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A Practical Guide to Free-Energy Devices Author: Patrick J. Kelly
Chapter 10: Automotive Systems
There are two or three main objectives for people who create automotive devices – increasing the mpg
performance and reducing the harmful emissions are the top two priorities, while running the vehicle on water
alone is the aim of a few people.
The first two objectives are readily achievable, but running a vehicle on water alone is not going to happen for
almost everybody. This idea is peddled by con artists who sell worthless “plans”, claiming that these will run a
vehicle on water for anybody who wants to construct these simple devices. This is just not true. You are
welcome to download the "HydroStar" and "HydroGen" plans free from my web site http://www.free-energy-
info.com/P61.pdf and http://www.free-energy-info.com/P62.pdf. However, most experienced people looking at
these plans are convinced that they could not possibly produce enough hydrogen/oxygen gas mix to run an
engine. While I have never heard of anyone, anywhere, ever getting an engine to run on these plans, the present
day science of water is so inadequate, that I am not in a position to be certain that they could not work, and so I
am just highly doubtful as to them being viable devices.
Just before getting on to explain the construction details of practical systems, let me put the running of an engine
on water alone in its proper context. The internal combustion engine which you own has an efficiency less than
50%. This means that at least half of the energy available from the fuel which you use is wasted and does not
produce any useful mechanical output power. In many cases, that percentage can be as high as 90%, but let’s be
generous and assume that your particular engine is especially good and manages 50% efficiency.
The main way of running an engine with water as the only fuel, involves splitting water int