"Easy" modification of a fuel oil boiler for combustion improvement and exhaust gas recirculation.
When burning oil (gas oil) one of the products of combustion is water vapor. This water vapor is also often forgotten when we talk about releases from the combustion of hydrocarbons, but steam has a major influence on the climate (see the equations of combustion and CO2), but this is not the purpose of this news which aims to present a homemade blue flame oil burner.
Water, produced in significant quantities (1L burned oil produces about 1kg of water), could be used to improve the combustion of fuel oil in a boiler, much as allowed the technique of water doping on thermal engines. This is the idea that 2 members wanted to test on on forums.