If you released an H2/O2 mixture into an engine, eventually you'd see an ignition source somewhere along the line. The flame front would travel back into the tank, where the O2 and H2 would combine to form water. The size of the explosion would depend on the size of the tank and the pressure inside, but I wouldn't expect to survive it.toxygen said:Thank you all for your input, I currently dont pay for electricity, it is included in my rent so i may try 2v eletrolisis rig, stepped down from house current, and try to load the h2 and o2 into a tank and see what happens! I'll keep you posted.
If you used separate tanks, it might work. Do not increase oxygen levels above about 3psi partial pressure (sea level oxygen concentration) and do not add much hydrogen (i.e. do not exceed about 10% of the volume of oxygen released.) If you stick to that the computer should be able to manage the mixture. I'd expect to see a small increase in fuel economy and a small decrease in CO2 emissions per kWh.
BTW if you get free electricity, do you get free natural gas? That would be a lot easier to inject, and would have about the same effect.