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Burn rate adjusting. How Nasa does it with SR-71 bomber plane
« Reply #8 on: December 17, 2013, 15:10:40 pm »
Using hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen and water mist.
Does that sounds familiar?

Have a look at this document, if you want  :)

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Re: Burn rate adjusting of HHO to the level of petrol
« Reply #9 on: March 09, 2016, 13:48:10 pm »
Hey i'm new here but this place looks like a good place to get educated online input.
I'm thinking of converting a car to run on HHO. the car in mind has dual fuel injection system i.e Petroleum in one mode and LPG in the other. i'm wondering about how plausible is it to use HHO in the place of my usual LPG instead and what affects would i expect... I'm not sure if it''l perform poorly or simply kill the engine instantly and end up exploding or something...  :/
I know the basics of making HHO by making a generator and i have a gas tank (LPG run car), i guess i'll need another component to pressurize the gas into the tank???

input is appreciated. thanks in advance...

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Re: Burn rate adjusting of HHO to the level of petrol
« Reply #10 on: March 09, 2016, 14:02:19 pm »
Hi and welcome.

Good to read that you want to try things with HHO.
First things first is safety, as i can speak from my own experience.
NEVER EVER EVER EVER PUT HHO UNDER PRESSURE IN A TANK. NEVER EVER STORE LARGE AMOUNTS OF HHO ANYWHERE.

So, now you know.
Thats the reason why we like to build a hydrogen on demand system.

Secondly, adding HHO to petrol makes sense, as we all know that the element in petrol that makes a car run are the hydrogen atoms.
So, it is better to inject the HHO into the airintake manifold .
Cheers!

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Re: Burn rate adjusting of HHO to the level of petrol
« Reply #11 on: March 10, 2016, 06:44:38 am »
Hey  Phenix and Steve,

i´m doing a big cell to make some tests with it too...

i´m doing a circuit that will get the rpm sensor signal to provide hydrogen proportional to the gasoline injected respecting the maximum it can generate...

also another thing that could be intersting is to study the injectors signal and see if make sense to use it instead as triger or control for the hydrogen production in demand.

the main idea is to increase the detonation of the gasoline raising the pressure/temperature gradients therefore theoretically reducing the energy in fuel to produce the output by increasing the efficiency of the burn... causing reducing in consumption theoretically..

about storage there is a guy using solar pannel to regenerate an hydride tank with special electrolyte/materials and acumulating hydrogen... when hydrogen is to be released just few heat is added to liberate hydrogen from the hydrides.. he ran a car with the tank..




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