Eventually combustion engines will be replaced, and it is anyone's guess as to how long it will take for all the 760 million cars in the world to go, making large amounts of air pollution as they do so. New technology gives fuel companies have an opportunity to make their fuels burn with lower emissions using quantum physics as part of the process.
Torsion Field harnesses spin field effect energy from the torsion field to structure liquids, including fuels. These structured fuels have been road tested showing improved mpg results and laboratory tested showing a 54% reduction in particulates. Emissions tests indicate a reduction of NOx and CO emissions. Testing on an optical engine at Hertfordshire University indicates that the structured fuel may have a higher calorific value.
At present, electric cars may be a solution, but an electric engine solution for ships and long distance trucks still has many difficulties in the way of engineering development and battery storage before a solution is found.
If the torsion field structured fuel burns cleaner and reduces harmful emissions, then the solution is much easier to implement than retro fitting SCR (selective catalytic reformation) and particulate filters to the ships and trucks.
If the overall structured fuel costs for the customer are reduced (including the small additional costs of the structured fuel), then the likelihood of customers buying structured fuel is also increased, which will help reduce overall air pollution. Fuel consumption improvements of 10-25% havebeen recorded in road tests, but these will require further testing on a variety of engines to enable the customer to assess his potential for overall cost savings.