Question : I'M just curious. Is water and gas
technology okay ?
Water converts to hydrogen gas
and then is pumped into the carburetor.
Yes, that's the issue - how to meter
the precise amount of hydrogen into
I believe this is being solved in the
case of the latest generation of direct
injection, common rail engines.
This is what is called 'Brown's Gas'
or H2O2 and most systems sold have
a rather crude system of metering the
gas into the engine and so the results
are quite inconsistent.
The main problem seems to be that
while on one hand the production
of the gas, basically by electrolysis, is
more or less at a constant volume, the
engine requirements vary depending
on load, etc. and so at times there will
be more and at other times less gas.