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Stanley Meyer => Stanley Meyer => Thermal Injection => Topic started by: fastimports3 on March 06, 2008, 07:51:59 am

Title: Energy Utilizing H2O Plasma Generated In Multiple Steps
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 06, 2008, 07:51:59 am
Here's a patent for adding to the think tank here.
Title: Re: Energy Utilizing H2O Plasma Generated In Multiple Steps
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 06, 2008, 12:36:46 pm
it is a great idea, ive seen a few patents close to this one ( Stan Meyer too )
one problem i see with this is the amount of energy u would need to drive the plasma generator, as of to day u would need a big batterybank in the car to energize the plasma generator
the Rusians hawe good knowledge of this
from a old post i made:

(http://img86.imageshack.us/img86/4561/plasmaelectrolysismk2.jpg) (http://imageshack.us) (http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/8741/plasmaelectrolysis2ni4.jpg) (http://imageshack.us)


HYDROGEN ENERGY & PLASMA TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
NEW COMPACT and CHEAP PLASMACATALYTIC CONVERTER
PRODUCTIVITY – 7 m3 of SYN-GAS PER HOUR
INDUSTRIAL
MAGNETRON with
RADIATION FREQUENCY
2,45 GHertz
POWER
1 kW


Now scale that to a car and u could hawe something, im no expert in plasma technology but i dont think it`s OU as of to day?


Mr Browngass
Title: Re: Energy Utilizing H2O Plasma Generated In Multiple Steps
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 10, 2008, 21:01:22 pm
You'd have to shield the whole unit. That magnetron that makes up the base of the unit puts out a lot of RF radiation (think microwaves). We use them in UV curing systems for exciting the gas & mercury in the UV bulbs. They pump out some serious power and thus require quite a bit as well. The control unit for the lamp assembly has some huge transformers making the control unit alone weigh close to 100 pounds.