Carr Oxygen Supplemented Combustion

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Modern diesel engines move cargo all over the world and generate electricity. My idea is to use supplemental Oxygen to duplicate the effects of Nitrous Oxide without adding additional Nitrogen. Thus, by using a dedicated Oxygen Generator, you increase combustion and reduce fuel usage.

The Oxygen Generator supplies an additional 13% pure Oxygen to the engine in question to raise the level to 35/36%.

I have included a picture of a Caterpillar EMD 1010 locomotive engine as an example of the type of diesel that this system is envisioned for. The Oxygen Generator is hooked directly to the engine's air intakes, and as this type of engine runs at 1,000 RPM it would use .06 SCFH of Oxygen.

Thank you kindly for your consideration!

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    David Carr
  • Type of entry:
    individual
  • Profession:
    Inventor / Synthesist
  • Number of times previously entering contest:
    2
  • David is inspired by:
    God; Chop Wood, Carry Water.
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