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Can Electrorheaology Boost Mileage?

Directory page for Electro - Rhealogy technologies and resources.

Rheology is defined as the science of the deformation and flow of matter. This involves the study of what can informally be called "funny fluids" and soft solids. In theory it could include the study of all materials that deform or flow but, by convention, classical (Hookean) elastic solids and viscous (Newtonian) liquids are excluded. Both non-Newtonian and elastic liquids and viscoelastic solids are included in the science.

Resent research by researchers at Temple University in Philadelphia suggest a method by which electrorheology could be used to 'boost fuel efficiency by up to 20%'. Their small device consists of an electrically charged tube that can be attached to the fuel line of a car's engine near the fuel injector. With the use of a power supply from the vehicle's battery, the device creates an electric field that thins fuel, or reduces its viscosity, so that smaller droplets are injected into the engine. That leads to more efficient and cleaner combustion than a standard fuel injector. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/09/080925111836.htm

Overviews

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:"Scientists and engineers are most familiar with single-crystal or polycrystialline field-responsive materials responses typically occurring while the materials remain in the solid state. These materials demonstrate dramatic changes in their rheological properties including yield stress, loss and storage moduli etc. in response to an externally applied electric or magnetic field are known as electrorheological fluid (ERF) or magnetorheological fluid (MRF), respectively." (Jong Hyeok Park and O Ok Park

:In contrast to electro-rheological (ER) fluids, magneto-rheological (MR) fluids:

:Are 20-50 times stronger

:Are significantly less sensitive to contaminants and extremes in temperature

:Can be operated directly from low-voltage power supplies

:MR technology can provide flexible control capabilities in designs that are far less complicated and more reliable than those based on ER technology. (Lord)

Products in the Marketplace

HYDRODRIVE ELECTRONIC CATALYTIC CONVERTOR cum FUEL SYNTHESIZER(Patented in many countries)

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Changes the properties of all fuels-gasoline,diesel,biodiesel,ethanol blends, heavy oil,emulsified fuels and used with several automobiles and engines since 2001.

Secured ASIAN INNOVATION AWARD GOLD IN 2001 from Dow Jones-Far Eastern Economic Review,HongKong.

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Electro rheology cell - The electro-rheology cell allows the characterization of the rheology of samples whilst in an electric field. Typical applications are electro-rheological fluids used for creating a physical resistance, liquid crystals and other electrically sensitive samples.

Companies

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HYDRODRIVE manufactures the patented device based on a novel concept - ELECTRONIC CATALYTIC CONVERTOR for all automobile fuels-Diesel, Leaded and Unleaded Gasoline, Bio-Diesel engines and used as a PRE-COMBUSTION DEVICE in vehicular, industrial ,marine engine's emission control and for engine performance improvements.

The patented ELECTRONIC CATALYTIC CONVERTOR find wide use in the WATER TREATMENT PROCESS such as prevention of scale formation in water and liquids flowing conduits and also in the destruction of algae, e-coli and other bacteria without any chemicals being used in the cooling towers and potable water treatment systems.

The patented ELECTRONIC CATALYTIC CONVERTOR is a low cost HEAT PUMP for the REFRIGERATION CYCLE in altering the Cp/Cv value of the refrigerant gas/liquid and for use as a frost free refrigeration cycle without the addition of a defroster.

The patented ELECTRONIC CATALYTIC CONVERTOR can also be used as a low cost INLINE HEATER for oil and other liquid viscosity control, cloud point enhancer in the diesel and bio-diesel without additives being used during winter, liquid freezing prevention in flow pipes, for ice melting in the automobile glasses in extreme weather conditions and as a low power back up heater for the solar water heating panels during clouds, rainy days and night time.

HYDRODRIVE manufactures systems based on the patented " PROCESS AND SYNTHESIZER FOR MOLECULAR ENGINEERING OF MATERIALS" (U.K Patent No.GB2397782,INDIA Patent No.200286 and rights protected in the USA, CANADA, JAPAN, CHINA, PHILIPPINES and in other countries) for the manufacture of SYNTHETIC HIGH CETANE DIESEL having CETANE INDEX 80 from SVO (Straight Vegetable Oils), Fuel from Algae in Romania and offer technologies and equipments for HYDROBURN WATER FUEL, EXCITED STEAM INJECTED COMBUSTION,HYDROGEN FROM WATER AT ECONOMICAL COST to meet the clean energy and the environmental needs.

The FREE RADICALS generated in the " PROCESS AND SYNTHESIZER FOR MOLECULAR ENGINEERING OF MATERIALS" is found to yield SEVERAL NEW PHARMACEUTICALS and promise economical treatment solution for the deadly cancer and few other ailments.

Lord - Applications include automotive primary suspensions truck seat systems cab suspensions control-by-wire and tactile feedback devices (TFD®) seismic mitigation and human prosthetics.

Malvern Instruments - A leading supplier of particle characterization systems that apply advanced technologies such laser diffraction, Zeta potential and submicron particle size measurement, Non-Invasive Back-Scatter (NIBS®) optics and Image analysis.

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Vilastic Science - "Vilastic Viscoelasticity Analyzers are the most sensitive instruments available for rheological analysis of a wide range of viscous and viscoelastic liquids--even fluids as thin as water--with unparalleled precision." The Vilastic VE System generates a longitudinal oscillatory flow in the channel. The shear stress, strain, and shear rate at the channel walls are determined from measurements of the oscillatory pressure and volume flow.

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