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Author Topic: No new physics in Hydrogen/Oxygen calculations  (Read 3247 times)

Offline peterlowrie

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No new physics in Hydrogen/Oxygen calculations
« on: October 14, 2005, 09:39:53 AM »
Dear groupsters

Whereas I realise most people think it's impossible to run car engines on water gas, otherwise known as Rhodes, Browns or Electrolytic Gas for various reasons in particular you can't get more energy out than what you put in. I felt pressed to determine why it [does actually] work. So I set about pulling information from various sources and the result is a paper that attempts to describe the science behind the experiment.

Whether you like it or not the prototypes have worked well in the past and the new one I'm building also will work. Here's why:

http://www.pelicom.net.nz/hydrogen/egas-calculations.doc
for MSWord users, and;
http://www.pelicom.net.nz/hydrogen/egas-calculations.sxw
for Openoffice users

The partially constructed fuel system is here:
http://www.pelicom.net.nz/hydrogen/progress004.png

Now that I have a camera and access to a video camera I'll be able to show you more in the very near future. Watch this space.

To those who think I'm peddling snake oil or trying to part gullible investors out of their dosh, nothing herein is being peddled and I am not asking for, nor do I want - money. You're barking up the wrong tree.
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Regards
Peter Lowrie
http://www.pelicom.net.nz