The seminar report on Fuel Energizer
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What is Fuel?
Fuel is any material that can be used to generate energy to produce mechanical work in a controlled manner. The processes used to convert fuel into energy include chemical reactions, such as combustion, and nuclear reactions, such as nuclear fission or nuclear fusion. Fuels are also used in the cells of organisms in a process known as metabolism. Hydrocarbons are by far the most common source of fuel in current use, but many other substances can be used as well.
What is Fuel-Energizer?
It is established in 1994 by an English Scientist.
In this era of increasing fuel prices, here a device called ‘FUEL ENERGIZER’ help us to Reduce Petrol/ Diesel / Cooking gas consumption up to 28%, or in other words this would equal to buying the fuel up to 28% cheaper prices.
“When fuel flow through powerful magnetic field created by Magnetizer Fuel Energizer, The hydrocarbons change their orientation and molecules in them change their configuration. Result: Molecules get realigned, and actively into locked with oxygen during combustion to produce a near complete burning of fuel in combustion chamber.”
WHAT FUEL ENERGIZER DOES?
More mileage (up to 28% increase) per liter due to 100% burning fuel.
No fuel wastage.
Reduced engine noise.
Faster A/C cooling.
Smooth running, long term maintenance free engine.
30% extra life for expensive catalytic converter.
How does The Fuel Energizer Work?
Most fuels for internal combustion engines are liquid, but liquid fuels do not combust until they are vaporized and mixed with air. Most emissions from motor vehicles consist of unburned hydrocarbon, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen. Unburned hydrocarbon and oxides of nitrogen react in the atmosphere and create smog. Smog is the prime cause of eye and throat irritation, noxious smells, plant damage and decreased visibility. Oxides of nitrogen are also toxic.
THE MAGNETIZER & HYDROCARBON FUEL
The simplest of hydrocarbons, methane, (CH4) is the major (90%) constituent of natural gas (fuel) and an important source of hydrogen. Its molecule is composed of one carbon atom and four hydrogen atoms, and is electrically neutral.
Hydrogen, the lightest and most basic element known to man, is the major constituent of hydrocarbon fuels.
It has one positive charge (proton) and one negative charge (electron), i.e. it possesses a dipole moment. It can be either diamagnetic or paramagnetic depending on the relative orientation of its nucleus spins.
By establishing correct fuel burning parameters through proper magnetic means (Fuel Energizer) we can assumed that an internal combustion engine is getting maximum energy per litre as well as environment with lowest possible level toxic emission.