21 Transport: engine, fuel and cars of the near future

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by elephant » 05/01/10, 13:25

the more economic activities there are in Belgium, the less tax you pay and the more customers you have!
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by Christophe » 05/01/10, 13:36

Is that so? Do you believe what you're saying? Taxes would drop with growth and therefore ... logically ... would increase with the crisis then?

Great ... it promises ... : Evil: : Evil:
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by Christophe » 05/01/10, 18:43

Hey in issue 3 of Transport 21 https://www.econologie.info/share/partag ... KQMTfz.pdf, there is an article on water doping here for the few who cannot read .pdf!

Reduce diesel fuel consumption with water

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However, it is also possible to reduce the consumption of diesel engines by 20% to 30% thanks to the introduction of water vapor into the engine's air intake! I talk about it in my book "Rolling Without Oil". Now, in June 2009, we learned that the Quebec company Croisière Charlevoix inc. had a water doping system installed on the diesel engine of their boat Le Grand Charlevoix ( http://smr.newswire.ca/fr/croisiere-cha ... e-watching ) Tourists can thus go whale watching by emitting less greenhouse gases, black smoke and harmful emissions.

A video showing the tests carried out is available HERE: http://smr.newswire.ca/fr/croisiere-cha ... e-watching

The reduction in fuel can reach 30%, but the president of the company, Mr. Pierre Tremblay confirmed to me on the phone that the reduction in average consumption for whale watching expeditions this summer was in the range of 22% to 26 %.

Their system is similar to that developed by Antoine Gillier, a
French organic farmer, in 2001, inspired by the Pantone system (patented in 1998). We are talking today about a Gillier-Pantone system. For those who would like to know more, you can consult the Quant'Homme site, maintained by Mr. and Mrs. Soarès, who have made available the information to reproduce the system, and who maintain a register of artisanal installations with the results obtained. .

The Econology site (it's us!) Also abounds with relevant information. His webmaster, Chistophe Martz (it's me), a young engineer (er, more so young, huh!), Validated in his final essay several aspects of the Pantone system, including the 95% reduction in harmful emissions of HC and CO.

The company Hypnow, in France, markets an easy installation kit on agricultural tractors and industrial machines, the SPAD. They have already sold more than 1000 kits, and mention typical savings in diesel ranging from 20% to 30%, and in some rare cases up to 50%.

Furthermore, installation on motor vehicles is not necessarily recognized by insurance. Some have done it all the same, but governments will have to quickly put on their pants to facilitate the safe installation of such fuel-saving systems and regularize matters with insurers.


I integrated the video here: https://www.econologie.com/moteur-diesel ... -4181.html
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by minguinhirigue » 05/01/10, 20:55

Line pdf broken? Unless it's chrome?
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by Christophe » 11/01/10, 11:00

What link ? Because with me they all work ... apparently ...
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by Christophe » 03/03/10, 12:26

Two new numbers:

a) Transport 21 number 8, January 2010, special wheel motor

b) Transport 21 issue 9, February 2010, special refillable hydrides


The number 9 includes a large part on the electric and hybrid rechargeable comparison, of which here is a specific subject: https://www.econologie.com/forums/voiture-el ... t9398.html
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by Christophe » 03/05/10, 12:31

Transport number 10:

https://www.econologie.com/t21-yike-bike ... -4259.html

Contents (among others):

Yike Bike, foldable electric bike of the future,
the Audi A1 e-tron,
the Porsche 918 plug-in hybrid spyder,
Lotus Evora 414E plug-in hybrid concept,
Proton Emas,
Transonic combustion,
Plug-in Prius test ...

The article on transonic combustion is particularly interesting:

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by Flytox » 03/05/10, 19:50

At 400 ° it becomes a gas engine. : Shock: : Mrgreen:

There must be formidable difficulties in developing this, when you heat the gasoline too much it makes a kind of deposit like coke (although sometimes it is clearer) and it ends up blocking the small conduits.

It seems to me that they had this kind of problem on the first generations of common rail cars. The too hot injectors and too small holes were clogging, the manufacturers blamed the fuel and resolved the problem by changing the standard on gasoline. (Unfortunately I did not manage to find the article :frown: ).
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