What is the engine consuming?
When the air is introduced into the engine, hydrogen is injected under low pressure at the air inlet of the cylinders. Only hydrogen is injected into the cylinder that absorbs air. In this way, hydrogen can never accumulate in the engine. By injecting (pilot) diesel, a flame is created that automatically burns all the hydrogen in the cylinder with it. Burning hydrogen generates heat and pressure which is the driving force for the engine to run.