Working on a test bed to run a small gas engine (0.22 L, 4 stroke) under controlled speed and load.  I am looking to see if I can get a spike response with a spark ignition system.  HHO spike response is described in this monograph  One thing I would like to do is try it with ethanol. 

Ethanol can be cut with water and still burn OK.  Up to perhaps 40% water. Finding spike at 20% or 30% water may  allow extrapolating to combinations that gives spike response above 40%.  A couple of points above 40% can be used to  extrapolate to 100% water.  By measuring exhaust and engine temps, it can be determined if additional energy  output is so-called anomalous.  If so,  there is the possibility that energy output is incidental to combustion.

This is a bit different from Stan Meyers experiment which I think gave overunity at the point of oxyhydrogen production.  In this arrangement,  a very small amount of HHO is produced and overunity effect occurs mostly in the engine cylinder.   The engine could started on ethanol and once it is warmed up and equilibrated, switch over to water.  Please comment if anybody has any ideas.

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Comment by moldoveanu.marius on January 2, 2016 at 10:18am
Charles, return exhaust gases EG in same bubbler with the oxyhydrogen gas. Use a valve to control the flow or EG. An enhanced ignition spark will produce NOx that will react with water and will get "overunity" results. Let me see, on private email, the electric diagram. I may have a solution for "free hydrogen" onboard.

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