Can someone tell me if you can use H2 to cook with, if yes or no, can you explain what happens either way, thanks!!!!
Question by RayannaJ | last reply
Does anyone know how to test for output quantity of HHO gas from a Hydrogen Generator when connected to a vacuum such as your intake manifold? The output is easy to test when just checking with a submerged bottle with the generator running on its own without being hooked to a vacuum source. The generator will put out substantially more volume under vacuum than when not. How do you check for output volume when under vacuum? Pylgram
Topic by Pylgram | last reply
Hello, I generated hydrogen simply by applying a DC current to 2 tubes filled with water , the ( - ) tube started bubling and filled up with a gas, i suppose that it should be hydrogen, i sucked the gas with a syringe and tried to burn this gas with a lighter by squeezing the syringe directly over the lighter's flame but the gas wouldn't burn, instead i heard micro pop's , like micro explosions.. Isn't hydrogen flamable ??
Question by Nick_Zouein | last reply
Where I've to connect the output of hho gas generator to my motorbike? I've no experience in mechanics, but I know is very simple to connect the hydrogen gas output tube to some part of my motorbike to run the motorbike on hho. The question is... where? If you answer to my that, I'll make an instructable about the process.
Topic by FelixSP | last reply
I'm making a hydrogen motorbike that runs this kind of motor ===>http://www.ebay.com/itm/ME0709-Brush-Type-Permanent-Magnet-Motor-PMDC-24-72V-DC-Etek-R-19HP-pk-/250954809815?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash;=item3a6e1281d7 However, all i can find are " make your own HHO" fuel cells (which I'm pretty sure isn't what a fuel cell does but I might be wrong on that). Where can I find an actual hydrogen fuel cell that can power this motor plus lighting (and a few things like an arduino) for the motorcycle. Thanks a bunch!
Question by Sun Gear | last reply
I want to store hydrogen gas(not browns gas) in some kind of pressure container. Since the propane tank is not a good idea from your forum, I was thinking about using a truck tire that could be pressurized to 120 psi. What are the hazards in this process. I would suck out the air from the tube tire with a vacuum pump and then generate hydrogen gas, compress it into the tire. Will it work or will it become unstable and blow up?.
Question by o tvedt | last reply
What is the most practical and cost efficient way to make a 10m3 gas bag for the storage of hydrogen? I am planning to store pure Hydrogen (made from water electrolysis) in an outdoor area, a bit like the way biodigestor gas is stored in low cost, small scale installations. My concern is the high effusing nature of the gas through membrane material. My first thought was to use reinforced PVC like that used for truck tarpaulins but I can't find any info on effusing rates verses other materials. Ideally the gas would be able to remain in the bag for a maximum 2-3 weeks until needed. This is an experiment on the practical applications of locally produced hydrogen, so I hope to be able to follow up any advice by constructing the gas bag and reporting back with the project progress. Any thoughts and advice would be gratefully received! Thanks in advance, Nick
Question by Nick 73 | last reply
I have a case of 35% hydrogen poroxcide ???? I have a case of it siting in my garage and I dont want to throw it out
Question by west49rules | last reply
I want to make a mini hydrogen engine but dont have a big budget. i may also add an electric genorator to put on it for clean & green energy. please help.
Question by tzq33tdq | last reply
Theoretically you can, but did anyone really do this with success ? Anyone knows of a link that has all the details for such a project ? I need to know how big the hydrogen generator should be and how to safely connect the hydrogen supply to the motor, how to mix the hydrogen with oxygen and what ratio, is it better to mix with pure oxygen or just normal air or maybe hydroxy just works fine ?! How to prevent firebacks... too many little details to be discussed.. so anyone has any usefull info just throw it at us please to try to make a really efficient 100% hydrogen powered car.
Question by Nick_Zouein | last reply
I am in India ,i have a fiat car i wanna convert that car make it run on hydrogen i dont mind few modifications .but can it be succesful in doing so .plzzzz help me on this .should we change the fuel container and all that stuff.the car is abt 10 years old .i found out that other car makers r making cars which run on h2 with same concept of IC engines
I want to make a hydrogen balloon and am afraid rubber won't hold the gas in well enough. I was thinking I could make a balloon from a space blanket but am not sure how to connect the edges. I thought maybe I could fuse them with an Iron but am not sure. Will apreciate any help.
Question by nurdee1 | last reply
Hi, I need to create 96 volts and low variable amps... I don't know of any simple ways of doing this unless I spend lots of money.. So can I add some different dc power supplies to get to 96 volts dc? or is there another inexpensive way to make it happen? The purpose is for a large hydrogen generator, high volts, and low amps.. Thanks for your help... Bryan
Question by bboyden | last reply
Hello, I am working on a Hydrogen generation project. I am using a PWM (pulse width modulator) to control the Generator from going into thermal runaway. However, the current PWM's on the market dont offer temperature control. Only duty cycle control. So I need some help here. I need a way to control a potentiometer to increase or decrease resistance based upon a temperature range from 80 to 95 degrees. I dont want this to turn the unit off, only lower the duty cycle when the peak temp is reached. Then also, when the unit is cold on start up, it would release full amps into it until it reached it peak operating temp. The idea is to make a PWM control the generator via duty cycle (amperage draw) and temperature. Make it a "set it, and forget it" system. My thoughts are using two surface mount thermostatic switches. One for low limit the other for the high limit. Then a relay and another potentiaometer. Theory of operation: On initial start up, the generator is offered full amperage draw of 40 amps(100% duty cycle) until it reaches its operating temperature of 80 to 95 degrees. Once it reaches the peak of the operating temp the upper limit switch kicks open causing a relay to offer a differing resistance (80% duty cycle) that would effectively make the PWM still keep producing hydrogen, but cool down. When or if the lower limit of 80 degrees is reached the lower limit thermostat would close allowing again 100% duty cycle to the generator. Thus, this system would keep the generator operating at an optimal temperature at all times regardless of outside temperature, and conditions. Current PWM's require the user to manually get them set. If the outside temps are colder the system will work less effectively. If the outside temps are hotter the temps may cause thermal runaway. All operating conditions require the user to be constantly fiddling with, and keeping an eye on the amp draw, temps, and voltage. This means eyes not on the road while driving. Bad ju-ju. I'd like to make this device super simple to operate, and build. With off the shelf items, not custom IC's. Any ideas?
Question by ydeardorff | last reply
I have an electrode made of 304 SS that when hooked to a 12V automotive battery draws about 80A. That is WAY too much amps, and I want to boost the output voltage to 36 or more, and reduce the amps as low as possible. I plan to drive the flyback with a square wave generator. What do I need to know to wind my own coil: what core, size of wire for primary and secondary and how many turns of each? Thanks in advance. I've already found that an ignition coil will not work, unless you know of some way to adapt one so that it will.
Question by galveston | last reply
Hi,Pennsylvania State University researchers last week announced that they have developed a method of producing hydrogen gas by combining electron-generating bacteria, acetic acid and less than .2 volt source in a microbial fuel cell. Info at this URL... http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5iXbROJgdF3_6BtG3TZFEs9hiw8CgI first heard about this last week on NPR's Talk of the Nation. Here is NPR link - http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=16343702≻=emafThe researcher who led the project Bruce Logan, the director of the Hydrogen Energy Center there said last week on the show that this was actually a relatively simple process.He claims 90 percent efficiency. Also claimed is that the process produces 288 per cent more energy in hydrogen than the electrical energy that is added to the process.I would love to build one small scale and combine it with solar panels. Or maybe try to generate some hydrogen and try using it as a fuel supplement for my car using something like this - http://www.hydrogen-fuel.ca/ . Anyone willing to tackle this one?
Topic by nadsab | last reply
Ok earlier I asked how I can build the needed 110 DC out of 110 AC.... I can't seem to get things going so I was wondering if someone was willing to help me? I will be glad to pay a reward or payment or tip?? for anyone willing to build this for me... I need it to plug into the house 110 AC then go through a dimmer switch then a diode bridge then a ?? resonator or filter? or ? then this would be placed into the hydrogen generator.. Of course I would not hold any animosity over any problems that may happen, I will simply have someone else do it... as I'm disabled and have problems with soldering.. so if you can please email me and let me know what you can do for me... or if that is to much to ask, can you please send me all the parts I need and very detailed instructions... hahaha OK? or.... ??? I will be glad to send money for your time and the parts.. please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Question by bboyden | last reply
I need a relatively simple way to produce a few milliliters of dry H2 gas. I do NOT want HHO and I do NOT want electrolysis of water, I also would like this method to produce little to no water as a byproduct. I'm looking for generators because the minimum tank size of hydrogen I could buy (unless someone could locate a supplier in the UK that would sell me something the size of a propane tank or smaller) is far too large. I'm Interested in a chemical reaction or hydrocarbon cracking method that would require a maximum of 200 degrees C if it requires energy input, but I don't mind if it's terribly exothermic (unless its an thermite-like reaction, then we have a problem) since I have a very effective cooling system in place for it and the rest of the system. I forgot to add what its for, glow brazing. It'll be ionized and remove surface oxides while simultaneously heating the parts to be brazed.
Question by The Ideanator | last reply
I know that hydrogen peroxide and alcohol equals well"whoomph", but what happens if I mix hydrogen peroxide and aluminium?
Question by flamesami | last reply
I want to know if its possible to replace the petroleum gas in a lpg powered car with hydrogen that i can produce myself and fill the cars gas tank with... if not is there a ratio of hydrogen to lpg that get good results?
Question by grimgroper | last reply
I have just learnt that hard drive platters are coated in platinum, i know platinum is a catalyst in the reaction between hydrogen and oxygen to for water and produces electricity. This is basically what happens in i hydrogen fuel cell. Has anyone tried using these platters in making a fuel cell and if so how successful was it? Does anyone know if the platinum quantity high enough for this to be viable? I would like to here any ideas on this quite interesting project.
Question by benmurton | last reply
BBC News are running an item about a car running on home-produced hydrogen.UK company ITM Power has produced a plastic film they claim is suitable for home electrolysis of water to produce hydrogen. The hydrogen (they say) can be used in the home, to be burned for cooking or heating, or to power a car (they are simply burning it, but it could supply a hydrogen fuel cell).As we have mentioned elsewhere on this site, current sources of hydrogen are not "green" (95% of current H2 supplies are manufactured from fossil fuels), but ITM say that their system is green because you aren't stopping at a filling station, you're generating your own hydrogen from the energy resource of your choice (maybe your own solar cells or wind turbine).Others, however, have questioned the wisdom of storing tanks of hydrogen at home.Whatever the application, if this new material is all that they claim, it could be a major step towards a true hydrogen society.BBC StoryITM Power
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
Ok, so I got how to get water, but how do I condense it without losing much, and would it be at least a semi-efficient and/or fast way of obtaining around a cup of water? So, I have another question. I know, I've been posting a new question at least once a week for a while now and you're all probably like "Dark Master87, Y u no shut up and stop trying to do impossible things?? w(O;O)w" Most people on here probably know about electrolysis and seperating water into hydrogen and oxygen with electricity, but it's simple and I don't currently have a use for it. But does anyone know how to bond hydrogen and oxygen to create water? I'm expecting there to be heating or cooling involved, probably more likely heating. Would you light the two gases on fire? Or would they just automatically bond with each other at the point of contact? More importantly, would this be possible to acheive on the limited budget of a 14 year old hobbyist who *may* have access to *some* lab equipment, but probably not? Thanks for paying attention, if it's not feasible/possible, I won't mind if you nag about me never doing any reasonable projects. And also, how hard would it be to get the hydrogen and oxygen from electrolysis with losing too much of it?
Question by ALogan97 | last reply
Im no chemist but I am interested in what volume in litres of water would be produced from 1 litre of liquid hydrogen if burnt in air. Of course it would evaperate and be disspersed but would be 8 litres? 2h2 + O2 = 2h2O I believe the chemical formular
Question by lrdforster | last reply
I'm making rust via electrolosis (with tablesalt enhancing), the water level has dropped about half an inch, and the liquid is a heavy black Fe3O4 sludge, meaning that there has been alot of hydrogen released. Basically, what are the signs/symptoms of hydrogen poisoning?
Question by The Ideanator | last reply
The first manned, hydrogen-powered plane has been successfully tested in the skies above Spain, its makers say.The small, propeller-driven craft, developed by aviation giant Boeing, made three short flights at an airfield south of Madrid, the company said.It was powered by hydrogen fuel cells, which produce only heat and water as exhaust products.The tests could pave the way for a new generation of greener aircraft, the company said.Boeing's chief technology officer John Tracy said the flights were "a historical technological success" and "full of promises for a greener future".Small futureThree test flights of the two-seater aircraft took place in February and March at an airfield at Ocana, south of Madrid. The plane was modified to include a hybrid battery and fuel cell system used to power an electric motor coupled to a conventional propeller. Hydrogen-powered planes have been flown before, but never with a human pilot onboard.BBC Story
Topic by Kiteman | last reply
What kind of tanks would I need to store liquefied hydrogen, and oxygen or gas forms? But not h2o form.
Question by nfarrow | last reply
I found this article in class today, and thought it was pretty interesting. a scientist discovered that by exposing saltwater to radio waves, it weakens the bonds in the water, and the hydrogen can be burnt.http://www.engadget.com/2007/09/11/can-saltwater-be-burned-as-fuel/
Topic by its a lion | last reply
In the current make magazine issue #15 There is a project called the Seebeck Generator. I was wondering about the use of Peltier Cells. Can someone elaborate as to how they function? I mean can you get them in different sizes? Would different sizes effect the power output? If I took like 50 of them and somehow combined them could I get a higher yield? What if you used it in combination with something like Hydrogen? Ideally Hydrogen burns hot and if I had a large version of the Peltier Cell Could I use it to get a real power output? Possibly enough to power an electronic motor? Just some random thoughts the magazine sparked. Thanks, Jester
Topic by Jester_boy2 | last reply
Im trying to store hydrogen into these propane bottles so i can use that instead of propane to fuel my foundry furnace.
Question by GalaxyX | last reply
Actually i am trying to use a liquid hydrogen as a fuel in a car ...........
Question by kishan bharadwaj | last reply
Dos any one know how to make a hydrogen fuel cell work ? I have a small Hydrogen fuel cell for a toy car that came with it but it dos not work no matter what i do.
Question by dciocoiu | last reply
If i freeze hydrogen to -253 drgree (liquid state), will it occupy less space when it is in its earth natural state (Gas)?
Question by jamesc4 | last reply
If i fill a empty fire extinguisher full of oxygen or hydrogen will it maintain the elements together? Or can i do this using house hold materials (for example: a water bottle to store them, a metal container)?
Question by jamesc4 | last reply