Israeli Company "Engineuity" Develops Car That Makes Its Own Fuel
Iddo Genuth / Aimee Herd reporting : Oct 31, 2005 : IsraCast.com
According to a report by IsraCast, an Israeli company known as Engineuity has invented a car that can produce its own hydrogen fuel.
Using magnesium and aluminum to produce its hydrogen fuel, this "car of the future" may be ready for commercial marketing in about three years time. The report maintains that the system would cost about the same as conventional cars to run, and is emission-free.
An excerpt from the IsraCast site states:
The Hydrogen car Engineuity is working on will use metals such as Magnesium or Aluminum which will come in the form of a long coil. The gas tank in conventional vehicles will be replaced by a device called a Metal-Steam combustor that will separate Hydrogen out of heated water. The basic idea behind the technology is relatively simple: the tip of the metal coil is inserted into the Metal-Steam combustor together with water where it will be heated to very high temperatures. The metal atoms will bond to the Oxygen from the water, creating metal oxide. As a result, the Hydrogen molecules are free, and will be sent into the engine alongside the steam. The solid waste product of the process, in the form of metal oxide, will later be collected in the fuel station and recycled for further use by the metal industry.
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