Pantone engine at UTT


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TX Report: Engine Study Pantone

Directed at Troyes University of Technology by BLANCKE Remi Renaud and DESSAINT

Introduction

During the second half of the twentieth century, man has used limitless oil to meet its needs. In recent years, we find that this abuse is being totally disrupt our planet. On the other hand the oil resource is not infinite. If we do not diminish our current oil consumption there will be more in thirty to forty years.
Both aspects motivate us today to find alternatives to limit the oil consumption.
Various devices such as hybrid engines (developed by a car manufacturer) or Pantone engine could replace current engines, consume less oil and less polluting the planet.
As part of CA, we decided to check the validity of the Pantone system, patented in 1998. This device allows two-stroke gasoline engine to operate with 25% gasoline and 75% water. However, no research laboratory publishes scientific analyzes on the Pantone motor. This system works he really? We'll analyze at first the system of M Pantone, then we will make a scientific analysis and will vote for criticism of this device. We will then perform various experimental studies justifying our preliminary analysis. Finally, we will suggest an improved mounting device M Pantone.

Synthesis

Throughout the semester we studied the Pantone motor through a TX. First, although the Pantone motor is considered revolutionary by these supporters, we think at the end of our study that this system is unrealistic in the version we studied.

Indeed, the yield and consumption are identical to the original mount and while it cleans engine slightly, it is still not as efficient as a catalytic converter. Thus, the Pantone engine does not help decrease the oil consumption on the planet.

Secondly, this study has allowed us to develop a variety of skills and knowledge. Indeed, we have learned to follow a scientific methodology to carry out our project. This has also allowed us to develop our critical thinking vis-à-vis the experimental results and the Internet.

This is going to help us solve problems and carry out projects in our engineer.

Comments Christophe Martz

This report is a septic approach pantone engine, also performed on a non-optimized engine, but it was made measurements that I did not do during my project. This is very good and here are a few comments that I made about the actual results and analyzes.



Page 15:

1) The pH of the water but not worth telling. Part of CO2 / O2 was probably dissolves in water (hence cloudy color) this would have been interesting
2) from the surplus water: 1) humidity of the ambient air
and / or 2) combustion water

19 page:

1) Le calcul de la masse volumique confirme mes mesures de PCI de l’essence « bullée » résiduelle qui était de 20 000 Kj/L ( la moitié du PCI de l’essence fraiche )
Benzene is the additive that replaces lead.

20 page:

1) Dissolution of benzene in the water? Where does the OH bond in gasoline? It is not supposed to have in the original composition except it seems in additives can be?
2) More dry residues in fresh essence interesting this proves that bubbled essence is not so polluted that believe.

21 page:

1) No idea on their very poor results in pollution. Probably because of wrong settings (or engine wear?) Since mine were excellent. ( see pollution measures )

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