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Aluminum Wire Ran 3cyl European Van on Water!
« on: February 13, 2024, 03:40:48 am »
 Aluminum Wire Ran 3cyl European Van on Water!

Many years back, a European Van was shown, and the engine ran on a reel of aluminum wire that made Hydrogen and Carbon Monoxide fuel that was tested many times and Patented. The small motor fed wire under electrolyte solution to a rotating carbon cylinder. Underwater scraping Sparks from 40 amps 24v DC produced both fuel gases bubbling upward. The sediment settles to the bottom of cell mounted in the engine compartment. It would be nice not to have to purchase expensive aluminum wire. The feeder was similar to the normal welding mechanism. The write up was also published in Industrial magazine. How to melt scrap aluminum and form/ draw out wire to use? Aluminum is very reactive with electrical valance of plus 3.
A standard power generator with engine had also operated on a water cell. The 2 carbon rods sparked underwater, forming carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas. The engineers said this was possible for self running, since water contains deuterium/ heavy water in very small degree. (Faucet water has 1/5000 ratio of Deuterium molecules to water.)

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Re: Aluminum Wire Ran 3cyl European Van on Water!
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2024, 09:18:40 am »
Nice!