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Choices
« on: July 12, 2008, 05:09:34 am »
Whats the best tube length and Od anyways? how is a smaller OD tube different from a bigger one. how is a longer tube different from a shorter one? Testing made your brain do a 180?

one would think if you wanted the tube to draw more amps, you'd just make the tube longer right? you may end up consuming less amps then what you started with, this could cause baldness. 

Hydroxy is very conducting, more conducting than metal!
Hydroxy also does not conduct at all!
Strange facts there.

volts, amps and ohms, they all "can" be in tune with each other.

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Re: Choices
« Reply #1 on: July 12, 2008, 12:20:54 pm »
nice riddle,

let me see.......

hydroxy ions are conductive
hydroxy gas is non conductive
pure water is basicaly non conductive

if for a given amount of current at your electrodes you will attract  "X" amount of ions making your dielectric conductive. If you then apply the same amount of current over larger electrodes you will  still attract "X" amount of ions but they will be spaced thinner so therfore making your dielectric less conductive.

if by making your electrodes bigger make them more conductive you are also making your dielectric less conductive.

solution: make electrodes dense enough to carry current, design them to concentrate the current at focused points.

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ps do i get a gold star ?

I have given you 3 extra stars.... ;)

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Re: Choices
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2008, 05:00:32 am »
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nice riddle,

let me see.......

hydroxy ions are conductive ,,, , , Super
hydroxy gas is non conductive ,,, Super
pure water is basicaly non conductive ,,, I dissagree, More amps are consumed at startup before the gas flows with a 1.5 or so mm gaping, water is highly conductive, blowed 30 amps fuses can prove it.

if for a given amount of current at your electrodes you will attract  "X" amount of ions making your dielectric conductive. If you then apply the same amount of current over larger electrodes you will  still attract "X" amount of ions but they will be spaced thinner so therfore making your dielectric less conductive.

The longer the tube the more hydroxy gas it will contain as you call it, the smaller OD of the tube, the more of the chance that gas has of stopping that tube up making it more resistive to restrict more amps after startup. SO yes max amps are consumed and when the gas comes Amps do drop dramaticly, if it didn't things would be ugly! so the trick is to first get the gas, and then when you get it restrict your amps ;)  A bigger 1 inch tube will carry less gas in its tube due to the bigger OD, a fat tube thats short doesn't have much resistance, but i proved 12 in parallel 1 inch OD 6 inches tall to be a bit on the to much conductive side. It is about = to my 9 tubes that is 3/4 OD and 9 inches tall without slots. Its clear this cell is less conductive, but not by much,, however it does run better!

if by making your electrodes bigger make them more conductive you are also making your dielectric less conductive. not bigger, but longer. the water will always conduct, if its in the tube. or what little water is in contact with the tube.. So a longer tube will Draw LESS amps, it is important to understand shorter tubes draw more amps, and it is also important to understand why.

solution: make electrodes dense enough to carry current, design them to concentrate the current at focused points. The main effect is when you tune the amps into the volts, you can only do this when the ohms of the cell is also in tune. ;) So you only get the resonance effect when amps volts and ohms are all 1.

anyone willing to throw 6 6 inch tall 1 inch tubes together with the alternator will find resonance, and the same for the lawton chokes. I dont refer to resonance as the freq of water, but the freq at which the hydrogen pours off, which means amps volts and ohms are all 1 when this happens. "1" just means they all click, and that they are in tune with each other someway. 


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ps do i get a gold star ?, sure,,, take them all because your the only one to answer this post, you deserve a star! The star you earned is found in the proper water temp.