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Internal Combustion Engine

The Gas Combustion Stabilization Process (recycling non-combustible gases) is also applicable to operating an Internal Combustion Engine without changing Engine-Parts since the Gas Retarding Process allows the hydrogen "Burn-Rate to "equal" the "Burn-Rate" of Gasoline or Diesel-Fuel, as illustrated in Figure (2-2).


The engine provides its own non-combustible gases derived from Ambient Air undergoing the gas-combustion process.

Engine temperature remains the same since The Gas Stabilization Process is used.