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Hydrostar design with para and ortho regulator
« on: July 29, 2009, 11:37:41 am »
Here are the plans of Hydrostar.

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« Reply #1 on: July 29, 2009, 17:49:29 pm »
Here is a Hydro_star, built near 7 years ago.
Never did like it too much and the costs were very high for my first build.
 
Inside is exactly what the first set of plans instructions have with the recommended parts.
The water level switch, the wound magnetic toroid, large tube diameter but only 5-6" long with a very tight precision gap.
All the PVC rings made and mountings assembled just like the instructions.
 
I do not recommnd the short tube_set. If you try the Hydro_star make a real large one.
Also still have the first circuit that did not work.

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« Reply #2 on: July 29, 2009, 17:58:25 pm »
Here is a Hydro_star, built near 7 years ago.
Never did like it too much and the costs were very high for my first build.
 
Inside is exactly what the first set of plans instructions have with the recommended parts.
The water level switch, the wound magnetic toroid, large tube diameter but only 5-6" long with a very tight precision gap.
All the PVC rings made and mountings assembled just like the instructions.
 
I do not recommnd the short tube_set. If you try the Hydro_star make a real large one.
Also still have the first circuit that did not work.

Very nice sir.
Did the coil make a difference in flame?
Could you see difference in ortho or para hydrogen?

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« Reply #3 on: July 29, 2009, 18:27:01 pm »
I don't know as I could not tell about the hydrogen strength with the coil in this tube set up.
 
My new tube set has magnets in the nozzle.
 
The hydro_star toroid coil was pulsed at a divide by 10 of the tube frequency.
The coil is only a electromagnet pulsing anyway.
Thats the reason I am trying magnets.
 
Really believe from all research that the magnet flux will align whatever molecules in gas or hydroxy.
I am now starting various tests with magnets to produce these effects we have read about.
 
One large reason for this is I have a very small enclosed test cell and when I had pulsed it just right the gas came out of it in large bubbles and erratically away from the tubes. It was magnetically enhanced no missing this as I have never seen it before.
Instead of the stream of tiny bubbles I got huge clear bubbles that left the surface and when ignited were also many times much stronger than a stream of small bubbles.
 
The small test cell Meyer based, water went in the bottom of the middle tube_rod through holes into the center between the tubes then up to holes again into the top of he middle rod and out. It only worked like this at a certain tune point.
This small set_up had huge magnetic effect on the gas.
Magnetized or aligned gas is enhanced and stronger.
 
Thats my opinion and what I found out with an enclosed tubing test.
 
I have a feeling much of this is other than the build thats chosen is because of choke coils.
The choke coils actually need to be a specific size for each individual set up of tubes or plates.