Re: 70% water with 30% gas to run your engines!!!
Ian Webb ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sun, 31 Jan 99 17:37:53 -0700
>What I found so exciting was the two techniques described. One uses
>nickel or another metal exposed to the fuel or the spark to help rupture
>the water molecule, the other uses a surfactant that reduces the surface
>tenstion of both the water and gasoline, allowing them to FREELY
>MIX...now we know gasoline and water DON'T MIX...however using the
>surfactant, it does.
>Once they are mixed, the gasoline is exploded in the cylinder and the
>water is cracked, then the hydrogen and oxygen gases are exploded for
>additional thrust AND a very clean burn of any leftover petroleum
>products. This results in a very clean burning engine with almost no
>It is very exciting. They ran a one cylinder engine that was driving a
>generator to produce a continual 4000 watts of electrical power. That
>engine was running with 70% water!!
Is this at all related to the use (I *think* i've heard of this, please
correct me if i'm wrong) of water in turbine engines to provide more
volume for the exhaust, just injected water to flash into steam and add
to the exhaust volume cheaply..