Experimental results on trucks and cars confirmed the fundamental possibility of reducing the use of liquid fuel, improving the energy efficiency of the internal combustion engine, and reducing the toxicity of their exhaust gases in a large city due to the partial addition of hydrogen to the gasoline mixture. Thus, in the mode of imitation of the urban driving cycle, energy consumption was reduced by 2.4–5.6%, while gasoline was replaced by 8–17%. The toxicity of exhaust gases under steady-state conditions in bench conditions was reduced by components from 17–96%).
V N Konoplev et al 2019 IOP Conf. Ser.: Mater. Sci. Eng. 632 012043