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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #64 on: July 07, 2009, 16:10:16 pm »
Yes indeed but now that we retry with new water, new rubber dampeners and hanging cable, then we are back at "normal" H2... :'(

This is really sensitive to the mechanics and the correct spacing.

Well, I guess we have long tests ahead.

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #65 on: July 07, 2009, 19:09:03 pm »
So a hard day this was.... COP about 1 in our new setup with changed water, hanger and rubbers. Mostly distilled but 20% tap was in, unfortunately we did not have enough distilled left.

Impressions:

1) The straightness of the pipes in the water and the even spacing around the cylinder seem very important.

2) Bubbles, the "ionized" bubbles pop like crazy and are real heavy, like a boat in water floating on the surface attracting in new small bubbles making massive bubbles on the water surface. That is real Brown´s gas, the other stuff is not nearly as reactive.

3) Copper pipes with very small spacing of 1 mm was used, very large and rather ionized bubbles but they stick to the copper surface so production is very low. If you use copper pipes you will need big spacing and probably some insulation, maybe not practical.

4) My tone vibration with Delirn holders could not be reproduced today since we only had a little distilled water left and with tap we got bubbles....... >:(


Well, all in all a very long day, tomorrow is a new day let´s focus on that one.... Many things left to try. Starting by tuning hte pipes acoustically, then trying to find a way to resonate them.

Anticipating a crystal solution I foresee the need of ambient air with water spray(transducer fogger), if the temperature of the water rises you can not match the crystal resonance with the pipe resonance freq.,, that is another reason for ambient air with a water nozzle. Just some idea for now. Goodnight.

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #66 on: July 07, 2009, 19:40:29 pm »
Another feedback, we get water inside our pulser, especially the negative connection. So the gas rises up from the tube and follows the electric cable and then condenses inside the pulser...... It must have an electric charge. This is getting more and more exciting. The bubbles are very different and pop much more than normal electrolysis bubbles.

Had a similar problem.  The water may just be ingressing  the between the wire and the insulation....probably from an exposed area near the end.  Some "liquid electrical tape" solved this  temporarily.   May just be capillary action.


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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #67 on: July 07, 2009, 23:09:32 pm »
So a hard day this was.... COP about 1 in our new setup with changed water, hanger and rubbers. Mostly distilled but 20% tap was in, unfortunately we did not have enough distilled left.

Impressions:

1) The straightness of the pipes in the water and the even spacing around the cylinder seem very important.

2) Bubbles, the "ionized" bubbles pop like crazy and are real heavy, like a boat in water floating on the surface attracting in new small bubbles making massive bubbles on the water surface. That is real Brown´s gas, the other stuff is not nearly as reactive.

3) Copper pipes with very small spacing of 1 mm was used, very large and rather ionized bubbles but they stick to the copper surface so production is very low. If you use copper pipes you will need big spacing and probably some insulation, maybe not practical.

4) My tone vibration with Delirn holders could not be reproduced today since we only had a little distilled water left and with tap we got bubbles....... >:(


Well, all in all a very long day, tomorrow is a new day let´s focus on that one.... Many things left to try. Starting by tuning hte pipes acoustically, then trying to find a way to resonate them.

Anticipating a crystal solution I foresee the need of ambient air with water spray(transducer fogger), if the temperature of the water rises you can not match the crystal resonance with the pipe resonance freq.,, that is another reason for ambient air with a water nozzle. Just some idea for now. Goodnight.

I would suggest to use a different set of tubes for the tuning exercise.
This because you had that effect with this set and you might wanna try to get the effect again. If you change anything on yr current one, then you might not be able to replicate it anymore..

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #68 on: July 08, 2009, 03:10:15 am »
I would like to make a point about the wall thickness of our pipes.  Thin wall will give the best resonance.  Does on my cells.  ;)

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #69 on: July 08, 2009, 07:00:29 am »
yea, i can see that, considering stans cell has 35 and 40 thousands thick tubes, you could crush them in your hands if you wanted too

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #70 on: July 08, 2009, 10:56:09 am »
Yeah the thin wall must be a key and also the dry cell concept which means you pump the water through the cell putting away all the bubbles asap. What is your COP with thin walls?  We will advance very quickly now I believe. Anyone wants to feedback their results I am most grateful. The more replicators cooperating the stronger we get, I also believe getting official is the best thing you can do and tell everyone about your results asap to protect yourself from bad stuff, they will know you anyway since you have an IP and e-mails so get official is your best strategy.

Put free energy at the bottom of every e-mail to make them work harder. Add in Stan Meyer and they will get overloaded. Remember who has the real power, it is us cooperating. 8)

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #71 on: July 08, 2009, 13:13:54 pm »
I do have sme sort of magnetic filter design in my project section .

just isolate well so there is no charge exchage and it just might work , I dont know .

I didnt make it , I wouldnt patent it if it did work , no $ for that shit .