Breaking Water into Simpler Forms
So how is it possible to use water fuel as an alternate source of vehicle fuel? First and foremost, one should understand the composition and capacity of one of nature’s vast resources. Water can be broken down into simpler forms. It has a chemical build up of H20. For every water compound, there are two hydrogen molecules that are chemically bonded with one oxygen molecule. LS swap motor mounts
When separated, the two elements that compose water are both capable of vast amounts of energy. Hydrogen is a highly flammable gas, and oxygen is also capable of combustion. But in water form it can’t be set on fire. So the chemical bond should be broken using electrolysis in an HHO generator. Through this method, water molecules are separated to their basic forms and create a gas called oxyhydrogen. This gas can be brought to combustion at 570 degrees Celsius or 1,065 degrees Fahrenheit. When such temperature are reached in the ignition of the car, the gas becomes flammable.
Using Water in Cars as Fuel
Running a car on oxyhydrogen requires vast amounts of water that can fill up the whole car. The key solution to this dilemma is to use normal fuel and supplement it with oxyhydrogen from water. One part of water will be used for every part of fuel. By doing so, there would be great savings from buying gas because the combustible gas from water extends the car’s running distance. Water would thus aid gas for better fuel consumption and not as a replacement for gasoline to run a car on water.