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Img.135 (aus Eco. cars (#C1)

Img.135 (#C1): Design and basic components of a conventional water dissociator for a "water car" - Szod's curtis.

Symbols: A - anode (A+) releasing oxygen because it is connected to the (B+) terminal of a car battery or alternator, B- and B+ - terminals of a battery or alternator supplying the dissociator with constant electric current, C - cathode (C-) releasing hydrogen because it is connected to the (B-) terminal of the automotive battery or alternator, D - main container of the dissociator, FH - hydrogen outlet at the carburetor air inlet, FO - oxygen escape to the atmosphere, (H) - hydrogen, (O) - oxygen, PH and PO - non-combustible tubes discharging hydrogen (H) and oxygen (O) to water valves (VH) and (VO), S - vertical baffle dividing the upper half of the dissociator (D) into two sub-chambers, T - large water tank, TD - water supply tube from the water tank (T) to the dissociator (D), VH and VO - water valves that cut off any flame that might spread up the (FH) or (FO) lines draining hydrogen (H) or oxygen (O), W - water used as fuel.

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