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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #8 on: September 16, 2009, 00:00:27 am »
Yikes,,, We talked about this already, and i stated that it would not work under pressure, that the explosions was less violent. It would be a Miracle for these joules to push a piston down under pressure.

Joules has been extracted in water under pressure, It was found that the higher the pressure the less violent the explosion. It was also found More joules under pressure was not 1 bit better than smaller joules under pressure, However, In a vacuum was not tested. It is only violet at room pressure, Or below pressure.

The explosion is enough to blow apart a pickle jar, or make a plastic jar jump from a table. But for the injector being under pressure, its a useless piece of contraption. "Assuming" you are talking about discharging joules in water.

Are you guy's ready for the Scarry Phenonomon, The one nobody dares to touch but me? I will probably shoot a last video and send you on your way. If my current Knowledge does not lead the way to what stan was doing he was truly a fraud. However, the phenonamon i talk about involves no electronics or electricals. It is something you guy's no nothing about at all. When i state how i want my injector made people run the other way because they do not understand how it could work.

I have a High pressure vessel to fill with hydrogen, Nobody Dares to test it but me. The explosion test alone, i simply cant get around to testing it, i simply dont have the money for it. However i may share what i "was going to do" for look sakes. That doesn't mean do it. There is one last phenonomon i will share, I have much more important things in life that takes my time away. When you remove gas from one location, a pressurized location, You'de expect a drop in pressure. If you do this properly, Can you do so without effecting the pressure? Thats where everyone gets lost.

Theres no point in me explaining it, just shoot the video and wish you the best of luck, I simply do not have the time anymore.

I will put making you guy's a video on my Todo list, as i am very busy.

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #9 on: September 16, 2009, 00:06:08 am »
Good point, also, when you pressurize something, the temperature will (possibly) rise. There is a direct relationship between Pressure, Temperature, and Volume.

As I learned it the equation was called the Ideal Gas Law, PV=nRT, Pressure * Volume = n(moles) * R (Gas Law Constant) * Temperature

So think about whats happening to those things in the system.

However, Stan does use an exhaust gas cooler... to some degree, not sure the output temperature

Keep your head right where you have it, I hope to make a video when i get the time.

As I learned it the equation was called the Ideal Gas Law, PV=nRT, Pressure * Volume = n(moles) * R (Gas Law Constant) * Temperature

Good place to be, But go further

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #10 on: September 16, 2009, 03:04:11 am »
Warp, glad to see you are busy with other things . This waterfuelcell stuff will make you angry .

Keep it low-tech , keep it free . Have good times with the family .

The electrical is coming , it will be my duty that all members have my circuit , no matter how little money they have .

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #11 on: September 16, 2009, 12:35:48 pm »
question to all about the water injector,
 
i have been thinking a little about the injectors lately and i think i
have a interesting idea that may have not been noticed or mentioned..
Stans setup had the water mixing with the non combustable exhaust, and
high energy state ambient air... once mixed they would be pumped through a
constant displacement pump into whats called the fluid manifold then is
gated into the injectors from there... if we know that heat creates a
higher efficiency in production.. could this fluid manifold be a spot for
the heating of fuel gas before entering the injectors? since wouldn't Stan
look for every aspect to combine and create the most effective process.. i
see him incorporating the manifold in the or by the exhaust to help
conserve wasted thermal heat in the process

Very interesting info outlawstc.
 
So Stan heated the water he sent to the injectors?
What about the HHO cell?
I like it; pump that waste heat back into the combustion process!
See below: :)
 
 
I think the reason for the water injector (probably hot water) is that
Stan was using this effect:
http://www.geocities.com/waterfuel111/water_explosion_menu.html
Which works better if you have water between the electrodes rather than mist.
 
I think the reason for the hydrogen may have been this:
 
 
http://www.lateralscience.co.uk/AtomicH/atomicH.html
http://forum.hydrino.org/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=57
http://pages.csam.montclair.edu/~kowalski/cf/289naudin.html
http://pesn.com/2005/06/26/9600116_Naudin_MAHG/
Although it looks like pure hyrdogen is used by spraying is at the arc?
The diatomic Hydrogen then also burns; adding its energy/heat
 
Perhaps the combined effect of the 2, along with the heat of compression
worked to Pyrolyse the now mist mixture at the time when it be most
needed!?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyrolysis
 
This meant that the whole mixture burned due to the combination of these 3
effects and that Stan simply used a std Electrolyser for the bit of
hydrogen required.
Perhaps he simply diverted peoples attention to the cell to safeguard the
real process!?
 
(Guys I realize that it says a lot if one has done some experimentation of
your own and posted the project, but some small acknowledgement of my
existence would be nice! :)
I do not have the space for my equipment, or the money to experiment
myself at the moment. :( )
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