Data for: Using green-hydrogen and bioethanol fuels in internal combustion engines to reduce emissions

Published: 31 March 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/5tdf2mx6ht.1
José Daniel Becerra-Ruiz


In this work is analyzed the Greenhouse Gases production (GHG) by combustion of binary and ternary mixtures, in a 5500 W portable engine generator of alternating current ; connecting to the generator three electric charges as a dynamic brake. It were measured the decrements in the production of CO, HC and NOx of up to 99%, 93% and 67%, respectively, as well as an increment in CO2 up to 35%; in addition, reduction in uptake fuel of more than 36%. Therefore, the reduction of GHG emissions will improve the quality of air in the cities, at the same time the quality of people’s health.



Alternative Fuel, Hydrogen, Bioethanol, GHG Emissions