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http://blogs.inquirer.net/insidescience/2008/11/19/filipino-inventor-turns-used-oil-to-fuel/
November 19, 2008

Filipino inventor turns used oil to fuel

by

Anna Valmero
 
Can used oil be recycled as fuel for vehicles?

“Yes,” according to Teodorico Badua, the inventor of a so-called “fuel energy saving device.”

This device, he says, transforms used oil and other combustible liquid waste into flammable gas that can be added to the engine fuel, which can translate to fuel savings of up to 30 percent.

This La Union-based inventor says the device harnesses the energy from used oil by heating the combustible liquid waste into a gas generator. This process then generates fuel vapor that can be used for gasoline-based engines.

The device has been tested to work with used cooking oil, engine oil and washing fuel, the Filipino inventor says.

“The device promotes safe disposal of combustible liquid waste into the combustion chamber of the engine, which burns it as fuel,” says Badua.

 The device is vying for the Tuklas (Most Outstanding Invention) category along with other novel inventions. It will be on display at the National Inventors’ Week exhibit at the Philippine Trade and Training Center until November 21.

Badua has been working with vehicle engines since 1962. Seeing the load of used oil disposed as waste and hearing stories about waste disposal problems and the irreversible environmental impact of used oil, Badua says he started exploring how waste products, especially used oil, can be disposed in an eco-friendly manner and if possible, harness it further as fuel.

The idea for the invention came while he was working in a power plant years ago. A co-worker added gasoline into the engine but some of the oil was converted into vapor because of an engine malfunction they discovered later. Despite this malfunction, he notices that the machine run faster.

“I was inspired to develop a machine that can do this for used engine oil,” says Badua.

It took Badua two years to develop the device. It became a project he did after work or during weekends. He already has invested about P100,000 for the development of the device.

He tested his invention on a 1994 vehicle and was able to see increased engine power, torque and speed, which allows for longer mileage in every liter of fuel consumed.

The lubricity of the gas oil reduces friction and heat between pistons and cylinders that also pronged engine life, he adds.

Benefits for the environment include reduction of hydrocarbon and carbon monoxide exhaust emission in the atmosphere, as well as promotion of oil recycling to protect water resources from contamination, he says.

“From processing a liter of used oil, you get several grams of sediments, which is a big help in reducing unnecessary disposal of waste oil,” he adds.

With his invention, Badua says Filipinos should also learn how to extract from their experiences valuable lessons that can be developed into solutions to problems. For Badua, who finished a vocational course in diesel mechanics, inventing the fuel energy saving device shows that every Filipino can be an inventor.







US2009282827
Speed Booster Gas Saving Device


In the present invention disclosed an speed booster gas saving device that recovers exhaust energy of internal combustion engine, wherein the exhaust force and the heat energy of exhaust gases that is wasted is utilized, to superheat a device to transform water instantly into steam energy upon injected inside in addition to the exhaust force to drive a rotor blades connected to the propeller shaft or to the differential gear, to increase the driving torque, power and speed of a moving vehicle in addition to the engine power to reduce fuel burning and emission of exhaust in the environment.

FIELD OF THE INVENTION

[0001] The present invention relate to an speed booster gas saving device, that recovers exhaust energy of internal combustion engine to save fuel, wherein the exhaust force and the heat energy of exhaust gases that is wasted, is utilized to superheat a device to transform water instantly into steam energy upon injected inside, in addition to the exhaust force to drive a rotor blades connected to the propeller shaft or to the differential gear to increase the driving torque, power and speed of a moving vehicle, in addition to the engine power to gain more mileage with less fuel burning and emission of exhaust in the environment.

[0002] The technology of the invention can also applies in the industrial sector especially in power generating plant and airline facilities to utilize the heat energy of exhaust gases of the turbine engine, to transform water instantly into steam energy upon injected inside in addition to the exhaust thrust of the turbine engine, to increase generating capacity or speed of an airplane. Carrying water on board in an airplane is not a problem, though waste water can be injected inside the superheated chamber to produce steam energy in addition to the exhaust thrust.

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION

[0003] In the internal combustion engine, the exhaust gas flowing out from the engine is a by-product of combustion after power stroke that has a remaining energy, the pressure, and heat, that is wasted as it flows out in the atmosphere. Although the exhaust pressure (force) is used to drive a turbo charger, the purpose is to increase the engine power to carry a heavier load by increasing the volume of air inside the combustion chamber for a higher compression to introduce more fuel during combustion to produce more power, but the exhaust energy remain as waste as it flows out and becomes more and greater in the processed.

[0004] Conservation of energy is the core concept of the invention, wherein the exhaust energy wasted is converted into mechanical energy in addition to the engine torque to increase speed of a moving vehicle to achieve a greater distance with less fuel burning and emission of exhaust of internal combustion engine to reduce air pollution in the environment.

SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION

[0005] The present invention relate to an speed booster gas saving device more particularly to the method of converting exhaust energy into mechanical force to save fuel of internal combustion engine, wherein the exhaust force and the heat energy of exhaust gases wasted is utilized to superheat a device, to transform water instantly into steam energy upon injected inside in addition to the exhaust force to drive a rotor blades connected to the propeller shaft, or to connect the rotor blades to a differential gear to drive the rear wheels of a front wheel driven car in addition to the engine force to increase the driving torque, power and speed of a moving vehicle to save fuel consumption and emission of exhaust in the environment.

[0006] The method is consist of enlarging a portion of the exhaust pipe connected directly in the exhaust manifold of an engine, to encased inside a tubular stainless steel steam chamber to be superheated by the flowing hot gases that bears a temperature of 650° F. to 950° F. to transform water instantly into steam energy upon injected inside, by a water feed pump in a nozzle jet inserted horizontally on the steam chamber that taperedly closed at the upper end, having an opening on the opposing end below for the steam generated to discharge out, in addition to the exhaust force flowing on the exhaust pipe leading to the driven rotor blades connected to the propeller shaft inside a housing enclosure in addition to the engine torque to increase speed of a moving vehicle. With the rotating motion of the rotor blades, the exhaust gases flows continuously out in the housing enclosure exhaust outlet connecting the exhaust pipe into the atmosphere.

[0007] To adapt the rotor blades in the propeller shaft, the cross-joint yoke is modified by replacing the yoke of the transmission gear sleeve coupling with a connecting flange, and securely fastened to the transmission gear power output shaft with an screw bolt on the shaft center end for the rotor blades a fixed axis when adapted, with a four connecting bolts together with the velocity joint in replacement of the cross-joint to drive the propeller shaft.

[0008] The rotor blades housing enclosure is firmly attached to the transmission gear housing end with supporting bars connected to each other, to secure the rotor blades housing body with a side cover to enclosed the rotor blades inside. On the inlet exhaust pipe connected on the housing enclosure exhaust inlet, a heat expansion joint is connected to protect the driven blades from thermal expansion of the exhaust pipe, and also a by-pass exhaust valve is connected across the housing enclosure exhaust inlet pipe and exhaust outlet pipe that open in time the vehicle stops on traffic lights or somewhere, and when the vehicle is shifted in reverse gear, to allow the exhaust to flow freely to prevent the engine from suffocation. The speed booster gas saving device is provided with a water supply and control system. From the tank, a water supply tube is connected to the water feed pump suction side. The pump is electrically operated on and off through a control switch mechanically actuated through the engine accelerating mechanism, to control the flow of water into the water nozzle jet inserted horizontally inside the water transforming device, to minimize using water especially when the vehicle is running down hills that the engine power is not much needed, to save water to carry less volume on board.

[0009] This invention does not affect nor bear damage to the engine, since the technology of the invention is applied outside the engine body, on the exhaust discharge line to recover the exhaust energy wasted to convert into mechanical energy in addition to the engine torque to save fuel of internal combustion engine and to reduce exhaust emission in the environment.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWING

[0010] FIG. 1 is an schematic partially cut-out view of the enlarged exhaust pipe representing the water transforming chamber inside and the driven rotor blades in an open enclosure to illustrate their relationship and function in accordance to the principle of the invention.

[0011] FIG. 2 is a cross sectional view of the driven rotor blades inside in a housing enclosure to illustrate how it is adapted in the vehicle in relation in the recovery of exhaust energy.

[0012] FIG. 3 is a cross sectional view of the water supply and control system of the speed booster gas saving device.



DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE INVENTION

[0013] In drawing FIG. 1, the arrow represent the direction of exhaust flow from the engine to the enlarge portion of the exhaust pipe (1) to be connected in flange (2) in the exhaust manifold of an engine is seen partially cut-out to present the water transforming device tubular stainless steel steam chamber body (3) taperedly close at the upper end (4) with support plate (5) inside. The tapered end is to allow the exhaust gases to flow smoothly where the water nozzle jet (6) is inserted horizontally a little below on its side, with a water delivery tube (7) connected from a water feed pump (31) FIG. 3. On the opposing end below of the steam chamber body is slightly reduced in size for steam discharge opening (8) in which the enlarged portion of the exhaust pipe lower end is gradually reduced to the exhaust pipe (9) original size to placed a heat expansion joint (10) to protect the driven rotor blades (11) inside the housing enclosure (12) from thermal expansion of the exhaust pipe connecting housing enclosure exhaust inlet (13) and exhaust outlet (14) in flanges. The device is also provided with exhaust by-pass valve (15) connected across the housing enclosure exhaust pipe inlet (9) and exhaust pipe outlet (16) to allow a continuous flow of exhaust gases to prevent the engine from suffocation in time that the vehicle stop on traffic lights or somewhere and when the vehicle is shifted in reverse gear.

[0014] In drawing FIG. 2, is seen that the rotor blades (11) is inside in the housing enclosure (12) that firmly attached on the transmission gear housing end (17) with supporting bars (18) connected to each other in screw bolts (19), in the opposite side is the housing enclosure side cover (20) with a fastening bolts (21) around. Inside, said rotor blades is adapted in a modified cross joint yoke by replacing the yoke in the transmission gear sleeve coupling (22) with a connecting flange (23) and securely fastened with screw bolt (24) on the transmission gear power output shaft (25) center end, to adapt the rotor blades and the velocity ball joint (26) together, with a connecting bolts (27) for the rotor blades a fixed axis during operation. Said velocity ball joint with a flexible dust guard (28) is in placed of the cross joint to drive the propeller shaft (29).

[0015] In FIG. 3, is seen from the water supply tank, a water suction tube (30) is connected on the water feed pump (31) suction side. The pump is electrically operated on and off through a control switch (32) mechanically actuated through an spring link (33) connected in the engine accelerating mechanism to control the flow of water into the water nozzle jet (6) inside the water transforming chamber through the water delivery tube (7) with a pressure control valve (34) connected on the water return tube (35) to the water supply tank. The on and off water control system is to save water carried on board especially when the vehicle is running down hills that the engine power is not much needed to carry less volume onboard.




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