ACADEMIC REPORTS

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ENGINE TEST REPORT

Title: Fuel Additive Combustion Testing Programme
Conducted by
Coventry University & University of Brighton
Extracted from the Content:
The results indicated that T1 and T2 additives injected at a post-throttle position can reduce the fuel consumption of the engine, particularly evident at part-load, throttled operating conditions. Generally, the addition of both additives significantly affected the combustion phasing resulting in higher net mean effective pressures and improved combustion stability.

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CAR DYNO TEST REPORT

Title: Fuel Additive Evaluation
Conducted by
Daelim Technical R&D Institute &
Exhaust Emission Lab, Inha Technical College
Extracted from the Content:
The additive improves fuel efficiency by 8 ~15% at 40 ~70 km/h with the 4th gear
The additive improves fuel efficiency by 7 ~ 15% at 60 ~120 km/h with the 5th gear
The additive reduces NOx emission by 50%

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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES ANALYSIS

Title: Sprayability and physical properties of Tuireann Energy Ltd nanofluid

Conducted by

NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences

Extracted from the Content:

The combined influence of the particles on permittivity and conductivity created solutions with low electric relaxation time. Which indicates better tendency (when compared to water) to hold charge after atomization.

 

PATENTS

January 25, 2019

UK PATENT APPLICATION

The present invention relates to a composition for a fuel containing fine metal particles and a method of preparing the same, and more particularly, to a fuel additive comprising an alkaline aqueous solution, in which metal particles of several nanometres to several micrometres are dispersed. The present teaching also relates to a method and apparatus for introducing fuel additives into the combustion cycle so
as to improve the efficacy of engines that are using the fuel additive.

January 17, 2020

WO 2020 / 064464 A1

The present invention relates to a combustion additive comprising a colloid or colloidal solution, and to a method of preparing the same. More particularly, the present invention relates to a combustion additive that can be provided in the form of
a fuel additive that is added to the fuel or as a full/partial substitute for water in a water injection application or for incorporation into an air humidification method for combustion. The present teaching also relates to a method and apparatus for introducing such a colloidal solution as an additive into the combustion cycle so as to improve the efficacy of engines that are using the additive. Within the present teaching the terms “colloid” and “colloidal solution” will be used interchangeably.

 

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