OT: HHO (Browns Gas) Conversion For Your Car

Michael Torrie torriem at gmail.com
Wed Jun 11 16:10:00 MDT 2008


Dennis Muhlestein wrote:
> I think if you get any benefit from using the water injection stuff
> going around it would be because the hydrolysis is using "Wasted"
> alternator power.  i.e., the alternator is sitting there running so
> why not draw some current from it.   Lets say that this process can
> work but there is some additional usage on gas to do it.  The question
> is then, does the injection of the HHO (Oxyhydrogen, I looked that up)
> cause an increase in efficiency of the engine that offsets the energy
> required to generate it?  I don't know.  I think the claims of getting
> 40% more miles per gallon are probably not true though.  Whomever is
> going to test this out,  please do report back!  I'm guessing if it
> really does work we'd have heard much more about it before.  The
> technology has been around for years and years and it's really just
> being re-hashed lately.

I think on a big rig, 10% increase in mileage is typical with hydrogen
injection (generated on-board with electrolysis).  This may not seem
like a lot, but for truckers, this is *huge*.  I'll try to track down
more info on this.

Anything more than 10% I'd be highly skeptical of, myself.





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