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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #48 on: September 22, 2009, 12:23:08 pm »
Thanks Logic.
I already know that site and the yahoo group. They are helpfull and the moderator is very nice.

Steve

Perhaps the info on pipe and rod lengths and thicknesses should be posted here too Steve?

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #49 on: September 22, 2009, 13:23:28 pm »
Thanks Logic.
I already know that site and the yahoo group. They are helpfull and the moderator is very nice.

Steve

Perhaps the info on pipe and rod lengths and thicknesses should be posted here too Steve?

I had made a general GEET chapter for that kind of info, Logic.
This here are just my findings from my tests.

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« Reply #50 on: September 23, 2009, 18:37:01 pm »
Found some hours to run geet tests.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50%  water.
NO RESULTS. Meaning, it didnt run whatsoever. I added some petrol and then it ran. Hmmmmmmm. Not good, is it.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50% water and 2.5litre HHO p/minute
Engine ran perfect! The engine actually ran on HHO. When i took the HHO, the engine stopped directly.

STUPID ME: i used a glas bubler for the Geet tests. Well, if you put HHO in the bubler, like i did, you take a risc. I knew the risc. And i learned it again. When i pulled the HHO of and the engine stalled, i put back the HHO and pulled the cord.....
It blew up the bublers toplit and some of the glas broke as well. Big bang.Stupid wastspark didnt needed much time to ruine my 3 dollar bubbler.

Things i learned: Intake on bubler must be bigger then outlet bubler.
Use plastic jars.....doh....


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« Reply #51 on: September 23, 2009, 18:59:29 pm »
Found some hours to run geet tests.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50%  water.
NO RESULTS. Meaning, it didnt run whatsoever. I added some petrol and then it ran. Hmmmmmmm. Not good, is it.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50% water and 2.5litre HHO p/minute
Engine ran perfect! The engine actually ran on HHO. When i took the HHO, the engine stopped directly.

STUPID ME: i used a glas bubler for the Geet tests. Well, if you put HHO in the bubler, like i did, you take a risc. I knew the risc. And i learned it again. When i pulled the HHO of and the engine stalled, i put back the HHO and pulled the cord.....
It blew up the bublers toplit and some of the glas broke as well. Big bang.Stupid wastspark didnt needed much time to ruine my 3 dollar bubbler.

Things i learned: Intake on bubler must be bigger then outlet bubler.
Use plastic jars.....doh....


Steve
did you do any mods to the engine other than the geet .
when you said it ran on hho only ,did you put a load on it ?was the rpm or the voltage the same ?
Thx
Najman

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« Reply #52 on: September 23, 2009, 19:07:46 pm »
Found some hours to run geet tests.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50%  water.
NO RESULTS. Meaning, it didnt run whatsoever. I added some petrol and then it ran. Hmmmmmmm. Not good, is it.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50% water and 2.5litre HHO p/minute
Engine ran perfect! The engine actually ran on HHO. When i took the HHO, the engine stopped directly.

STUPID ME: i used a glas bubler for the Geet tests. Well, if you put HHO in the bubler, like i did, you take a risc. I knew the risc. And i learned it again. When i pulled the HHO of and the engine stalled, i put back the HHO and pulled the cord.....
It blew up the bublers toplit and some of the glas broke as well. Big bang.Stupid wastspark didnt needed much time to ruine my 3 dollar bubbler.

Things i learned: Intake on bubler must be bigger then outlet bubler.
Use plastic jars.....doh....


Steve
did you do any mods to the engine other than the geet .
when you said it ran on hho only ,did you put a load on it ?was the rpm or the voltage the same ?
Thx
Najman

No other mods then the geet, Najman.
RPMs were like 3000. Volts on the meter of the generator where 230V
So, yes. A geet makes more rpms on same HHO.But dont tell anyone...lol

I plugged  the wfc into the powergen, but that story is for another time.

Steve

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #53 on: September 23, 2009, 20:15:12 pm »
Found some hours to run geet tests.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50%  water.
NO RESULTS. Meaning, it didnt run whatsoever. I added some petrol and then it ran. Hmmmmmmm. Not good, is it.

Fuel: 50% used motor oil and 50% water and 2.5litre HHO p/minute
Engine ran perfect! The engine actually ran on HHO. When i took the HHO, the engine stopped directly.

STUPID ME: i used a glas bubler for the Geet tests. Well, if you put HHO in the bubler, like i did, you take a risc. I knew the risc. And i learned it again. When i pulled the HHO of and the engine stalled, i put back the HHO and pulled the cord.....
It blew up the bublers toplit and some of the glas broke as well. Big bang.Stupid wastspark didnt needed much time to ruine my 3 dollar bubbler.

Things i learned: Intake on bubler must be bigger then outlet bubler.
Use plastic jars.....doh....


Steve
did you do any mods to the engine other than the geet .
when you said it ran on hho only ,did you put a load on it ?was the rpm or the voltage the same ?
Thx
Najman

No other mods then the geet, Najman.
RPMs were like 3000. Volts on the meter of the generator where 230V
So, yes. A geet makes more rpms on same HHO.But dont tell anyone...lol

I plugged  the wfc into the powergen, but that story is for another time.

Steve
damnit that would have been my question. hho generated with the generator itself :D

but awesome results anyway, will it run without the motor oil?

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #54 on: September 23, 2009, 20:17:42 pm »
This GEET concept and how tricky it is to duplicate reminds me of cold fusion.  C.F. is also extremely tricky and contingent upon the finest workmanship that can be had.  Isn't it interesting that those industrial giants (TRW, UTRC, FMC, IBM, et al) could do these things and yet don't want to.  That baffles me no end.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #55 on: September 23, 2009, 20:39:15 pm »
one thing i learned about bubblers is to have the water level as high to the top as possible, so when it flashes back there is not much to burn, mine doesn't even blow the plastic cap off when it flashes back (... well, it did the FIRST time, when i had less water in it ...)