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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #40 on: September 20, 2009, 11:37:42 am »

Very nice Geet that is Steve, i often wonder where you get energy to do so many projects at the same time.

I like the clean welding job.. Can see that the welding job is done of a person that have welded before..

Now you can get a better idea how this work, and improve it.. may your work be successful

I had a accident a while ago, and is still in healing prosess, but i am looking forward to continue with my "hydrogen-hobby"

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Thanks man. I am also wondering how i do this all. All this must lead to my dream. Running an engine/powergen 100% on water and having power left to use in my house.

Good to hear from you again, btw. Accidents are not nice. Well, at least your brain is still working.. ;)

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Re: Geet project of Steve: rod details
« Reply #41 on: September 20, 2009, 12:47:15 pm »
An important element of the geet reactor or vortex heat exchanger, is the innerrod.

It must develop a magnetic field, is the theory.

Here is my rod after the first run.
The video shows me moving a compas over the rod. Very interesting!

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #42 on: September 20, 2009, 14:54:54 pm »

 Very interesting, indeed.

  Does the rod show any signs of it actually spinning, inside the device ??

  Looks like the rod is creating turbulence on both ends ??   I thought the North end, or, the inlet end, was supposed to be bullet shaped ???

  Nice job showing all aspects of you device, Steve.  Thanks for taking the time to do this.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #43 on: September 20, 2009, 14:57:54 pm »
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RPM's are difficult to measure for me. Not sure how to do that.
I watch the 230V meter and thats what this generator should produce.If the revs are too low, the voltmeter is also low.
I will find me a heater of around 2kw and put that as a load on the gen, next times.

http://www.craftacraft.com/small_engine_tools_tachometer

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #44 on: September 20, 2009, 20:24:21 pm »
Congrats for a great start with GEET!


Next step: HHO(easy one)
Second step: Pressure boiler(100% water running) with 5 bars pressure - dangerous step must be done!

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #45 on: September 20, 2009, 23:00:53 pm »
I have to update my msn, i don't have the time right now..

I have got Burried Under 10 Books Stevie! Sold the bug! I will be taking the test in December! I am Focused only on digging my way out of these 10 books.

Keep up the Grate work, As i am drowning in the Paper Sea..

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #46 on: September 21, 2009, 23:18:25 pm »
Congrats Steve!

This is probably old news to you:
http://www.geet.nl/newsarticle.php?id=98


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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #47 on: September 21, 2009, 23:35:12 pm »
Thanks Logic.
I already know that site and the yahoo group. They are helpfull and the moderator is very nice.

Steve