Hydro Green Engine
Abstract: This innovative approach relates to the Hydrogen based Internal Combustion engine in which hydrogen is produced
and stored when a vehicle is in the state of motion. This system includes a Sodium Silicide (NaSi) membrane which is used
to separate hydrogen from water at the cheapest cost. When the hydrogen gas is passed through distributor to the Internal
Combustion engine, compressed air is released. As a result the fuel, i.e. hydrogen, burns and there is an ignition in the spark
plug and the vehicle starts. The control circuit is used for controlling the consumption of the burnt fuel which is approximately
needed by the engine to run a vehicle. And the excess amount of unburnt hydrogen is again combined with the oxygen to
produce water. Hence it is clear from the overview that the complete process is recyclable.