HYDRO CELL FOR ALL ENGINE TYPES
Water gas is a synthesis gas, which contains hydrogen mixed with conbon monoxide. While useful, this gas must be handled with care, because of the carbon monoxide poisoning risk.
Water gas is produced by pouring steam over scolding-hot coke (C + H20 > CO + H2). The coke needs to be continually re-heated to maintain the reation. This is primarily done by alternating the air stream with the flow of the steam.
The calorific value of water gas can be boosted by pulling the gas through a heated canal where oil is sprayed, resulting into carburetted water gas. Pure hydrogen can be produced from water gas by the method of water gas shift reaction.