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Originally posted by autowrench
With my current setup, tow reactors, regulated at 40 Amps per, lost no perceptible water content, and was still producing quite nicely the next morning when I checks them, as I do before ever trip. The water doesn't just go away, and the gas expands a lot. The bubbles are pure HHO, they go into a bubbler, and fro there are sucked into the air stream. I suppose on a really long trip one would lose a little water. I am thinking of adding a small vacuum line to an inlet port for gas production at idle, and of adding SS plates to my bolts for more production. You should really build one and see it work for yourself. Just don't light a match around it.
1 liter of water contains (approx) 55.56 moles of water, so 111.11 moles of hydrogen.
V = 111.11 * 0.08205784 * 295 / 1
Gives 2689.7 liters of hydrogen.
On the other hand, an internal combustion engine stores its energy in the form of gasoline—and gas packs a 33 kilowatt-hour punch in every gallon.
Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
You ask why can't water be used as a fuel, because major oil companies and investors won't be making money. That's why. There are many possibilities, but oil makes more money.
Originally posted by chris17453
The gas company wanted to equip every home with a gas fuel cell for home power. That didn't happen either.