July 4, 2020

Throwback Thursday: Can A Ferrari Run On Magnegas Without Catalytic Converters?

"Magnegas complete combustion is due to the fact that its flame temperature is about 10,500 degrees F"
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Video of a Ferrari 308 GTSi, running at Moroso International Race Track, Florida, with Magnegas fuel produced by Santilli. Prof. Santilli also used another car a Chevrolet Cavalier again using Magnegas fuel. Both cars had no catalytic converters while meeting all federal exhaust requirement due to Magnegas complete combustion.

Magnecular Combustion

Chevrolet Cavalier used daily by Prof, Santilli with his own magnegas fuel.

Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli [1] has already achieved complete combustion for the new gaseous fuel magnegas in the early 2000’s when he was Chief Scientist of Magnegas Corporation (www.magnegas.com), as documented by the independent chemical analysis of magnegas exhaust showing non-detectable CO and no appreciable HC (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/MG-AAL-combustion-analyses.pdf). This result is first due to the fact that magnegas is composed by the new chemical species of Santilli magnecules [2=5] consisting of clusters of atoms whose bond (called magnecular bond) is “weaker” than that of fuels with conventional molecular bond as a necessary condition to avoid complete combustible. Additionally, Magnegas complete combustion is due to the fact that its flame temperature is about 10,500 degrees F, thus being more than double the flame temperature of any commercially available (see the certification by the City College of New York http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/Magnegas-flame-temperature.pdf), at which temperature CO and HC must burn. Therefore, the complete combustion of magnegas is due to its chemical structure with a bond weaker than that of molecular fuels, a flame temperature more than double that of conventional fuels, and, other engineering realizations.