THE CYBER STOKIST, WHERE THE RETURN TO NATURE BEGINS.

An Alternative to Diesels, Hybrids, and Fuel Cells? | August 28, 2008

Faced with the ever increasing cost of gasoline, automakers worldwide are working overtime to cost-effectively improve vehicle fuel economy, while still meeting today’s strict emissions requirements.

One promising way to boost fuel economy is to add hydrogen to the fuel/air mixture in a conventional gas engine. It’s called a hydrogen-boosted gas engine. However, since hydrogen isn’t readily available at your local filling station, selling a hydrogen-boosted gas engine hasn’t been on the short list at many automakers. That is until now.

There’s a new technology that utilizes a fast-response on-board reformer to generate a small amount of hydrogen from gasoline. This hydrogen is added to the engine’s normal air/fuel mixture. Engines designed to run on a mix of hydrogen/gasoline can see a fuel-economy gain of 20 to 30 percent with no requirement for control of harmful NOx emissions, oxides of nitrogen.

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