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President Ohmasa demonstrates his unique electrolysis method.
President Ohmasa demonstrates his unique electrolysis method.

Making Water as Fuel more Feasible


Mr. Ohmasa, president of Japan Techno, has devised a method of producing an unusual hydrogen-oxygen gas that could become an alternative fuel of the future, conceivably replacing gasoline, both due to its burning characteristics as well as its ease of storage and transport.

One patented process developed by Ohmasa uses low frequency vibrations to circulate water without any other stirring mechanism. Such water has reduced surface tension to the point that bubbles do not form in the water when detergent is added to it, though it is being agitated by the circulation. However, it turns out that bubbles are forming, but they are not visible because they are tiny -- on the nano scale.

Ohmasa discovered that if he performs electrolysis on this water solution, that a highly stable H2-O2 gas is formed, subsequently named Ohmasa gas, which exhibits unusual characteristics. For example, Ohmasa gas doesn't explode under pressure, but only recombines when ignited. Also, while oxygen normally liquifies at -183º C, and hydrogen liquiefies at -253º C, Ohmasa gas liquefies at -178º C. Also, the Ohmasa gas does not escape from containers that hold oxygen but not normal hydrogen; it holds its pressure in the container, making storage and shipment feasible. Similar to Brown's Gas, one can wave their hand through the Ohmasa gas torch flame, yet that same flame will vaporize Tungsten in a second.

When Ohmasa gas is burned, its emission is water vapor.

Hence, with this new method, water could conceivably become the energy carrier of choice for energy produced from renewable sources such as solar and wind. Some modifications would likely need to be made to existing engines for it to work well with them, and it would require new tanks (gaseous rather than liquid), and new dispensing orifices.

Contents

About

Official Website

How it Works

Videos

Science Edge Segment from Oct. 2009

  • (YouTube; October 31, 2009)
  • Shows more of the intro than the video below, but not as much of the outro.

Translation into English

Go to http://oriharu.net/jvideo_2.htm#20091029_WBS then click on the "*Download" button in the first line. It shows an English text translation (provided by User:Oriharu to the right of the television coverage shown in the left screen. Note that the file is dated Oct. 29, 2009.

Here is an edited transcription of that text, provided by Sterling D. Allan, Nov. 2, 2009:


Water Gas may have a special molecular structure


Japan Techno, Inc. is in Ohta, Tokyo, Japan.

The president of the company, Ohmasa, made a fluid stirrer that doesn't use rotation of the blade but uses mechanical vibrations of low frequency instead.

The water circulation has good stability.

If you pour detergent into this water, bubbles don't occur. Why?

Ordinary electrolysis makes O2 and H2 gas.

When President Ohmasa did plating work in this stirrer, neither an explosion nor a bubble appeared.

They say that this low frequency vibration breaks water surface tension, so bubbles can't occur.

President Ohmasa got a hunch. He did electrolysis in this 'water of broken surface tension', then Special Water Gas occured. This gas is different from ordinary hydrogen and oxygen gas.

This Special Water Gas can occur only in the low frequency vibration water. The Special Water Gas occurs as micro nanobubbles, which gas is completely different from ordinary hydrogen and oxygen. It provides a safe gas for fuel, which is a combination of hydrogen and oxygen, [which under normal conditions would want to recombine explosively].

Hydrogen gas is a very small molecule, which leaks from most containers easily. But this Special Water Gas has been in a gas cylinder of a fixed pressure for two years.

President Ohmasa says that the ratio of hydrogen and oxygen is 2:1, but its structure must be special.

Ohmasa demonstrates a torch burning Ohmasa gas.
Ohmasa demonstrates a torch burning Ohmasa gas.

Special Water Gas can be used as a fuel for a torch. The temperature is about 700 degrees Celcius, which is a lower temperature [compared to other torches]. But it can burn through an iron plate.

New uses begin to be born.

Dr. Masanori Ito of the University of Tokyo Kaiyoh demonstrates a small engine running on Ohmasa gas.
Dr. Masanori Ito of the University of Tokyo Kaiyoh demonstrates a small engine running on Ohmasa gas.

Dr. Masanori Ito of the University of Tokyo Kaiyoh has succeeded to run a small engine as of July, 2009. The air intake for this engine was closed. It does not require oxygen (from the air) to burn this Special Water Gas. The exhaust is water vapor.

This Special Water Gas doesn't explode under pressure. It is very stable.

It is possible to make societal infrastructure of Special Water Gas instead of gasoline.

President Ohmasa ran liquefaction tests to ascertain the true character of the gas. Normally, oxygen liquifies at -183º C, and hydrogen liquiefies at -253º C. However, this Special Water Gas liquefies at -178º C.

President Ohmasa says:

"I don't know the certain molecular structure, but we get a second water [type] on the Earth. All internal-combustion engines and generators can [conceivably] use this water fuel, exhausting water vapor. We want to make the water fuel that saves the Earth."

It's likely, though, that this technology may yet met resistance from the mental blocks that exist.

Water fuel does not produce harmful exhaust. It is a clean source of energy.

Japan Tech Inc. is going to test a bigger four-cycle car engine next month (November, 2009). If it succeeds, a new fuel will be born.

Costs

list here

Features of OHMASA-GAS

Quoting from http://www.ktpc.or.jp/kp/101600/product-16.html with some editing

  • Ignition and burning is stable and quiet
  • Hydrogen atoms in the flame and the presence of OH radicals.
  • The raw gas is molecular hydrogen, atomic hydrogen in addition to oxygen, such as the presence of oxygen and deuterium.
  • Is safe to compress the gas mixture.
  • 100-200 and the pressure to secure "mixed gas" state.
  • Even in long-term storage, "composition and energy" shows essentially no change.
  • Plenty of water (70 percent) even with the oil emulsion containing a possible burn completely.
  • Vaporizes metal tungsten in about one second.
  • To demonstrate the high-energy "conversion element" in the possibility of a lot of attention is the creation of new industry expectations.
  • Can be expected as energy nanotechnology manufacturing.
  • Raw energy and "water" and "infinity", and completely clean energy.

Applications of OHMASA-GAS

Quoting from http://www.ktpc.or.jp/kp/101600/product-16.html

  • High-energy fuel cell (from small to large)
  • High-performance large-scale power plant (including gas turbines)
  • Nanotechnology, energy production (Purazama replacement)
  • Creation of new industries as energy
  • Aircraft, marine power sources
  • Heat of a difficult waste incinerator for
  • Alternative fuel gas
  • Steel, other metal cutting (for acetylene gas substitution)

Independent Testing

list here

Patents

International Patent Wo 03/048424A1

See Espacenet > Japan Techno Co

Hydrogen-oxygen gas generator...

  • AU2002255298 (B2); Hydrogen-oxygen gas generator and method of generating hydrogen-oxygen gas using the generator; 2006-12-14; JAPAN TECHNO CO LTD; OMASA RYUSHIN
Abstract 
A hydrogen-oxygen gas generator comprising an electrolytic cell, and electrode group formed from an anode and a cathode mutually installed in that electrolytic cell, a power supply for applying a voltage across the anode and cathode, a gas trapping means for collecting the hydrogen-oxygen gas generated by electrolyzing the electrolyte fluid and a vibration-stirring means. The gas trapping means is comprised of a lid member installed on the electrolytic cell, a hydrogen-gas extraction tube connecting to the hydrogen-oxygen gas extraction outlet of that lid member. A vibration-stirring means for stirring and agitating the electrolytic fluid is supported by support tables. The distance between the adjacent positive electrode and negative electrode within the electrode group is set within a range of 1 to 20 millimeters. The vibration-stirring means is comprised of vibrating motors vibrating at 10 to 200 Hertz, and vibrating within the electrolytic cell and unable to rotate are attached to a vibrating rod linked to the vibrating motor.

WATER MODIFYING METHOD

Abstract
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a new water modifying method for making a component in water rich and also increasing its content. ; SOLUTION: The component in water is made rich and also its content is increased by carrying out vibrating agitation of water in a storage tank 1 by providing a vibrating blade 8 with high-frequency vibration of 100 Hz or higher using a vibrating agitation apparatus comprising vibrating agitation means for vibrating agitation of water in the storage tank 1 including the storage tank 1 for storing water, vibration generating means containing a vibrating motor 2, a vibrating rod 7 to be vibrated in connection with the vibration generating means and the vibrating blade 8 fixed on the vibration rod 7 with one stage or a multi stage, and an inverter 35 for adjusting such that the vibration motor 2 can generate the high-frequency vibration of 100 Hz or higher.

Fuel Battery...

  • US2007003803 (A1); Fuel for fuel battery, fuel battery, and power generating method using same; JAPAN TECHNO CO LTD; 2007-01-04
Abstract 
A single cell comprising a fuel electrode, an air electrode, and an electrolytic layer or hollow layer interposed between those electrodes, or a fuel cell comprised of a stack of these single cells, wherein a supply port is formed on the fuel electrode side for supplying a hydrogen-based/oxygen-based mixed gas obtained by electrolyzing an electrolyte fluid by agitating and stirring and collecting the resulting gas; moreover the fuel electrode to which the hydrogen-based/oxygen-based mixed gas is supplied is gas-permeable. The hydrogen-based/oxygen-based mixed gas contains H, H2, H3, and/or HD, OH, <16>O, and O2.

Other Japan Techno Co Patents

See Espacenet > Japan Techno Co

  • CN101010261: Neutral electrolytic water, neutral electrolytic water production method and device thereof; 2007-08-01. A device and method are provided for producing neutral electrolytic water usable in a wide range of fields and stable over long periods of time. In this invention, neutral electrolytic water is produced by an electrolysis process that applies a voltage of 1 volt to 30 volts, and current density of 5A/dm<2> to 300A/dm<2>, from a direct current or pulsed current, to a liquid for processing comprised of water and at least one type of salt selected from a group consisting of NaCl, KCl, and CaCl2 while vibrating that liquid at an amplitude from 0.01 to 15 millimeters at a period between 10 Hertz and 200 Hertz.


  • KR20010049323: VIBRATION FLOW AGITATOR OF FLUID; 2001-06-15. PURPOSE: To provide a vibration flow agitator having a new vibration absorbing means not substantially using a metal spring. CONSTITUTION: In a vibration flow agitator of fluid containing a vibration flow agitating means consisting of a vibration generator including a vibration motor and a vibration blade pert non-rotatably fixed to vibration bars of one stage or multiple stage vibrating in an agitation tank, linked with it, the vibration motor can generate vibration at arbitrary frequency of 10-500 Hz by an inverter. And in the connecting part of the vibration generator and the agitation tank, a vibration absorbing member consisting of a rubber plate 2 or laminated material 3 of the rubber plate (planar rubber) and a metal panel 1 is installed.

Profiles

Japan Techno Co., Ltd.

See http://www.ktpc.or.jp/kp/101600/gaiyou

Japan Techno Co., Ltd. seeks to combine their creativity to produce new products that are better and cheaper. They intend to produce a 21st-Century "next-generation plant".

Inventor: Ohmasa

Image:Ohmasa photo 150.jpg

Coverage

Scientific Literature

  • Development of new Energy Source as an Alternative Energy Source of Hydrogen - Oxygen-Hydrogen Mixing Atomic Symmetrized Aeration-Gas, which is formed by the electrolysis of water under a specific condition of vibrated agitating flow, is different from ordinary gas produced by electrolysis, and thought to have extremely special properties. The OHMASA-GAS is expected to be used as a new and safe energy source such as the replacement of a hydrogen fuel battery. This paper reports the basic properties and the possible future application for fuel batteries while demonstrating the safety and stability of OHMASA-GAS. (Science Links; 2006)

In the News

  • Featured: Hydrogen / Water > as Fuel > Electrolysis / Nanotechnology >
    Ohmasa Gas makes water as fuel more feasible - Mr. Ohmasa, president of Japan Techno, has devised a method of producing an unusual hydrogen-oxygen gas by using low frequency vibrations to circulate the water upon which electrolysis is run, creating a highly stable H2-O2 gas called Ohmasa gas which exhibits unusual characteristics. For example, Ohmasa gas doesn't explode under pressure. (PESWiki; Nov. 2, 2009)

Other Coverage

Comments

See Discussion page

  • Feel free to view/post comments at our Examiner.com version of this story.

Brown's gas is the same as Ohmasas gas

On September 15, 2010, George Wiseman wrote:

Brown's Gas contains what is being referred to as Ohmasa gas (an expanded form of water that is not steam). I call Electrically Expanded Water (EEW), for sure.

If Ohmasa gas contained no H2 or O2 then it would not the same as BG. However, Ohmasa gas does contain monatomic and diatomic Hydrogen and Oxygen so I would definitely call it a form or variant of BG.

BG can be pressurized too, just like the claims of SG gas and Ohmasa gas. BUT they ALL are self-igniting under certain conditions so are inherently unsafe for high pressure operation in public use.

BG shows all the characteristics, including health enhancement, that Ohmasa gas does. I can see nothing that is uniquely different.

The only unique thing I see that Mr. Ohmasa has done is stir the water with frequencies in the 100 Hz range to keep the bubbles small. Our BG Electrolyzers already do that (since 1991) by using pulsed DC (50 or 60 Hz full wave rectified) from our simple, super efficient, capacitive power supplies.

I have not seen a gas analysis showing the percentages of water vapor, EEW, H, H2, O, O2 in Ohmasa gas; so I can't make a direct comparison with BG.

I have not yet seen the efficiencies of Mr Ohmasa's electrolyzers (ours are now independently verified to be under 2 watt-hours per liter of gas produced).

http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Ohmasa_Gas_by_Japan_Techno_Co.,_Ltd.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUPE0Z9V82E
http://www.rexresearch.com/ohmasa/ohmasa.htm
http://sciencelinks.jp/j-east/article/200612/000020061206A0414398.php

May the blessings be.

George Wiseman
wiseman {at} eagle-research.com

Contact

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