Electrolytic Gas updated .pdf 6-15-06
This paper sets out to describe why an experimental apparatus, namely a 12 valve Toyota 1600cc 4cyl engine runs on electrolytic gas. That is not so strange in itself as it is well known that Hydrogen is a fuel*. The benefit of using electrolytic gas is that the Hydrogen has with it, its own oxidizer - Oxygen. Already perfectly proportioned, no gas mixing is required and so complete combustion is accomplished without the need for additional air. Here's the rub; the car engine uses a separate belt driven three phase marine alternator in a "Y" winding with output rated at 150 Amps at 24 Volts which is fed into three electrolysis cells, each cell gets a single phase. Beginning at 12 Volts the cells are heated partly by hot exhaust gas and partly by way of voltage on the plates within acting as heating elements. When the cells get up to temperature (about 75° C) the alternator tickle supply is reduced to a range between 1.24 to 2.00 volts which then serves to increase electrolysis efficiency in accordance with Faraday's Law(s) of electrolysis and thus efficiencies in the order of 97.5% are achieved the cells consuming circa 600 Amps each the process becomes endothermic and provides gas more than sufficient to fuel the engine.
Thus the engine generates its own fuel (and oxidizer) with ample power to spare. Most argue that this is an impossible situation; at best the engine becomes a dynamic brake and at worst it just won't work. The explanation being that you can't get more energy out than what you put in and in citing various texts, at first glance appears quite correct. The fact of the matter - as this paper will prove - is that the texts are either wrong or fail to supply all of the information. Click on paper above to read the whole article.
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