AquaCharged Biodiesel Multi-Stage Combustion
AquaCharged Biodiesel transforms the soot shell formation with the assistance of water vapor/steam.
Water vapor/steam converts the soot/char into carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrogen gas.
Through the "Micro-Explosion Phenomenon" an increase in fuel burn is now possible during the combustion cycle.
The formation of the SOOT shell during the combustion cycle of a diesel engine regulates the diesel fuel in the shell to fully combust, thus reducing the fuel efficiency.
SOOT Shell Conversion by Water Vapor/Steam
AquaCharged Biodiesel reduces soot shell formation hence increasing fuel efficiency.
Water aids in an increased heating rate by a factor of about 1.5x, causing the piston to descend much quicker in naturally aspirated diesel engine (non-turbo equipped). For turbocharged diesel engine the heating rate is increased even more by a factor of 2x.
Soot is unburned fuel from the combustion cycle and a sign of inefficient combustion. Another byproduct of unburned fuel during the combustion cycle is an increase in hydrocarbons (HC), a greenhouse gas.