(06-06-2014 07:45 AM)mike Wrote: This sounds very interesting indeed. Please keep us posted on the results.
I would like to present our innovation for stationary engines, (gensets) and on-highway vehicles which has just undergone the drive cycle test for fuel economy at the Vehicle Research Test Laboratory(VRTL), College of Engineering, UP. A drive cycle is the only test that is accepted by governments of the world as proof that a particular car has the emissions and fuel consumption that the maker claims. There are three standards; the US EPA, European and Japanese drive cycles.
Test result data indicate that the device/s could be installed on gensets of conventional design. For particulars about our invention, please see:nuvisys.blogspot.com. Better combustion mean fuel savings and cleaner emissions.
This invention is our humble contribution for a cleaner environment.
I would like to know your assessment of the said fuel-saving device/s. This tests is similar to the drive cycle test by EPA (FTP-for emissions and HFET-for fuel economy).
(Due to space limitations and different type of files which we couldn't upload on this site, please read the pertinent docs on our blog: nuvisys.blogspot.com or 'ionic combustion technology' We're sorry for the inconvenience.) If you want to receive the docs via email:email@example.com Thank you