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electrolysis is to ineffeciant, lets talk thermolysis. (thermo break down)
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electrolysis is to ineffeciant, lets talk thermolysis. (thermo break down)
thermolysis of water is splitting the oxygen and hydrogen using high heat. it takes around 3200c/7000F to split water/steam. In this process once the HHO cools it turns back to water on its own (easy reclaiming for excess gas)

well thats a lot of heat you say? well i have a few ideas.
a plasma cutter makes around 40,000F. plenty. but what did they have before plasma cutters? they had what was called an atomic hydrogen torch. which is a arc with hydrogen or HHO blown across it. which should produce simular heat as a plasma torch. enough heat to produce more hydrogen than is used? i would hope so with those numbers.

another idea is a pulse jet engine running on HHO. combustion of HHO creates over 3000C, so heating coils with steam running through them....


just some ideas i havent had a chance to try

if i remember right i think using a plasma torch for thermolysis to mass produce HHO is already patented.
10-08-2010 07:12 PM
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RE: electrolysis is to ineffeciant, lets talk thermolysis. (thermo break down)
For R&D ideas of that kind I recommend you to post on http://oupower.com/phpBB2/index.php

Let us know how you go.

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