Motorcycle Powered By Hydrogen (VIDEO)

Posted in VIDEO       9 Oct 2020       2071       14

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Algernon 1 week ago
Cool concept but wow was that guy annoying.
       
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Emma 1 week ago
Algernon, big oil shills like you are annoying.
       
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Harty 1 week ago
Range? 50 km?
       
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Carmellia 1 week ago
Amabel,

Basically a loud electric bike without polluting exhaust.

I guess this is a solution for those dudes who really love a loud bike, but they still need a power source to do the electrolyzing.

A lab near me made an ice cream truck that ran on Liquid Nitrogen, but it was more like a cool steam engine, because it was fueled by the expansion of the nitrogen while it went from liquid to gas.

Terribly impractical, but you never know if some other process or technology comes out of a project like that.
       
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Middy 1 week ago
Carmellia, loud bikes save lives! But, if you want to have it on the quiet side, just vote in some regulations on that! Btw you have to produce power elsewhere to store it in some lithium cells and I guess you don't count the exploitation of lithium in foreign countries as, let's say Chile as pollution - leaving only a deserted wasteland. Terribly impractical, as lithium resources are exhausted by 2073. Your turn.
       
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Onnie 1 week ago
OK, we saw it idle. Now let's see it actually move under it's own power. Yup, I'm a cynic.
       
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Roxane 1 week ago
Onnie yer a [email protected]$$, you have a secret fan club you dont even know about!
       
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Missy 1 week ago
Thats not Hydrogen the element in that tank!!!
It needs to be cooled to below -452degF to become liquid.

Most likely ordinary LPG (liquid at room temperature under pressure) and it's wery easy to convert a gasoline engine to run on LPG.

My bad the temp is for Helium not Hydrogen which liquifies at -253degC~-423degF.
       
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Amabel 1 week ago
Missy,

Generating hydrogen gas on the fly with electrolysis from distilled water.
       
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Emma 1 week ago
Missy, we scientists measure degrees in Kelvin, FYI
       
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Middy 1 week ago
If ya'll don't have the slightest clue - why not shut up once in a while?
       
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Cally 1 week ago
Sorry all, but it runs on normal gas...
https://www.cyclenews.com/2020/04/article/curtiss-p40-warhawk-final-edition-revi
ew/
       
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Amabel 1 week ago
Quote: Cally
https://www.cyclenews.com/2020/04/article/curtiss-p40-warhawk-final-edition-revi

ew/


Thanks for this. Phooey on the misleading headline ok
       
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Middy 1 week ago
Cally, it is indeed a curtiss warhawk - but this one runs on what is known as Brown's gas.
       
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