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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #40 on: April 15, 2010, 19:59:27 pm »
I did the test, here are the results:

Cavity = 1 in * 4 inch * 3.14 = 12.56 Cubic Inch = 205.8 Cubic Centimeters

Salt Water
5 psi in 16 seconds

Rain Water
1.3 psi in 30 seconds
2.6 psi in 60 seconds
4 psi in 90 seconds
5 psi in 113 seconds

Tap Water
1.9 psi in 30 seconds
3.7 psi in 60 seconds
5 psi in 81 seconds

5 psi @ 205.8 cc  Cavity = 115 cc of gas produced

Salt Water = 431 cc/min
Rain Water = 61 cc/min
Tap Water = 85 cc/min

All tests performed with 10 volts on the Variac, no other electrical measurements taken.
This is with Four 3" Tubes

This is with a normal alternator, now you might be wondering why so many people have built this set up and not figured out how he ran the dune buggy on water.

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #41 on: April 15, 2010, 20:04:16 pm »
They probably measured the input to the motor, divided it by 9 for each tube and then measured the gas output.
If i remember correct the alternator circuit didn't even have a vic, only the pulsing waveform for the motor?

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #42 on: April 15, 2010, 22:24:06 pm »
I actually think they measured the current used right at the cell right at the cell.

so if he in did ran the dune buggy with only 0.5  lpm  of hho, then he must have been doing something else.

this something else is what we need to find out.

some people think we can create some new gas using oxygen and nitrogen . oxygen is pretty easy to manipulate. now nitrogen is a different beast. with its triple bond it is very hard to break. but recent discoveries show that hafnium works as a catalyst to break the nitrogen molecule. once broken then it can easy bond to other molecules.

i contacted this company to see if i could order some.  but they don,t sell to individuals.

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #43 on: April 15, 2010, 22:47:42 pm »
Do they sell outside usa?

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #44 on: April 15, 2010, 22:53:36 pm »
so if he in did ran the dune buggy with only 0.5  lpm  of hho, then he must have been doing something else.

this something else is what we need to find out.

no he didn't run the dune buggy on 0.5 lpm, the test results you are talking about is for a normal alternator, the dune buggy was run on an RVIC, the "something else" is called the voltage intensifier circuit

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #45 on: April 15, 2010, 22:58:20 pm »
didn't he have a video showing the buggy running on that 9 tube cell ?

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #46 on: April 16, 2010, 01:12:25 am »
yes, and he specifically said he was using the alternator to restrict the amps, that's a 60+ amp alternator, do you think he has normal windings in it?

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Re: Error in Stans Gas production
« Reply #47 on: April 16, 2010, 01:39:48 am »
yes do think the windings were stock. to restrict amps he controlled the current going to the rotor, that lowers the magnetic field induced in the stator controlling the current flow to the cell.

so we know that the tube cell in the 1st videos idled the buggy  and we know that the cell couldn't produce more than one liter of hho even at 60amps.

so how did the engine idled with such low amount of hho?

the only way i can see the engine run on that little amount of hho is that he had to be creating something else.