I looked through this. It made my head hurt. Nothing like charts and graphs to further mushify a weak brain.
I hauled a couple of cows to market which was about 30 miles then a trip into town visiting was about 20 more .
The less vacuum and sucking the motor has to apply to the gasifier the better the motor can breathe which means more power .
Here I show cruising at hyway speed with the motor pulling 10 inches of water ( the gauge is measuring from the motor side of the hay filter ) . The other vacuum gauge is measuring 5 inches vacuum in the cooling rails near the center post . Between the two gauges the gas runs through the cooling rails , condensate tank under the truck , piping to the hay filter and through the hay .
It seems I have the best results when the gasifier is producing with a minimum amount of draft on it .
One gauge is a 0-60 scale and the other 0-30 scale .
May have to fire my camera man , too much shaking going on