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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #24 on: June 23, 2010, 07:17:43 am »
I know for a fact the Stan's system produced an AC type waveform...Ive seen the actual waveform that Stan was making with his pulsing system.  I would share a picture of this waveform, but I cant at this time, maybe sometime later in the future  ;)

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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #25 on: June 23, 2010, 07:55:17 am »
Hi and welcome mr. Woodhouse,

as you can see , many members tried to replicate meyers setup.
Like you, i am an engineer as well from education.
Of course we are all very curious about any scopeshot of Stan, because nobody seen one.
Do you mean with ac a half rectified waveform or true ac?

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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #26 on: June 23, 2010, 15:56:39 pm »
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AC Electrolysis is very possible, what do  you think Stan Meyer's was doing!!!  He used a digital circuit to produce an AC waveform across the WFC.  That's the reason his chokes where connected 180 degrees apart from the cell, so that it would produce an AC output.


i think your sort of right there is a oscillation occuring in the chokes.. but they are being hit with a unipolar pulse (dc pulse)   to ring them    and in some of stans schematics he shows a diode after the choke going to the cell like his rotary vic schematic shows..

the water isnt taking on a ac signal it is getting pulsing dc..  i so not see the cell reversing current if anything staying above one volt with current only being amplified in one direction on a minute level.. during off pulse i dont see the reference of voltage passing 0 in the cell.. so when you say ac to produce gas.. im a bit skeptic..  now stan does using the idea of ac to a degree for the steam resonator.. in that set up stan is using a switching relay to flip flop positive and negative voltage across the plates.. this doesnt disturb the bond and forces a friction on water to heat it up by i think particle impact during switching.

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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #27 on: June 23, 2010, 17:20:08 pm »
You dont think thats what he was doing? I know what Im talking about here, Im an electronics engineer, what about you?
what about the diode(s)?

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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #28 on: June 23, 2010, 18:13:16 pm »
TonyWoodside

so you are a electrical engineer.. have you examined meyers complete circuit diagram? i haven't found one with all the componets labeled.. would you not be able figure out the values of the componets and share them?

me my self i would like to be experimenting with that complete circuit and try to lead off from there..

i hate it when people get on forms and say they have some information pertaining to the goal then say they cant share it lol..  its either flaunting or BS  lil frustrating minus well of not said it at all lol. not to mention who ever falls into the belief that you are truthful which you may feel that way and really be but you yourself may be mistaken from your perspective of observation then you miss led people and delayed the outcome

could it be a dc offset wave?  a unipolar  wave oscillating from +1 volt to +12?



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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #29 on: June 23, 2010, 21:10:07 pm »
Didn't Dynodon share a circuit diagram with component values not too long ago?  I am pretty sure it was from one of Stan's boxes from the Estate for the demo wfc or varialble plate.  I think that's what Donaldwfc is working off of; same circuit that's published in patent and in Independent Evaluation Report. 

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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #30 on: June 25, 2010, 01:12:34 am »
Dynodon aint doin anymore experiments  ;)

You can forget all about that guy .
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Re: AC electrolysis
« Reply #31 on: June 25, 2010, 01:25:29 am »
 I wanna see some information on Tony Wooside's claims on waterfuelcell.org about replicating Stephen Meyers .

It is my gut feeling that this man is not truthfull .