It's just hydrocarbons. You don't need the quotes.“hydro“ carbons
So the Otto Cycle has nothing to do with the fundamental laws on which it's defined? This is asinine.It really has nothing to do with the laws of thermodynamics.
The only "generator" in your system is the alternator of the car. Do you mean the electrolyzer?those requires a better generator
There is no such thing as a "pulse width modifier." I think you mean "Pulse Width Modulation." So are you using a direct current electrolyzer, or a pulsed electrolyzer? Do you understand the difference, or are you just trying to appear smart by using science-y sounding words you heard on some idiotic youtube video?pwm (pulse width modifier)
How? Please explain the entire cycle for me because unless I'm misunderstanding you, you're describing a perpetual motion machine. You start with water, apply some energy to it (Ein) to get oxyhydrogen (which you insist on calling "HHO" for some reason), then you burn it which gives you the same amount of water you started with and some energy (Eout). By what you're describing Eout must be greater than Ein with no other changes in the system, which I hope you see is impossible. You don't get anything for free, so please explain what you give up to have Eout > Ein.you dont need any additional fuel besides the hho gas and can run on water alone
That's not what TommyBoyee was claiming. Please re-read his post where he claims this:It's not free energy, it's accessing potential energy that has been introduced.
you dont need any additional fuel besides the hho gas and can run on water alone
This is actually true! But you neglected to mention that it consumes mass through fission to produce that energy (you know... e=mc^2). You don't get anything for free and there's no accounting for the energy gained in this "HHO" system.a nuclear reactor produces a lot more power than it takes to start the reaction