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Title: 80% water,20% fuel.
Post by: tinman on November 30, 2014, 08:41:07 AM
On December 31 i will be presenting my advancements on water/fuel ratio's to run an ICE. So far i/we (the we is my friend who is a chemist)have developed a system in which we use a water to fuel ratio of 4:1-with out loss of mechanical output power.This is something myself and a friend have been working on for over a year now. Chet dose know a little about the system,and also the trouble we have had with pistion dammage. It would seem that we have over come the piston dammage by way of injecting HHO into the system. Before the HHO injection was incorperated into the system,we had(at best) a 3:2 ratio of water to fuel. So not only has the HHO injection stopped piston dammage,it has also increased the water to fuel ratio to 4:1.

Although we will be releasing the video on the 31st of December that shows(at the moment) a fuel mix of 80% water,and 20% fuel,we hope to have bettered this even more by the release date.The video below is a simplified version of the HV cell driver that we are using on the HHO injection side of the system.The driver is very simple,and nothing to speacial about it-->but it gives excellent results,and allows us to use tap water without any Elite. . Although our HV driver is a little more advanced than the one in the video,we are open to any sort of HV driver you may have that might be a little more efficient than that of what we currently have-->maybe just a better way of achieving the same result's.
Title: Re: 80% water,20% fuel.
Post by: MarkE on November 30, 2014, 02:00:02 PM
Tinman it will be interesting to see what you have come up with.  If I were to guess what is happening right now it would be that you are effectively reducing the displacement under low load.  If you have an economical and effective way to do that, it could be valuable.
Title: Re: 80% water,20% fuel.
Post by: ramset on November 30, 2014, 03:48:25 PM
It is good to know that someone like yourself ,a competent measurement man, someone who  scratcbuilds internal combustion engines and lives, eats and breaths good measurement protocol
brings us this claim.

I myself have nothing but gratitude and respect for you and your contribution here.


Title: Re: 80% water,20% fuel.
Post by: gotoluc on November 30, 2014, 11:09:18 PM
As always, great work mate!... looking forward to the official release and collective development.

Thanks for sharing

Title: Re: 80% water,20% fuel.
Post by: roll on October 18, 2016, 06:17:11 PM
hello tinman , where you stop with your project ??