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Start here your topics on the resonance waterfuelcell with HHO injectors system.

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new theory:

The Condensator must collapse, i.e. the Electrodes will shortcut by producing a spark!
This means that the distance between the electrodes, so the gap between the 2 tubes that form the condensator determines what Voltage must be in the resonant circuit!
The Resonant Circuit is a High Voltage circuit. Try operating the Resonant Circuit at around 5000 Voltage (Could be lower in? water, experiment!).
The collapse will cause the resonancy!

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new theory:

The Condensator must collapse, i.e. the Electrodes will shortcut by producing a spark!
This means that the distance between the electrodes, so the gap between the 2 tubes that form the condensator determines what Voltage must be in the resonant circuit!
The Resonant Circuit is a High Voltage circuit. Try operating the Resonant Circuit at around 5000 Voltage (Could be lower in? water, experiment!).
The collapse will cause the resonancy!

Do you mean just like a disruptor spark in a Tesla DC charge circuit on the primary coil?
But now controlling /adjusting the GATE signal ,just before HV spark would occur between di-pole in the dielectric(water)?

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not sure.
Just found this theory and shared it with you.
Maybe it helps in the thinking proces.

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If you Google for:
water dielectic breakdown voltage
you get a lot of confusing info.

It seems that the breakdown voltage is in the region of 10 400 Volts per mm for pure water.
Thats a lot more than the 1000 Volts per mm for air.

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Here's an interesting read on dielectric breakdown of water.  I downloaded it from h2earth.org.

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Do you mean just like a disruptor spark in a Tesla DC charge circuit on the primary coil?
But now controlling /adjusting the GATE signal ,just before HV spark would occur between di-pole in the dielectric(water)?


i would say similar but i would compare it more to a cloud and lightning.. for the reasons that your not forcing the electric fields through a narrow rod and gap... it is occuring between to planes like the lower plain of the cloud and the ground..   

earths surface is the negative plate surface while the positive plate is the cloud..  the cloud is white due to the fact it is positivily charged and deflects all light (positive) that the sun projects at it...  the quantitiy of charged particles is what determines amount of potential.. therefor the sun drives the force to energize water into the sky as a form of work  and causes displacement.. this displacment posses a charge that is attracted to the ground since it contains negative charge electons and will freely give them due to the fact earth posses a neutral charge..  but there is a resistance for the water to be able to reach ground and that would be the atmosphere and its resistance to conduct. notice we tend to have afternon showers during the rainy season..     

one must realize that the meduim does not contain  a consistancy of dielectric resistance due to contaminates... this means you get a reaction like lightning enabling current.. the potential will search for the less resistive path to cross and will form current...  we must tune into that i believe.. right before it finds the easiest path for creating current during the rise of voltage

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hmmmmmmmmmmm, interesting.