A patent titled “System and Method for Producing Hydrogen Gas to Supply Internal Combustion Engines” has been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office to IP GROUP’s client, inventor Phan Ngọc Hải, and colleagues on July 25, 2023, with patent number US11708799B1.
In today’s world, air pollution is a significant issue that affects human life, with vehicle engine exhaust being a major source of air pollution. During operation, internal combustion engines of vehicles produce harmful gases such as NOx, CO, CO2, SO2, CmHn, and more. These pollutants contribute to environmental pollution and have adverse effects on human health.
With the increasing number of vehicles, the consumption of diesel and gasoline fuels for internal combustion engines has also risen rapidly. Many studies have been conducted to explore alternative fuels to replace or reduce the use of diesel and gasoline fuels in vehicle engines. Particularly, hydrogen gas is considered a safe and efficient solution for reducing emissions.
This invention brings several important benefits. Firstly, the use of hydrogen gas as fuel significantly reduces emissions that contribute to air pollution, as hydrogen gas does not produce pollutants like CO, CO2, NOx, and other harmful substances. Secondly, the system enhances fuel efficiency and reduces operational costs. Lastly, it also cools the engine and cleans internal residues, extending the engine’s lifespan and durability. This patent makes a substantial contribution to optimizing the operation of internal combustion engines and minimizing negative impacts on the environment. The development and application of this technology will continue to bring significant benefits to users and the environment