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Re: new cell
« Reply #8 on: September 13, 2014, 14:53:54 pm »
Everything takes a life here...

in about a week i will get the capacitance meter and more tubes and the same wire you got... as soon as i get the cores i can make the bobbins to start coiling... hope all goes fine  ???

I was wandering abou the caloric power of water and i got a not so good surprise..

fist i found that for every liter of whatever combustible you burn you are generating 1 liter of water (gasoline, diesel) plus 2000 liters of C02 carbonic gas
all that consuming 3000 liters of oxygen from the atmosphere...1/3 not returnable, because it became water that didm´t exist before! The CO2 should be returnable thru photosynthesis to reform the hydrocarbons again..

than i found that  gasoline or diesel takes half of its power from its hydrogen and half from its power from the carbon content or so.

than i found that actually in terms of energy water has 2,5 less energy than gasoline comparing volume..

but the advantage is that water carry its own oxygen supply! so its the perfect fuel

The other advantage of hydrogen is that it burns completely, different from diesel of gasoline that never burns completely.

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« Reply #9 on: September 14, 2014, 01:26:17 am »
now i hooked up the pump on the cell and it worked great with no leaks... old and good hot glue!!!

it makes me wonder if the hydrogen cycling thru the cells is a good idea.. the water become like a solution of bubbles...

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Re: new cell
« Reply #10 on: September 14, 2014, 10:07:27 am »
Well, you know that where bubbles are, no current flows.

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« Reply #11 on: September 15, 2014, 13:43:57 pm »
In this photo the pump is operating... i don´t think a video would be of any help now this is just plain electrolysis mookie.. .

I´m using my cel phone so it takes a long time to upload videos from it... photos are just quick..

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Re: new cell
« Reply #12 on: September 16, 2014, 17:41:09 pm »
The core are almost arriving =)

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Re: new cell
« Reply #13 on: September 21, 2014, 18:55:59 pm »
now i hooked up the pump on the cell and it worked great with no leaks... old and good hot glue!!!

it makes me wonder if the hydrogen cycling thru the cells is a good idea.. the water become like a solution of bubbles...
Sebosfato, I would like to give you a heads up on your water pump. It is not a good Idea to pump water through the cells. Stan's cell was designed to be self pumped, self primed by pressure inside the cell as pressure builds up in the cell. The water well in the center of the cell leads directly to an outlet that goes out to another cavity that houses the electrostatic filter, where it is filtered and  then fed back into the cell under it's own pressure from the cell. Pressure of the cell itself cause the water to leave the cell and re-enter the cell, no pump is need. (Do not use a pump.)

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Re: new cell
« Reply #14 on: September 22, 2014, 10:42:08 am »
now i hooked up the pump on the cell and it worked great with no leaks... old and good hot glue!!!

it makes me wonder if the hydrogen cycling thru the cells is a good idea.. the water become like a solution of bubbles...
Sebosfato, I would like to give you a heads up on your water pump. It is not a good Idea to pump water through the cells. Stan's cell was designed to be self pumped, self primed by pressure inside the cell as pressure builds up in the cell. The water well in the center of the cell leads directly to an outlet that goes out to another cavity that houses the electrostatic filter, where it is filtered and  then fed back into the cell under it's own pressure from the cell. Pressure of the cell itself cause the water to leave the cell and re-enter the cell, no pump is need. (Do not use a pump.)

Ronnie my idea with the pump was to try forcing the circulation adding the possibility to use a polymer like filter... to keep the water ever purifying... 

Thanks very for the advice!

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Re: new cell
« Reply #15 on: September 22, 2014, 10:44:33 am »
my cores for the vics are here!!!

i´m finishing my improvised lathe to finish the bobbins for the new cores!

i used my bench driller to create a lathe using my xy table and a iron table as support... it does well but i need to get more solid to machine the pieces with more precision...