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Hi-There are a couple documents I have. They are divided into Part I and Part II. It is targeted at Diesels and Class 8 trucks in particular. It describes a system that could serve as the basis for…Continue
Started Sep 24, 2012
Hi all,Marius' measurements on his oxygen sensor got me thinking. I am not sure what kind of sensor he has. There are several different types. I think the zirconium oxide is most common. Marius saw…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by moldoveanu.marius Jun 16, 2012.
It is stated in various sources that the HHO flame temperature is130 degrees C in open air but a source is never cited. I wonder if this value was not obtained by using an infrared thermometer to measure the flame temperature. An infrared thermometer operates on the assumption that the heat source is a black body, that is, the spectral signature of the emission is described by Planck's law. However, this is not true of any flame. The emission signature…Continue
Posted on January 1, 2013 at 12:15pm — 2 Comments
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BkFx1LqZwCQ&feature=related on youtube states in the description:
[HHO] works great on every kind of car, truck, SUV, van, etc. The only one truck we have seen it not work on is the Ford Diesel PowerStroke model - why? Because that particular design uses a ""pre-combustion chamber"" to begin burning the fuel BEFORE it enters the main…
Posted on April 15, 2012 at 2:11pm
An Australian company called Empire Hydrogen Energy Systems which makes HHO systems for vehicles had an Edmonton, Alberta environmental consultant do a "independent third party" evaluation of their technology. They produced a very nice report that can be found at:
Posted on March 24, 2012 at 3:56pm — 1 Comment
According to this web page http://holysmoke.org/hho/the-facts.html , "the EPA tested two dozen HHO units and they were all found to be ineffective". Googling a few variations of EPA HHO evaluation and searching the EPA website turned up nothing. Was these ever such an evaluation done? I should think DOE would be more likely to sponsor such an evaluation rather than the EPA.
This article also says that if HHO were…Continue
Posted on January 25, 2012 at 3:00pm — 2 Comments