WaterCar in Philippines


http://www.waterpoweredcar.com/ ; Alex Imreh Files on HHO

http://danieldingel.com/watercar ; Daniel Dingel’s water-powered car traces its development back to 1969, per Philippine newspaper accounts and the inventor’s own claim that he has invested at least thirty years’ worth of work. Dingel has had several cars converted since that time – all his own.
The Daniel Dingel water car is not a fuel-cell car. Fuel cell cars like the new Honda FCX Clarity uses hydrogen gas to produce electricity in a fuel cell, and it is this electricity that powers the car’s electric motor. Also, fuel cell cars are reliant on hydrogen that is pre-extracted using costly methods.
Contrary to its name, Dingel’s car does not burn water. The inventor claims to have designed a process that efficiently maximizes on-demand hydrogen extraction from the electrolysis of ordinarily-available water. It is the hydrogen gas that his car burns directly in the engine’s combustion chamber. The extraction process being on-demand, Dingel’s car does not store hydrogen gas onboard in quantities that pose an explosion risk. Dingel admits that his invention in its early years relied on around 30 cc (mL) of gasoline to start the engine and during idling, but he emphasized that those early prototypes switched to hydrogen once running. Today’s prototype is a dark red Toyota Corolla that no longer needs gasoline to start the engine.

Testing by reputable laboratories have been conducted as far back as the late nineties. In 1998, the Philippine Institute of Pure and Applied Chemistry (PIPAC) at the Ateneo de Manila Campus analyzed the gas output, revealing 45% Hydrogen composition. The year after, the TÜV Rheinland Group through TÜV Rheinland Taiwan Ltd. sent one of its engineers to describe the system.
Recently last May 2008, Mr. Dingel submitted his car for testing at the Philippine Department of Energy. The
findings revealed that the hydrogen reactor produces a gas of 40.41% Hydrogen composition.
The Philippine Government almost started development back in the year 2000, as per
a document for the signature of then President Joseph Ejercito Estrada.

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/watercar/ , http://www4.webng.com/caronwater/yahoo-watercar-and-egaspower-groups.htm;  16134 members/29.10.10, in sept si oct cite 1500 mesaje!!

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VLC project started as a student project at the French École Centrale Paris, in 1996. After a complete rewrite in 1998, it became Open Source. It is now a worldwide project with developers from 20 countries. Since 2009, the project is completly separated from École Centrale Paris, and is backed up by an autonomous non-profit organisation.

http://danieldingel.com/tuvrheinland TÜV Rheinland Group Describes the Watercar : Assumption: The separation of H2O may be caused by a Electro magnetic reaction in the black box. This should not be a chemical reaction. As the inventor Mr. Daniel D. Dingel several times talked about a “reactor” or “separator”, it is suggested the separation by the use of a high electric energy, for example via a condenser or ignition spark. The inventor talked about an easy and simple system. The temperature of the gas and the bubbling water was at about 40 C.

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