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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2018, 23:24:52 pm »
Hello Steve and welcome Ancientmist

i was reading and had a thought about something you just said Steve..

in a car you could use a solenoid valve to deviate a small part of the water that should go to the radiator and pass it thru a copper tube, around or inside the cell, such as to keep it hot... the valve can be controlled by a temperature sensor to keep the cell temperature stable... i guess this may help maintain the operation stability

=D


Thanks for the input. This would definitely work to maintain a constant temperature setpoint for the bubbler system. I think this is why Paul Pantone diverted some of the exhaust around the bubbler in his famous "Big Blue" setup. However, I will look into addressing this issue if the system shows signs of being cold during operation.
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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2018, 23:18:25 pm »
plse make sure that the space around the innerrod is the same in totall diameter as yr standard carburator inlet diameter.

The other thing is that the container wirh the water petrol mix becomes very cold during operations. That shuts it down...

Try to insulate yr geet reaction chamber so you can keep it as hot as you can...As close to the exhaust hole as well.

And the diameter of yr exhaust hole must match the space around the two tubes where the exhaust gasses go thru.

In stead of using that glas bottle you might think of using two smaller carburators. One for water and one for petrol.

Did you take a look at that huge geet build pics?

My best results with geet i got with my hho cell and an bubler filled with used oil....

I like it that you want to test a geet system.
If you have any questions....

cheers!


I have taken the Exhaust flow and Intake flow diameters into consideration and will match this a close as possible to the existing engine output. Due to the design I have, I may end up making a few reactors systems to test without redesigning the entire system.

I will try the bubbler system first to see what results I get. I understand maintaining a vacuum is critical to the system operation. Later I can look into adding a small carburetor. If you notice, there is a third inlet port to the design I have. My plan was to add this line to a carburetor for the initial startup process and burn-in procedure.

I did review the Huge GEET build pics. Replicating this would have been some work, and I don't have access to all the equipment at the moment. I may look into this further down the road. Need to understand the GEET process first with my own ideas to feel confident on going forward.

Thanks for the feedback! Much appreciated

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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2018, 11:49:12 am »
Hello Steve and welcome Ancientmist

i was reading and had a thought about something you just said Steve..

in a car you could use a solenoid valve to deviate a small part of the water that should go to the radiator and pass it thru a copper tube, around or inside the cell, such as to keep it hot... the valve can be controlled by a temperature sensor to keep the cell temperature stable... i guess this may help maintain the operation stability

=D

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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2018, 09:56:46 am »
plse make sure that the space around the innerrod is the same in totall diameter as yr standard carburator inlet diameter.

The other thing is that the container wirh the water petrol mix becomes very cold during operations. That shuts it down...

Try to insulate yr geet reaction chamber so you can keep it as hot as you can...As close to the exhaust hole as well.

And the diameter of yr exhaust hole must match the space around the two tubes where the exhaust gasses go thru.

In stead of using that glas bottle you might think of using two smaller carburators. One for water and one for petrol.

Did you take a look at that huge geet build pics?

My best results with geet i got with my hho cell and an bubler filled with used oil....

I like it that you want to test a geet system.
If you have any questions....

cheers!
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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 19, 2018, 00:29:03 am »
Yeah. I did look at the Paul Pantone section, but since it's an old thread I was curious if anyone did anything up-to-date so far.

Attached is 2 pdfs of an initial design that I'm going to build. The design concept is going off all the information I have found so far and will do some testing.

My intent is to design the test rig so it can be changed-out easily with different types of reactors, engines, reactor rods. etc...

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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 18, 2018, 09:57:47 am »
Damn...... i am so organized....

This is really a cool GEET.....

http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,1177.16.html

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General Discussion / Re: GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 18, 2018, 09:54:51 am »
I ll guess i am the only one here who also did some work on the geet....
Here my posts:
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,1148.0.html

And of course there is the general topic called Paul Pantone.
There is some info there.

The best geet system i have seen sofar that claimed to have run just on water is a 10 tube parallel system.
I will have a look in my archieve if you want...
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AncientMist / Project section of AncientMist
« Last post by Hidden on July 18, 2018, 09:42:36 am »
Welcome to the project section of Ancientmist!
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General Discussion / GEET System Review and Feedback
« Last post by Hidden on July 18, 2018, 03:37:22 am »
Hi Everyone,

I've been studying the GEET system and would like some input from others on this forum. Do we have any active members here that have replicated the system? Any feedback with the technology is much appreciated! I would like to design a simple GEET setup for testing and development. Actually, I have some design work already completed. Just seeing what others have done in the past. Thanks
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Getting Together / South or North Carolina
« Last post by Hidden on July 18, 2018, 03:27:32 am »
Hi Everyone,

Does anyone live close to South Carolina or North Carolina, USA? I live in the general area of Charlotte, NC. I'm starting up my research and design developments and would like to see if there is anyone close? Thanks in advance!
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