Imagine the Inferences of Running Your Car on Water

by : Abhinav Sidana

Running car on water is not at all tedious though it seems so, but it's just the matter of inserting few simple kits in the car and of course the use of electricity by car battery which converts water into HHO gas called as Brown's gas which enables to provide atomic power of hydrogen while retaining its chemical stability.

When all proper required arrangements are made in the car and then if the pedal for the gas is pressed then it infuses a definite amount of brown's gas produced by electrolysis a process which causes splitting of water by using electricity of car's battery. So, the brown gas acts in unanimity with gas fuel and runs the car. In this process all reactions are similar to that of using normal gas with only difference that this process liberates oxygen into the atmosphere so adding an advantage to this technique. But before coming to conclusion let's consider all available types of hydrogen-fuel solutions - fuel cells, pure hydrogen, and Brown's gas - and see their functioning relative to oxygen production or consumption:

Fuel Cells: This technique burns hydrogen in fuel cell by consuming oxygen from the atmosphere and also releases back the same O2 back to atmosphere without contributing any additional O2 in atmosphere. So use of this type of fuel cells doesn't affect the environment in any sense as it neither detracts nor adds to the oxygen in air.

Hydrogen: Hydrogen fuel has a little dissimilarity as compared to other fuel cells as these are not depended on environment for oxygen to burn which makes it superior from fossil and when hydrogen burns completely, it liberates only metal and salt alloy used for forming hydrogen but this does not add any extra oxygen to air.

Brown's gas: The most ideal fuel among all other fuels for running vehicles. This gas is the product of reaction of water made of hydrogen and oxygen formed by electrolysis but it's very much different from other fuel sources as this liberates oxygen and water vapor in the environment. This is an additional oxygen supply to atmosphere which is produced from water so increases content of oxygen in air.

"Hopefully Brown's gas would be the idyllic fuel for running automobiles in future!"