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The purpose of this blog is to interact in a public discussion on the subject of the En-Sense Solutions “*DWI-ICSE System” as a revolutionary ‘New’ address to hydrocarbon internal combustion engines, their inefficient fuel use and excessive pollution emissions .

While at the same time, bring into focus the pollution/ energy waste inherent in fuel sourced home heating systems and address that as well.

(*DWI-ICSE = Direct Water Injected Internal Combustion Steam Engine)

Just coincidence?   ….  Or doubly orchestrated waste?

  1. When you buy a gallon of diesel to fuel your car, it is for the “Explosive Energy” which it produces in the engine to propel the car forward, and which is what you are paying for, while the “Heat Energy” is just discarded to the cooling system and down the exhaust or else the motor would get to hot and melt down.
  1. However, when you could use the same gallon of diesel to heat your house you would burn it specifically for its “Heat Content” which it gives up during combustion to heat your home, meanwhile the “Explosive Energy” must be defeated! … since it would damage the combustion chamber because in this case it is not designed to withstand a full impact explosion.

The Solution; The solution is simplistic and it works, for both circumstances as well; let me explain;

  • For the car; the engine is converted to have a water injection system incorporated which capitalizes on the ‘Waste’ Heat once the explosion happens, by the injection of a metered amount of water into the explosion pressure of the cylinder. This water absorbs the heat and as the piston moves down and the pressure in the cylinder drops, the water erupts in a “Steam Explosion” by the time the piston is about half way down the cylinder on the power stroke. This adds 25% volume/pressure on the piston top and subsequent torque to the motor resulting in a 25% increase in energy out put and therefore the 25% increased energy efficiency. The water vapor is recovered from the exhaust gases through condensation by cooling the exhaust gases to below 100ºC because the water needs to be recycled. (Which essentially ‘steam cleans’ the exhaust)
  • In the home; the ‘heating’ fuel is now ‘burned’ in a converted engine just like previously described which is coupled up to an electrical generator. Now as the exhaust gives up its heat to condense out the water vapor, this heat is used to heat House # 1.                   
  • The ‘coincidental’ electricity generated while burning the fuel through the generator to release the heat to heat house #1, is more than adequate to “Electrically Heat” House # 2. (Comparing the same size houses)
  • Add on the 25% in increased fuel efficiency of the ‘converted’ engine, this means it needs to run 25% longer to release the same amount of heat (for house #1 on whose ‘heat demand’ the system runs) which if stored or used for incidental appliances and lighting for both homes would be plenty adequate also.
  • So with this system they could both be off the grid being heat and electrically self sufficient in winter time at least. (Coincidently winter happens to be the most problematic time for electrical grids).

The Green Bonus!

In both applications, weather it is in transportation or in home heating when this system is used ALL 100% of the water soluble Green House Gases as found in Acid Rain from these sources would be entirely removed from their exhaust emissions as well as “Scrub out”  ALL soot particulate and unburned fuel.the_new_car_last_rev

      GHG Reclaim Unit
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In the GHG Reclaim Unit (above and to the right) the “Acid Rain” causing pollution and water is “scrubbed off” by removing the heat through “G” (the condensing/cooling system) with the cooling coil (the cut-a-way shows the ends from red to blue circles surrounding the receiver tank) connected to radiators (i) and (ii) which condenses the steam/condensate inside the receiver tank, back into water/water soluble pollutants in (A), effectively “Steam Cleaning” the exhaust of sulfur dioxide/particulate, and other unburned fuel. The condensate is then filtered at (B) where its acidity is reduced to PH 7 for the water to be reintroduced into the engine at “E” and constitutes the ‘closed loop pollution scrubbing cycle’. All non condensed gas is routed through “F” and out of the tail pipe at “4″.
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With the motivating factor of a 25% in increased fuel efficiency (minimum) to the more than  ‘doubled increase’ in heat energy/fuel efficiency afforded through this in a home heating system as described, it should be all that the free market would need, is to find out about it to demand it, insatiably.

It being green in so many aspects is all just bigger bonus!

What are your thoughts?

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3 thoughts on “Hello world!

  1. Sounds like a very interesting concept… would love to see it in action in a practical application.

    Keep us posted on your progress on this concept as it moves forward!

    • Thank You! Irena Kasischke

      And although you may not know it but we have a prime opportunity to use it right in our back yard! (figuratively) on Haida Gwaii where their primary source for electrical energy is from diesel generators.

      In a recent study (2006) it was determined that with oil at $60 it cost $.26 / kwh to generate the electricity and the return was $.07 resulting in a net loss of over $7 million yearly. (CEP Haida Gwaii)

      Projecting a net operating loss of $10 million plus for 2012 at our current cost per barrel of about $100 then my systems 25% increase in fuel/energy efficiency would result in about $2.5 million in fuel savings, … and tons of pollutants would have been contained rather than emitted. (My Proposal)

      The heat released in doing this would of course all be free!

      Can you imagine?

      Willy Ens.

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