Advantages apply to all applications including secondary atomization, less fuel use and significantly lower emission of greenhouse gas.
The advantages displayed in internal combustion engines when using emulsion fuels include the engine actually cleaning itself of carbon deposits.
Further, using emulsion fuel in an internal combustion engine will, in some cases, increase the power output from fuel combustion because of the secondary atomization.
General advantages to using emulsion fuel are the same as in engines, but there are a number of interesting additional effects.
For example, there are reduced back-end fouling and corrosion, less soot, reduced acid mist, and considerably reduced boiler downtime due to maintenance.