Iranian Scientists Win Silver in 2019 Silicon Valley Int’l Invention Festival

Tuesday, September 24, 2019 - 13:06

Iranian researchers have won a silver medal at the Silicon Valley International Invention Festival for presenting their innovative plan for reducing car's emissions.

According to an ISCA report, Alireza Ghafarellahi and Komeyl Ghanbari could design and create an environmentally friendly fuel filter which prevents incomplete combustion and decrease energy consumption.

As the researcher explained, incomplete combustion is generally due to poor mixing of the air and fuel, insufficient residence time, insufficient temperature and low total excess air. Through creating actions and reactions in hydrocarbon fuels, this fuel filter can prevent incomplete combustion and lead the process toward the complete form.

Silicon Valley International Invention Festival (SVIIF) 2019 was held in Santa Clara Convention Center on June 24th and lasted for 3 consecutive days.

SVIIF 2019 created an excellent opportunity for over 200 inventors from 30 countries including South Korea, China, Chinese Taipei, Hong Kong, Poland, Ghana, Canada, Thailand, USA, Egypt, UAE, Iraq, Iran, Croatia, Vietnam, Hungary, Germany, Turkey, Switzerland, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Kuwait, Morocco, United Kingdom and Russia to showcase their inventions, innovative projects and technologies in various field of science and technology.

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