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Re: observing the water fuel injector once more
« Reply #8 on: November 27, 2008, 05:07:32 am »
theortcally speaking a tappered  cavities are probaly all the same the size difference is probably more a clearence issue to move the fitting area out further from the head other than that i see no reason to make it any different the key component is the pwm and coil /inductor

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Re: observing the water fuel injector once more
« Reply #9 on: November 27, 2008, 19:39:19 pm »
your right , to test the coil a special taper is not necessary , the waveguide will only vary from more *force*   to more heat depending on its shape .

A regular small tube will work if the coil works...

Straight wave guide is constant heat constant force yield ...

We need to concentrate 100% on the power-coil and worry bout the electronics and injector later...


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Re: observing the water fuel injector once more
« Reply #10 on: December 12, 2008, 03:11:18 am »
Whatever method he used , energy pumping by "opposite net zero fields" AND electrical polarization process , Stan says the GTNT is more powerful the less contaminates there is in the water.

This is not new science and will be easier to achieve than building the VIC , I already understand the principle of this and it requires very simple computers and is more of a physical and less "mental" and skill requiring build. Much much info on this and it may not even be needed but Stan says more GTNT the purer the water...

Processing less water at a time , water of a same impurity level  . At the end there was no need for "resonant scanning by phase lock loop".

The computer control system looks much much much less complex with the injector design than with the big cell design that his buggy used .

Lets just compare both... Nothing matches ...

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« Reply #11 on: December 12, 2008, 03:15:00 am »
So this is Stans electrostatic filter , it seems to me like this is a cross-sectionnal view , probably that its not really a filter , but more an a closed loop impurities trapper , seems pretty straightforward... Uses high voltage ...

Stan never patented this and doesn't talk about this alot . Pobably already was patented many times . You cant reinvent the wheel lol....

Once you can make an all-on-1 vic this thing will be a snap , no hidden science here at all...


Probably a good coating between the plates where they are the closest .

The particules are gonna follow the the magnetic field and turn constantly , the water will conduct , the point is not to make an open ciruit here. They probably keep turning on their own inertia on pulse-off time...

We are basically using the magnetic field and creating a closed loop trap for the particules . The whole thing is probably washed and flushed out every once in a while ...




This is exactly what i mean ...

Stan is using an advantageous shape to trap particules , thats all...

So now you know what exactly is the idea with this...

i'm guessing this could be something pretty small...

Anyways now that we have identified the components of the system , we must as ourselves what else is there to this...



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Re: observing the water fuel injector once more
« Reply #12 on: December 12, 2008, 06:11:30 am »
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