I have an Idea budding in my head to run engines on water as fuel.
Today, I will share my thoughts with you and provide you a good clue of what could be the solution of GAS alternative.
Friends, before starting with the instructable I want to make it clear that I haven't build anything with this idea as of now. So, I am not completely sure how far it is safe and possible.
With this in mind lets start the 'project ENVIRONMENT'.....
I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY OF HARM CAUSED DUE TO THIS INSTRUCTABLE.
P.S.: Those who are looking for the prototype, this instructable will not help you.
I will like to thank all those whose instructables I have used here.
Step 1: Basic Concept
Electrolysis of water:
Go to my instructable on 'HHO generator' for more details.
Step 2: Supply hydrogen gas to engine
Petrol engine uses a mixture of petrol and air to fire. Instead of petrol we will be using hydrogen.
Do not pre-mix hydrogen with air intake as it may result in explosion.
Adjust the fuel(hydrogen) pressure to get the optium result.
The engine should fire now.
Step 3: Vary voltage of DC supply to control Electrolysis process
HOWEVER, I can help you of what can be done.
Use a tachometer sensor (tachometer is used to read the rpm of motor) to read the rpm of engine. According to the rpm of engine vary the voltage of the DC supply.
when the speed increases---the rpm increases---this shld increase the voltage----this will speed up the electrolysis process.
And, when the speed decreases---rpm decreases---the voltage decreases----this will slow down the electrolysis process.
'The key is to generate only required amount of hydrogen needed for combustion.'