~Russ's chalk board

~Russ

~Russ's chalk board
« on January 10th, 2012, 03:25 AM »Last edited on January 10th, 2012, 03:37 AM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
hello everyone, so like freethisone, im starting a chalkboard...  (good idea freethisone)
any one is welcome to comment or post here but these are just some thoughts that i need to wright down and they are important to read... so read them and comment... i will update my posts so don't be surprised to see changes as i get more clues/thoughts...

ps. there will be typos... you can laugh at them... :) lol this is my chalkboard... haha

Jan,10,2012

engineering approach...


SM 4 gasses/items going in to the engine,  (from interview of him in the driveway)

1. hydroxy gas (manufactured under high voltage no amperage in the form of parsley ionizing of the gases/water in the process) ( non processed Natural water)

2. Ionized ambient air ( using the gas possessor)

3. recycled exhaust gasses ( cooled using a small  tube style heat exchanger) (ran in to the intake) (controlled with a proportional valve)

4. ambient air (using a butterfly valve going on to the intake)

Ambient air and recycled exhaust gasses going in to the intake with butterfly valve as throttle control.

the ionized gases and hydroxy gas is going in to the injector block you see in the new videos of him and his brother. (? in actual  intake of ionized gases... )

the exhaust gasses (non combustible gas) slow down the recombining of the hydrogen and oxygen by being "in the way" during the combustion process.


engineering approach...


from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Systems_engineering
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The traditional scope of engineering embraces the design, development, production and operation of physical systems, and systems engineering, as originally conceived, falls within this scope. "Systems engineering", in this sense of the term, refers to the distinctive set of concepts, methodologies, organizational structures (and so on) that have been developed to meet the challenges of engineering functional physical systems of unprecedented complexity. The Apollo program is a leading example of a systems engineering project.
what dose this mean? this means that there is a bunch of extra stuff here that is for engineering... so this is not the final product!!!!!!!



aaahhhhhhh! so many thoughts so little time...

~Russ

waqas148

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #1, on January 12th, 2012, 12:31 AM »Last edited on January 19th, 2012, 01:38 AM by waqas148
hi Russ!!!
I recently tested exhaust gas re circulation in my car's air in take with the Compressed Natural Gas as the fuel source
and by just doing that i got a fuel mileage of 287km/cylinder of NG... before that it was 180km/cylinder max (mileage tested on highway)....
thats about
62.71% gain to previous and about 31.35% overall gain.
Acceleration of the car was a bit low than previous but top speed was the same i-e 100km/hr

I think its a proof of concept that exhaust gas mixing does infact reduce burn rate and increases the fuel volume propotionally.

Cheers!!!! ;)





~Russ

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #2, on January 12th, 2012, 01:18 AM »
Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 12:31 AM
hi Russ!!!
I recently tested exhaust gas re circulation in my car's air in take with the Compressed Natural Gas as the fuel source
and by just doing that i got a fuel mileage of 287km/kg of NG... before that it was 180km/kg max (mileage tested on highway)....
thats about
62.71% gain to previous and about 31.35% overall gain.
Acceleration of the car was a bit low than previous but top speed was the same i-e 100km/hr

I think its a proof of concept that exhaust gas mixing does infact reduce burn rate and increases the fuel volume propotionally.

Cheers!!!! ;)
fantastic!!!! now whats the volume percent you were introducing????  20% exhaust gases is what i got told was about max for most application as anything past that will be too much and quench the flame... nice post thanks for the info and cool confirm of consent! blessings! ~Russ

waqas148

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #3, on January 12th, 2012, 05:50 AM »
[/quote]fantastic!!!! now whats the volume percent you were introducing????  20% exhaust gases is what i got told was about max for most application as anything past that will be too much and quench the flame... nice post thanks for the info and cool confirm of consent! blessings! ~Russ[/quote]Thanx Russ!!!
 my car is 0.8L and i used a 1 inch pipe directly from exhaust to the air intake... but the amount of fuel entering the intake manifold is through a 4inch pipe assembly so i think the exhaust is almost 25% to 30% of the fuel ;) i am really excited about this phenomenon ;)
From existing setup and car's acceleration i think there is more room for exhaust mixing... my next step is to use a 1.5inch diameter of pipe for the exhaust :)
cheers!!!

~Russ

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #4, on January 12th, 2012, 06:55 AM »
Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 05:50 AM
Quote
fantastic!!!! now whats the volume percent you were introducing????  20% exhaust gases is what i got told was about max for most application as anything past that will be too much and quench the flame... nice post thanks for the info and cool confirm of consent! blessings! ~Russ
Thanx Russ!!!
 my car is 0.8L and i used a 1 inch pipe directly from exhaust to the air intake... but the amount of fuel entering the intake manifold is through a 4inch pipe assembly so i think the exhaust is almost 25% to 30% of the fuel ;) i am really excited about this phenomenon ;)
From existing setup and car's acceleration i think there is more room for exhaust mixing... my next step is to use a 1.5inch diameter of pipe for the exhaust :)
cheers!!!
So you mean to tell me you have no regulator on the exhaust gases? And you're also not regulating the exhaust gas versus RPM of the engine?  If you don't mind. Post some pictures of what you have done. It will be really good as back up so others can follow the same suit. Anyway that's fantastic. Great to hear that. Thanks for sharing. God bless! ~Russ

waqas148

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #5, on January 19th, 2012, 01:33 AM »Last edited on January 19th, 2012, 01:43 AM by waqas148
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on January 12th, 2012, 06:55 AM
Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 05:50 AM
Quote
fantastic!!!! now whats the volume percent you were introducing????  20% exhaust gases is what i got told was about max for most application as anything past that will be too much and quench the flame... nice post thanks for the info and cool confirm of consent! blessings! ~Russ
Thanx Russ!!!
 my car is 0.8L and i used a 1 inch pipe directly from exhaust to the air intake... but the amount of fuel entering the intake manifold is through a 4inch pipe assembly so i think the exhaust is almost 25% to 30% of the fuel ;) i am really excited about this phenomenon ;)
From existing setup and car's acceleration i think there is more room for exhaust mixing... my next step is to use a 1.5inch diameter of pipe for the exhaust :)
cheers!!!
So you mean to tell me you have no regulator on the exhaust gases? And you're also not regulating the exhaust gas versus RPM of the engine?  If you don't mind. Post some pictures of what you have done. It will be really good as back up so others can follow the same suit. Anyway that's fantastic. Great to hear that. Thanks for sharing. God bless! ~Russ
Sorry for late reply but here are some pictures of what i have done .... cheers :)

Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 12:31 AM
hi Russ!!!
I recently tested exhaust gas re circulation in my car's air in take with the Compressed Natural Gas as the fuel source
and by just doing that i got a fuel mileage of 287km/cylinder of NG... before that it was 180km/cylinder max (mileage tested on highway)....
thats about
62.71% gain to previous and about 31.35% overall gain.
Acceleration of the car was a bit low than previous but top speed was the same i-e 100km/hr

I think its a proof of concept that exhaust gas mixing does infact reduce burn rate and increases the fuel volume propotionally.

Cheers!!!! ;)
sorry i had typo in my this post so I edited it to 287km/cylinder of NG and 180km/cylinder of NG .... and my cylinder can have upto max 6kg of Compressed Natural Gas per filling ;) .... the gain is same i-e 62.71% after exhaust mixing ;)

~Russ

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #6, on January 19th, 2012, 03:27 AM »Last edited on January 19th, 2012, 03:29 AM by ~Russ/Rwg42985
Quote from waqas148 on January 19th, 2012, 01:33 AM
Quote from ~Russ/Rwg42985 on January 12th, 2012, 06:55 AM
Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 05:50 AM
Quote
fantastic!!!! now whats the volume percent you were introducing????  20% exhaust gases is what i got told was about max for most application as anything past that will be too much and quench the flame... nice post thanks for the info and cool confirm of consent! blessings! ~Russ
Thanx Russ!!!
 my car is 0.8L and i used a 1 inch pipe directly from exhaust to the air intake... but the amount of fuel entering the intake manifold is through a 4inch pipe assembly so i think the exhaust is almost 25% to 30% of the fuel ;) i am really excited about this phenomenon ;)
From existing setup and car's acceleration i think there is more room for exhaust mixing... my next step is to use a 1.5inch diameter of pipe for the exhaust :)
cheers!!!
So you mean to tell me you have no regulator on the exhaust gases? And you're also not regulating the exhaust gas versus RPM of the engine?  If you don't mind. Post some pictures of what you have done. It will be really good as back up so others can follow the same suit. Anyway that's fantastic. Great to hear that. Thanks for sharing. God bless! ~Russ
Sorry for late reply but here are some pictures of what i have done .... cheers :)

Quote from waqas148 on January 12th, 2012, 12:31 AM
hi Russ!!!
I recently tested exhaust gas re circulation in my car's air in take with the Compressed Natural Gas as the fuel source
and by just doing that i got a fuel mileage of 287km/cylinder of NG... before that it was 180km/cylinder max (mileage tested on highway)....
thats about
62.71% gain to previous and about 31.35% overall gain.
Acceleration of the car was a bit low than previous but top speed was the same i-e 100km/hr

I think its a proof of concept that exhaust gas mixing does infact reduce burn rate and increases the fuel volume propotionally.

Cheers!!!! ;)
sorry i had typo in my this post so I edited it to 287km/cylinder of NG and 180km/cylinder of NG .... and my cylinder can have upto max 6kg of Compressed Natural Gas per filling ;) .... the gain is same i-e 62.71% after exhaust mixing ;)
nice work and good photos!!!

can you start a new thread and post your work there? i think others will be fallowing suet!

maybe " save on fuel cost by recycling exhaust in to intake" or something???

cool stuff man!!!! i like the cooling copper pipe.. :)

fun times!!! ~Russ

Mechanic

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #8, on January 24th, 2012, 02:27 AM »
Hi Russ,

Thanx, now this i love...:heart: getting everyone together on one page to free our minds and not running all over the place "that much" anymore.:huh: About the "CORONA", it's not available in S.A. Can ULTIMEG 2020 N work for me or do you mabe have another sellution...:exclamation: also i don't want to waste your time here... check my seat there's plenty of questions if your'e able to help...:rolleyes:

Thanx for all the knowledge so far and be BLESSED too...:angel:

KevinW_EnhancedLiving

RE: ~Russ's chalk board
« Reply #9, on January 24th, 2012, 09:06 PM »Last edited on January 27th, 2012, 07:06 AM by KevinW_EnhancedLiving