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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #80 on: October 10, 2009, 10:40:45 am »
Thanks for tips!   :)

Pleasure Steve  :)
I hope the drill idea works.
The turbulator should be easy to make by twisting a thin steel strip inside a tube.

I still want to know how you keep the rod in the tube while allowing it to rotate plz??

Are you bubbling exhaust through your bubbler?
I think it is important to heat the oil water mixture so that you get more vapour of both and less air.
Also the exhaust should be primarily CO2 and H2O.
The CO2 may be reduced to CO by hot carbon in the geet... ;)

Logic: i have drilled on both ends of the innertube a tiny hole all way thru the tube, exactly in the middle. I put a small very strong pin in there. That way i keep the rod in the innertube.
My connections go over the drilled hole, so they cannot leak..:-)
The pin is very tiny, so it isnot an obstruction for the airflow.

I havent got a fixed exhaust connection to my bubler. But i tried it by manual keeping the exhaust (hose on exhaust) by the bubler intake. That isnt such a good idea.
It would be better to use the exhaust heat to heat up the casing of the bubler.
In my case the bubler is from plastic, so no good idea. A metal bubler would be the better choice.

Maybe i have time to make that turbolater (propellor) :-)
I also wanna try aluminium rods........lightweight)

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #81 on: October 10, 2009, 18:33:57 pm »
Logic: i have drilled on both ends of the innertube a tiny hole all way thru the tube, exactly in the middle. I put a small very strong pin in there. That way i keep the rod in the innertube.
My connections go over the drilled hole, so they cannot leak..:-)
The pin is very tiny, so it isnot an obstruction for the airflow.

Ah!...
Thx Steve

I havent got a fixed exhaust connection to my bubler. But i tried it by manual keeping the exhaust (hose on exhaust) by the bubler intake. That isnt such a good idea.
It would be better to use the exhaust heat to heat up the casing of the bubler.
In my case the bubler is from plastic, so no good idea. A metal bubler would be the better choice.

LOL!  :) Yes a melting bubbler and burned fingers cant be much fun.
Your exhaust gasses should primarily be CO2 and H2O (steam) and NOx
The gassifacation folks reduce CO2 and steam with red hot carbon.
Perhaps the geet can do the same, but the NOx is a problem.
It will be reduced too, to N2 and O2, but as you add more N2 with the air; you will end up with nothing but N2 eventually.
If it works at all!

Using exhaust heat to heat the mixture (ala Spad) is probably the best bet.

Maybe i have time to make that turbolater (propellor) :-)
I also wanna try aluminium rods........lightweight)

Do you have any literature on flowing water near a magnet, or on how fast flowing gasses can magnetise a steel rod?
This would go a long way to de mystifying the whole magnet/electric phenomonum.
I have not been able to find any.  :-\

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #82 on: October 10, 2009, 22:19:25 pm »
Logic: i have drilled on both ends of the innertube a tiny hole all way thru the tube, exactly in the middle. I put a small very strong pin in there. That way i keep the rod in the innertube.
My connections go over the drilled hole, so they cannot leak..:-)
The pin is very tiny, so it isnot an obstruction for the airflow.

Ah!...
Thx Steve

I havent got a fixed exhaust connection to my bubler. But i tried it by manual keeping the exhaust (hose on exhaust) by the bubler intake. That isnt such a good idea.
It would be better to use the exhaust heat to heat up the casing of the bubler.
In my case the bubler is from plastic, so no good idea. A metal bubler would be the better choice.

LOL!  :) Yes a melting bubbler and burned fingers cant be much fun.
Your exhaust gasses should primarily be CO2 and H2O (steam) and NOx
The gassifacation folks reduce CO2 and steam with red hot carbon.
Perhaps the geet can do the same, but the NOx is a problem.
It will be reduced too, to N2 and O2, but as you add more N2 with the air; you will end up with nothing but N2 eventually.
If it works at all!

Using exhaust heat to heat the mixture (ala Spad) is probably the best bet.

Maybe i have time to make that turbolater (propellor) :-)
I also wanna try aluminium rods........lightweight)

Do you have any literature on flowing water near a magnet, or on how fast flowing gasses can magnetise a steel rod?
This would go a long way to de mystifying the whole magnet/electric phenomonum.
I have not been able to find any.  :-\

The geet system should be like lightning. By rubbing cold and hot air over eachother, you will remove electrons from one or the other. When that happens, you will get a potential difference and current can flow. That why some people notice DC current in the geet.
1 and 1 is 2. Iron surrounded by current = magnetic field.

Hopes this helps. All my theory.....at this moment. ;)

Steve

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #83 on: October 11, 2009, 23:36:50 pm »
Today i tried a new size steel rod.
Exactly the model as used by Pantone aka the rounded nose and no spacers at the end.
I got the same color pattern after 1 hour running time.
No change in whatso ever as with the first rod.
I have a 10mm innerdiameter hole and the rod is 8mm, meaning 1mm spacing around he rod.
It ran on water with petrol.

I also added a propellor on the intake of the geet.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #84 on: October 16, 2009, 16:07:08 pm »
Hi Guys
               The Group here in Melbourne aus, are working on the GEET now I no nothing about it but the friend down at Warnambool where I did the tests last Sunday, has been going into it , now something that happened with the Oz Injector tests, seem to confirm some thing with the GEET system. has any of you seen in any of your systems something that may look like 'plasma', now don't laugh at this, I have ended up with just that. he seems to think that the GEET does produce a 'cold' plasma, now just reading above, was some one was suggesting that 'the water was taking away the heat from the water' .
I do not have a clue on the GEET but it was my friend Steve that seemed to thing that some sort of 'cold plasma effect' was involved the group are checking it out.  I don't know it this info means any thing to you guys, but I have a puzzle with a 'cold plasma' flame.
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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #85 on: October 16, 2009, 16:39:38 pm »
Hi Guys
               The Group here in Melbourne aus, are working on the GEET now I no nothing about it but the friend down at Warnambool where I did the tests last Sunday, has been going into it , now something that happened with the Oz Injector tests, seem to confirm some thing with the GEET system. has any of you seen in any of your systems something that may look like 'plasma', now don't laugh at this, I have ended up with just that. he seems to think that the GEET does produce a 'cold' plasma, now just reading above, was some one was suggesting that 'the water was taking away the heat from the water' .
I do not have a clue on the GEET but it was my friend Steve that seemed to thing that some sort of 'cold plasma effect' was involved the group are checking it out.  I don't know it this info means any thing to you guys, but I have a puzzle with a 'cold plasma' flame.
ausepom

Aussepom,

The idea of the Geet is indead to break up molecules into loose atoms. And thats plasma.
Inside the Geet is a rod. If you have a blue ring on the rod, it means that you have have that plasma effect inside.
In my case, i seem to have that effect.

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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #86 on: October 17, 2009, 02:59:47 am »
Hi Steve that is what they must be talking about, it seems that this is 'cold plasma'.

I may be asked to get involved later but I have to take this machine apart then go to China so I am not sure that I will be doing any thing for a while.
I will let you know if I find any thing out.
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Re: Geet project of Steve
« Reply #87 on: December 02, 2009, 10:10:40 am »
hi guys
             did not go any where it seem this company may have been stinging me along

        now this GEET I have now a whole stack of info on it,   I have now a partial grasp on what it was trying to achieve
 two of the guy from the group, the 'Steve' has now written  up a paper on his thoughts on this, he has been on it for some time, and built some thing like it years ago.  with some of the latest thinking, of 'ours' the group seems to be getting some where. the one attempt on a car did not go so well, so it is being re build, designed  etc.  Some of the stuff, about the 'magnetic effect' has been disregarded,  however hold on to the thoughts on 'lighting', the spinning of the rod, is also no required.  there is some thing else that seems to be relevant, isolating the section that holds the GEET unit, also the tube going in and out with the fuel also needs to be isolated from the surrounding parts.  there is a lot more but I have not talked to Steve for awhile so I have not caught up on the progress.
well that's what i have for you for the moment,  has any one got a unit really running properly?
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