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installation techniques , hydrogen fuel system products and kits by Gavan Knox and University colleagues – hydrogenfuelsystems pty ltd
|1. Available HFS systems for your vehicle (chart)||2. Image Gallery||3. Video Gallery||4. Hydrogen fuel savings spreadsheet|
|6. HHO generators what are they and what should I buy||7. Power-point About company hydrogen fuel systems||8. Older vehicles using HHO does it work|
|9.||10. Hydrogen and shipping engine||11. Sensor effects and percentages||12. Frequency MAF/ Map sensor installation instructions|
|13. Electronic fuel enhancer details general||14. System Installation instructions for diesel trucking or petrol car||15. Electronic fuel enhancer tuning (diesel, petrol, LPG, gasoline)||16. Electronic fuel enhancer module installation instructions — for diesel engines – 12 volt only|
|17 . Schematic diagram Two Gen 20 systems in a trucking situation||18. Twin Gen 20 systems Kenworth trucks configuration||19. Combustion characteristics of diesel- hydrogen Dual fuel engine||20. Servicing the HHO Hydrogen-booster system|
|21. Electronic Fuel enhancer module instructions Narrow Band O2 sensor — pre 2006 – petrol||22. Electronic Fuel enhancer module Wide band O2 sensor – post 2005 – petrol||23. Electronic Fuel enhancer Modified Tuning – Wideband – Petrol||24 Electronic fuel enhancer module wiring diagram petrol|
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|Study Conclusions of Using Hydrogen in Dual Fuel|
|1-This investigation establishes that hydrogen can be utilized in compression ignition engines operating them on dual-fuel principle.|
|2-THis improves thermal efficiency, makes the engine run with very lean equivalence ratios, and very low engine emissions.|
|3-This results in lower exhaust gas temperatures and longer life of components such as exhaust valves.|
|4-Increasing hydrogen volumetric fractions accompanied with injection timing retarding, Further increase in HVF causes knock to appear. OIT must be retarded sharply, which reduce the bp resulted from engine.|
|5-Knocking in the engine limits the proportion of energy input that can be supplied through hydrogen. The occurrence of knock in this type of hydrogen addition operation is due to hydrogen rapid rate of pressure rise and flaming particle that is left behind due to bad engine scavenging.|
|6-When engine was run with hydrogen addition, bp was improved. The effect of hydrogen addition on the power enhancement was not quantitatively but qualitatively by the means of combustion improvement|
Extra information files ( diesel and petrol)
|a. The Truth About Mileage Gains||b. HHO and your Carburettor Vehicle||c. Learn about Sensor Effects and Percentages|
|c. How To Gain Success From Your HHO System Part One – narrow or wide band oxygen sensor petrol vehicles||d. How To Gain Success From Your HHO System Part Two – narrow or wide band oxygen sensor petrol vehicles||e. How To Gain Success From Your HHO System Part Three – narrow or wide band oxygen sensor petrol vehicles|
|f. Diesel HHO Applications– General information|
|3. Older Vehicles and HHO. If you have an older vehicle made before 1996 please refer to this document to learn more about OLDER VEHICLES AND HHO|
|4. COMBUSTION CHARACTERISTICS OF A DIESEL-HYDROGEN DUAL FUEL ENGINE
How Hydrogen “WORKS” does and its Misconceptions —click here
The future of Hydrogen Technology in Australia— click here
|5. Can Hydrogen Injection save the diesel engine – link to blog dated 18th june 2017|
|6. Twin Hydrogen Booster systems as installed on C16 powered Kenworth trucks – Coogee Chemicals ( Australia)||7. Selection of electrolyte for hydrogen production|
One of the main worries in any electrolysis is the corrosion of the electrodes and Production of iron oxide on the bottom of the electrolysis enclosure. In the production of Hydrogen gas an dilute alkali solution of sodium hydroxide or potassium hydroxide is used.
Many suggest Using acids with a high hydrogen ion concentration to produce more hydrogen gas.
Acids immediately leads to corrosion / oxidation and destruction of the electrodes.
An alkali Solution will preventing corrosion of the electrodes. However strong alkali solution are very toxic and need strong seals to prevent gas and electrolyte loss.
Some Suggest using ammonia or ammonium hydroxide (a weak alkali) solutions to increase the gas. Ammonium Hydroxie has twice the ratio of Hydrogen per molecule of ammonia (NH4) compared to water (H2O). The generation of hydrogen is not from the hydrogen ions , but rather from the Hydroxide ions (OH) .
Initially Ammonium hydroxide uses the hydroxide ions for hydrogen gas production. This releases ammonium ions into the solution which hydrolyze to release a low concentration of hydrogen ions that can lead to corrosion . The selection of the alkali to use in an electrolysis reaction is essential to stop corrosion.
Do not mix electrolytes unless you know exactly what your expect to happen . Don’t Just Guess … Guessing can destroy electrodes.
Don’t use ammonia solutions and above all avoid acids. Some “Bright individuals “ have suggested using salt water or tap water in their electrolysis reactions
NO NO NO…. Chlorine from salt water and Fluorine from tap water will not generate Hydrogen gas. Salt Water will provide an alternative oxidation pathway for the corrosion of electrodes. Pure distilled water must always be used for electrolysis.
Chlorine in water will setup and alternative oxidation pathway that cant be stopped and will lead to the complete destruction of even Surgical grade stainless steel 316L electrodes.
USE distilled water mixed with potassium hydroxide to produce a dilute alkali solution