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DIESEL ON HHO

we work with putting HHO on diesels of all sizes and so far have had great success.

Website: http://Blakesystemsinc.com
Location: USA
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2.7 Turbo diesel

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Turbo diesels and HHO

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Putting the HHo on a deisel

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Comment by K.V.NARAYANA on August 30, 2010 at 11:01am
The biggest problem for gensets is smaller dynamo capacity. Even 360 KVA generator has got only 35 amps dynamo.

Narayana
Comment by Velappan Jeyakummar on August 28, 2010 at 7:39pm
Once again thanks for your kind advise Mr. Narayana. In India, I want to install the HHO plants only in the Gensets available for power production in factories or commercial establishments. The capacity of Gensents will be between 4 to 13 litters. How to determine HHO requirement per litter engine, please advise.
Comment by K.V.NARAYANA on August 28, 2010 at 2:27pm
We did testing on diesel engines from 1.2 lts to 13 lts. engine size. Response to hydroxy gas is not consistent. There are two approaches for diesels. First approach is feeding small quantity of hydroxy gas ie. 0.25 to 0.5 LPM gas per lit engine capacity. Here i observed that same make, model but different engines are responding differently. One engine is giving mileage improvement, another engine no response.

Second approach is feeding more gas, similar to gasoline engines. John manning of Australia has followed this approach. Here some timing adjustment is required but result is guaranteed. For this approach the main constraint is Alternator.
Comment by Bo DuBose on August 28, 2010 at 10:11am
K.V.- My team's extensive work and the University 3rd party empirical data shows quite the opposite on large diesel trucks. What particular vehicles is this claim based on?
Comment by Velappan Jeyakummar on August 28, 2010 at 12:52am
Thanks Mr. K.V. Narayana. If there is no relation between engine size and HHO volume, how do determine the enough volume of HHO for the engines ? Is any formula for that ?
Comment by K.V.NARAYANA on August 27, 2010 at 12:50pm
There is no relation between engine volume and amount of hydroxy gas to be injected in diesel engines.

Narayana
Comment by Velappan Jeyakummar on August 27, 2010 at 10:29am
Shall I know, In USA what is the maximum concentrated NaOH is allowed in the HHO generator, when the vehicle is running.
Comment by Christer Dirfeldt on August 22, 2010 at 7:04pm
This is the basic stuff, where all voltage over 1,2 volt in regular electrolysis will produce heat. Amps in that condition will be quite linear to the HHO output. A normal built cell have an efficiency of 5-6mmw. Lets say 5 now. The formula for mmw is: HHO volyme in ml per minute / volts and amps. If you have a 6 cell HHO devise in you car, totally insulatet from each other = 2 volts per cell and want to know how much amps you wil need an the mmw is 5, you will get this for 2 liter per minute: 2000ml / 13,5volts * x amps= 5: x amps = 2000ml / 13,5volts *5: x = 2000/ 13,5 * 5 = 29,6 amps!
Comment by Leslie Gurvey on July 13, 2010 at 9:58am
Volts and Amps produce WATTS. So the higher the watts the greater chance to produce STEAM/Water Vapor. Does anyone know what the Wattage is where STEAM/Water Vapor is produced when making HHO?
Comment by Leslie Gurvey on July 13, 2010 at 9:55am
Is there a formula for the number of volts and amps required to produce a certain number of LPM of HHO?
 

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