Thermodynamic Production of Hydrogen
The scientific community has long realized
that water is an enormous natural energy resource, indeed an inexhaustible source, since there are over 300 million cubic miles of water on the earth's surface, all of it a potential source of hydrogen for use as fuel.
In fact, more than 100 years ago Jules Verne prophesied that water eventually would be employed as a fuel and that the hydrogen and oxygen which constitute it would furnish an inexhaustible source of heat and light.
This is a new thermodynamic device to produce hydrogen gas and oxygen gas from ordinary water molecules or from sea water at normal temperatures and pressure. It also is a method for electrically treating water
molecules to decompose them into hydrogen gas and oxygen gas at efficiency levels ranging between approximately 80-100%. The largest drawback to using hydrogen as a fuel is that other methods of producing hydrogen have
been extremely inefficient and usually cost more to produce the hydrogen than the cost of other fuels, but using the thermochemical extraction processes of water-splitting, hydrogen can be easily and
economically produced. A complex electrical wave form is applied to water that is contained in a special thermodynamic device, which shatters the water molecule by resonance into its component molecules--hydrogen an
oxygen. The hydrogen, in gas form, may then be used as fuel; and oxygen, in gas form is used as oxidant. For example, the thermodynamic device may be used as a hydrogen fuel source for any existing heat engine--such as,
internal combustion engines of all types, turbines, fuel cell, space heaters, water heaters, heat exchange systems, and other such devices. It can also be used for the de-salinization of sea water, and other water
purification purposes. It can also be applied to the development of new closed cycle heat engines where water goes in as fuel, and water comes out as a clean exhaust. Plans Only