WO2004061281A1 - Device for reducing co 2 and no2 emission and fuel consumption and for improving engine torque - Google Patents

Device for reducing co 2 and no2 emission and fuel consumption and for improving engine torque Download PDF

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WO2004061281A1
WO2004061281A1 PCT/FR2003/003013 FR0303013W WO2004061281A1 WO 2004061281 A1 WO2004061281 A1 WO 2004061281A1 FR 0303013 W FR0303013 W FR 0303013W WO 2004061281 A1 WO2004061281 A1 WO 2004061281A1
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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
    • F02B51/00Other methods of operating engines involving pretreating of, or adding substances to, combustion air, fuel, or fuel-air mixture of the engines
    • F02B51/02Other methods of operating engines involving pretreating of, or adding substances to, combustion air, fuel, or fuel-air mixture of the engines involving catalysts
    • FMECHANICAL ENGINEERING; LIGHTING; HEATING; WEAPONS; BLASTING
    • F02COMBUSTION ENGINES; HOT-GAS OR COMBUSTION-PRODUCT ENGINE PLANTS
    • F02MSUPPLYING COMBUSTION ENGINES IN GENERAL WITH COMBUSTIBLE MIXTURES OR CONSTITUENTS THEREOF
    • F02M27/00Apparatus for treating combustion-air, fuel, or fuel-air mixture, by catalysts, electric means, magnetism, rays, sound waves, or the like
    • F02M27/04Apparatus for treating combustion-air, fuel, or fuel-air mixture, by catalysts, electric means, magnetism, rays, sound waves, or the like by electric means, ionisation, polarisation or magnetism
    • F02M27/045Apparatus for treating combustion-air, fuel, or fuel-air mixture, by catalysts, electric means, magnetism, rays, sound waves, or the like by electric means, ionisation, polarisation or magnetism by permanent magnets
    • 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
    • Y02T10/12Technologies for the improvement of indicated efficiency of a conventional ICE
    • Y02T10/126Acting upon fuel or oxidizing compound, e.g. pre-treatment by catalysts, ultrasound or electricity

Abstract

The inventive device makes it possible to reduce fuel consumption, to essentially reduce pollution and to improve engine torque. The invention is characterised by a unit which makes it possible to introduce magnets and other magnetic sources into the device in such a way that they physically contact ionised fuel. A faraday cage is arranged around said unit and the contact thereof to enable external magnetic remanence to be avoided and increase the performance of the magnets. The inventive device also comprises a tube encompassing other components thereof. Side plates are incorporated into said unit and tube on each end thereof, thereby ensuring perfect tightness and producing a vacuum between the unit and the external tube. Said side plates are provided with fittings for connection to any feeding source. When fuel passes through the unit, it is exposed to the power magnetic radiation which realigns the molecular composition thereof and improves the combination with oxygen, thereby improving the oxidation power of the fuel.

Description


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  DEVICE FOR LOWERING C02 AND N02 EMISSIONS AND THE CONSUMPTION OF
The present invention relates to a device making it possible to put magnets or electromagnets face to face inside a tube and / or box and / or any form of conduit allowing the translation of iiqide material. u carbonated and / or powdered while remaining in direct contact with these fluids.



  The purpose of this invention is to lower the emission rates of CO2 and NO2 resulting from Ea mns4mmatioa of hydrocarbons and derivatives to improve the torque and decrease the fuel consumption on all types of burner engines or any other system using any fuel.



  For many years the use of magnetic fields has been known for its beneficial properties on the consumption of hydrocarbons.



  In the United States, several patents have published those interested in this technology; U.S. Patent No. 4,604,498 to Peter KULICH of 08/12/86: a treatment by magnetic concentration of the hydrocarbons passing through pipes. Appropriately oriented magnets are placed inside a sheath having a central opening and which is repaired in at least two parts, allowing them to be fixed around a pipe by small clips; this way of placing the magnets outside the supply piping.



  Many American patents report onque supports in several words. The various systems described in this patent are difficult to place correctly, they require a margin of error and many tests. This assembly system of parts can cause breakage and also corrosion. They are more difficult to install by a single person especially on machines where the fuel pipe is difficult to reach.



  The US patent N 337,148 has the same drawbacks and its fixing system does not guarantee the reliability of the magnetic field. The patent Fr. N 9801568 has certain major drawbacks, indeed its effectiveness is fnacdon of the diameter of the pipe which crosses it, it is therefore difficult to calculate the duration of passage of the fuel in the magnetic field and its SxatieB system can make this te unreliable or even daigw = The patent N 011079 of Didier HENICKE plans to have four magnets in cross around a tube in which it has machined a magnetic chamber in which it makes pass the fuel.

   The magnets are located outside the device and not in contact with the flux at iomssr- In addition, p! acë outside they undergo all thermal shocks which weaken them over time. it uses ferrite magnets since it places them at a thermal resistance greater than 200. These magnets being the weakest of the 3 known magnetizations the ionization cannot in F be powerful enough.



    Operating theory: The operating theory of this invention is based on the use of magnetic fields, whether obtained by crushing with two magnets or electromagnet or by crossing with four magnets or electromagnets and / or any other combination in 6 , 8 and / or any X number of magnet or eloctmagnets arranged in North-North opposition which subject the fluxes crossing their field to the effects of diamagnetism.

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  Diamagnetism: property of substances whose induced food, in general very weak, is in the opposite direction to that of the inducing field. Diarnagnetism applies perfectly to hydrocarbons and their derivatives.



  Consequence: The atoms which have an even number of protons and / or neutrons will have their mniid chaotic spin modified and aligned if they are subjected to a strong external magnetic field. Works of Mr. Félix BLOCH and Edward PURCEL, Nobel Prize in Physics 1946.



  It has been demonstrated by USMANOV (ex USSR) that organic molecules including hydrocarbons and alcohol vapors are very sensitive to diamagtiism and that the scsi effects are preserved some time after the disappearance of the magnetic field. The modification introduced by the magnetic field acts more particularly on certain carbon chains.



  These are aromatic compounds such as benzene, toluene, xylene and / or N-octane which is found in abundance in fuels. These molecules are flat and include a ring of carbon atoms associated with hydrogen atoms which is located outside the ring.



  Let’s take a look at the first of these, benzene with the formula C6 H6. When an INTENSE MAGNETIC FIELD is imposed on a benzene molecule, the electrons are extracted from the carbon atoms of the ring and a non-negligible electrical contact circulates in it caused by the displacement of the electrons. Caci created according to the law of LENZ an electromotive force which is opposed to the forces attaching the atoms of hydrogen to the atoms of carbon. By normal thermal n and mechanical agitation the molecules collide and the hydrogen atoms can tacitly leave the main molecule without their peripheral electron which now circulates in the ring. This creates a positive hydrogen ion.

   This change in ionic behavior is called positive ionization. If the process continues, the carbon atoms are also released.



  The effects of diamagnetism alter the normal process during combustion since additional aydrogen ions tend to combine more easily with the net tones of oxygen. This combination gives water (HO2) and therefore decreases the creation of carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2). Thus the quantity of oxygen which has been used to create these oxides is associated with hydrogen, which increases the catian. of water but reducing the emissions of CO2 and N02 and dXAzo. These oxides having a value. higher, there is less energy absorbed to create them: combustion is therefore more efficient.

   This was highlighted by the results of tests carried out by WAR% ± N SPRING LABORATORY (Environment Laboratory of the British Ministry of Commerce and Industry).



    Description of rînvenutm: The present invention relates to an apparatus intended to receive magnets flat of the m le inside a body and in opposition in order to ionize there Sus qus saddle between them with a maximum of power and eflicacitF due to their proximity to this flow. The principle is to mount abnormal and / or electromagnets inside the body of a device, in direct contact with the flux to be ionized or through a very thin wall glued to the magnetic source so that the temperature of the flux present Magnet physics moderate the heat they face in the ambient environment under the hood.

   This device can be according to its destination composed of various ways in which three essentials have been retained

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 always taking into account the fact that the magnets are mounted inside. The three basic particular embodiments adopted are: t device appearing as a rectangular tube divided into three compartments in the width direction and over the entire length.

   The compartments 1 and 3 are intended to receive the magnets in different and sufficient number depending on the length of the device but arranged so that it is in opposition with the central compartment placed between them (Figure 1a by or ts e r7uX 2 / A device appearing as a tube, the cross section of which represents a cross (FIG. 2a), the 4 branches of the cross are filled by four magnets or electromagnets placed in opposition, the center being reserved for the passage of the flux in this ionization chamber .



  These first two devices are closed at each end by injected flanges and / or end caps glued and / or welded and / or welded and / or clipped and / or maintained by any other means which ensures their total tightness. The tut is slipped into a tube which may or may not be intended to act as a FARADAY cage. Between the device and the tube there may be a layer of air or a vacuum which slows down the transmission of! has ambient external heat.



    3 A third device rather intended for special machines and of a larger size. It consists of two half cylinders in the center of which niches have been used to wir the magnets or electromagnet arranged in opposition. These two half cylinders are hermetically sealed with an O-ring and two rows of bolts, two flanges close the outlet and are screwed at each end of the housing. The whole is slipped into a FARADAY cage and threaded outlets are required on each of these flasks to facilitate connection.

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   GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The device consists of a central device making it possible to receive two magnets by putting them in opposition (figure
1) or four magnets in opposition (Figure 2) by bringing them into contact with the flux to be ionized in order to obtain maximum efficiency. Between these magnets and these electromagnets, a calculated space is left which serves as a magnetization chamber. The central apparatus containing the magnets is embedded in a tube acting or not as Faraday cage depending on the use of the apparatus.



   Between the central unit equipped or not with its Faraday cage and the external tube which can serve as Faraday cage in the case where the central unit is not provided there is an air vacuum intended for brake the ambient heat under the hood. The flux to be ionized being in physical contact with the magnets, it tempers them.



   In Figure 1 the central body which contains the magnets is provided at its periphery with fins allowing it to integrate into the metal tube acting as Faraday cage
In Figure 2 the central body containing the magnets is embedded in a metal Faraday cage from end to end (set aside in the drawing) The whole is slid into a tube. Two flanges are fitted into the body containing the magnets 2 in and on the tube.



   In Figure 3 we clearly see the overflow of the flanges on the tube.



   In Figure 4 the central unit is embedded in the flanges which project from the tube acting as a double sealing plug, both towards the body and towards the tube.



   The flanges are lined with outlet pipettes and / or threaded or non-threaded flanges as required and / or any other means intended to facilitate the entry and exit of the stream.

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  Figure 1 describes: A-Body of the device, provided with external fins, intended to receive the magnets.



  B-Magnets C-Tube acting as Faraday cage D-Flanges E-Pipette tips Figure 2 describes: A-Faraday cage enveloping the body of the device B-Body of the device intended to receive the magnets C-outer tube.



  D-Flanges E-Pipette tips F-Magnets Figure 3 describes: A-Finished device with pipette tips B-Finished device with threaded or non-threaded flange tips Figure 4 describes: A-Device body B -Magnets C-Outer shell acting as Faraday cage D-Flange with pipette or threaded outlets Figure 5 describes: A-Half cylinders B-Magnets C-Niche awaiting magnets D-Flanges with threaded ends E- Outer tube acting as Faraday cage F-Assembly bolts Ci-O-rings H-Flange fixing screws

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 CLAIMS 1 / Device intended to reduce the emissions of C02 and N02, to improve the engine torque and to reduce the fuel consumption on any type of engine and / or burner, and / or any device operating with hydrocarbons and derivatives as an energy source, characterized in that it comprises a body intended to receive magnets and / or electromagnets with axial magnetization in opposition (Figures la? 2as 4a) on which are injected, and / or welded, and / or glued, and / or clipped and / or joined by any other process ensuring a perfect seal between the flanges and the body (Figures 1d, 2d, 3a 3b, 4d)
 flanges filled with pipettes and / or threaded tips and / or any other form of inlet and outlet allowing the translation of the fluid between the magnets in the body of the device.
2 / Device according to claim 1 characterized in that the entire apparatus is placed in a tube intended or not to act as Faraday cage.
3 / Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the flanges provided with end fittings (Figure 3a) or threaded (Figure 3b) and / or provided with any other form intended to be attached to a fuel supply in some form that they are fixed to the body of the device in order to ensure a perfect seal and to allow to create a vacuum between the body and the tube.
4 / Device according to any one of the preceding claims, characterized in that the flange keeps the body of the device securely inside the tube, in the center, leaving the possibility of ensuring a vacuum of air intended to brake the transmission of surrounding heat.
5 / arrangement according to any one of the preceding claims characterized in that the magnets or electromagnets are placed inside a body in opposition so that they can come into contact (and / or through a fine wall) with the fluid to be ionized without loss of charge due to the distance and / or any other obstacle interposed between the magnet and the flux which would physically or remotely brake the magnetic emission power.  <Desc / Clms Page number 7>  
6 / Device according to any one of the preceding claims characterized in that the body consists of two half-cylinders in which it has been arranged niches intended to receive magnets or electromagnets face to face (Figure 4) in direct contact with the flow, these half-cylinders being assembled by two rows of bolts and the flanges held by screws, an O-ring sealing.
7 / Claim according to any one of claims from 1 to 5 ,. characterized in that it comprises a body, a body of cruciform section, each of the branches being furnished with magnets of axial magnetization placed in opposition around a magnetic chamber, allowing the flux to be ionized to transit.
8 / Device according to any one of claims 1 to 5, characterized in that it comprises a body allowing to put face to face and in opposition of the magnets and / or electromagnets between which the fluid can circulate.
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