'Green Heat' Generation
The starting point in investigating the best energy potential
here, was by focusing on where the energy is released. That is within the combustion chamber of the engine, when immediately
after ignition of the fuel/air charge, and during the resulting explosion, ALL
of the heat, light and explosive force are released. It is at this time when the heat energy is released that it can
be most effectively influenced.
Logically, to cause effects in parallel with the engines purpose
of producing torque from the detonation and explosion of the fuel/air mixture on the piston top that drives it downward, would
require a subsequent explosion. And, although the detonation energy from the fuel explosion has dissipated, the heat energy
from combustion is still available, which is harnessed in this case, to cause a further explosion force on the piston. Accomplished
here by supplying a precisely metered amount of water, injected into the combustion cylinder immediately after the fuel charge
has exploded and has exerted its force. As the piston moves down the cylinder to about the halfway point, the expanding volume
causes the pressure to drop and is when the water explodes to steam due to absorbing the heat energy. Thus providing this
subsequent “steam” explosion needed, in parallel to and following the fuel explosion, that increases the engines'
fuel efficiency and energy output.
The exhaust is now composed of the products of the fuel combustion
plus being saturated with the steam from the second explosion, but still contains almost all of the heat originally released.
As the heat is removed for home heating, the resulting condensation of the water vapor in the exhaust condenses and also brings
with it all of the “Green House Gases” (GHGs’) that Acid Rain has in it by falling through our Earths’
Conceivably, the GHGs' are much more effectively “Scrubbed
out ” directly out of the exhaust in the case of the engine though, due to the pollutants immediate confinement, in
higher concentration, and through the enforced condensation.