Evidence found that NASA knows that Supplemental Hydrogen improves Fuel Efficency

Posted in Uncategorized on March 27, 2009 by cyberstokist

Compelling Evidence found that NASA, U.S. Dept. of Transportation, U.S. Patent Office and Detroit, as well as Scientists from around the world, all know and claim that Supplemental Hydrogen improves Fuel Efficency, reduces Harmful Emmissions and allows Leaner Operation of Internal Combustion Engines:
The list below is a partial collection of references regarding supplemental hydrogen, from official publications of NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration), DOT (United States Department of Transportation), USPTO (United States Patent and Trademark Office) as well as other Patent Offices, JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology) and surprisingly, “Detroit” itself (The Society of Automotive Engineers of Troy, MI). Obviously not all documents are saying exactly the same thing, but the overall picture is clear when you look at the collective pointers and you observe where they are pointing.

What to do:
(a) Read these documents,
(b) Copy the references and spread them around, and
(c) If you have any to add, I would like a copy of (or link to) the original publication, please email me
1. NASA: Hydrogen and Gasoline Mix Increases Mileage
2. Department of Transportation: Guidelines For Use Of Hydrogen Fuel In Commercial Vehicles – see page 20 – “Onboard electrolyzers are used with hydrogen injection systems for diesel engines (see Section 3.5). In this case, only a small amount of hydrogen and oxygen are produced to supplement, not replace, the diesel fuel used in the engine. The electricity to operate the electrolyzer is typically supplied by the engine’s alternator or 12/24-VDC electrical system.”
3. Related articles by Hydro Kevin (Kevin Kantola from Redlands, California) Government Says Hydrogen Fuel Injection Is Viable Technology and U. S. DOT Supports Hydrogen Injection – Part 2
4. NASA in their Technical Note Report E-9105 (NASA-TN-D-8487) published May 1, 1977:
• This report is titled “Emissions And Total Energy Consumption Of A Multicylinder Piston Engine Running On Gasoline And A Hydrogen-Gasoline Mixture”, and NASA’s abstract (in their archives today) says: “A multicylinder reciprocating engine was used to extend the efficient lean operating range of gasoline by adding hydrogen. Both bottled hydrogen and hydrogen produced by a research methanol steam reformer were used. These results were compared with results for all gasoline. A high-compression-ratio, displacement production engine was used. Apparent flame speed was used to describe the differences in emissions and performance. Therefore, engine emissions and performance, including apparent flame speed and energy lost to the cooling system and the exhaust gas, were measured over a range of equivalence ratios for each fuel. All emission levels decreased at the leaner conditions. Adding hydrogen significantly increased flame speed over all equivalence ratios.”
• This research focused on using hydrogen as a supplemental fuel to gasoline to a 1969 production engine. The research demonstrated that the higher flame speed of hydrogen was responsible for being able to extend the efficient lean operating range of a gasoline engine:
• “Lean-mixture-ratio combustion in internal-combustion engines has the potential of producing low emissions and higher thermal efficiency for several reasons. First, excess oxygen in the charge further oxidizes unburned hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide. Second, excess oxygen lowers the peak combustion temperatures, which inhibits the formation of oxides of nitrogen. Third, the lower combustion temperatures increase the mixture specific heat ratio by decreasing the net dissociation losses. Fourth, as the specific heat ratio increases, the cycle thermal efficiency also increases, which gives the potential for better fuel economy.”
• “Adding hydrogen to gasoline significantly increased flame speed and allows for a leaner air-fuel ratio. All emissions levels decreased at these leaner conditions….significantly increased flame speed and allows for a leaner air/fuel ratio. All emissions levels decreased at these leaner conditions.”
• “The results were used to explain the advantages of adding hydrogen to gasoline as a method of extending the lean operating range. The minimum-energy-consumption equivalence ratio was extended to leaner conditions by adding hydrogen, although the minimum energy consumption did not change. All emission levels decreased at the leaner conditions. Also, adding hydrogen significantly increased flame speed over all equivalence ratios.”
• The official document may be downloaded from NASA Archives (document ID 19770016170):

Click to access 19770016170_1977016170.pdf

5. The Society of Automotive Engineers of Troy, Michigan (=”Detroit”)
This is a huge organization with over 121,000 members! The list below shows a collection of references found in their official publications of the past 35 years (today it is published online http://www.sae.org/mags/aei/) – from which it is obvious that THEY HAVE KNOWN all about it [source: Google – this info appears on many websites and I couldn’t tell who’s the original compiler]:
• Publication #740187, February 1974: Adding hydrogen to gasoline resulted in significant efficiency improvements due to the extension of the lean operating limit.
• Publication #740600, February 1974: A compact onboard hydrogen generator has been developed for use with a hydrogen-enriched gasoline internal combustion engine.
• Publication #810348, February 1981: Adding hydrogen to gasoline showed a potential for very low pollutant emissions with increased energy efficiency.
• Publication #830897, April 1989: Adding hydrogen to gasoline produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions due to accelerated flame speed and combustion rate.
• Publication #960603, February 1996: Adding hydrogen to gasoline produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions, due to accelerated combustion.
• Publication #2000-01-2206, June 2000: Adding hydrogen to gasoline can reduce exhaust emissions and increase efficiency. A large reduction in nitrogen oxide emissions can be achieved without a catalytic converter due to very lean operation under certain conditions.
• Publication #2002-01-2196, July 2002: Adding hydrogen to gasoline increases the flame speed at all gasoline air/fuel ratios, so engine operation at very lean mixtures is possible.
• Publication #2003-01-0630, March 2003: Adding hydrogen to gasoline extended the lean limit of engine operation, resulting in greater efficiency and reduced emissions, both hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides.
• Publication #2003-32-0011, September 2003: Adding hydrogen to gasoline resulted in improved engine.
• Publication #2004-01-0972, March 2004: Adding hydrogen to gasoline results in lower emissions and a significant increase in engine efficiency.
• Publication #2004-01-1270, March 2004: Adding hydrogen to gasoline produces improvements in engine efficiency and emissions.
• Publication #2004-01-1851, June 2004: Adding hydrogen to gasoline reduced knock due to accelerated fuel burn and shortened combustion period.
• Publication #2005-01-0232, April 2005: Adding hydrogen to gasoline produces lower emissions due to increased flame speed and resultant accelerated fuel burn.
• Publication #2005-01-0251, April 2005: Adding hydrogen to gasoline can extend the lean limits of the air/fuel ratio.
6. Some of the many Registered Patents from the USA, UK and Australia:
• 1918 – This is the oldest hydrogen-on-demand known (to me) patent FOR VEHICLE USE! Note the use of the term “Hydro-Oxygen Generators” used at the beginning of page 2 to describe the entire water-fuel industry. American inventor Charles H. Frazer filed this patent, number 1,262,034 on April 18, 1916 (the final approval was granted by the U.S. Patent Office 2 years later, on April 9, 1918. He described the purpose of the device to be: “In this manner, a very low grade fuel may be used and by properly setting the valves, the proper supply of gases may be added to render the fuel thoroughly combustible.”
• 1930 – Rudolf Erren – Erren engine – GB patent GB364180 – Improvements in and relating to internal combustion engines using a mixture of hydrogen and oxygen as fuel.
• 1939 – Rudolf Erren – Erren engine – US patent 2,183,674 – Internal combustion engine using hydrogen as fuel.
• 1980 – Charles T. Weber – U.S. Patent 4,344,831 “Apparatus for the Generation of Gaseous Fuel”.
• 2005 – Australian Patent AU-2005100722-A4 – granted by the Australian Patent Office to Robert Michael Roberts and Chau Kin Nam. Some relate it to the Joe Cell. In part, it looks similar to the devices shown experimented by Stanley Meyer.
7. Additional Patents:
• There are at least 40 patents in the last few decades alone, we are collecting the patents and will add them here.
8. California Environmental Engineering (CEE)
“CEE feels that the result of this test verifies that this technology is a viable source for reducing emissions and fuel consumption on large diesel engines.” ORIGINAL NEEDED email me
9. The American Hydrogen Association Test Lab
“Emissions test results indicate that a decrease of toxic emissions was realized.” Zero emissions were observed on CO (carbon oxide). ORIGINAL NEEDED email me
10. Additional data based on http://en.allexperts.com/e/h/hy/hydrogen_fuel_injection.htm and other sources including http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrogen_fuel_injection – ORIGINAL DUCUMENTS NEEDED:

In 1974 John Houseman and D.J. Cerini of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, produced a report for the Society of Automotive Engineers titled “On-Board Hydrogen Generator for a Partial Hydrogen Injection Internal Combustion Engine” (available at http://www.osti.gov/energycitations/product.biblio.jsp?osti_id=5206481 and http://www.sae.org/technical/papers/740600). F.W. Hoehn and M.W. Dowy, also of the Jet Propulsion Lab, prepared a report for the 9th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference (held August 26-30, 1974 in San Francisco), titled “Feasibility Demonstration of a Road Vehicle Fueled with Hydrogen Enriched Gasoline.” (This research utilized onboard storage tanks to supply the hydrogen combustion enhancement.)

In 1993, researchers Y. Jamal and M.L.Wyszynski of the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, released a review titled “Onboard Generation of Hydrogen-Rich Gaseous Fuels – a Review” in which they concluded: (3.) Hydrogen supplementation of gasoline combustion has been shown to yield reduction in fuel consumption. (4.) Hydrogen-rich gaseous fuels can be burned under ultra lean conditions to yield very low NOx emissions without running into lean flammability limit problems. and (5.) The lean burning conditions give possibilities for very low CO emissions.

In 1995, newer investigations have highlighted the potential for pollutant reduction. Research performed by scientists at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom, released a study at the HYPOTHESIS Conference at the University of Cassino, Italy in which it was presented that “hydrogen, when used as a fractional additive at extreme lean engine operation, yields benefits in improved combustion stability and reduced nitrogen oxides and hydrocarbon emissions.”

In 1997, similar results have been presented by a team of scientists representing the Department of Energy Engineering, Zhejiang University, China, at an international conference held by the University of Calgary. Practical tests have been performed by California Environmental Engineering (CEE), The American Hydrogen Association Test Lab and Corrections Canada in which reduction in toxic exhaust emissions and fuel consumption were realized.


Posted in Uncategorized on December 30, 2008 by cyberstokist

VOLVO 740 2.3 L. TAHUN 1990 BLACK NO PCS3555

Rim 15 tyre 60/205 eagle.

On board : 4 adult.

Tarikh perjalanan 20/12/2009

Alor Star – Kuala Nerang

Speed 80-100kph

1 liter 14.8km

Tarikh perjalanan 24/12/2009

On board : 4 adult, 1 kid, 5 bag baju and 1 box of 45kg of wet fish.

Harga Petrol ron 97 RM1.80

Destinasi : Alor Star ke KL

Device Double booster

Lebuhraya : 1 liter 12.8km (speed 120 – 140kph)

KL city drive : 1 liter 10.6km

Lebuhraya : 1 liter 14.2 kn (speed 90 – 120 kph)

alor star city drive : 1 liter 11.2 km

Tarikh perjalanan 28/12/2009

Waktu pulang dari KL ka Alor Star menggunakan Ron 92 (lebih murah).

Penjimatan di dapati kerana perbezaan harga Ron97 dan Ron92 – tidak perbezaan dari segi pickup dan speed.


Posted in Uncategorized on August 5, 2008 by cyberstokist


Ya, mengapa tidak ! Tak susah. Buat satu dan pasang sendiri di kereta anda atau kereta kawan2 anda. Wow….I am driving my car around on water and laughing to those fuel rise stressed face driver!  Langkah pertama anda ialah kena pergi ke:


susah  belajarlah…nak pasang sekarang juga? klik saja pada



Posted in Uncategorized on August 5, 2008 by cyberstokist


OK, untuk pengatahuan anda, saya sajikan dulu pengalaman pertama saya sebagai orang bukan teknikal:

Selepas siap memasang alatHB saya putuskan dulu bekalan letriknya dengan membuka fiusnya. Saya letakkan balang HB gen di luar (atas tanah) dan selepas itu saya hidupkan injin untuk menguji hisapan vocum. Saya buka Valve bubler sedikit dan mendapati bueh2 angin bertalu2 keluar. Meaning, ok…bubler saya berfungsi dan hisapan vocum kereta ok. Saya kecilkan bubbler valve sehingga bueh angin keluar satu dalam masa 1-2 saat. Saya berhenti disitu dan matikan injin.

Kemudian saya mula memasang balang HB gen ditempatnya dengan menambatnya ke dinding menggunakan steelband, screw dan bolt.

Selepas itu saya pasang semula fius (reconnect) dan menghidupkan injin. Serta merta saya dapati bueh putih HHO keluar membuak2 dalam balang HB Gen.

Saya keluar memandu sekitar 10 minit. Saya dapati injin kereta lebih senyap dan smooth. Beberapa hari menggunakan HB saya dapati perubahan kepada kereta saya, injin kereta saya terasa lebih senyap sewaktu pemanduan macam kita memandu waktu awal pagi  dan…………………………….

klik pada tajuk: APA PENGALAMAN ANDA?


Posted in Uncategorized on June 22, 2008 by cyberstokist
kalau nak belajar buat sendiri klik di bawah:


Percampuran HG(hydrogen gas) dgn fuel dan udara memberi kesan segera menambahkan kadar octane mana mana fuel, ertinya berapa banyak fuel boleh di’compress’ sebelum dibakar. Fuel berkadar rendah (what’s called “Regular” ) membakar lebih mudah dari kadar octane tinggi kerana ianya menggunakan kadar ‘compress’ yang rendah. Ini menyebabkan fuel terbakar lebih awal sebelum piston di point paling tinggi TDC point( Top Dead Center point), menyebabkan ianya kurang effisyen, kerana itulah ‘power’ kurang dalam fuel regular. HG akan menyebabkan fuel walaupun regular (low octane grade) membakar lebih perlahan macam fuel octane grade tinggi. Menjadikan ianya sebagai grade tinggi octane bermakna lebih kuasa kerna pembakaran berlaku sehampir TDC point, jadi pembakaran lebih sempurna dan lebih effisyen, ini menjadikan kurang pembaziran fuel dan mengurangkan penggunaan fuel.
You see, teknologi ini bukan kita guna air sepenuhnya tetapi menambahkan HG dalam pembakaran sebagai ‘supplement” kepada fuel yang kita gunakan sekarang. Ianya memberi kesan supaya fuel yang kita gunakan itu bertindak lebih effisyen, dalam kes ini adalah tindakbalas free energy (water yang bertukar kepada HG dengan udara dan fuel). Itulah yang berlaku dalam enjin kerta anda!!!
Sedikit sahaja. satu galen boleh tahan sampai 2-3 bulan. One lb Hydrogen mempunya 80% energy tetapi apabila ditukerkan kepada HHO(Brown gas yang dikeluarkan oleh HB) akan menjadi 300%. Sati gelen air bila bertukar menjadi HHO, akan menjadi 1,866 gelen combustible gas ! SEE VIDEO a
Saya fikir hanya inilah sahaja cara dimana sebenarnya boleh berlakunya ‘saving fuel’. Cara lain seperti memsang charge arus letrik atau magnetic tidak boleh menjaminkan ‘saving’ tadi kerana ia tidak menambah pembakaran. Cara lain seperti memasukkan aditif berupa minyak atau semacam pill pula tidak menjimatkan kerana anda kena membelinya selalu-contuhnya memasukkan sebiji pill bagi satu tangki minyak, cuba kira, RM2.70 seliter X 60 liter + RM22.00(sebiji pill) =RM184.00 atau kos seliter=RM3.06. atau 13% daripada harga petrol asal. Jadi kalau ‘saving’ 13% baru balik modal. Belum tentu ‘saving’ lagi.


Posted in Uncategorized on June 21, 2008 by cyberstokist

Harap anda jangan silap faham ya, saya jual device dan beri e book/panduan DIY percuma. Saya bukan jual e book atau buku panduan sahaja!


Posted in Uncategorized on June 12, 2008 by cyberstokist

Welcome to the alternative fuel….Mari kita atasi masaalah kenaikan harga minyak dengan cari innovasi baru-menggantikan sabahagian dari penggunaan fuel fossil sekarang dengan bahan yang lebih murah, malah free di beri Allah, iaitu air.

Manusia makhluk paling canggih dijadikan Allah, tidak usah menjadi ‘sasau’ dengan kenaikan harga fuel di dunia hari ini, makhluk paling canggih ini pasti menemui jalan keluar kaluar pun tak 100% tetapi lebih baik dari sebelumnya!