Cold Fog Generator
I have been thinking about building a Fogger to inject water vapor
into the engine. It would be relatively easy to do. Fog is heavy, so it
will have to be sucked into the engine.
- Need a container; PVC will work, and it is easy to work with.
- Container needs a sealed bottom (PVC cap or Fernco fitting will
- Container needs a removable lid. A Fernco fitting will work.
- The lid needs an outlet for the vapor to exit. Not sure what
size; 1/2 to 1 inch maybe.
- Output needs to be connected to a vacuum port, or a fan needs to
pull the vapor out.
- The vapor needs to enter the engines air way after or behind the
air filter, not in front of it.
- An Inverter will be needed; small one. It will change the
battery 12 volts dc to 110 volts ac. The Fogger runs off of AC.
- Needs a water level tube so I can monitor the water level.
- May need a water reserve tank (especially if a 5 or 10 head
Fogger is used).
- Electrical connections can be through the lid, or through the
side of the tube (above the water line).
- Of course, it needs to be on a fused circuit of its own; with an
on/off switch and LED indicator.
- The engine will turn the fog into steam; which will help drive
the pistons down.
- Plasma Sparkplugs and a hot coil may even ignite the fog; that
would be a plus (igniting water is being done).
- We hear that water is bad for the gasoline engine injectors.
- Not sure if a Fogger can be used with a Diesel. It depends on
the amount. Diesels will lockup.
Something to think about:
Water does burn, by the way, in another process called Water Vapor
Plasma Combustion. You need only to mist, or even better vaporize the
water with a nebulizer like the ones you see fogging up the dance floor,
and ignite it with a high charge plasma spark, like an Aquapulser or
Blue Phoenix ignition system, or perhaps Pulstar Pulse Plugs. So if you
find a nifty way to put water vapor through a carburetor, without it
condensing all over the inside of your induction system, then you will
have solved a technical problem which would allow a vehicle to run on