### Author Topic: Water Fuel Injector System  (Read 2459 times)

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##### Water Fuel Injector System
« on: February 13, 2009, 04:10:08 am »
I can see a problem with this final evolution theory that the laser ionized ambient air and water droplets are injected to release an instant explosion in the internal combustion engine (ICE).  That is the position of the piston and the compression stage that the engine is in at the point of the energy release needing to happen.  Will we need to not only over come the compression of the cylinder but also do it with an amount of pressure that will allow our injector to function as a jet?  From the description of the injector the energy is ignited at its release of the fuel.  That is unlike an ICE that receives its fuel under a negative pressure created in the cylinder from the piston traveling down then closes the values as the piston returns and compresses the fuel and air mixture and then fires the fuel at the point where it is in the greatest strength of compression.  If anyone has any ideas of how we will create this great pressure to inject the ICE at that stage of the combustion cycle please post them here.
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##### Re: Water Fuel Injector System
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2009, 04:16:04 am »
I can see a problem with this final evolution theory that the laser ionized ambient air and water droplets are injected to release an instant explosion in the internal combustion engine (ICE).  That is the position of the piston and the compression stage that the engine is in at the point of the energy release needing to happen.  Will we need to not only over come the compression of the cylinder but also do it with an amount of pressure that will allow our injector to function as a jet?  From the description of the injector the energy is ignited at its release of the fuel.  That is unlike an ICE that receives its fuel under a negative pressure created in the cylinder from the piston traveling down then closes the values as the piston returns and compresses the fuel and air mixture and then fires the fuel at the point where it is in the greatest strength of compression.  If anyone has any ideas of how we will create this great pressure to inject the ICE at that stage of the combustion cycle please post them here.

Excellent observation John . I also believe the injector is meant fo work at compression stage .  There would be substantial pressure coming out of that injector since we know the volume will be 1800 time larger if we quickly turn those few droplets into gas . Not only that , but the geometry physically crashes the two unstable atoms together at a meeting point

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##### Re: Water Fuel Injector System
« Reply #2 on: February 13, 2009, 04:37:23 am »
I do believe that for every problem there is a solution.  I think that an injector can be designed that is isolated from the cylinder by a valve like a check valve that would have a chamber to allow the instant explosion to take place then over powering the compression of the engine allowing the explosive gasses to enter the cylinder to drive the piston down.  This would be an injector that I haven’t seen any drawings of in this study yet.

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##### Re: Water Fuel Injector System
« Reply #3 on: February 13, 2009, 04:40:14 am »
I do believe that for every problem there is a solution.  I think that an injector can be designed that is isolated from the cylinder by a valve like a check valve that would have a chamber to allow the instant explosion to take place then over powering the compression of the engine allowing the explosive gasses to enter the cylinder to drive the piston down.  This would be an injector that I haven’t seen any drawings of in this study yet.

Not only is that stuff under pressure , it creates alot of GTNT of strong kinetic yield when it reaches that collision point .

Stevie plz put this conversation into my project section