In Baghdad, Iraq there are more than 50,000 electric generator operating on diesel fuel consuming more than 220 million liters a month causing emissions exceeding tens of tons of polluting gases. Using a Hydrogen cell I developed that give out HHO gas to take part in the internal composition of the engine alongside the diesel fuel, we were able to reduce both fuel consumption and thus polluted emissions. The solution is using gas (HHO) to reduce emissions and reduce diesel fuel I developed a hydrogen cells (water analysis electrically) to fit with the atmosphere of Iraq and carried out, it was very successful."
Engineer Nabil Yahya Mahmood, born 1956, he graduated from University of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, a major that he was dedicated to since he was 10 years old when he worked as an electrician fixing electrical devices until he graduated. He published several online researches and held positions like the head of the department of electricity and heavy electronic machinery in Badush Dam.
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