From: News on 23 Jun 2008 07:35
<janpajak(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
On Jun 18, 7:14 pm, Je�us <n...(a)all.org> wrote:
> Yeah... about a whopping 20% 'efficient'.
> I think your search engine research doctorate in everything has failed
> you this time.
Thank you for the only constructive voice in this flood of spitting
that my thread received so-far. I am really shock.
In the old days before computers became "personal" and now everyone has
their own laptop, these groups were great places with intelligent academic
types using them exchanging views and debating. How times change - now it
is defend your corner at all costs.
From: Eeyore on 23 Jun 2008 09:33
> If this hydrogen burning car is true,
The sign me up to the tooth-fairy.
From: Eeyore on 23 Jun 2008 09:50
> "Bret Cahill" <BretCahill(a)aol.com> wrote
> >> A gasoline ICE is about 30% efficient,
> > A new perfectly tuned gas engine.
> Running at a constant speed in the most efficient conditions. 20% is about
> right for overall use.
Very low for a modern one. But 30% is far too high.
From: Eeyore on 23 Jun 2008 10:02
> <janpajak(a)gmail.com> wrote
> Eeyore wrote:
> > It was proved nonsense over 100 years ago.
> > Stop trying to reinvent the square wheel you clot.
> > It's a technological dead-end and this stupid thread was fuelled by an
> > incompetently presented news report of
> > ZERO value.
> Well my boy, progress depends on having another look at old ideas
NO IT DOES NOT.
You can dig up your own old dog turds.
From: News on 23 Jun 2008 09:59
"Sylvia Else" <sylvia(a)not.at.this.address> wrote in message
> News wrote:
>> <janpajak(a)gmail.com> wrote in message
>> On Jun 19, 12:44 am, BobG <bobgard...(a)aol.com> wrote:
>>> Assuming the dissociator is working, why throw out the O2? Seems like
>>> that would make the mixture burn hotter, there more more compression,
>>> therefore more spark advance before tdc (retard?) there for more
>>> efficiency, therefor more miles per gallon? Call the newscrew back.
>>> They might get to .5 liter per kilometer.
>> The adding of just hydrogen to the petrol-air mixture is safe. Means
>> it does NOT endanger the car with uncontrolled fire due to pure oxygen
>> supply. Therefore such a technical solution is easy to make and safe.
>> It also can be completed by just two young hobbyists.
>> Having a cogen (CHP) generator in the back garden, tapping off the heat
>> for heating and DHW is clearly viable if this is all true. Then no high
>> home energy bills. These then could be produced en-mass with reversible
>> meters and they could feed the grid requiring no more power stations.
>> They could be CHP Stirling units in nice boiler looking cases on walls in
> Great if it's heating that you want. A real downer if it's air
An a/c absorption system will do.