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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #56 on: February 05, 2008, 09:39:28 am »
Thanks kumaran and hydro,

I will continue. This test had 1 positive outcome.
I saw a confirmation of my SM theory.
More on that later.

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #57 on: February 08, 2008, 01:25:36 am »
well, if you really want to know my opinion, i think id rather hear your mistakes rather than what someone thinks might work, at least your trying and not talking about how it could work, i highly admire that!



I'm with ye on that !

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #58 on: June 25, 2008, 05:30:14 am »
I have a wfc that ressemble a little bit like yours ...

so I am very curious as to what was the mistake your talking about ??  I might have done the same one who knows   ;)

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #59 on: July 09, 2008, 16:30:19 pm »
my newest low power test
just 6 watts.....
Triangle waveform out of a pulsed bifilaircoil


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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #60 on: July 09, 2008, 17:18:18 pm »
hello
 as i saw from your vid volts are 19 and amps are 0.3 the triangular waveform is not amplified threw the bifilar  coil and stays 19 v
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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #61 on: July 09, 2008, 18:13:32 pm »
James, i do not have a gasoutput reading for the calculation. So no mmw at his moment.

But....

Input in bifcoil is a squarewave
Output of bifcoil with wfc connected is triangle
Volts input of bifcoil (on scope) : 21,6Vp by 0.34 amps = 7.3watts
Volts output of bifcoil (on scope): 9.3Vp by 0.55 amps =  5.1watts
This is not as good as Hydrocars and I did with 2 normal coils. We got more watts out then we put in at those specific setups.
Frequency: 3.4khz

Still, production is pretty nice.......and i will tune this setup a little bit more tonight...see what i can pull out of it.. ;)

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #62 on: July 09, 2008, 23:11:46 pm »
James,
short answer before i drop into my bed...

I know that there is only 1 figure that counts at the end  and thats how much power the setup consumes at the wall outlet...
and the amount of gas produced with it..... ;)

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #63 on: July 10, 2008, 10:18:31 am »
yeh,

The strange thing is, that if you use 5volt, the amps are like 10 amps for a specific cell.
As soon as you put 10 Volts on the same cell, the amps will rise as well....to like 15 amps.
The formula p=u*I and U=I*R are fixed.
When you use plain tapwater and put different voltages on your cell, you will see different resistance numbers.
With stuff like KOH the numbers will be a bit different.
If the law of fysics is right and that every volt over 2Volts is turning into heat, then you cell must be very simple.
2Volts on the earlier mentioned cell pulls like 5 amps. (just an example...dudes ;))
And you want to get a cell that pull 40 amps, then you have 2 options.

1. add like 8 till 9 cells in parallel/ The result will be that the overall resistance will drop drastically. That way it is able to pull the amps.
2. Because there is a limit on how low you can go with resistance, because you reach very quickly the deadshort condition, you may choose to use
    the split option. That means that you use 2 power supplys in stead of 1. So you drive 4 cells on each powersupply. They are all in the same wfc. Thats oke.

As my low  power test shows, you can get pretty nice production with a relativly high resistance (9.3Vp / 0.55 amps =  16.7 ohms!
Voltage is providing the road for conductance. It is lining up the watermolecules till a certain level. That why higher volts brings higher amps.!
I assume that the 2V level is the lowest level of conductance......

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