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Engines running on 100 % hho

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Steve:

--- Quote from: nealward on October 11, 2018, 20:31:49 pm ---No not yet , These were brute force, but it was only to learn how to run engines on hho, Mixture rates, volume etc A huge learning experience.

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i can agree on that my self.
Did 4 diff engines myself.
It was great fun ad well.

tektrical:

--- Quote from: nealward on October 10, 2018, 20:12:47 pm ---Hello there Steve.
They are all mine.

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Hi Neal.

Since hho is implosive, is your timing normal, or do you set it somewhere around BDC?  Is the combustion in the cylinder or the manifold?

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Grunge (grudge)

nealward:
Do not play with the timing, get the flame speed correct and it runs exactly the same as gasoline. The valve overlap is a problem. Engines with an EGR are better candidates.

X-Blade:
Hello Neal.

Nice to see when people does it the same way that Meyer told us.
We need to adjust the burn rate not to change the whole motor.

Cheers.

tektrical:

--- Quote from: nealward on October 14, 2018, 18:21:31 pm ---Do not play with the timing, get the flame speed correct and it runs exactly the same as gasoline. The valve overlap is a problem. Engines with an EGR are better candidates.

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I see you have a Y connector with an extra hose.  Is that from the exhaust?  (Or compressed air.)  Is that how you adjust the flow rate?

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