WO1982004096A1 - A reactor for transforming and carburants for use as a fuel mixture - Google Patents

A reactor for transforming and carburants for use as a fuel mixture

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WO1982004096A1
WO1982004096A1 PCT/BR1981/000006 BR8100006W WO1982004096A1 WO 1982004096 A1 WO1982004096 A1 WO 1982004096A1 BR 8100006 W BR8100006 W BR 8100006W WO 1982004096 A1 WO1982004096 A1 WO 1982004096A1
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reactor
transmute
matter
characterized
gases
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PCT/BR1981/000006
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Jean Pierre Marie Chambrin
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Jean Pierre Marie Chambrin
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    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F02COMBUSTION ENGINES; HOT-GAS OR COMBUSTION-PRODUCT ENGINE PLANTS
    • F02BINTERNAL-COMBUSTION PISTON ENGINES; COMBUSTION ENGINES IN GENERAL
    • F02B43/00Engines characterised by operating on gaseous fuels; Plants including such engines
    • F02B43/02Engines characterised by means for increasing operating efficiency
    • F02B43/04Engines characterised by means for increasing operating efficiency for improving efficiency of combustion
    • YGENERAL TAGGING OF NEW TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS; GENERAL TAGGING OF CROSS-SECTIONAL TECHNOLOGIES SPANNING OVER SEVERAL SECTIONS OF THE IPC; TECHNICAL SUBJECTS COVERED BY FORMER USPC CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS [XRACs] AND DIGESTS
    • Y02TECHNOLOGIES OR APPLICATIONS FOR MITIGATION OR ADAPTATION AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGE
    • Y02TCLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION TECHNOLOGIES RELATED TO TRANSPORTATION
    • Y02T10/00Road transport of goods or passengers
    • Y02T10/10Internal combustion engine [ICE] based vehicles
    • Y02T10/30Use of alternative fuels
    • Y02T10/32Gaseous fuels

Abstract

A reactor to transmute the matter which using any fuel in its solid, liquid or gaseous state, associated to dihydrogen oxide, can set into motion (5) engines, turbines, boilers, heaters, etc., due to its capacity of transmuting such carburants. It is a cylindric apparatus (2), containing two or more longitudinal tubes with barriers (9 and 10) against which the molecules strike at a considerable speed causing a transformation in the primary fuel. It must keep the exhaust gases under a constant pressure to extend and speed up the reaction. It must be built of a metallic material with high thermal conductivity due to the high temperatures registered during the process. It can be coupled to any internal combustion engine or to all equipment that generates driving power.

Description

A REACTOR FOR TRANSFORMING AND CARBURANTS FOR USE AS A FUEL MIXTURE

An apparatus that enables the running of any engine, turbine, boiler, heater, etc., regardless of the fuel used, due to its capacity of transmuti ng such carburants , once they contain dihydrogen oxide or are associated to it, into a new fuel .

To start the transmutation process it is only necess_a ry to reach the adequate temperature for the process ,irres_ pective of the fuel used - gasoline, ammonia, eresone, ethylic or ethylic alcohol, or any carburant available (either in solid, liquid o r gassy state) - combined with a hydric element. Contrary to what one can imagine, this temperature does not reach extraordinary levels since, in this case, it is only one of the necessary el ements to the accomplishment of the phenomenon. The assembly of the REAC TOR itself is the main condition to its functioning.

Once we 'had the necessary conditions to set in the process, the REACTOR can even be fed only with dihydrogen oxide. Although the phenomenon proved satisfactory,al so, in this case, the use of other carburants, mainly the aj_ cohols, even though in minimal proportions (5% to 95% of dihydrogen oxide), is also important. It was verified that the carburants which are firstly used to set' in the pro- cess can also stabilize the transmutation, as the propo_r tion of dihydrogen increases, keeping it whithin the li¬ mits of the necessary safety.

A formal explanation to the said process ,consi deri ng the use of the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER, ay be g i. ven by its capacity of producing hydrogen at relatively low temperatures with the support of the exhaust gases of the engine to which it is attached, and the hydrogen trans_ mutation into other gases, with occasional and consecutJ_ ve changes of the elements, causing an electromagnetic reaction of the phys.ical field, by an elastic compression of these gases. Since a starting mechanism of the pro- cess is determined, the calories wasted to set the engj_ ne into motion, which can be either conventional, gaso¬ line or diesel consuming, or boilers, turbines, etc., are also used to produce a fuel which will be re-used. Hence, one can say the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER is an apparatus to produce calories. For example, if 2,000 cal (two thousand kilo/calories) is introduced in the REACTOR it will be possible to multiply these calories by 100 (a hundred), 1,000 (a thousand) and even 100,000 (a hundred thousand) according to what it is chosen to be used. The only condition to have a progressive mult_i_ plication of the calories without problems is to provi¬ de a cooling apparatus like the one used in combustion engines during operation. Another important aspect of the process accomplished with the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER is the necessa_ ry obtention of the molecules strike, as intensive as possible. The bigger in intensity and molecules the strike is, more calories will be produced and consequejn tly more potentiality it w ll have.

The REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER (Fig. 1-2), which is installed, in case of engines, between the carburator (Fig. 1-1), already modified, and the engine block, pro cesses the fuels, or the dihydrogen oxide, before their admission in the engine (Fig. 1-3).

The outer side of the REACTOR must be conceived to receive the gases inlet to the engine (Fig. 1-3), the exha.ust gases outlet of the engine (Fig. 1-5), hich has a ball to decompress the gases (Fig. 1-5), and the fee_d back pipe (Fig. 1-6).

After innumerable experiments and considering the ve_ locity of the molecules, the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER has a cylindric shape (Fig. 1-2 and Fig.2 - loni gitudinal section) with two or more tubes inside (.Fig. 2-7) according to its use. These tubes are placed lea¬ ving 5 to 10 mm between each other,depending such varia tion on the dimensions of the engine or apparatus to whi ch the REACTOR is attached. The width of the REACTOR will also be determined according to the type of engine or appa¬ ratus employed. The builder of the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER must consider in his calculations mainly the production of hydrogen and of the several other gases that feed the engine, turbine, boiler, -etc.

The invention of the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER has a cylindric shape because it helps to speed up the velocity of the molecules. A shock barrier is placed 1 o n_ gitudinally (Fig. 3 - cross section - 9 and 10) to mul¬ tiply the fractioning of molecules, intensifying, there fore, the calories producing process. On the other hand, it is also necessary a constant pressure of the exhaust gases next to the REACTOR (Fig. 1-5) since in case of re¬ ducing the gases flux at the outlet the engine will be¬ come less powerful. So, it is interesting to involve the REACTOR with an obconical covering (Fig,. 2-8) which main_ tains the gases balance and to insert a compressure ball of the gases at the outlet of the exhaust pipe of the orj_ ginal engine (Fig. 1-4 and 2-4) . With this system it is possible to obtain a constant pressure of the gases wi_t hout braking the engine. The REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER must be endowed with a thick metalic covering, considering the high in¬ ternal temperatures registered, made of a material with high thermal conductivity. Also the manifolds that go accross this covering (Fig. 2-7) must be made of a ate- rial with a good thermal conductivity. Although various types of metals present such required qua! i ti es , the diffe rent types of copper, in some cases even an alloy of bronze and brass, proved to better meet the demands of the REACTOR and to be more economic for construction. The results achieved with the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER are of great importance. Using a mixture of

dihydrogen oxide and ethylic alcoho ,equally proportioned in weight, as fuel to feed the REACTOR, it was identified at the outlet of the REACTOR (before its admission in the engine) 33 (thirty three) different gases,such as: ARGON, 5 ALUMINIUM, COBALT, MOLYBDENUM, TECHNETIUM, RUTHENIUM, RH DIUM, PALLADIUM, LANTHANUM, THULIUM, ASTATINE, AMERICIUM and CURIUM. In additoπ, at the outlet of the exhaust pipe it was observed 46 (forty six) different gases. Among the se gases it was registered: HYDROGEN, HELIUM, LITHIUM, BE_

10 RYLLIUM, ALUMINIUM, CHLORINE, TECHNETIUM, RUTHENIUM, RHO DIUM, BARIUM, LANTHANUM, POLONIUM, PROTACTINIUM, AMERI¬ CIUM, CURIUM, BERKELIUM and HAHNIUM. Three other gases which are in the group could not be identified according to the PERIODIC CHART OF THE"ELEMENTS; Their numbers are

15 109, 111 and 131. It is interesting to remember that the PERIODIC CHART OF THE ELEMENTS classifies only till ele¬ ment No. 105.

Another innovation of the REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE' MATTER is the feasibility of storing the exhaust gases and

20 to send them back under a given pressure to the REACTOR, acting in this way as a compressor pipe.If this method is applied, it w ll have to be injected, for safety's sake, with an electronic injector or any other system, a mini¬ mum quantity of alcohol or any other fuel at each revol_u 5 tion of the engine. With this system, it became possible to reduce substantially the consumption of carburants. It.will be necessary only one liter of alcohol or any other fuel to cover 60 km (37 miles). Or even set a stationary engine into motion with one liter of fuel, at 1,800 rpm 0 (revolutions per minute), during an hour.

The REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER can also equip a boiler which has instead of an exhaust pipe a tube that goes into the heated center of the boiler and is attached to each end of the REACTOR. In this case, the tube is filled 5 with a neuter gas under a given pressure.Thus , the neuter gas will float throughout the tube,acting 1i ke the exhaust gases. To achieve such results, it will only be necessary to couple a double action pump to aspirate the fuel by pushing it into the REACTOR and, at the same time, to impel it under pressure to the injector where it will be consu- med. For i ts .extraordi nary capacity of being fed with any kind of fuel and ejecting to the engine, turbine or boi¬ ler the most diverse group of gases, the referred appara¬ tus was denominated REACTOR TO TRANSMUTE THE MATTER.

Claims

1. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by changing the carburants, provided they contain dihydrogen oxide or are associated to it, into the most different ele- ments and rare gases, multiplying signifi antly the abso_r bed energies and, in this way, feeding with the most diffe rent transmuted carburants all kinds of eng nes ,turbiπes , boilers and alike;
2. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by its cylindric shape (2 - in figures 1, 2 and 3) which is considered the most adequate shape to make the molecu¬ les achieve the necessary velocity for the efficiency of the process;
3. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by the use of a metal with high electrical conductivity for its construction;
4. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by "shock barriers placed long tudinally" (Figure 3- cross section - * and 10) that multiply the fractioning of mol_e cules, intensifying, therefore, the caloryproducingprocess;
5. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by an obconical covering, around the who!e assemblage, (Figjj re 2 - longitudinal section - 8) to maintain the gases ba_ lance over the Reactor;
6. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by having, in its whole, a compressor ball of the gases (4-- in figures 1 and 2) at the outlet of the exhaust pi¬ pe;
7. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by its capacity to store the exhaust gases and to send them back, under a certain pressure, into the reactor;
8. The Reactor to Transmute the Matter is characterized by its capacity to equip a boiler which has instead of an exhaust pipe a tube that goes into. the heated center of the boiler and is attached to each end of the Reactor.A neuter gas", to which a certain pressure will be given, ill float throughout this tube as a substitute for the exhaust ga¬ ses.
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US4037568A (en) * 1975-04-11 1977-07-26 Schreiber Edward T Exhaust heated hydrogen and oxygen producing catalytic converter for combustion engine
US4107010A (en) * 1976-09-21 1978-08-15 United Technologies Corporation Photo-electrolytic production of hydrogen
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US1068414A (en) * 1911-10-05 1913-07-29 Charles R Courtenay Internal-combustion engine.
US2919540A (en) * 1957-02-25 1960-01-05 Gen Motors Corp Mechanism for utilizing waste heat
US4003343A (en) * 1975-04-04 1977-01-18 Phillips Petroleum Company Method and apparatus for maintaining the operating temperature in a device for reducing engine exhaust pollutants
US4037568A (en) * 1975-04-11 1977-07-26 Schreiber Edward T Exhaust heated hydrogen and oxygen producing catalytic converter for combustion engine
US4009006A (en) * 1975-08-18 1977-02-22 Frank Hreha Water to fuel converter
US4107010A (en) * 1976-09-21 1978-08-15 United Technologies Corporation Photo-electrolytic production of hydrogen
US4185593A (en) * 1977-10-31 1980-01-29 Mcclure Kenneth S Transformation of electrical energy to physical energy
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