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To esssayer to end speculation about the different pantone process, here is a series of safe and some scientific facts about the assumptions that can be made about this process.
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This FAQ page number 1 concerns 100 the mounting% pantone, it is the mounting petrol engine of passing 100% of fuel in the "reactor" to the motor of which the following plans: Pantone engine plans
In this connection we will now talk exchanger since, for the moment, it was possible to highlight any reaction except a heat exchange.
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There is a cracking of the hydrocarbon molecules in the reactor.
Indeed, during the chromatography C.Martz study showed that the average volatility of hydrocarbon gas entering the reactor was lower than the gas leaving the reactor.
Problem : It was not possible to identify the lightest hydrocarbon and it is not methane. It remains to confirm when and from which conditions this cracking occurs, also called reforming or vapocracking (due to the presence of water)
The details of this experiment are in the engineer's report, available here.
remaining uncertainties What is the gas leaving the reactor? What are the conditions for obtaining it (depression, T °?)
Water promotes the functioning of the process.
A measure pollution has shown that injecting water (in limited quantities) in the exchanger was falling pollutants without undermining the power. This measure is available on the page pollution control measures
In this case we can conclude that water promotes the functioning of the process but must still answer the question: how the water used in the reaction?
Oil well use a proven technique called vapocracking which involves injecting the superheated steam to facilitate cracking.
Here is a slightly more precise definition of these terms: "In chemistry, particularly that of oil, cracking or cracking is the operation that consists in breaking a complex organic molecule into smaller components, including alkanes and alkenes. The conditions of temperature and pressure, and the nature of the catalyst are critical elements of cracking.
An industrial manufacturing methods of hydrogen is the high temperature hydrocarbons vapocracking: C3H8 H6O 2 + -> + 10 2 H3 CO2. In oil refineries, cracking complements the distillation of heavier products. "
remaining uncertainties : By what mechanism the water decreases Does pollution?
The method is not optimized.
Indeed, many aspects remain to understand and optimize. The most important aspect is the understanding of what is happening in the exchanger if anything, apart from a cracking, it happens. Even in the case of a simple cracking, one must understand the exact conditions (depression, T ° ...) this cracking and especially its nature (what it converts and how?).
It is only from this moment: when we will know the exact nature of what goes into the engine we can optimize its use "in" the engine. compression ratio of the engine and ignition timing, in our view, the fundamental quantities 2 to optimize.
Indeed an increase in the compression rate results in a direct increase in engine efficiency and therefore a lower consumption. Engines are being designed for a 95 gold octane it is known that the octane lighter gaseous fuel CNG type are much larger (130). For the petrol engine a substantial performance improvement is expected in this aspect.
Regarding the ignition advance, you will know how to burn the gas exiting the heat exchanger to optimize it and make a proper mapping to this gas. For information, the speed of combustion of hydrogen (speed of the flame front) is 10 times faster than that of octane (gasoline) in stoichiometric mixture and it's a safe bet that the gas leaving the reactor is a much faster combustion than gasoline.
remaining uncertainties : Only an understanding of what is happening in the reactor can lead to optimization of combustion in the room. This requires means of engine analysis.
The Pantone engine is a water engine
This statement is completely false, but we can still read on some websites. Pantone process uses water but in any case it can not do without oil. That is until someone can prove otherwise.
In this sense, it is a means to rationalize the consumption of fossil fuels without without it (unlike renewables).
You can drive to 80% water with a Pantone
FALSE OR NOT LONG!
Again we continue to read this on some sites or hear this for some training. The truth is that in 20 30% of water are achievable maximum values now. Please note, this does not mean that we not be able to increase this rate when you understand the process better.
Similarly to 20 30% savings is a correct number. Stay away from people who claim to have divided by 2 consumption with internet plans their car. These people may have something to sell you!
6) The Pantone engine does not work
TRUE AND FALSE !
It all depends on what criteria ... If it is based on 2 previous statements that are biased, yes, it does not.
If based on everything stated above, the process actually works!
Everything depends on the characterization criteria.
7) It is impossible to crack water to reactor temperatures.
Splitting water by pyrolysis: The first decomposition of water was made by Lavoisier, by passing steam over red-hot iron (pyrolysis). In so doing, it established that the water was not an element but a chemical body composed of several elements.
The water starts to become significant thermolysis to 750 ° C and is complete to 3 000 ° C. The reaction produces dioxygen and dihydrogen: 2H2O ↔ 2H2 O2 + (
This point of 750 ° C can be further decreased by the presence of catalyst such as platinum and chromium. The ceriated steel, alloyed with cerium, would also be a strong catalyst for the thermolysis of water.
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