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Dennis Klein - Aquygen

Most of us are unhappy about gas prices these days, but Denny Klein just turns on the Hybrid Hydrogen Oxygen System (HHOS) and smiles. With the HHOS Aquygen™ Gas is generated on demand and used as a fuel additive in a standard gasoline or diesel engine. We have applied this breakthrough method in two prototype vehicles—a 1994 Ford Escort Wagon and a 1998 Ford Ranger pickup. The results speak for themselves:

* The current prototype vehicle receives a net increase in horsepower and an average increase of 20 to 30 percent in miles per gallon.
* The HHOS does not affect water or oil temperatures.
* The HHOS can be installed with very little modification to a standard piston engine and so can be retrofitted on nearly any existing automobile.
* Unlike a fuel cell, where hydrogen is stored at a dangerous 10,000 PSI, the HHOS produces Aquygen™ Gas on demand at less than 60 PSI.
* Exhaust contains minimal emissions and no CO2.

Because the HHOS is evolutionary, not revolutionary, it utilizes the time-tested technology of the internal combustion engine and the existing refueling infrastructure. The HHOS could save billions of dollars in redesign and retooling costs compared to fuel cells.

And (of-course) your beloved youtube vid:

And the patent:

have fun kids :-)

How is this any different than "Browns Gas"?

To be exact: HHO is a kind of browns gas. But browns gas is not HHO.

Browns gas is a soup of H2O + H2 + O2 + H + O

The values depend strongly on the electrolysis cell.

The mixture is basically egnited before the electrolysis reaction is finished and the O and H changes into O2 and H2 . So it's partially like attomic arc wellding. As the loose O's and H's take up much more room as the combined O2 and H2 an enourmous implosion takes place after detonation. 1 liter water makes over 1800 liters of browns gas. Because new explosive compounds are created durring the explosion such punch is less complicated to turn into work.

Klein is using a higly efficient setup to make browns gas of a much more specific recepy. Or you could say he only found an above average efficient kind of browns gas.

The blowtorch is definitely interesting how it interacts with metals... but that video kept referring to water as a fuel... Water is not a fuel. The fuel, or source of power for his device - is electricity - which is actually created by using some other fuel via nuclear, coal, or some other standard source. People seem to forget where all that electricity comes from... they seem to take it for granted that "its just there to use, and always will be".

The water fuel wording is of the same kind of logic as your "it will always be". Jules Verne wrote we would power cars with water. You want to argue with that? :-)

Dennis calls this "a very unique electrolysis process". Not quite sure how he expects to run an engine off this by itself... It would require a power source. A car battery is not going to be enough to start the electrolysis, produce enough HHO gas to allow an engine to run and power the vehicle, as well as power the alternator to replenish the batter to complete the cycle - hence, the reason why he runs his car on a "mixture" of this HHO and gasoline.

You are right, normal electrolysis would never be efficent enough to close the loop, the trick is to resonate the water on such frequency it will separate from the voltage rather then the amperage. Say 10 kV maximaly limited in amps. Tuned at 2 to 40 000 hz.

Like searching a radio station.

If you push a swing with the right frequency it wont slow down rather accelerate with each push. There is no way for the swing to stop swinging for as long as you keep pushing.

It can only be worded as: you need to get in the grove with the molecule.:boogie::rasta:

The water is not zero kelvin so you always have huge motion to start with.

Do not forget we are actually burning off a fuel here. It's not perpetual motion, it costs water.
This all sounds very similar to the "MagDrive", which a member of this forum was testing... not sure what happened, or what the results where. But the general theory was that it would actually decrease vehicle economy due to the extra electrical load that the engine would have to cope with. The thought was that IF the process was 100% efficient, you would neither gain or lose anything. In order for your economy to increase, the process would have to produce more power than it consumed.

The dynamo is constantly breaking. So some of the energy from the fuel is used to charge the battery. The battery is then used to make the fuel.

The way I see it is that the joke of it all is that normally the breaking energy is just destroyed in a car. So eventho this break is always on it is wining back energy that would normally be lost. The dynamo does present a bit of extra drag on the vehecle so we can't get or drain huge power out of that.

I could potentially see this type of thing improving engine performance - like a supercharger/turbocharger - but economy will always decline when such devices are used.

Yes, thats why it can only be the resonance.

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