Ezz El Din El Masry

Studying Clinical Pharmacy at MIU,

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Running an engine by using water.

Taking water and splitting it ionic by electrolysis and then pressurizing it to become highly compressed liquid hydrogen and oxygen thin entering the combustion chamber by injectors and adding next to the spark plugs a thermostats would help in the combustion process when reaching maximum compression the spark plugs and thermostats fire combining the hydrogen and oxygen together giving water vapor in the all aluminum alloy with STP the pistons will move after the explosion and the vapor will be transported to a condenser then it will transform into liquid water then taken to the tank.

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    Jul 10 2012: also concerning energy there is MIT's new energy scavenger that harvests energy from heat, vibrations and the sun as well
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    Jul 9 2012: well i think the problem of the energy loss can be substituted by solar energy and maybe we can let go of the idea of cylinder engines and start using rotary engines its much better in performance and efficiency
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      Jul 9 2012: so your business plan is to buy 100$ worth of materials, your product for $80, and work at night to earn $20 to make up for the loss?
  • Jul 7 2012: Why not just take it for a walk?

    Some years ago, actually, when I was a young boy, many, many years ago, there were stories about a gentleman who had done just this. Rumor had it that his invention was either bought or stolen and then locked away. One could imagine why with the money to be made in gas power. Water was everywhere and available and most importantly, free.

    We can't have something without a profit now, can we? Money. We must get rid of it, but alas, it's going to collapse worldwide very soon now. The capitalistic, rip-off system is running out of gas.
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    Jun 20 2012: I really like the idea. But I believe the internal combustion engine, no matter what type of fuel it uses, is and outdated concept. A lot of energy is lost through mechanical resistance.
  • Jun 18 2012: It is very possible !!

    That's why my son wears a T-shirt that says: MY CANOE RUNS ON WATER! :)
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    Jun 18 2012: I think the biggest problem here is that both reactions aren't 100% efficient. Energy is lost as heat at the electrolysis stage and again when it is combusted to move the engine. Compressing the gas also requires energy, further reducing the energy conversion efficiency.

    This means there has to be an external energy source in the system, maybe solar energy or something. But even then the hydrogen would be used up faster then the water can be cracked.

    But I'm no expert though.
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    Jun 15 2012: well there must be a way to get more power form the hydrogen and oxygen reaction and to reduce the power used in braking down the water i mean trial and error always gives us better results
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    Jun 15 2012: Hi Ezz

    The usual problem is that the power used to crack the water is about as much as you get from the hydrogen.