Magnetic solution to reducing carbon emissions and increasing fuel efficiencyGetting Off Oil, World news Friday, November 29th, 2013
We already have the technology and knowhow to reduce CO2 emissions and help put an end to global warming, smog and carbon emission causing diseases. The carbon from the oxidation zone of the gases carbon dioxide (CO2) can be filtered out using magnets. While it may seem impossible to visualize carbon sticking to a magnet this discovery can play a major role in reducing global and localized carbon emissions. A Fuelreducer designed device called the Magnetic Emissions Control Assembly (MECA) uses permanent magnets (can also use electromagnets – a type of magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by electric current) to reduce carbon emissions by filtering out (by magnetic attraction) the carbon from CO2 emissions as it leaves the main source of CO2 emissions – the automotive exhaust tailpipe.
How does the Fuelreducer MECA do this? An atom’s electrons have a negative electric charge; its protons are positively charged, and its neutrons have no charge. Carbon dioxide (CO2) has three atoms, one carbon with six protons and six neutrons, each oxygen has 8 protons and 8 neutrons. CO2 has a total of 22 protons: 6 + 8 + 8 = 22 protons. Irradiation of those protons can cause carbon to transform into a ferromagnetic material. Ferromagnetic material is a type of material that is highly attracted to magnets and can become permanently magnetized. A ferromagnetic material, that is highly attracted to magnets, can be filtered out of a liquid or gas. When the tiny carbon of CO2 is transformed into a ferromagnetic material and passed between permanent magnets the carbon is filtered out of the CO2 by the magnetic attraction of the magnets and only O2 is exhausted into the atmophere.
Before the carbon can be transformed into a ferromagnetic material and be filtered out leaving only O2 emissions the carbon has to be irradiated. Irradiation is the process by which something is exposed to radiation. Electromagnetic radiation (EM radiation or EMR) is one of the fundamental phenomena of electromagnetism, behaving as waves propagating through space and also as photon particles traveling through space, carrying radiant energy. Static (lacking in movement, action, or change) permanent magnets do not emit electromagnetic radiation so “static” permanent magnets cannot technically irradiate CO2 causing the carbon to transform into a ferromagnetic material. However, when a liquid or gas flows between “static” permanent magnets Eddy currents (electromagnetic radiation) are created and they excite the CO2 protons and causes the carbon to transform into a ferromagnetic material. Eddy currents are electric currents induced within conductors by a changing magnetic field in the conductor. These circulating eddies of current have inductance and thus induce electromagnetic fields. These fields can cause repulsion, attraction, propulsion, drag, and heating effects. Eddy currents in conductors with magnetic caused resistance generates heat – a form of electromagnetic radiation – as well as a strong electromagnetic field.
Electromagnetic radiation (heat, light, ultraviolet, or other electromagnetic waves) is emitted and absorbed by charged particles. The CO2’s 22 protons (as stated above) are positively charged particles. Because Eddy currents have inductance and thus induce electromagnetic fields and electromagnetic radiation (heat) they can be used to irradiate the protons of the “flowing” CO2 emissions and cause the carbon being exhausted out the tailpipe of your vehicle to transform into a ferromagnetic material and can now be magnetically filtered out by the Fuelreducer MECA. Not all of the carbon will be filtered out but enough to have an noticeable and lasting impact on carbon emissions.
The Fuelreducer MECA (a smaller version of it) can also be used to increase your vehicle’s fuel efficiency. A magnetic field can be used to break down gasoline molecules into high mileage gas vapor. Oil refineries use heat and pressure to “crack” heavy hydrocarbon molecules into lighter ones. This process is called Catalytic Cracking: breaking down the large molecules of heavy crude oil into smaller gasoline molecules. Heating the fuel causes the liquid to expand and convert into a gas vapor. Heating the liquid fuel anywhere before it reaches the engine will cause the liquid fuel to gasify resulting in an increase in fuel efficiency.
One way of heating the liquid fuel is by passing the fuel through an induction coil. The induction coil uses direct electrical (DC) current (car battery) to cause an otherwise non-spontaneous chemical reaction and separation of the liquid fuel molecules into gas vapor molecules. In other words, “crack” heavy hydrocarbon molecules into lighter ones. An induction coil creates a magnetic field which permeates into a vehicle’s fuel lines. A permanent magnet can do the same thing – create a magnetic field which permeates into a vehicle’s fuel lines and cause an otherwise non-spontaneous chemical reaction and separation of the liquid fuel molecules into gas vapor molecules – but without requiring any external electrical energy source (car battery).
The presence of the magnetic field in the fuel line induces Eddy currents in accordance with Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction. When a liquid (gasoline or diesel) is passed through a magnetic field the magnetic field changes the molecular structure of the liquid.
The Department of Physics, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA under the sponsorship of RAND Corporation found that a strong magnetic field can reduce the viscosity (thickness) of gasoline. diesel, and kerosene, no matter if they contain any additive or not. Temple University determined that a magnetic field can thin fuel so that much smaller droplets are injected into the vehicle’s engine. As a result higher fuel mileage is possible. Add a strong magnetic field (using a smaller version of the FuelReducer MECA) to your vehicle’s fuel delivery system and your vehicle’s fuel mileage is increased.
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