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Re: Alternator
« Reply #16 on: July 05, 2009, 18:27:24 pm »
In the machine shop we have a VFD running one of the lathes, it is used to run the 3 phase motor on single phase by splitting the single phase into 3 equal wave forms, when we got them I didn't know anything about it, but now I imagine if I understood how to use the VFD completely, then I could probably use it to run a WFC, they cost about 400-600 on ebay I think.

Yes, i got that same idea... it will be interesting to see how the different frequencys work in a cell..

But until then i am happy with my alternator..it makes high voltage and close to no current and and there is a word for that : electrostatic.
Stan drove his buggy with the alternator setup and i find that pretty amazing! Imagine us doing the same!

Do you know how many tubes there was in that pressure tank on the buggy?.. six or four i believe...

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« Reply #17 on: July 06, 2009, 01:23:37 am »
What is the output voltage of your alternator? rewound? (with what gauge wire?)

Stan also had an Electrical Particle Generator on the dune buggy, that I assume ran off of magnetized hydrogen and oxygen, and produced more electricity to run the system. You can see this in the 84 News Release and the video of him starting the buggy off of the demo cell

I'm not sure how many tubes were running the buggy

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« Reply #18 on: July 06, 2009, 18:33:22 pm »
What is the output voltage of your alternator? rewound? (with what gauge wire?)

Stan also had an Electrical Particle Generator on the dune buggy, that I assume ran off of magnetized hydrogen and oxygen, and produced more electricity to run the system. You can see this in the 84 News Release and the video of him starting the buggy off of the demo cell

I'm not sure how many tubes were running the buggy

I will measure the alternator voltage output next time.. and in the cell. 
Not rewound, but heavy duty truck/boat type , but i have added an extra wire for the negative like FIGURE 10XA : ROTARY PULSE-VOLTAGE FREQUENCY GENERATOR, Memo 420 shows.

If he also needed the particle generator to get that car on the road, then i must give up this... i have no plan of making a such thing at this moment...
But i will try to connect as many cells as possible, and see if the amp is still around that odd 000.3 and if it is more gas produced with more cells or not...

I have different things to try so time will show...i still have hope  :)

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« Reply #19 on: July 06, 2009, 21:26:48 pm »
you know you can magnetize the hydrogen and oxygen and run it through a coil of copper wire with pick up coils around that to generate electrical power, read patent EPO106917 and the 84 News Release

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Re: Alternator
« Reply #20 on: July 06, 2009, 22:59:20 pm »
you know you can magnetize the hydrogen and oxygen and run it through a coil of copper wire with pick up coils around that to generate electrical power, read patent EPO106917 and the 84 News Release


Well, thats all theory, Donald. I never seen anybody confirming that it trully works..

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« Reply #21 on: July 25, 2009, 19:40:28 pm »
Very odd.. When a single tube cell is connected to my alternator, the negative wire from the tube cell measures 001.5 amp with my clampmeter but the other positive wire measures 000.0 amp! NOTTING! this is pulsed dc and the multimeter is in A DC mode...
 
Can`t the multimeter measure pulsed dc or am i taking out amps from the water? notting is going in but 1,5 amp is gong out! Can this be the resonance Stan was talking about?..
 
Do anybody here have the same experience?..

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« Reply #22 on: July 25, 2009, 22:17:30 pm »
Very odd.. When a single tube cell is connected to my alternator, the negative wire from the tube cell measures 001.5 amp with my clampmeter but the other positive wire measures 000.0 amp! NOTTING! this is pulsed dc and the multimeter is in A DC mode...
 
Can`t the multimeter measure pulsed dc or am i taking out amps from the water? notting is going in but 1,5 amp is gong out! Can this be the resonance Stan was talking about?..
 
Do anybody here have the same experience?..

I have clampmeters, but i use normal multimeters for measuring.
Maybe you also try a normal meter. Clampmeters can give very strange reading sometimes...


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« Reply #23 on: July 25, 2009, 22:32:38 pm »
Thanks for the reply, i bought another type digital meter right before the shop closed today, when i saw this odd numbers. I can perform accurate measurements tomorrow. I have used it on the driver motor allready and it was using 2,98 amp without load
 
This is a great hobby. So happy when i saw a lot of bubbles at no current... but i have fouled myself before.. so we have to see.