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WO2018041142A1
WO2018041142A1 PCT/CN2017/099682 CN2017099682W WO2018041142A1 WO 2018041142 A1 WO2018041142 A1 WO 2018041142A1 CN 2017099682 W CN2017099682 W CN 2017099682W WO 2018041142 A1 WO2018041142 A1 WO 2018041142A1
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A magnetization energy conservation and emission reduction method. A magnetic field of 600-8000 GS is applied to fuel. The field direction changes periodically along the flowing direction of the fluid. The fuel flows through a unit acting magnetic field within 0.02-10s, and at least flows through two unit acting magnetic fields. Physical-chemical modification is performed on fuel to improve the calorific value and burning rate of the fuel, and reduce emission of exhaust pollutants. Automobiles can achieve a rate of fuel saving of 2.35-25.8%, and the reduction rate of NO emission of automobiles reaches 94.6%.

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Magnetization energy saving and emission reduction method and magnetized fuel

Cross-reference to related applications

The present application claims priority to Chinese Patent Application No. 201610800027.8, entitled "Method for Magnetizing Energy Saving and Emission Reduction and Magnetized Fuel", filed on August 31, 2016, the entire contents of which are incorporated by reference. In this application.

Technical field

The invention relates to the technical field of fuel and gas energy saving and emission reduction, in particular to a method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction and a magnetized fuel.

Background technique

At present, China's automobile gasoline and diesel consumption accounts for about 55% of the national gasoline and diesel consumption, and more than 70% of the annual new oil consumption is consumed by new cars. The goal of the Energy Conservation and New Energy Vehicle Industry Development Plan (2012-2020) is that by 2020, the average fuel consumption of new passenger cars will reach 5.0 liters/100 kilometers, and the energy consumption of energy-efficient passenger vehicles will reach 4.5 liters. /100 kilometers. Fuel pollutant emissions are the main contributors to the total amount of atmospheric pollutants. In 2014, national motor vehicle emissions reached 6.278 million tons, of which diesel vehicles emitted NOx close to 70% of total vehicle emissions. The problem of energy saving and emission reduction of fuel consumption equipment such as motor vehicles has become a major problem in environmental pollution control; providing an energy-saving and emission-reduction technology that is environmentally friendly, energy-saving and has no secondary pollution is an urgent need for atmospheric environmental pollution control.

The magnetization and fuel economy technology is to let the fuel oil of the motor vehicle pass through the space magnetic field formed by the magnetizer, and then the fuel physical and chemical properties are changed and then enter the combustion chamber to burn, thereby achieving the purpose of saving fuel and reducing emissions. At present, the research in this field mainly focuses on magnetization equipment, and there are few reports on the magnetization process, and it still stays in which indicators of magnetization affecting oil. There are few reports on how to improve the magnetization conditions to improve the combustion effect.

Summary of the invention

A first object of the present invention is to provide a method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction, wherein the method physical and chemical modification of fuel improves the calorific value and combustion rate of the fuel, and reduces the emission of combustion pollutants, especially pollution. Exhaust emissions.

A second object of the present invention is to provide a magnetized fuel which has a high calorific value and a small amount of polluted exhaust gas.

In order to solve the above technical problems, the present invention provides the following technical solutions:

A method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction, applying a magnetic field of 600-10000 GS to a fuel, and flowing the fuel through the magnetic field The time is 0.02-10 seconds,

The fuel is fuel or gas, preferably diesel, gasoline or gas. Further, a method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction, applying a magnetic field of 600-8000 GS to the fuel, and the time for the fuel to flow through the magnetic field is 0.02-10 seconds; the fuel is fuel or gas, preferably diesel, gasoline or gas .

The time during which the fuel flows through the magnetic field is the time at which the fuel is magnetized, and refers to the ratio of the length of the magnetic field (generally the length of the magnet) to the flow rate of the fuel: L (length) / v (flow rate). In other words, the length of the magnetic field action can also be understood as: the actual trajectory length through which the fuel flows within the range of the magnetic field.

The mechanism by which the magnetic field changes the physical and chemical properties of the fuel is very complicated and there is no single conclusion. The mechanism of guessing is that the fuel or gas enters the combustion chamber first through the magnetizer, cutting the magnetic field lines of the magnetic field formed by the magnetizer, and the fuel or gas molecular clusters are dispersed by the steady state under the combined action of the magnetic field and the induced potential generated by the cutting magnetic lines. In the metastable state, the macromolecular group structure changes to a small molecular chain structure, and the fuel and gas molecular group tends to increase. In addition, the fuel, gas and oxygen are more evenly mixed, the contact surface is increased, the oxygen-enriched combustion is realized without changing the intake air amount, and the combustion efficiency is improved, thereby reducing fuel and gas consumption while reducing pollutant emissions. The schematic diagram of the contact between the fuel and the air before magnetization is shown in Fig. 1. The schematic diagram of the contact between the magnetized fuel and the air is shown in Fig. 2.

The invention focuses on the influence of magnetization conditions on the fuel combustion effect, and mainly focuses on the flow dynamic oil, and finds that the fuel is subjected to a magnetic field of 600-8000 GS, and the combustion performance of the fuel is greatly improved when a certain flow rate and duration are applied. Compared with before magnetization, fuel consumption is reduced by 10.61% or even as high as 17%, HC emissions are reduced by about 25%, and NO emissions are reduced by 52.7% or even as high as 94.6%.

The magnetic field of the present invention may be magnetized in any direction, preferably perpendicular to the flow direction of the fuel, with the highest magnetization efficiency.

In addition, the use of a three-dimensional magnetic field ensures that the magnetization of the fuel is more uniform, and the direction of the magnetic field (but always perpendicular to the direction of fuel flow) and/or field strength can be constantly changed in a plane perpendicular to the direction of fuel flow to make the magnetization more thorough. The variation law of the three-dimensional magnetic field is preferably such that the frequency of change is 0.35-10HZ. For example, the N\S pole alternates periodically. Compared to a three-dimensional magnetic field, another magnetic field is a relatively common magnetic field whose magnetic field direction is constant and the magnetic field strength is kept constant.

Further, the frequency of the change is 1-10 Hz; further, the frequency of the change is 5-10 Hz.

The magnetization method of the present invention is more suitable for current magnetization and is suitable for all fuels and gases, especially gasoline and diesel. Taking a car as an example, it is faster and more efficient to magnetize the fuel before it enters the combustion chamber.

The gasoline is preferably gasoline No. 90, No. 93, No. 95 or No. 97, more preferably No. 93 gasoline.

Diesel is preferably No. 5, No. 0, No. 10, No. -20, No. 35, No. -50 diesel.

The type of fuel used is different, the fuel injection speed and power requirements are different, and the conditions of magnetization can be adjusted according to this. Magnetized strip Components include, but are not limited to, the frequency of the direction change of the magnetic field, the strength of the magnetic field, the flow rate of the fuel, and the duration of action of the magnetic field and fuel. The duration of action of the magnetic field and fuel can also be referred to as magnetization time.

The magnetic field strength of the present invention varies with different qualities of fuel. For example, for gasoline, the strength of the magnetic field is preferably 1200-8000 GS, more preferably the central magnetic field 2000-4200 GS.

For diesel fuel, the strength of the magnetic field is preferably 2000-8000 GS, and the central magnetic field strength of the magnetic field is preferably 2000-6000 GS.

In the present invention, in an alternative embodiment of the invention, the fuel flows through the magnetic field for a period of 0.02-5.6 seconds to be more suitable for gasoline No. 93. Further, the time during which the fuel flows through the magnetic field is 0.04-5 seconds. In an alternative embodiment of the invention, the average flow rate of the fuel is preferably from 0.02 to 1.1 m/s.

In addition, the magnetic field of the present invention is preferably divided into two or more unit magnetic fields, that is, the fuel is magnetized in two or more times, and the time of flowing the magnetic field described above is the total duration, and the fuel is magnetized in stages to improve the magnetization. effect. For example, the magnetic field is arranged in two or more unit magnetic fields along the fuel flow direction, and the fuel can sequentially pass through the unit magnetic fields. When the magnetic field is divided into two or more unit magnetic fields, the time flowing through the magnetic field is equal to the sum of the time that the fuel flows through the respective unit magnetic fields. When the magnetic field is divided into two or more unit magnetic fields, the intensity of each unit magnetic field may be the same or different. It may be that the magnetic field direction of the partial unit magnetic field adopts a three-dimensional magnetic field, or all three-dimensional magnetic fields may be used.

The magnetic field used in the present invention can be generated either by a permanent magnet or an electromagnetic field. For example, the magnetic field can be provided or generated by an electromagnet.

The present invention also provides a magnetized fuel produced by any of the above magnetization methods. The magnetized fuel is compared to the fuel before magnetization: viscosity is reduced, density is reduced, and molecular cluster structure is refined. In terms of use effect, the combustion efficiency is improved.

Compared with the prior art, the present invention achieves the following technical effects:

(1) For the flow dynamic fuel, a more optimized magnetization method is provided, which greatly improves the combustion performance;

(2) Provide a more specific method of magnetization for different types of fuels and models.

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In order to more clearly illustrate the specific embodiments of the present invention or the technical solutions in the prior art, the drawings to be used in the specific embodiments or the description of the prior art will be briefly described below, and obviously, the attached in the following description The drawings are some embodiments of the present invention, and those skilled in the art can obtain other drawings based on these drawings without any creative work.

Figure 1 is a schematic view of the contact of fuel and air before magnetization;

Figure 2 is a schematic view of the contact of the magnetized fuel with air.

detailed description

The technical solutions of the present invention will be clearly and completely described in the following with reference to the drawings and specific embodiments, but those skilled in the art will understand that the embodiments described below are a part of the embodiments of the present invention, but not all embodiments. It is intended to be illustrative only and not to limit the scope of the invention. All other embodiments obtained by those skilled in the art based on the embodiments of the present invention without creative efforts are within the scope of the present invention. Those who do not specify the specific conditions in the examples are carried out according to the conventional conditions or the conditions recommended by the manufacturer. The reagents or instruments used are not indicated by the manufacturer, and are conventional products that can be obtained by commercially available purchase.

All magnetization times below refer to the magnetization time of a unit magnetic field, and each embodiment passes through two unit magnetic fields.

Example 1

Magnetization of No. 93 gasoline:

The gasoline is magnetized before it enters the combustion chamber. The magnetic field strength is 600-8000 GS (the central magnetic field strength is 2600 GS), the direction of the magnetic field is perpendicular to the flow direction of the gasoline, and the relationship between the flow velocity of the gasoline and the length of the magnetic field action is L (length) / v (flow rate) = 0.04S (magnetization time). (The length is the length of the magnetic field, and the flow rate is the flow rate of the fuel)

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 1.

Table 1

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Example 2

The difference from Embodiment 1 is that the magnetic field is raised to a three-dimensional magnetic field, which is in a plane perpendicular to the flow direction of the fuel. In order to constantly change the direction of the magnetic field (but always perpendicular to the direction of fuel flow), the law of variation is 10HZ, which is an alternating cycle of N\S poles. The magnetic field strength and other conditions were the same as in Example 1.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 2.

Table 2

Figure PCTCN2017099682-appb-000002

Example 3-5

The only difference from the first embodiment is that the center field strength is different, which are 2000 GS, 5000 GS, and 8000 GS, respectively.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the A-car automatic transmission and the B-brand manual transmission, and the results are shown in Tables 3 to 5, respectively.

table 3

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Table 4

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table 5

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Example 6

The only difference from the first embodiment is that the relationship between the flow rate of the fuel and the length of the magnetic field is L (length) / v (flow rate) = 0.6 S.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 6.

Table 6

Figure PCTCN2017099682-appb-000006

Example 7

Magnetized No. 0 Diesel:

The diesel is magnetized before it enters the combustion chamber. The magnetic field strength is 2000-5000 GS (the central magnetic field strength is 3800 GS), the direction of the magnetic field is perpendicular to the flow direction of the diesel, and the relationship between the flow velocity of the diesel and the length of the magnetic field is L (length) / v (flow rate) = 5 S.

The above magnetized diesel was used for a C-car tractor, and the results are shown in Table 7.

Table 7

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Example 8-9

The only difference from the embodiment 1 is that the types of gasoline are different, and they are No. 90 and No. 97, respectively.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the D brand and the manual transmission of the E brand, and the results are shown in Tables 8 to 9, respectively.

Table 8

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Table 9

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Example 10

The only difference from the first embodiment is that the flow rate of the fuel differs from the length of the magnetic field action, and is L (length) / v (flow rate) = 0.02S.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 10.

Table 10

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Example 11

The only difference from the first embodiment is that the flow velocity of the fuel differs from the length of the magnetic field action, and is L (length) / v (flow velocity) = 10 S.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 11.

Table 11

Figure PCTCN2017099682-appb-000011

Example 12

The only difference from the first embodiment is that the relationship between the flow rate of the fuel and the length of the magnetic field is L (length) / v (flow rate) = 11.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 12.

Table 12

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Example 13

The difference from Embodiment 2 is that the frequency of the magnetic field change is 11 Hz. The magnetic field strength and other conditions were the same as in Example 2.

The above magnetized gasoline is used for the automatic transmission of the A-car and the manual transmission of the B-car. The results are shown in Table 13.

Table 13

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Finally, it should be noted that the above embodiments are merely illustrative of the technical solutions of the present invention, and are not intended to be limiting; although the present invention has been described in detail with reference to the foregoing embodiments, those skilled in the art will understand that The technical solutions described in the foregoing embodiments may be modified, or some or all of the technical features may be performed. The equivalents are not included in the scope of the technical solutions of the embodiments of the present invention.

Industrial applicability

The method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction of the invention physicochemically reforms the fuel, improves the calorific value, the burning rate of the fuel, and reduces the emission of exhaust pollutants. The fuel treated by this method can achieve a fuel saving rate of 2.35-25.8% in automobiles and a reduction rate of automobile NO emissions of 94.6%. The method is suitable for industrial application, such as in the automotive field, or other fields involving fuel combustion.

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  1. A method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction, characterized in that a magnetic field of 600-8000 GS is applied before a fuel enters a combustion chamber, and a time during which the fuel flows through a unit magnetic field is 0.02-10 seconds, and the fuel is fuel or gas. Preferably, diesel, gasoline or gas.
  2. A method of magnetizing energy saving and abatement according to claim 1, wherein the direction of the magnetic field is perpendicular to a flow direction of the fuel; and the magnetic field is preferably divided into two or more unit magnetic fields.
  3. A method of magnetizing energy saving and abatement according to claim 1 or 2, characterized in that the two or more unit magnetic fields are arranged in the fuel flow direction.
  4. The magnetic energy saving and emission reduction method according to any one of claims 1 to 3, wherein the magnetic field is a three-dimensional magnetic field, and the variation law of the magnetized three-dimensional magnetic field is: a periodic change of the magnetic field in a fuel flow direction.
  5. A method of magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction according to claim 4, wherein the frequency of the change is 0.35 - 10 Hz.
  6. A method of magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction according to claim 4, wherein the frequency of the change is 1-10 Hz.
  7. A method of magnetic energy saving and emission reduction according to claim 4, wherein the frequency of the change is 5-10 Hz.
  8. The method of magnetic energy saving and emission reduction according to any one of claims 1 to 7, wherein the gasoline is gasoline No. 90, No. 93, No. 95 or No. 97, preferably No. 93 gasoline.
  9. The method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction according to any one of claims 1-8, wherein the diesel oil is selected from the group consisting of No. 5, No. 0, No. 10, No. -20, No. 35, No. -50 diesel oil. .
  10. The method of magnetic energy saving and emission reduction according to any one of claims 1 to 9, characterized in that the strength of the magnetic field is 1200-8000 GS.
  11. The method of magnetic energy saving and emission reduction according to any one of claims 1 to 10, characterized in that the intensity of the magnetic field is 2000-5000 GS, and the central magnetic field strength of the magnetic field is preferably 2000-4200 GS.
  12. The method for magnetizing energy saving and abatement according to any one of claims 1 to 11, characterized in that the time during which the fuel flows through the magnetic field is 0.02 to 5.6 seconds; and the average flow velocity of the fuel is preferably 0.02 to 1.1 m/ s.
  13. The method of magnetizing energy saving and abatement according to any one of claims 1 to 12, characterized in that the time during which the fuel flows through the magnetic field is 0.04 to 5 seconds.
  14. A method of magnetizing energy saving and abatement according to any one of claims 1 to 13, characterized in that the magnetic field originates from a permanent magnet or the magnetic field is an electromagnetic field.
  15. A method for magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction, characterized in that a magnetic field of 600-10000 GS is applied before a fuel enters a combustion chamber, and a time during which the fuel flows through a unit magnetic field is 0.02-10 seconds, and the fuel is fuel or gas. Preferred for diesel, gasoline or gas.
  16. A magnetized fuel produced by the method of magnetizing energy saving and emission reduction according to any one of claims 1-15.
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