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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #16 on: August 07, 2009, 22:51:06 pm »
Paul has said repeatedly in his recent videos that he is moving his operations/classes/promos from US to Europe, mainly near Stevie in NL.

GEETs supposed to be big in France, some of the commercial derivatives are ecopra, SPAD, etc.

Can't wait to see your results Stevie. Keep it up!

PS: The key to a successful GEET (plasma ring between rod and inner pipe) is still a secret, not yet revealed by Paul. But depends on several variables such as rod length, diameter, clearance, etc..

Yes, there seems to be some variables. As far as i have seen in all found info, the rod is working like a venturi.
That way the molecules of the fuel accelerate to the speed of sound. Thats needed to achieve ionization of the fuel.

So, you need a seamless innertube. No welding residu's insite are allowed.
I use a pretty thick tube. Keeps it strait.
The smaller the gap between innertube and rod, the more acceleration of particles you get, the better.
The smaller the gap between innertube and rod, the less volume of fuel and air you get and the engine doesnt run anymore.......
The smaller the gap between innertube and rod, the easier the vacuum sucks the rod to the intake and leaves the magnetic field....

So, whats the best rod? I think you must make up yr mind on which fuel you wanna run the engine.
There are some tricks the determine with help of compass after the first testrun, how long the new rod must be.

I think that if you have a tube that is capable of easy being magnetised by the free electrons of whatever they come from, then you have more freedom in gapspace.

Also a very smooth rod is helpfull. It should spin inside....
Then it creates a magnetic field and that we can measure, is it...
There should also be a way of measuring current to prove the set is doing ok.
The only thing i have problems with the is the idea of pointing the geet reactor to the north or south pole of the earth...
Last thing that i think would be helpfull, is the keep the reactor FAR away from the engine bobine and from the alternator/powergen part. This, because their magnetic fields can work counterwise.

All above is theory of course, til proven otherwise.











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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #17 on: August 07, 2009, 22:58:54 pm »
Maybe there is a math calculation?
Something for calculation of the venturi acceleration within carburators?


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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #18 on: August 08, 2009, 12:50:18 pm »
Yes, I have friends shops around here with all tools ready to help you if needed. Just give me a few days notice to arrange things, I will probably be back here on Wednesday and then any day is ok. I would suggest to use the vertical reactor anyway, seems more easy.

Go visit me and I can help you. :)

Hi Gauss. So you have a metalshop at yr service? Welding, cutting and thread cutters, like 1 and 0.5 inch?
We had plans to meet anyway, if all things went well here..
I have the genset here.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #19 on: August 09, 2009, 15:55:22 pm »
If you do not know this yet, there's a pretty good instruction list how to assemble the thing at http://www.geet.nl/free-geet-plans.php

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #20 on: August 09, 2009, 22:35:55 pm »
If you do not know this yet, there's a pretty good instruction list how to assemble the thing at http://www.geet.nl/free-geet-plans.php

Thanks for the tip. I have seen that site and its a good one with lots of good info.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #21 on: August 10, 2009, 17:55:27 pm »
Progress report:

Today i send my Geet parts to Gauss. He will make me some parts for what i dont have the tools for...(yet).
With some luck i will have them back at the end of this week or maybe next week.

Keep you updated!

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #22 on: August 24, 2009, 16:53:28 pm »
Gauss says that the parts will be ready this week.
The engine is ready for them!

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #23 on: September 05, 2009, 17:06:21 pm »
Thanks to Gauss, i got some parts for my Geet setup.
Because i still needed some other parts for the setup, i went to my metalshop yesterday.
After some talking to my old and wise friend of the shop, he said that he had made many heat exchangers in his life..The guy is 52. He showed me many designs and drawings. Very very  nice stuff. So, he asked me what i really wanted and so we started drawing!
Its very nice and productive when creative people meet and talk in detail! Good things comes out from there. Well, long story short: The new designed Geet aka vortex heatexchanger will be made by a professional welder/cutter/metalworker and will be deliverd next week.
Inclusive steel rods in 2 sizes.


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