CARBON EMISSION CONTROL/FUEL SAVER GADGET
The gadget focus on the control of carbon emission of all engines using diesel, gasoline, bio-diesel, steam engine fuels, and liquefied petroleum gas. It likewise reduces the excessive thermal decomposition of engine fuel during engine combustion. Thus, the main purpose of the gadget is to prevent and control environmental pollution. This produces a highly combustible gas called hydrocarbon which improves the combustion, thus eliminating the presence of black carbon gas emission to the atmosphere. Moreover, it is also a fuel saver.
This gadget produces a clean, clear hydrocarbon which is very combustible in nature. This gadget is powered by a 12 or 24 volt car battery. Hydrocarbon derived from this gadget is directly fed to the engine at the intake manifold via a 1/16”ɸ vacuum hose. This hydrocarbon which is highly combustible enters into the combustion chamber during suction stroke of the piston with inlet valve open, and filling of air in the cylinder. During compression stroke of the cycle, with inlet valve closed, simultaneously exhaust valve closes at the event of compression, and with the presence of gas, a highly combustible hydrocarbon in the chamber creates a perfect combustion, thus eliminating the unburned fuel. Exhaust gas in the engine chamber after combustion process produces a clear gas without black smoke.
Highly combustible gas being produced from this gadget belongs to a family of engine fuels as hydrocarbon in nature. Nowadays, hydrocarbon is utilized by all engines like diesel, gasoline, LPG, bunker fuel, steam engine gas, and all other engines. In other words, this highly combustible gas produced which is introduced to the engine combustion chamber is more than and equivalent fuel that can produce engine power with very small volume.
Characteristics of Highly Combustible Gas
Atomic Weight 1.008 Specific Heat 6.0181 Boils 423 °F Solubility soluble in H2O and acid
Thermal Conductivity (λ)
25 None O°C 0.160 20°C 0.150 Prandtl Number (Pr) °C Temp. Pr
25 0.67 O°C 0.67 20°C 0.67 100°C 0.67 200°C 0.67 400°C 0.67 Others Density (ρ) 0.09 kg./cu. m Melting Pt.°C -259.2 °C Boiling Pt. °C -252.8 °C Thermal Conductivity -0.171 w/mk Specific Heat: cp – 14.05 kJ/kgkcv – 9.934 kJ/kgk 1 w/(mk) = 0.8598 kcal/(hmk) 1k/(kgk) = 0.2388 kcal/(kgk) Other advantages taken into consideration, this gas is a highly combustible gas fuel which will improve the engine combustion in the engine cylinder performance. Moreover, it eliminates the following toxic carbon emission in producing engine power. 1. Controls carbon emission in the atmosphere which contributes to a global pollution affecting our global climate change. 1.1 Excessive thermal decomposition of fuel inside the combustion chamber resulting to a toxic pollutant; 1.2 Excessive black smoke gas emission to the environment; 1.3 Reduces a tremendous economic loss due to improvement of fuel heating value thus leaving no unburned fuel; 1.4 Lessens environmental nuisance; and 1.5 Restoration on deadly effects on vegetation. Fuel Saver The underlying ramification result of fuel saving gives a favorable fuel increase of about forty percent (40%) for every kilometer run. A ratio of fuel saving from 1:8 to 1:18 or 1 liter of fuel to 8 kilometers to 1 liter of fuel to 18 kilometers or 0.05/0.125, or 40% fuel increase per 1 kilometer travel distance is achieved. Bad Effects of Smoke Due to Incomplete Combustion The discharge of smoke to the atmosphere is an unnecessary evil. The effects of smoke may be considered under bonus category Effect on Health Financial cost due to incomplete combustion, deleterious effect on plant growth and beginning of _________. Effect on Standard of Living Nuisance des of the respiratory tract and smoke density Less Heatful, Smoke-free Air Deadly effect on vegetation