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                  The Bulgarian Inventor That Made Fire from Water 

  This is the unknown history of Professor Yull Brown an inventor of Bulgarian origin.

  His baptist name was Ilia Valkov, one of the greatest Bulgarian and world chemists of all time.

  The real name of  Yull Brown (Yull Brown) is Ilia Valkov, born at midnight on Easter in 1922 in a small village close to Varna.

  From a young age, he is attracted to technology. As a teenager, he served in the Bulgarian Navy in the Aegean Sea. 

  Later move to Sofia following is electrical engineering studies at Sofia Polytechnic, but after the September 9 coup his life has the first twist, Ilia was sent to a 
  concentration camp (an island in the Danube river next to the city of Belene)
 in 1948. 

  He was accused of turning into foreign radio stations (Radio Free Europe) and spying on his own country and declared “enemy of the State“. He served for years
  in a correctional facility in Bulgaria in horrible conditions. 

  In 1950 he was released but the harassment by Bulgarian secret services didn’t stop, and two years later, in 1952 he escaped from Bulgaria to Turkey passing
  by the Strandzha mountains and crossing the Rezovo River. InTurkey, he was convicted as a spy and imprisoned for 5 years. 

  He was released with the help of the US Army intelligence services and the personal involvement of Major Brown, Ilia Valkov took his liberator’s last
  name, and his first name from Jules Verne that in his book “The Mysterious Island” propose the idea of use water as combustible a kind of inspiration
   to his life work and fled to Australia in 1956 with a political refugee passport. 

  In Australia, he graduated from the University of Electrical Engineering in Sydney and began working as an engineer at several large companies in the early 1960s. 
  Yull Brown filed for patents for Brown’s gas in 1974
, 10 years after William A. Rhodes filed for similar patents for an HHO electrolysis unit.

  Most of Yull Brown’s demonstration was conducted with welding torches where he showed that hydrogen and oxygen could be separated from water
  and then burned cleanly using many different objects. 

  In his process, water is separated into its two constituents, hydrogen and oxygen in a way that allows them to be mixed under pressure and burn simultaneously and
  safely in a 2:1 proportion.

  The proprietary process results in a gas containing ionic hydrogen and oxygen in proper mixes which is generated economically and safely and which may be compressed
   up to 100 psi.

  Brown’s Gas is a “cornerstone of a technological edifice” with many commercial and industrial applications.

  The gas produced by Yull Brown’s process is a mix of the elements found in water – hydrogen, and oxygen. A mixture of these two gases, normally being highly explosive,
   is usually considered too dangerous to use.

  But combined in exactly the same proportion as they are found in water, the gases can be used and stored together with safety. Hydrogen and oxygen can be separated
  from water in a proportion that ensures total combustion of the Brown’s gas and requires no regulators for the blending process.


  Yull Brown drove a number of cars on a variety of internal combustion engines, performing many measurements on them using his laboratory fully instrumented
   dynamometer set-up.

  He has been officially monitored to drive 1,000 miles per gallon of water.

  The staff of Electronics Australia magazine in 1978 found that the usual internal combustion engine needs very little modification to run on Browns Gas. 

  The main thing is the removal of the carburetor and its replacement by a pressure reducer and throttle valve. The only other change needed to the engine itself us re-timing to allow  
  for the fact that the hydrogen-oxygen mixture has a higher flame speed that the normal gasoline-air mixture.

  Magazine Electronics Australia, January 1978

  There is also a positive improvement in engine life since the only product of combustion is water vapor, leaving no carbon build-up on plugs and valves and no corrosion on the  
  exhaust manifold or muffler due to acid vapors in the gas. The engine runs cooler, due to the absorption of heat by the exhaust water vapor as it expands on exhausting from the    
  cylinders. And there is no pollution. The exhaust feels like warm steam.


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