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Monday, 9 June 2014



  The main objective of the system is to reduce the use of non-renewable resources by using the easily available resource WATER. This is done by separating the water (H2 O) into hydrogen and oxygen through the process called electrolysis. The separated hydrogen trapped from the electrolysis kit to the engine and then it is combusted. Through this system, the pollution can be reduced highly as the exhaust of this system is only water vapour. The easy availability of fuel reduces the scarcity of fuel and the low cost of fuel makes it  easy and comfortable to use.
                                    The hydrogen and oxygen is separated by passing current through the electrodes, then it is stored in a small gas tank and then it is sent to the engine.

                                    Due to this usage , nonrenewable resources usage  can be decreased hugely and it can be saved for the future world.  
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In the present world, automotive industries uses different types of fuels to run the engines. Some are Petrol, Diesel, Ethanol, Liquefied Petroleum Gas LPG, Compressed Natural Gas CNG,etc, and even electrical energy are also used to propel the vehicles. The availability of these fuels,price hike and pollution of these fuels is becoming a major problem worldwide.
To eliminate all these facts an idea of using water as a fuel for engine is proposed. This is done by splitting up of hydrogen and oxygen from the water and using hydrogen as a main fuel for the combustion process because hydrogen is a burnable gas or exploidable gas.
  In this, hydrogen is separated from water through a process known as electrolysis. In the electrolysis hydrogen is separated from water by passing current to the water through electrodes. The hydrogen is trapped separately from the electrolysis kit and mixed with air for better calorific value. This mixed hydrogen and air is sent to the engine and the combustion is made. The exhaust produced will be a water vapor and this helps to minimize pollution.

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