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Daniel Dingle Patent Found
« on: May 19, 2009, 00:50:34 am »
Look what I found!!!

It does not say much, but there is one thing that called my attention.

see if you find it.

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« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2009, 06:31:01 am »
roflmao ;D

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« Reply #2 on: May 19, 2009, 06:56:58 am »
the only things that caught my eyes was he repeats him self twice in the last 2 parapraphs and when he states "water is seperated into oxygen and hydrogen using a unique combonation of metallurgical, electric, and design inventions.." 

first off what does he mean by design inventions?
second off.. lets look into the word metallurgical

Metallurgical techniques
Metallography allows the metallurgist to study the microstructure of metals.

Metallurgists study the microscopic and macroscopic properties using metallography, a technique invented by Henry Clifton Sorby. In metallography, an alloy of interest is ground flat and polished to a mirror finish. The sample can then be etched to reveal the microstructure and macrostructure of the metal. A metallurgist can then examine the sample with an optical or electron microscope and learn a great deal about the sample's composition, mechanical properties, and processing history.

now there is also Crystallography  (remember silicon in stainless)
Crystallography, often using diffraction of x-rays or electrons, is another valuable tool available to the modern metallurgist. Crystallography allow the identification of unknown materials and reveals the crystal structure of the sample. Quantitative crystallography can be used to calculate the amount of phases present as well as the degree of strain to which a sample has been subjected.

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« Reply #3 on: May 19, 2009, 07:03:54 am »
That is not what I noticed..

The thing that called my attention was the part saying that some unsuded hydrogen is re-captured from the exaust...

Not sure if that can happen when using hydrogen on a ICE, but I did see several of Dingle's videos where there was exaust gas boubling into the cell.

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« Reply #4 on: May 19, 2009, 09:56:41 am »
That is a very poor written patent....

Yes, it is interesting to read that Dingle thinks that there will be some hydrogen left after combustion.
Not sure if that is the case, because it is very flamable stuff, as we all know by now...
But maybe the proces inside the engine delivers some stuff that we are not aware off.

With Dingle, i always had the idea that he used the plates from a battery......

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« Reply #5 on: May 19, 2009, 15:03:00 pm »
Very poor patent indid.

Now this brings up another point:

You don't need much to get a patent approved.

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« Reply #6 on: May 19, 2009, 15:57:36 pm »
i wouldnt go as fas as saying you dont need much for a patent.. that patent looks as if its missing alot.. stuff they dont want public right now maybe..

hydro has always said that are cars are the most wastefull in non efficient machine made.. i think i see where he is coming from.. gasoline is nothin more hten carbon and hydrogen as we all know..   i would say the reason why we are so wasteful is no matter what earths air doesnt have enough oxy in it to fully catalize the fuel and burn it completely..thats why we have a catalitic converter to try to burn off the rest..  thats also why they make super chargers and air blowers for performance..

now stans uses a fuel source that gives its own oxy on a even ratio per hydrogens capable of catalizing to neutral after ignition..so no matter what you know you are supplying enough oxygen to complete the burn.. now heres somthing that popped in my head yeasterday.. no one really has spoken about the butterfly gate stan uses on the intake... this butterfly gate i would say is restricting airflow of the ambient air.. createing a more present vacuum in the intake.. since i dont think mass airflow is required like gasolines non oxygen supplying capabilities

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« Reply #7 on: May 21, 2009, 02:54:06 am »

now stans uses a fuel source that gives its own oxy on a even ratio per hydrogens capable of catalizing to neutral after ignition..so no matter what you know you are supplying enough oxygen to complete the burn.. now heres somthing that popped in my head yeasterday.. no one really has spoken about the butterfly gate stan uses on the intake... this butterfly gate i would say is restricting airflow of the ambient air.. createing a more present vacuum in the intake.. since i dont think mass airflow is required like gasolines non oxygen supplying capabilities

Dynodon I hope your reading this  as you have seen this firsthand.

I was thinking of the air processor and started looking at the photo of Stan's latest stuff (injectors, solenoids, laser distributor, butterfly air gate, etc.

Is the air(gas) processor under vacuum...where is the butterfly air gate located?

I know at least one of the photos makes it look like the air(gas) processor is sucking air directly in, but I know that's not right without an air filter. 

This is on my mind right now and I'm posting this before I go looking through the photos again, but it's stuck in my mind and I think it's important to know where that butterfly air gate is located because there's no reason not to just use the carb butterfly gate if the air processor isn't under vacuum.

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