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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #8 on: April 14, 2009, 06:00:27 am »
alright so i see what is going on here......the diagrams for the gas processor are different then the diagrams for the wfc......

the gas processor goes up to 40kilovolts do to it's connections......

the water fuel cell is different.

so for the gas processor you can run a variac through a bridge rectifier and gate it and send that into the resonant charging chokes (the resonant charging chokes are a different use here i can elaborate later)

for the wfc in order for me to control my voltage amplitude i had to take a variac run it into a step up transformer then full wave rectify it run it through a microwave capacitor then connect it up to my mosfet in place of my battery.(stevie you were correct on the capcitor....but in the other circuits like figure 7 i realize why there is no capacitor.....it is the gas processor which performs differently this may be also why there are 2 different bifilar connections......one for the wfc how john connected it....and one for the gas processor how dankie connects it.)

it works.

tomorrow i will test it out and hopefully be able to use it in water.

but i have successfully figured out the voltage amplitude control.

stay tuned for tomorrow.

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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #9 on: April 14, 2009, 13:01:44 pm »
The EEC is just positive voltage with no other electrode , it makes no sense that my phase conjugate theory would be present here . I makes sense that it would be ther other way around , my connection for the cell and positive voltage for the electron extraction .

So it works ? Ok , show us .


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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #10 on: April 14, 2009, 16:08:59 pm »
I am under the impression that the gas processor only goes to about 2000 volts and in that range. Ionizing air/oxygen/hydrogen is different than ionizing the water.

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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #11 on: April 14, 2009, 17:03:30 pm »
dankie what are you talking about with EEC......im am not even there yet.......

your not a very good reader are you?....or maybe you are confused and i am confused.......i just said that i figured out the voltage amplitude control and that yes it does work......it is actually incredibly simple. REALLY.

and donald it takes a very very high voltage to ionize oxygen......it is stated in the tech brief that it takes more voltage to ionize gas then to split the water.......

wf cell will never reach 40,000 volts......it can but then you would be splitting water and ionizing the particles inside the cell and exploding them all in an "instant"......then you have just successfully made a bomb.....that is why gas and water are done seperately then re-combined.....this is why i think the gas processor has an earth ground.....and the wfc has an isolated ground...for different voltage levels.

there is a reason why there are 2 different bifilar connections.

i will draw a picture of my setup for variable voltage control.
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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #12 on: April 14, 2009, 17:07:30 pm »
much to learn i guess, and i've already learned so much...

Glad to see you are making progress and discoveries and sorting things out.

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Re: RLC resonance
« Reply #13 on: April 14, 2009, 17:19:30 pm »
alright so when i get back i will make a new thread on the varialbe voltage control and draw the schematic for it in technical form and in pretty picture form.