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The combustion burning of hydrocarbon fuels comprises oxygen mediated breaking of the carbon to carbon and carbon to hydrogen chemical bonds, leading to the formation of oxygen to carbon and oxygen to hydrogen bonds; primarily as carbon dioxide and water, respectively. The oxygen gas molecules yield considerable energy during the conversion to carbon and hydrogen bound oxygen atoms. The net energy derived from hydrocarbon combustion is normally regarded as being fully converted into heat, as a form of kinetic energy. In industrial processes, some of the resulting heat is used to raise the temperature of other materials, including water for power generation. Combustion derived heat is also used to provide a localized increase in kinetic energy pressure of gaseous molecules that can be directly converted into mechanical work. This is the principle of combustion driven transportation and many other power generating engines. An emerging concept is that fluids can also possess a transferrable form of kinetic energy that is unrelated to heat. This newly proposed fluid associated, non-thermal kinetic energy is derived from the environment force termed KELEA Kinetic Energy Limiting Electrostatic Attraction. KELEA results in the loosening of the hydrogen bonding between liquid molecules and probably also imparts added motion to the molecules. It is proposed that this added non-thermal kinetic energy is carried over into the combustion products, which can consequently yield increased mechanical work. KELEA also seemingly allows for more complete combustion with reduced levels of unburnt hydrocarbons. KELEA activation of liquid fuels can be accomplished using KELEA attracting and transmitting compounds, including activated fluids, either added into or placed in close proximity to the fuel. KELEA activation of fuels, including gasoline and diesel, provides a simple method to significantly improve the efficiency of their use in power generation and in transportation. The studies are relevant to reducing the current worldwide levels of hydrocarbon usage and environmental pollution.

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Kiko, Mojo, Gasoline, Diesel, Combustion, KELEA, Kinetic Energy, Soliton, Climate Change

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Martin, W. 2016 KELEA Kinetic Energy Limiting Electrostatic Attraction Can Markedly Improve the Performance of Gasoline and Diesel Fuels in Power Generation and in Transportation. Journal of Transportation Technologies, 6, 148-154. doi: 10.4236-jtts.2016.63014.





Author: W. John Martin

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