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Dec 04

Water-Fuel Converters Project

Posted in Energy Inventions | Future Technology

Water FuelThe Water/Fuel Converters Project is specifically designed to clarify how hydrogen based fuels can be used to enhance carbon based fuels. The purpose is to educate the general public about the simplicity of on-demand electrolysis technology and the ease of integration into already existing infrastructure. A main aspect of the project is to provide free information whereas other website attempt to capitalize on the situation. By presenting free information the general public now has the best possibility to become informed about how the near future of the energy industry will evolve.

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The concept of fuel enhancement is a topic of great interest to the general public, small business, and large corporate entities. Its popularity is growing quickly and clear, accurate information is a requirement for factual information to begin dissemination. The Water/Fuel Converters Project is leading the way in presenting the simple facts of a technology obscurely addressed by mainstream media.

The Water/Fuel Converters Project is the world’s premier electrolysis initiative designed to clarify how hydrogen based fuels such as Brown’s Gas, Rhodes Gas, Oxy-Hydrogen, or HHO can be utilized to enhance carbon fuel combustion. The task of carbon fuel substitution is arduous therefore to help minimize difficulty, the concept of fuel enhancement can be utilized to delay the need for complete replacement. Because the concept of carbon fuel enhancement is consistent with the inevitable need for substitution, it is highly likely that it will be established as a bridge between what is and what will be. By consuming carbon fuels more efficiently, the entire logistics and economics of the immediate future can be adjusted accordingly, thus providing necessary breathing room to relieve the strain on infrastructure during an unprecedented transition to alternative fuels.

Noah Seidman: Currently I am a senior at Hofstra University on Long Island in NY State (USA). I became involved with this technology because it involves my future. I have a unique comprehension of the technology, which makes me the perfect candidate to create such a project. The Water/Fuel Converters Project is continuously growing as my understanding of the technology ever increases. I continue to conduct research experiments, as time permits, but my primary focus at this time is to better my website; I spend a lot of time on the website to provide the best and most accurate information possible! If anyone wished to contact me for any reason, questions, comments, or suggestions there is contact information on my company website posted below.

» Author: Noah Seidman
» Reference: The Water/Fuel Converters Project

  • John Kay

    Hi,
    I am trying to understand your technology from simple energetics. I am a physicist, and to me the first and most fundamental principle behind any fuel is conservation of energy. Gasoline has the fuel energy bound in the chemical structure of hydrocarbons which is rleased by combustion. If your fuel cell starts with water, adds electricity and ends up with water and net energy output, then the water can serve at best as a catalyst, and the energy must come exclusively from the electricity. No slight of hand about intermediate states can get around this fundamental energy conservation. What other source of energy do you have?
    Regards,
    John Kay

  • http://www.waterfuelconverters.com Noah Seidman

    Water injection allows for substantially leaner air fuel mixtures. The water cools the hotter temperature of the lean mixture, turning typically wasted heat into the expansion of the water into vapor. The addition of hydrogen and oxygen achieves the exact same effect as water injection, but it also contributes a quantity of energy. The net result of adding Brown’s Gas to the air/fuel mix, the the ability to utilize substantially lean air/fuel mixes. There are several results of a substantially lean air/fuel mix; a double digit percentage decrease in the amount of fuel injected into the cylinders, and the over increase in combustion efficiency.

  • bob duemler

    Question: does process use all the water in the can or do you have something leftover after getting the HHO out of it? If there’s anything left what is it ? Bob D.

  • Edward Guerrero

    Noah, is it a correct to say: “The increase in fuel mileage does not come from the energy of burning the HHO, it comes from increased efficiency in the gasoline combustion. The improved gasoline combustion is a result of HHO rather then just normal ambient air being injected into the cylinder.”

    I am not a chemist so I am willing to accept the fact that the HHO “unlocks” more energy from the gasoline that just ambient air. It would be nice to see some article or paper that explains this aspect further.

  • Toriana

    Wow! this website is very useful! I’m doing a science paper and of course my teacher didn’t tell us none of the information was in the book, so when i typed in what i needed and this came up I was very thankful. And just to let you know I ended up giving it to my teacher through email and she just emailed back and I got a 100% on it. So another huge THANK YOU!! is coming your way.
    Yours Truly,
    Toriana


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