HHO: Analysing conventional fuel sources and HHO with respect to energy capacities and their carbon emissions

Jaskaran Singh Sethi & Aparimeya Taneja

Jaskaran Singh Sethi & Aparimeya Taneja
St Columbas School, New Delhi
Title: HHO: Analysing conventional fuel sources and HHO with respect to energy capacities and their carbon emissions.
The research paper focuses on comparisons between conventional fuel sources and HHO and their carbon emissions using an efficient and cost-careful setup. The research paper focuses on comparisons between conventional fuel sources and HHO and their carbon emissions.
The main aim of the HHO torch is to replace the conventional industrial fabrication tools. The problem isn’t what the old hydrocarbon- based torches do, it’s that they leave behind CO2 .
( C 3 H 8 + 5O 2 4H 2 O + 3CO 2 ) HHO, unlike propane, butane, etc. , leaves behind water, which generally gets instantly evaporated, and contributes to rain.
Combustion of hydrogen : 2H 2 + O 2  2 H 2 O (Calculations mentioned in depth in report). The energy produced after combustion of 67 Kg of hydrogen = H 2 — 67000=19162000000 Joules The Science : On a quick glance, people only see the enthalpy rates and think that propane would be more powerful than hydrogen, however, enthalpy is just a ratio of KJ-to-mol-ratio and what comes to the rescue of H2 is its much lighter molar mass.