Alcohol-Vegetable Oil-Water Fuel


From Modern Mechanix and Inventions

Serious rivalry is being offered the corner filling station by the kitchen water faucet of Baron Alfred Coreth following his invention of a new fuel for his automobile.

The new fuel, called Corethstoff, after its inventor, is composed largely of water and raw alcohol and can be used in any type of internal combustion motor without alteration of engine or carburetor. It is not only cheaper to produce than gasoline, but goes 20 percent farther as well, the inventor claims.

Because of its non-explosive and practically non-inflammable qualities, Corethstoff is being considered as an airplane fuel.
The Straits Times, 23 September 1935, Page 20,2466066&hl=en
The Pueblo Indicator - Jan 4, 1936


Procédé de préparation d'un combustible

Process for the preparation of a fuel.

It is already known to use an alcohol mixture of benzene and water as fuel, especially for internal combustion engines.

These alcohol-based mixtures do not admit that the incorporation of a relatively limited amount of water.

The present invention relates to the kind of fuel preparation above, but with a high content of water; it involves taking raw alcohol with impurities (empyreumatic oil) serve as intermediaries for the dissolution and allow a higher water absorption, at least 10%.

However, it is advantageous to add as much water as the mixture can take unperturbed.

It was also recognized that the use of oils of wood or of wood spirit oils, that is to say, by-products of the rectifying wood spirit, is very advantageous to replace benzol or part of the benzene.

Oils of wood or wood spirit also contain oils rich alcohols (butyl alcohol, isoamyl alcohol, propyl alcohol) and rich ketones, which, as amyl alcohol, promote the absorption of water.

The mixtures of the type described: benzene (replaced in whole or in part of wood oil or its homologs), crude alcohol (85 [deg]) and water, however, can still be added to other fuels which may, themselves, be less rich or unusable, and allow no addition of water.

These fuels are, for example, vegetable oils (rapeseed oil or other), shale oils, some kinds of tar oils, paraffin oil, gas oils, suntan oil and other products of distillation of lignite tar, etc.

When using oils directly soluble in alcohol, can be dispensed with benzol.

In the employment of additional materials, adjust the proportion of benzene or its homologues (wood oil), raw alcohol and water, if necessary complementing empyreumatic oils of raw alcohol, so to be incorporated into the mixture the appropriate amount of additional materials.

EXAMPLE 1 Crude benzole, 40 to 45%; crude alcohol (85 [deg]), 40 to 45%; water, 10 to 20%.

Example 2 - Benzene, 5%; tung oil (wood spirit oil), 35 to 40%; crude alcohol, 40 to 45%; water, 10 to 20%.

Example 3 - Wood Oil (oil wood spirit), 40 to 45%; crude alcohol, 40 to 45%; water, 10 to 20%.

Example 4 - Paraffin oil 10%; benzo, 50%; crude alcohol (85 [deg]), 30%; water, 10%.

Prepared fuels in accordance with the present invention are advantageous under the economic report and offer the following advantages: the cylinders of internal combustion engines is not calaminent; combustion takes place with a very low heat while providing at least as much power as when burning gasoline; engines are running, whatever happens, without knocking and exhaust gas has no odor.

Förfaringssätt för framställning av ett bränsle

Verfahren zur Herstellung eines Brennstoffes.


Verfahren zur Herstellung eines Brennstoffes.

Verfahren zur Herstellung eines Brennstoffes.

Verfahren zur Herstellung eines Brennstoffes.

Verfahren zur Herstellung eines Brennstoffes.

Method and device for producing a fuel mixture, in particular for internal combustion engines.

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