Title:VV2469 Water fueled car driven with cell phone app
Date:20th October 2017
Summary:An Indian has found a fantastic alternative for fuel. He has invented a car that runs on water. Not only that, he has now made it possible for the car to be driven remotely. Raees Makrani (44), who is a resident of Sagar in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh, is not an engineer, as some would expect, but a man from a humble educational background who has only received education till the 12th standard. Makrani informs that he has employed the technique of making acetyline, with the help of water and carbide, and converting it into electric energy loaded liquid fuel to run the car. The car can seat four people. He says the cost of running the car on this fuel comes to Rs 20 per 10 kilometers. What is all the more remarkable is that the car can be controlled from a distance using a mobile phone. According to Makrani, he got the idea of trying to run a car with water through the technique of gas welding. To get the piston of a car's engine running fire and electricity are required. While welding fire is produced after calcium carbide and liquid come in contact. He made a few changes in his petrol-run car and poured water and calcium carbide in the fuel tank of the car. Thereafter, when he tried to start the engine, it worked. It took Makrani five years to perfect this technique.
Now, his car can run 20 kilometers on 20 litres of water and two kilograms of calcium carbide.
Genre:Car, invention, India, app, crazy, water, engine, innovation, technology, remote control
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