Technology Behind Hydrogen Powered Vehicles Using Aluminum Alloys

In this video, a demonstration is given of a modified club car powered by a modified internal combustion engine (ICE) that is running on hydrogen. The hydrogen is supplied through a proprietary process using aluminum-based alloys to split water. This technology was developed in the research lab of Professor Jerry Woodall (currently at University of California - Davis). The ICE was modified under the direction of Fritz Peacock at Purdue University. A more complete description of the process is provided by Go Choi (Woodall Group alumni).
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