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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #8 on: July 31, 2009, 14:37:57 pm »
well guys i myself have only seen one stephen meyer patent until i believe yesterday... i think stephen changed his name to stephen barrie chambers, alberta canada..

my reasons are the assignee is xogen power inc..

i havent read them yet but there is 4. 3 seem to be the same while one is different, none are the one that has been seen to my prior knowlege...



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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #9 on: July 31, 2009, 20:24:33 pm »
intresting stuff:
 
The pulsed signal can be almost any
waveform and have a variable current level, voltage level,

frequency and mark-space ratio[/]
 
and
 
The power supply in the present invention is required to
provide a pulsed signal having only 12 volts at 300 ma (3.6
watts). [/]It [/]has been found that an optimal amount of hydrogen
and oxygen has been produced when the pulsed signal has

mark-space ratio of 10:1 and a frequency of 10-250 KHz.[/]
 
and
 
The present invention, with sufficient electrodes, can
generate hydrogen and oxygen fast enough to feed the gases
directly into an internal combustion engine or turbine
engine, and run the engine continuously without accumulation
and storage of the gases. Hence, this provides for the
first time a hydrogen/oxygen driven engine that is safe

because it requires no storage of hydrogen or oxygen gas.
 
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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #10 on: July 31, 2009, 20:50:08 pm »
The jolt circuit can do w/e Stephen claims in the patent . From the looks of it , it looks really really simple... 

He seems to be using 2 alternators in the other ,

I am working on the hydroxyl refilling patent , theres much to test with bobbins and capacitors etc ...

What I find exciting abouit this patent is that we get to play with the impedance matching and test out our calculus math skills , with  :D :D COMMON :D :D components finally hurray !!!
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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2009, 00:39:42 am »
I have changed my main multivibrator (cd4047) for a LMC555 . I was looking to change my main oscillator for a 74hc series oscillator but I couldnt find a good astable multivibrator in that series . Its all crap monostable that needs endless modifications to make it a constant 50/50 like the cd4047 , I tried a few other custom parts  but they are just too small lol ...

The limiting factor of this setup was my main oscillator wich really started to act erratic past 1mhz . My main frequency is 120 times higher than the fundamental sine frequency .

We can now go up to 15 khz with the solid state alternator , so thats 50% more range . I think the frequency will depend on the cell and contaminates . So I am now less worried that I will hit resonance with this extra 5khz headroom . So its a 15 khz  AC sine wave that can output up to 4000 mA .

The OP amps get pretty hot and will need a big heatsink

6 of them for all 6 signals ...

The phase delay triple pwm can now have a main frequency of up to 2.5 mhz with f/2 and f/4 of 1mhz and 500 khz respectively .

I find it extremely bizarre that its impossible to find a plug and play constant 50/50 chip like the cd4047 for up to 20 mhz range . But
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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2009, 10:02:40 am »
Hi Dankie,

I think you know now enough about pwm's.
Would it not be time for you to start buying some SS plates or tubes?
Make measurements on gas output? See what works best?

Steve

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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #13 on: August 02, 2009, 20:38:44 pm »
i wanted to post this here since it is relative i believe and i havent seen it spoke of much anywhere ...  i have been looking into a simple way to create a pcb... the simplest way i have found so far requires
a cloths iron, laser photo paper (and laser printer) with computer and sofware of course , muratic acid, hydrogen peroxide, a sponge brush,  cold bucket of water .. the video explains it well.. i have found a program for drawing up and printing the board on the photopaper..  its called diptrace and they have a freeware version on there site..  http://www.diptrace.com/download.php

i think for the price of the copper clad( new circuit board) and the etching materials it sure beats a bread board and jumper wires.


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Re: New project : replicating the Stephen Meyers driver
« Reply #14 on: August 02, 2009, 20:48:13 pm »
It would take about 5-10 hours of non-stop assembly to make the whole thing . Thats IF everything goes smoothly .

And theres always mistakes .

Noise is also a factor here for the ramp part ..

So a  good pcb is a must .
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Re: great 50/50 pulsing circuit
« Reply #15 on: August 06, 2009, 04:31:12 am »
I have received my lmc555 cmos timer today . This circuit works great , its pretty much as 50/50 as it gets and much smoother at higher than 1mhz , it can go up to 3mhz .

it works just perfect... This is the exact same circuit I use . There is 500 ohm resistor in series with the pot tho . This is my new favorite chip .

http://www.electro-tech-online.com/attachments/general-electronics-chat/30426d1245242445-how-can-i-make-square-wave-pulses-have-50-duty-cycle-50pc.gif

I use the cmos version of the 555 , the lmc555 from national . Can drive up to 20 mA , works 5-15 volts ( WOAH !!! GREAT CHIP !!!!! ;D , awesome work national , the chip is also very beautiful , it has a nice black lustrous shine to it  ;D

I tried it with a normal 555 timer and it didnt work , or maybe my timer was fried I dunno , it was old .
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