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>> Home > Forum > Anything Website Related > H2O Engine
H2O Engine
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Forum Posts: 24
10th May 2017 15:36  
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Hi MBW people this is my prototype engine for submarines theres a more comprehensive write up about it on my website under EPIC engine

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Forum Posts: 1375
10th May 2017 18:00  
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Like the recycling! 👍
You reminded me that I have small H2O engine kit from the BMW Centre shop here in Munich. Uses Solar power for the electrolysis and it all fits in a model car with IR control. Must try it out sometime 😎

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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 cheers Doug
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 104
10th May 2017 19:32  
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Keep up the good work! I look forward to the day when I just need water and sun to go sailing.


Happy sailing.

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Forum Posts: 381
10th May 2017 22:36  
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Simply Fantastic!

"Fair winds calm Seas"
(Fleet Admiral!)

Forum Posts: 427
16th May 2017 20:07  
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I am left on awe of your work. However your water engine does have exhaust its water! that's why it fills up. Every time you draw in the oxygen hydrogen mix then result of the explosion is water and if you do not figure out how to get rid of it ( feeding back to the reservoir?) your cylinder will eventually fill and you will shudder to a halt.

"that's not a bug its just an undocumented creature."

Sir Terence David John "Terry" Pratchett, OBE (28 April 1948 - 12 March 2015)

Forum Posts: 24
16th May 2017 21:20  
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Praise indeed sir, and I thank you.Yes the design certainly has its problems,long before the cylinder is flooded it shorts out the HT spark plug,I have made a new deflector piston which cants to a small aperture in the cylinder wall which syphons to an expansion tank.Building prototypes is great because you can make most of your mistakes in the MK1 version. Im already tinkering the MK2 into existence with the required modifications.