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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #24 on: September 06, 2009, 20:35:35 pm »
So sorry for your loss Haithar .

On a happier note , I FINALLY   am dreaming it , a Meyers device . In my dream I was frustrated and happy , there was a "special result" thing that I felt excited about  . It was a wonderful dream filled with positive emotion over something  . I usually never feel good when I dream about this , always the feeling of total loss and confusion .

Usually , these dreams usually only go bad and always the feeling of being totally lost and frustrated , but not this one . Wish I could remember exactly what I saw , there was definitly some high-tech gadgets in my room with my scope and stuff and experimenting in my dream , good successful feeling of excitement is all I really remember .

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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #25 on: September 06, 2009, 21:11:07 pm »
Place RTV silicone around the edges of each plate , left and right outside.  Take saran wrap and wrap the entire system several times - be sure the first wrap seals with the silicone.
You need to seal off the sharp edges on the cut foil, secondly provide a barrier to prevent the air breakdown.
Give it 24 hours to dry.
That should get you past the 10kv mark.
 
 

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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #26 on: September 06, 2009, 22:26:25 pm »
thanks warj. i'm also going to make the electrodes more tiny, so that a spark would have to go around the plexiglass plates to reach the other electrode.

i tried the 42kHz range, at this frequency it's more like a spark gap than a capacitor ;) anyway.. i hold you up to date

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« Reply #27 on: September 06, 2009, 23:21:13 pm »
alright, i got my new parts,assembled it. fixed it around 20 times so that it wont leak and then finished the circuit.
i got high voltage at ~15W input. 15Volts / 1 Amp. Every minute or so the capacitor would discharge/spark through the air, i have to isolate the connector panels better. but anyway, i should have had over 10.000Volts, because the gap it sparked over was around 1cm. No gas...

In the future I'll try to regulate the voltage to the 18V needed for Full HV with the flybacks, well i'll see. i also cannot know if both sides charge right, because i do not own a hv probe. i'll play around with voltage and frequency tomorrow.

so far disappointing

" We are no loosers, we just happen to figure millions things out that doesnt work..... ;) "

Keep up the good work, Haithar.

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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #28 on: September 07, 2009, 17:17:42 pm »
alright i made the electrodes smaller today and used isolating tapes on the edges. apparently now it sparked through 4mm plexiglass + 1mm pvc + 4mm water/air. power is around 8watts for both flybacks.
i'm wondering if the spark discharge is the thing that prevents the water from disassociating or if it's the theory itself. i'll probably do a third try and isolate even better, but i don't have high hopes and free time is running out..
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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #29 on: September 11, 2009, 17:36:51 pm »
if anyone cares how this thing looked like. that were already the small aluminum foil electrodes. it wouldnt spark over through the cell anymore but it to the nearby electrodes although they were turned on alternately with a delay like described in the patent.

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Re: Chris R. Eccles Water Fracture Apparatus
« Reply #30 on: November 12, 2009, 22:10:59 pm »
so after abandoning this thing and acing my electrical engineering test ( 8)) i might try out a new idea which is regarding conventional electrolysis with alternating current.