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Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works

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Steve:

--- Quote from: X-Blade on November 13, 2018, 20:52:22 pm ---Hello Steve.

It is clear on the Independent Test Evaluation Report that it is not overunity, nor even 100% efficient.

The supposed gain as Stan claims was from resonant cavity but nobody saw any demonstration.

--- End quote ---

That was a test with a tubecell driven by an alternator electromotor setup.
Thats not OU at all from an electricity perspective.
If he had the bif coil in there and he would have hit the water with hv spikes, then he might have createe a different isotope of hydrogen with more mol mass.
Then the ou numbers would be different......

Steve:
$ 1 0.000005 10.20027730826997 50 5 50
T 208 192 320 144 0 0.01 1 0.10025545798798863 -1.714352890758164e-7 0.999
v 304 304 208 304 0 0 40 5 0 0 0.5
w 208 304 208 192 0
f 320 80 320 128 40 1.5 0.02
w 304 128 208 128 0
w 208 128 208 144 0
w 336 128 368 128 0
d 208 128 208 64 2 default
c 208 64 368 64 0 1e-8 3270.171199719963
w 352 144 352 80 0
w 352 80 368 80 0
w 368 64 368 80 0
w 368 128 368 192 0
w 368 192 368 304 0
w 304 304 368 304 0
R 320 80 400 32 0 2 400 5 0 0 0.5
w 352 144 352 192 0
w 320 192 352 192 0
w 320 144 368 128 0
o 8 64 0 4099 5120 0.05 0 2 8 3
o 1 64 0 4099 5 0.8 1 2 1 3

Steve:
Its working in my simulator now.
It has been so obvious and i never seen it.
Stanley's schematic is a boost converter and he doesnt use a resistor between his capacitor and " ground" but a coil...
One side of a bifilar coil. Or a transformer like an audio transformer....Didnt he say that?
In his car he had to use his battery as basis.
Boost up the voltage in a controlled way. The waterfuel cell gets highly conductive when current flows and then the boost circuit doesnt work anymore.
So he had to add somekind of resistance between the cell and ground.....

Do you see it?

Steve:
Voltage goes sky high on the cell.....

X-Blade:
Steve, there is something you forgot:

Water conductivity, low resistance.
Our simulations works great with real capacitors

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