you can get this down to 2 months to maturity, which means 6 crops per year.

The Hemp will provide everything we need in a desert environment to run the power plants, feed the people and keep them healthy and also provide the raw materials we need to produce pretty much anything we want.

The Hemp will initially need to be protected from the sand storms, created by “loose” matter. Once the desert has been “watered” the matter will bind together and transitory erosion will no longer be a problem.

The protection technology for the crop already exists, clear plastic domes that keep the wind out and let sunlight in.

I have rejected ICE's for this application as they require frequent servicing and additives such as oil to run. They are also less efficient.

Boundary Layer Turbines on the other hand will degrade very slowly, can be run continuously, and will require very little maintenance. They are also very cheap to build and simple. The limiting factor will be the bearings, which these days are excellent and can be isolated anyway.

So there it is, a perfect solution powered by known technology, with zero drawbacks.

The carbon cycle for powering the process is at worst carbon neutral, and at best carbon negative.

No more starvation, no more water shortages, no more power shortages, no more wasted space, no more problems.

Maybe then humanity can focus on realised potential instead of unrealised wasted potential.

Get it done.

Simples :)

RM :)

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« Reply #128 on: May 26, 2011, 04:44:13 PM »
Hi Everyone,

I wanted to let you all know that the Mk2 is viable.

You will have to perform one modification to get it to work. I have put a modification instruction below. As you can see you will need to drill out the inside of one of the reducing sockets so that the custom parallel nipple will screw right through it. Leave the other reducing socket as standard.

Loctite an end cap onto a length of custom nipple and screw it in hand tight. Mount the socket in a pillar drill and remove the red material. The drill bit will spin clockwise and when it contacts the custom nipple it will unscrew it and you will see the hexagon end cap begin to spin.

The nipple is there to protect the threads from the drill bit. Once drilled insert a fresh custom nipple and screw it through by getting a wrench on the hex and cap. I would not use the one that you drilled because it might not cut a good thread after being damaged by drilling.

That is the only modification you will have to make to get the system to work... the rest of it screws together beautifully! It is a really high quality piece of kit and I think you guys are going to be chuffed when you got one assembled!  ;D

Two things to note:

The fuel hopper can be enhanced by using larger diameter fittings to expand fuel capacity and reduce height.

The charcoal collection area at the bottom can be enhanced by fitting a tee and end plugs, enlarging the area available without adding to the height so much.

I will put up a new version when I have time :)

I also added a reducing bush, hosetails and ball valves. All available from zx55 if you look around the site. One thing to note is the ball valves have a plastic liner seal, no idea if this will degrade or not, time will tell.

Here is a potential hose you could use:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/E85-Ethanol-Biodiesel-Alcohol-Fuel-Injection-Hose-3-8-/110661007831?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item19c3e8f9d7

Here is a potential box you could use:

http://www.tuffboxes.co.uk/

A custom seal would need to be made to make the box airtight, I am sure you guys can rig one up no problems :) Also seal any holes.

Pay attention to materials compatibility!

This box might be galvanised:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galvanization

So we can see that galvanisation means a zinc coating. This is important because this safety data sheet for the Zwaluw fire sealant 1200C says in part 10:

http://www.denbraven.nl/documents/pdfs/products/safety_datasheet/83_en.pdf

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
Hazardous decomposition products : Hydrogen gas in reaction with aluminium, zinc, tin and alloys of these.

Materials to avoid : Reacts with aluminium, zinc, tin and alloys of these and form hydrogen gas which may form an explosive mixture with air.

Conditions to avoid : Unknown.

So if the box is galvanised and zinc coated you CANNOT use this sealant. Got it ?

Now, I mentioned that I was not going to tell you how to do it but I have changed my mind. This is because my idea of DO IT RIGHT and your ideas may differ. So...

A separate 12v battery in the boot for the system would be a good idea to prevent power spikes when the starter motor is used from the car battery.

12v Carbon Monoxide detector:

http://www.discount-electrical.co.uk/product.php/379664452/aico-battery-carbon-monoxide-alarm-with-memory-feature-12v

This can be wired straight to the 12v battery with a suitable circuit. You guys can figure this out as I am not skilled in this area. Triple redundancy is required! This means that a sensor must be measuring the gas leak inside the box, and two must be measuring the gas leaks outside the box inside the car.

Thermocouples:

http://www.omega.co.uk/ppt/pptsc.asp?ref=BT-000_BT-090

Double redundancy required here with 2off thermocouples mounted through the box wall. This will allow you to monitor the air temperature inside the box, which is air cooled. You do not have to buy this one, I just put it up as an example because you can see that it is available with a 1/8 BSPT thread which will seal when used with a bulkhead fitting.

12v fan:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138586

You will need two air inlets per box in different locations, this will stop a plastic carrier bag getting sucked over the inlet and stopping your airflow. Alternatively a protection grill over the inlets as a filter would be a good idea.

The 12v fans need to be on the outlet, and there needs to be two outlets, so two fans per box. This will keep the airflow exchange going even when the vehicle is stationary.

Now let's talk about system monitoring and control, you could use a laptop or alternatively one of these:

http://www.mini-itx.com/store/

A tiny little computer that you can build yourself. There are so many guides on how to build a computer on the internet that I am not going to cover it. It is easy, and gets even easier if you buy a bundle as the compatibility of each component is guaranteed. The computer guys have already figured it out for you.

Now, A computer has a power supply that rectifies the 240v coming out of your wall socket down to 12v, 5v or 3v as necessary depending on what the component in the computer requires. You will not be running a 240v system in the car you will be running 12v ;)

So, the power supply will not be needed! However what you must pay attention too is the sine wave quality. Computer components do not like power spikes and normally the power supply acts as the buffer for the delicate components of the computer.

You can run a computer off a car battery by using a pure sign wave inverter from 240v to 12v, but these get very expensive due to the quality of the signal required.

So if you were to remove the power supply and add a 12v filter that outputs a pure sign wave between the car battery and the pc you would be sorted. You can cut the connector for the motherboard off the power supply and wire it to your filter yourself. You guys can figure this out, power supply mods are not my strong area.

If you were to run a Linux variant operating system, which is free, and there are so many versions to choose from you would have a stable operating system. Make sure you do not go wireless on the mini ITX specification as this will allow people to remotely hack your computer, you do not need wireless at all!

Now, if someone were to program a monitoring and control piece of software to run the system in a language like Visual Basic for example, and then release the source code, this would be taken and improved on by the super whiz kids who hang around the computer forums. The software would develop exponentionally and get better every version. This is the same principle as Linux operates on ;)

If you were to add things such as remote ignitors, and solenoid actuated control valves etc. you would have a complete on-board management system for your hybrid vehicle, all controlled from one screen.

Then you could add things like automatic fire suppression systems, such as a CO2 fire extinguisher that could be remotely triggered by an actuator when the system senses something has gone wrong and wants to perform an emergency shutdown. Also have a secondary fire extinguisher that is manually operated by pulling the pin and squeezing the handle as a backup. The fire extinguishers are mounted solidly via fittings through the box outer wall.

So, you will now have a vehicle that is a true Hybrid. You keep the gasoline tank as standard and this allows you to just jump in and go, or for short journeys when you don't want to fire up the gasifier system. This only require's a solenoid actuator fuel shut off valve in the mainline from the gas tank to the engine. Easy  ;D

All of this system is remotely controlled by smart software and a computer, with all of the necessary components available off the shelf or open source :)

RM :)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
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« Reply #129 on: May 26, 2011, 05:24:56 PM »
Ash posted this Movie at Jetjis's thread at Energetic,
This man hasn't used Petroleum in two years and 40,000. miles of driving


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3MZo_eyxhM

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« Reply #130 on: May 26, 2011, 10:35:47 PM »
Hi Everyone,

I was playing with the jigsaw earlier and look what I made :)

The Plasma Injection Gasifier Generator... Fondly referred to by myself as the PIGG...

A new design of low pressure 150lb BSP class gasifier, steam now injected to break down the fuel, wood + sand, to make us some Syngas :)

A cross fitting with two spark plugs acting as HV Arc Electrodes to create a Plasma Arc Reactor.

A GECV to control the Plasma priming and firing pulses...

A Scramjet nozzle to give us supersonic thrust...

A Turbine to convert that thrust into Rotary Moment...

A PMA to convert that Rotary Moment into AC or DC...

The possibilities are stimulating...  ;D

Points to note:

A Scramjet can operate in one of two modes, either the Scramjet is moved through the fluid to create supersonic compression... or... the fluid is moved through the Scramjet to create supersonic compression.

Only the taxpayer can afford Option one (although he never gets to play with it), Option two is far easier you just gotta blow some gas up!

The Scramjet Gas Bypass is critical... get the balance right ;)

The Plasma Arc Reactor, GECV, Scramjet, and Turbine, along with the Scramjet Gas Bypass must all be 316 stainless 3000lb class Hydraulic Fittings... ONLY!

A PAR, GECV and Scramjet Assy would make a mighty fine Scramjet Rocket Turbine... ;)

Be mindful of anything that starts to melt... ;)

Late at night when the World is quiet... you can hear it in the stillness of the moment... the sound you imagine a tumbleweed to make... it is the sound of the 100th Monkey whispering on the wind...

“Who has a PIGG?”

RM :)

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #130 on: May 26, 2011, 10:35:47 PM »
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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #131 on: May 27, 2011, 12:52:13 AM »
Hi Everyone,

Another supplier:

http://www.valves-online.co.uk/acatalog/Class_150_stainless_steel_fittings.html

Female Y... Dual Hopper Fuel Feed anyone ?

RM :)


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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #132 on: May 29, 2011, 04:05:17 PM »
Everyman Gasifier Unit Mk3...

An improved design increasing fuel capacity and decreasing height.

1” Nippling Tube provides off the shelf fire tube, however it is more expensive than threading your own.

RM :)


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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #133 on: May 31, 2011, 11:34:57 AM »
Here is the Everyman Gasifier Unit Mk4 :)

This is an improved version that requires no modifications of components to function, it simply screws together. I have also reduced the height even more and extended sump and hopper capacities in the search for the ultimate compact unit.

Equal Tees and Crosses are now used exclusively for the main body.

Hex Nipples make the joins with taper thread to seal, enhanced by sealant to lock the assembly and prevent the possibility of spiral leaks.

If a height reduction is desired then parallel BSPP Running Nipples can be used instead of Hex Nipples and the join is effectively internal adding nothing to the height, however sealant is essential as it is BSPP thread male to BSPP thread female.

The Fuel Hopper is now a cross allowing you to drill an end plug for the air intake, and then you can quickly remove the drilled end plug and fit a standard end plug to make the unit air tight and shut down the combustion process.

You can extend the fuel capacity by adding on more crosses if you desire and have the vertical room.

The Fire Tube is now 2" NPS which is a large internal bore to allow the gravity feed of much larger wood chips.

The combustion priming port has been moved up to reduce the height of the unit. Priming Fluid is now injected from a syringe or squirted in from a can. The fluid should be aimed at the fire tube, which will act as a guide, and the fluid will run down the outside of the tube and drip into the shaker basket in the combustion zone.

The most important change is that I have used Hex Reducing Bushes instead of Reducing Sockets. This is because the bush does not have an internal lip that needs to be removed. A parallel male BSPP thread such as on Nippling Tube will screw completely through without a problem, allowing you to join two inverted bushes without modification.

The hex reducing bushes also reduce the overall height of the unit in comparison to reducing sockets :)

I hope your all having fun playing with your big boy's LEGO kit!  ;D

RM :)   

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Re: Alternate Fuel for Diesel and Gasoline Engines - 100% off the Bowser
« Reply #134 on: May 31, 2011, 01:16:11 PM »
Hi Everyone,

I have just uploaded a video to youtube showing an advanced prototype concept for an Everyman Gasifier Unit...

Grab it quick before youtube ban it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THHx_FD3vfU

RM :)

 

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