Salamz…

The first blog about this topic makes a lot of reply at my gtalk and YM. So far a lot of my friend show interested on my finding. But as Mr Zahairin (gtalk from Asgabat, Turkmenistan) said, “But bro, the customer, car owner/driver, does not want to be bothered by the chemical process, they just wants to pump hydrogen fuel into the car and start the engine….just like petrol”. Thanks Mr Zahairin, but this blog mostly shows the DIY of the invention. May I continue?.. hehehehe

Firstly, I wanted to explain that this invention purely based on chemical process as below equation.

3Fe + 4H2O —> Fe3O4 + 4H2
Where;
Fe = Ferum (Iron)
H2O = Di-Hydrogen Oxide (Water)
Fe3O4 = Ferum Magnetite
H2 = Hydrogen

But with a constrain as below;
a) The Ferum (Iron) must be in temperature of between 260°C to 1000°C.
b) The Water must be in vapor or gas state.

The most heated part in car engine will be at the engine exhaust output or the manifold. So, the heated Ferum (or the heated Iron) must be place at the beginning of the exhaust pipe (the manifold). By modifying the speed of the exhaust air inside the manifold by tighten the air flows, we can increase the output temperature to staggering 700°C.

The heated Ferum will be turn to red and then a stream flow of water vapor/water gas will be touching the surface of the heated Ferum (Iron). As the chemical process occur between this two surface, an abundant of hydrogen were release and this hydrogen connected to the air intake of the engine for fuel. The process will create Ferum Magnetite (Fe3O4) as waste (but this process can be reverse/recycle back with carbon to get the pure Ferum).

So, the important engineering process of this invention will be in three question which is;
a) How to create a heated Ferum (up to 300°C and above) with exhaust manifold?
b) How to create water vapor (gas state) without using any heat?
c) How to control the production of hydrogen as it will control the engine speed?

To answer this three question… We will discuss in the next part of this blog.

Wallahualam…

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