Quantum Accelerator Explanation
Combustion may be described as a chemical reaction, or rather a burning process that produces heat, light and radiation. In an engine, combustion does not drive a piston by an explosion, which is the most likely assumption. Instead, the piston is driven down by pressure produced from only about one-third of the total energy released during the burning process. The remaining two-thirds of this unused energy are not converted into pressure or power, but into wasted heat and radiation. This wasted energy is created because the combustion process is too fast and too explosive. This inefficient process also produces toxic exhaust emissions.
In the field of auto-racing it is preferred to use high quality fuels such as ethanol or aviation fuel because these types of fuels burn slow and smooth. As a result these race engines run faster, smoother and cooler. There are two main reasons for this:
- Slow, smooth burning fuels produce more of a convection type heat, (rather than radiation), which is converted directly into pressure or power.
- High quality fuels have increased chemical reactivity, which in turn produces cleaner, smoother combustion.
The exhaust from an alcohol burning engine is not dangerous. It consists simply of carbon dioxide and water because that is the result of perfect, complete combustion. Gasoline and diesel fuel do not burn clean, smooth or as efficient as alcohol or aviation fuel because they only undergo a partial refining process, which saves money for refiners, and helps keep the fuel prices lower for the consumer. Due to the limited extent of refining, gasoline and diesel fuels lack slow, smooth burning characteristics and have reduced chemical reactivity. The result is excessive toxic exhaust emissions, poorer performance and increased vibration.
A simple experiment to explain this would be to ignite a tablespoon of pure alcohol, and a tablespoon of gasoline. The alcohol lights smoothly and burns slow with a clear-blue flame. The gasoline lights violently and burns with an unstable orange-red flame with visible smoke. These fuels have the same basic elements, carbon and hydrogen, but their molecular arrangement completely changes their burn characteristics. Engines ideally require slow, smooth burning fuels to obtain maximum efficiency with minimum toxic emissions.
Our Quantum Accelerator, when installed in the fuel line of any gasoline or diesel engine, effectively alters the fuelŐs molecular structure allowing it to burn slowly and smoothly, somewhat similar to alcohol fuel. This in itself allows the engine to produce more power, run smoother, cooler, as well as significantly cleaner. Our Quantum Accelerator is different than any other known catalytic system because of the unique materials that we use and their precise arrangement to form a very selective, controlled reaction.
As well, and possibly most importantly, our product is the only known catalytic system that effectively converts toxic crankcase emissions (blow by gases), into combustion enhancing particles. Blow by gases are emitted from all internal combustion engines and account for approximately 20% of an engineŐs total emissions. Crankcase emissions are carcinogenic components that are not easily dealt with. The auto industry recycles these emissions back into the engine at the expensive of poorer combustion. Industrial engines have yet to resolve the problem and simply route these toxins into the atmosphere untreated. Our technology completely eliminates the problems associated with crankcase emission, and in fact uses these gases to produce reactive fragments to satisfy the 2nd requirement for complete combustion (reactivity). Our catalyst eliminates the toxic crankcase vent emissions, which are not normally processable because of their complex molecular structures, by directing them into our unit and converting them into combustion enhancing reactive fragments. This process improves the chemical reactivity of the fuel, ultimately improving engine efficiency and performance, with lower emissions.
Our Quantum Accelerator effectively satisfies the two requirements for producing ideal combustion. The fuel is processed into having a unique molecular structure desirable for smooth, clean combustion, and the toxic crankcase emissions are processed into reactive fragments that assist and control combustion reactions. The significance of this technology cannot be overstressed. When an engine uses our catalyst system, the combustion process will be smooth and controlled similar to that of burning alcohol fuels, as well as the emissions will be substantially lowered.