Ionizing fuel

Exhaust emissions are the result of incomplete combustion where the stoichiometric chart shows the relationship between emissions and unburned fuel. As more of the fuel is combusted, the emissions go down and efficiency goes up, hence the fuel savings.

When a properly focused magnetic field is applied to a hydrogen-based fuel, the hydrogen is converted from the para- (less volatile) to ortho- (more volatile) state. This potentiates fuel so that the hydrogen attracts and bonds with more of the oxygen (getting the oxygen to bond with the hydrogen is necessary for complete combustion, hence with each AFER Eco-Clamp Fuel System we use the N (negative, North Pole) polarity to make oxygen bond better with the positive, S (South Pole) charge treated fuel). When this happens, we burn more of the fuel and that reduces exhaust emissions and increases the fuels efficiency (better fuel economy and power).

AFER has been in magnetic fluid treatment R&D for over 15 years and through the years we have refined and defined the techniques of the monopolar method of how to treat fluid with duo-pole magnets.

AFER energizes, organizes and polarizes random and clustered fuel molecules by giving them a permanent dipole moment, changing their electron spin and hydrogen’s isomeric para-hydrogen form to a more volatile (combustible) ortho-hydrogen, and giving them an extremely strong and focused charge (positive or negative), which breaks clusters (hydrocarbon associates) apart and organizes their molecular structure. Thus attracting ionically oxygen atoms to the hydrocarbon molecule and creating better oxygen bonding and better fuel oxidation.

Para- to ortho- conversion destabilizes the long molecules which break up easily, become ionized and atomized and show reduced viscosity and surface tension. That means downstream of smaller species of hydrocarbons are found. Reduced surface tension is a consequence of reduced intermolecular forces. It means smaller molecules. Also para- to ortho- conversion results in the reduction in viscosity and surface tension. These are measurable parameters which have been confirmed by science to be reduced.

By applying a properly focused magnetic field to ionize fuel to be fed to combustion chamber we can ensure more complete combustion process, obtaining a maximization of the fuel economy, improve the fuel efficiency and reduce polluting emissions. The air and fuel are subject to the lines of forces from permanent magnets mounted on the air and fuel inlet lines. The magnet for producing the magnetic field is oriented so that its South Pole is located adjacent to the fuel line and its North Pole is located spaced apart from the fuel line. The magnetic field strength must be at a properly selected Gauss level since it may get demagnetized to some extent before reaching the combustion chamber.

Resonant Excitation of Fuel and its Polarization*

A transition between such levels (re-orientation of the magnetic moments of unpaired electrons) as well as the re-orientation of permanent nuclear moments in the magnetic field is caused by the absorption of low energy electromagnetic radiation at an appropriate wavelength.

When the flow and magnetic field parameters are chosen properly the magnetic resonance can appear. Right then one can expect certain modifications of the magnetic properties of the affected medium to take place.

Apart from the resonant excitation of a fuel flowing through the magnetic field there take place the following phenomena and changes: whirling of trajectories of charged and diamagnetic particles, selective ionization, circulatory eddy currents, electric and magnetic fields, changes in the speed and pressure profile, as well as the electrical conductivity of liquids.

Also, additional magnetic moments appear, that arrange electrons at the atomic and molecular level. The hydrocarbon structure loosens up, polarization and arrangement of molecules take place and when the south pole polarization exists, the liquids get charged positively.

The development of research on fuel energizers started during the WW II. As part of the armament strategy specialists from the German industrial and airspace concern, Messerschmitt-Flugzeugwerke worked on a problem of eliminating smoke waft from the exhaust gases left by military aircraft (fighter planes and bombers) engines. As a solution to this problem, they designed a magnetic device (“jet fuel energizer”) consisting of a fire-resistant ceramic element with a hole for the fuel line, around which rod magnets were placed. As a result of heavy testing, the configuration of the magnetic field was found, at which the smoke of the aircraft engine exhaust gases was limited to the bare minimum. Also, the reduced fuel consumption was noted, which, at the time, was regarded as a beneficial side effect.