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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #104 on: October 07, 2008, 18:51:30 pm »
Hi Steve,

Actually, I haven't run any test on this but the concept seems logical.  This is what the Xogen model (and others) are using it for and I assumed they have run test. It's just a toroid coil and you're better off buying something pre-made. Winding coils is time consuming and a "pain in the * " unless you have a coil winder.

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Hi Xman,

Thanks for being honest.
I wonder if anyone tried this.
Maybe i should do it .
I have some toroid trafos here which can serve the perpose.

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #105 on: October 07, 2008, 18:56:51 pm »
Hi again Steve,

The coil needs to be in the same housing as your electrodes. But this is just for use in a WFC. The bubbler is just for flashback issues.

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #106 on: October 08, 2008, 09:40:32 am »
Hi again Steve,

The coil needs to be in the same housing as your electrodes. But this is just for use in a WFC. The bubbler is just for flashback issues.

Xman

Why does it need to be in the same housing?
When i look at the schematics, it is prefereble not to do it in the same housing.
You only can switch on the coil, when the electrodes are switched off, as far as i can see.

Sure, i do know what a bubbler is...:-)
Why not use it to fill it up with a nice magnetic coil?
Besides, i do not have space in my platecell for such a coil..

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #107 on: October 08, 2008, 22:44:15 pm »
it needs to be in the same housing since the coils magnetic field has to be close enough.........so step by step here it is....on the on pulse of the electrodes it split the hydrogen and oxygen then on the off pulse of the electrodes the magnetic field pulses on breaking the h2 into h1 at the moment it was just split allowing for this voltage stress or pressure to apply it's work......if you were to put it into a seperate housing it might not work as efficient.....so its good to have it as close as possible to eliminate efficiency problems.

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #109 on: July 09, 2009, 01:57:37 am »



Here is the coil 1/8" above the tubes submerged in water.

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #110 on: February 03, 2011, 01:19:46 am »
Hi, am wondering if theres been any developments with the gas processor?

i see these led values have been selected:
656.46 nm  = red
486.27 nm  = blue
434.17 nm = blue-violet
410.29 nm = violet

Was reading somewhere else - the values they selected are:
410nm 465nm 560nm 635nm and 780nm.

pictures of the SM gas processor minus air filter show a row of 7 Led's on each of 2 small pcb's, the spacing means 3 pcb's ans 21 led's were used..

pictures of SM gas resonant cavity show a row of 16 leds on 4 pcb's, this assumes on the whole 6 pcb's and 96 led's were used.

Another diagram labelled 3-9 led pickup circuit shows 12 IR led's and 12 IR receivers.

As i understand it, and please correct me for any misunderstanding, that the gas resonant cavity is designed for use with WFC's, and that the gas processor with air filter was designed for use with the injectors.

Is there any reason why the gas processor cannot or should not be placed on any ICE to increase its efficiency and to try to lower fuel usage, that is, without using any WFC or water injector?


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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #111 on: February 04, 2011, 16:57:14 pm »
Well, its on the bench after doing some tests with it.
The amount of light is enormous, but it didnt had any effect on the HHO gas.
 
Steve