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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #168 on: July 21, 2009, 16:21:24 pm »
And now to reiterate steam injection:

If steam condenses quickly you will get both suction and pressure, unique on a combustion engine.

So HHO + steam, way to go. Who will be the first to show it? :P

All of us with a wfc is just doing that.... ;)

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« Reply #169 on: July 21, 2009, 16:41:13 pm »
Great!  I hope you beat me to it... I will need some more time over vacations I am afraid...

And now to reiterate steam injection: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAkRLjx8FeU

If steam condenses quickly you will get both suction and pressure, unique on a combustion engine.

So HHO + steam, way to go. Who will be the first to show it? :P

All of us with a wfc is just doing that.... ;)

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« Reply #170 on: July 21, 2009, 16:44:07 pm »
Great!  I hope you beat me to it... I will need some more time over vacations I am afraid...

And now to reiterate steam injection: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAkRLjx8FeU

If steam condenses quickly you will get both suction and pressure, unique on a combustion engine.

So HHO + steam, way to go. Who will be the first to show it? :P

All of us with a wfc is just doing that.... ;)


There is most of the time steam coming along out of every cell having more then 2V across the electrodes.
So, in my engine tests, there have been steam too.
I also tried adding extra steam. That did help. Too much steam is no good....
Where are you going to on Holiday? Do you stay in yr country, Sweden, i believe?

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« Reply #171 on: July 21, 2009, 16:51:40 pm »
Yes I stay put here, maybe some small tour around the neighbouring countries, in the south of Europe the heat is too much for me anyway... This summer here is the best in years with "normal" temps from 70-85 F and not too hot nights like the last 5 years and not too terrible humidity.

Which temperature do you have in your WFC today?

So which pressure are you going to work with? I will use about 300 F and 5 Bars working pressure which will give >98% dry steam and massive amoounts of HHO, perfect I believe. Then you could throttle with the over pressure too.

Look at this closed loop condensing system, amazing: http://www.damninteresting.com/the-last-great-steam-car



Great!  I hope you beat me to it... I will need some more time over vacations I am afraid...

And now to reiterate steam injection: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAkRLjx8FeU

If steam condenses quickly you will get both suction and pressure, unique on a combustion engine.

So HHO + steam, way to go. Who will be the first to show it? :P

All of us with a wfc is just doing that.... ;)


There is most of the time steam coming along out of every cell having more then 2V across the electrodes.
So, in my engine tests, there have been steam too.
I also tried adding extra steam. That did help. Too much steam is no good....
Where are you going to on Holiday? Do you stay in yr country, Sweden, i believe?

Steve

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« Reply #172 on: July 21, 2009, 19:02:18 pm »
Well, maybe we see eachother then......I am going to Blekinge for some weeks.. ;)

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Re: Results from some tests...
« Reply #173 on: October 19, 2009, 01:11:22 am »
Gauss, 
 
You can download these two programs that will be of the utmost help in determining resonance. Both are freeware and both work very well. 
 
You can even run them at the same time.  Visual Analyzer will show the precise resonant frequency and harmonics of a tube via the spectrum analyzer /FFT function as well as with the frequency meter.  You will need a mic  and a soundcard.  Thats it.  Works great.
 
You can find the exact resonant frequency with Visual analyzer.  You can then program that frequency into the Chime program.  Then "ping" the tube with chime and hear it resonate sympathetically.  You can keep VA running a see all that is happening in the spectrum analyzer.  The attached inage file is a snapshot of a one of my crystal wine glasses resonating after being "pinged"
 

http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/VA/
 
http://www.gdp-research.com.au/soft_1.htm


thx goey , I will investigate what is known as''sound'' with some new modern equipment on the low budget tho, since there is alternating Q charge from those triplen tubes from inner to outer , the middle tube is in the best condition possible to start oscillating .

If it oscillates , it will create changing ''water pressure'' aka ''sound'' .  This will also correspond to maximum ''physical movement'' .

Because thats what sound is really , an electrical frequency being converted to moving a speaker wich changes air pressure and your ear piking those up , all the same ...