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Recreating the alternator using an electronic circuit!!!
« on: May 27, 2008, 20:06:11 pm »
After much thought I have really come to wonder....

 Why has the alternator been the king of producing hydrogen from straight water????

 What kind of frequencies is it putting out, is it a 3 phase DC signal, with the frequency depending on the rpm's the alternator is spun at and the timer chip is adjusted to?

  And what about the signal it produces??? Is the duty cycle constant, or does it change? Does each frequency have a different duty cycle???

  I really wish I understood how the alternator worked a little better, espically the frequencies it's putting out, and how to replicate them using a circuit rather than an alternator and motor.....Just my thoughts for today!

 

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Re: Recreating the alternator using an electronic circuit!!!
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2008, 22:11:47 pm »
I nave a Question for all. . . .
How can we build something digital when we dont fully understand it in a analog solid state.
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Re: Recreating the alternator using an electronic circuit!!!
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2008, 22:46:30 pm »
I must admit, Electronics is not my best subject, And another alternator will not fit in my car. That's why I ordered a Bob Boyce circuit board last night. So that I can get my 3 phase Harmonic another way. There are alot of knowledgeable people on this site, who can explain it better. But the three phase is what I get as one of the important thing to crack water

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Re: Recreating the alternator using an electronic circuit!!!
« Reply #3 on: June 05, 2008, 03:36:57 am »
Hi Spike its not neccessarily the 3 phase as it is the direct couple of magnetics that we are looking for.
So a alternator directly hooked up to a cell has nothing in between to remove the magnetic coupling and harmonics in this coupling seem welcomed for what we do.
A transformer connected the same way should produce almost the same results, direct magnetic coupling.
Although I earlier used a transistorized power supply, I immediately saw the difference of a alternator connected to the cell.
John