Gasoline Vaporizer New Design Part 1

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Hello everybody! First thanks for all the support! Thanks for all the questions ideas and comments!

This video is explaining the discoveries I have made while testing my current design. This video also explains my new gasoline vaporizer design.

The design:

I will have a double insulated container. At the bottom of the container I will place an aluminum heat delivering tubing coil. This coil will fill the entire area of the bottom of the container and will be connected to the coolant line which goes into my heater core. As you all know the coolant in the coolant line running to the heater core is beyond its boiling point, this will heat the gasoline up to its vapor point. After this aluminum coil is installed I will place an aluminum heat exchanging plate on top of the aluminum heat delivering tubing coil and weld it to the side of the container sealing it off. At the top of the container I will have a removable lid. On the lid I will mount 2 elbows one for the air inlet and one for the air/gasoline vapor outlet. Along with these air inlet and outlet fittings I will connect a 1/4" compression float valve which will allow me to connect the 1/4" aluminum fuel delivery tube. This tube will connect to the float valve compression fitting which is exposed to the outside portion of the lid. Next I will have to solder the aluminum fuel delivery tubing onto the end of the valve fitting which is on the portion of the lid exposed to the inside of my vaporizer container. The delivery tubing soldered onto the float valve will run through my container until it is almost touching the aluminum heat exchanging plate which is sitting on top of the aluminum heat delivery tubing coil. This fuel delivery coil will be spaced about 1 millimeter from bottom of the aluminum heat exchanging plate at the bottom of the container. I will coil the fuel delivery tubing spacing the sides of the tubing coil about 1/16" apart from one other keeping the coil 1 millimeter from the bottom of the aluminum heat exchanging plate. This spacing provides an escape route so the gasoline vapor can be sucked through the air/gasoline vapor outlet pipe. On the bottom side of the aluminum fuel delivery coil I will drill tiny holes which will allow the gasoline to be sprayed as a mist onto the aluminum heat exchanging plate at the bottom of the container.

As I said in the video I will try this spray method and the liquid method. When I test the liquid method I will fill the container with gasoline through the tiny holes on the bottom of the fuel delivery coil. After the fuel level reaches a predetermined level I will shut off the fuel going through the delivery coil until my container is heated up enough to vaporize the gasoline, once it is hot enough to vaporize the gasoline I will reopen the fuel delivery valve allowing the fuel to flow into the container again.

In order for my vaporizer to create gasoline vapor when my is car not warmed up I will need to install a heating element so the gas can be preheated to its vapor point so that I may run the car on gasoline vapor until my car is warm enough that the coolant circulating through the heating coil can heat the gasoline up to its vapor point. I am not yet sure how I will install the heating element. I may drill holes through the aluminum heat exchanging plate which is against the heating coil then run some wire through it and short it out like you would a heating element in a space heater this way it is all confined and there is no risk of igniting the vapor since it will be sealed off from the portion of the container containing the gasoline.

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