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Carburettor / HHO intake setup
« on: November 24, 2009, 15:42:16 pm »
Carburettor / HHO intake setup
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Re: Injector setup
« Reply #1 on: November 24, 2009, 16:06:01 pm »
I don't think that this system ever used injectors.

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Re: Injector setup
« Reply #2 on: November 24, 2009, 20:56:20 pm »
I don't think that this system ever used injectors.

What kind of system would he have used then?

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Re: Injector setup
« Reply #3 on: November 25, 2009, 00:42:16 am »
The boiler plate cell would have been a bigger version of the demo cell.The gases would have been run through some form of carburator.

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Re: Injector setup
« Reply #4 on: November 25, 2009, 09:35:39 am »
The boiler plate cell would have been a bigger version of the demo cell.The gases would have been run through some form of carburator.
Well, nobody else made comments on that.
So, i think we have to change the name of this topic... ;)


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Re: Carburettor / HHO intake setup
« Reply #5 on: November 25, 2009, 20:19:04 pm »
I've seen various references to the term "boiler plate".  My understanding of the term originally was related to document production where various other files were added to one central file for streamlining office work.  I just reviewed all the Meyer videos (bought from waterfuelcell.org) and saw him refer to the dune buggy as the "boiler plate" for his patent applications.  So, when someone refers to boiler plate cell as dynodon did is that the demo cell or some other configuration?  It helps in understanding to define terms for me at least.  I have a better understanding now of the difference between the demo cell and resonant cavity cell thanks to dynodon.  Thanks.

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Re: Carburettor / HHO intake setup
« Reply #6 on: November 25, 2009, 21:21:28 pm »
In the news reel footage,you can see a large metal chamber with alot of bolts holding the lid on.I believe this cell to be the boiler plate cell.That cell blew the top apart when Stan was getting a crack heliarc welded.It almost took off the welders head,and went straight through the roof,leaving a large hole.
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Re: Carburettor / HHO intake setup
« Reply #7 on: November 25, 2009, 21:43:30 pm »
HI Dynodon,

Are you talking of the newsreel footage at the end of the 1983 Einsledeln lecture?  I see a large cylindrical container on the back of the dune buggy with a flanged cover.  Not the resonant cavity cell you described.  Thanks.

Andy