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Starting my project :Tube cell
« on: February 17, 2009, 21:10:24 pm »
I am starting my project,that will include a big fuel cell and all the needed parts, so feel welcome to drop in now and then for guiding me and all of us in the right direction.

I have to buy some seamless ss tubes and can choose between these :

Inner tube : ø32 x 1,5 mm
Outer tube : ø38 x 1,5 mm

OR :

Inner tube : ø25 x 1 mm
Outer tube : ø30 x 1 mm

Both tube sets will give a 1,5 mm water gap close to Stanley Meyers 1,6 mm and with the posibillity to sand them in a lathe to match  this gap size.

What should i go for? have to buy some lenghts to get a good price..

Do anyone know how thick Stanley Meyer tubes was? in millimeter?..

Best  regards :)

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #1 on: February 18, 2009, 04:29:04 am »
1/16 inch or 1.5 mm. don't go any bigger on the gap.2mm or larger is too much.

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #2 on: February 18, 2009, 06:17:13 am »
1.5 mm is what you are looking for......jsut follow the .75 inch outside with .0625 wall and .5 inside the spacing with these specifications yields .0625 inches or 1.5875mm

this is what stan used in his tube cells.

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2009, 07:28:01 am »
Lol Hydro ...

You really do have a funny way of writing .

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #4 on: February 18, 2009, 23:13:09 pm »
Hi,

I do not want to sound like granddade, but as far as I can do math, is the tubeset of Stan with the VIC as follows:
ROD of 0.5 inch outerdiameter
Tube of 0.75 inch inner diameter.
That leaves a gap of 3mm...

As far as my and Hydrocars/resonanceking, we know that with normal electrolysis, 3mm is too big.
Max gap is 1.5mm
I suggest  you go with Resonancekings advises.

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #5 on: February 19, 2009, 02:23:03 am »
stevie !!!!! mathhhhhhh stevie MATH!!! hahah sorry but you just took the diameter....you just included the left side spacing and the right side spacing.....you need to take the radius!!!! NOT THE DIAMETERRRRR.....your math is right for the diameter now just divide it by 2!


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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #6 on: February 19, 2009, 05:36:34 am »
i think not.....even his alternator was the same as the above image......something isn't right with there measurements in the independant study report.......think about it.......with a diameter of .75......that leaves a radius of .375...minus their thickness of .35 that leaves us with a radius of .025.......now subtract the inner radius of .25  from .025.........um not possible.....check the independant study report....that measurement is not right....and from looking at the videos and stans patent i would still go with the above image posted......this is truly ideal......but good pointing that out hydrocarz....and i know you wrote .035 which may be a possibility but they wrote .35.....it could be a mistake.

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Re: Starting my project :Tube cell
« Reply #7 on: February 19, 2009, 07:38:02 am »

The Diameter .75, the walls 0.07 total leaves you with .75 minus 0.07 ID which is .68

Since the inner tube is 0.5000 in diameter you must fit .5000 inside .68

When you Put .5 OD inside .68 ID you have .18 free space. Since you want to center the inner tube then you must halve .18 into .09

Since you're wanting to use .09 which is a Decimal you must then convert .09 into 2.3 Mili Meters using a Decimal to Mili Meter Conversion Chart.

Since The patent stated .35 instead of .035 doesn't mean it was a typo, zero's are invalid and false numbers thats usually void. When you try to use a wall gap of .3 you're right, it is not humanly possible. All though we do know what stan was targeting because of this, we're able to accurately determine his gap size of his 3/4 Od tubes.

A newbie shouldn't put question to a wise dog, as i didn't put question to the guy's when i was told to use a 1.5 mm gap. We have more to go on now then they had then, or atleast some trusted people do. For you to try and prove me wrong is embarrassing for me, its like you're saying my research is not worthy.

i'm sorry but you did the math wrong FIRST OFF ZEROES IN BETWEEN DECIMALS ARE VERY IMPORTANT OR OTHERWISE THEN MICRO AND MILLI MEAN NOTHING.....that statement is absurd......second you did the math wrong......375-.35=.025.....that is the outside radius minus the outside wall...take that and now subtract the inside radius of .25.......IT IS IMPOSSIBLE.....if it was .035 then your math would bne correct.......

also stan states the exact tube size for his VIC set up.



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