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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #16 on: January 23, 2010, 13:55:51 pm »
Voltage Dissociation of The Water Molecule

Placement of a pulse-voltage potential across the Excitor-Array (ER) while inhibiting or preventing electron flow from within the Voltage Intensifier Circuit (AA) causes the water molecule to separate into its component parts by, momentarily, pulling away orbital electrons from the water molecule, as illustrated in Figure (1-9). The stationary "positive" electrical voltage-field (EI) not only attracts the negative charged oxygen atom but also pulls away negative charged electrons from the water molecule. At the same time, the stationary "negative" electrical voltage field (E2) attracts the positive charged hydrogen atoms. Once the negative electrically charged electrons are dislodged from the water molecule, covalent bonding (sharing electrons) ceases to exist, switching-off or disrupting the electrical attraction force (qq') between the water molecule atoms. The liberated and moving atoms (having missing electrons) regain or capture the free floating electrons once applied voltage is switched-off during pulsing operations. The liberated and electrically stabilized atom having a net electrical charge of "zero" exit the water bath for hydrogen gas utilization. Dissociation of the water molecule by way of voltage stimulation is herein called 'The Electrical Polarization Process".

Subjecting or exposing the water molecule to even higher voltage levels causes the liberated atoms to go into a "state" of gas ionization. Each liberated atom taking-on its own "net" electrical charge. The ionized atoms along with free floating negative charged electrons are, now, deflected (pulsing electrical voltage fields of opposite polarity) through the Electrical Polarization Process … imparting or superimposing a second physical-force (particle-impact) unto the electrically charged water bath. Oscillation (back and forth movement) of electrically charged particles by way of voltage deflection is hereinafter called "Resonant Action", as illustrated in Figure (1-10). Attenuating and adjusting the "pulse-voltage-amplitude" with respect to the "pulse voltage frequency", now, produces hydrogen gas on demand while restricting amp flow.

Do we read for PULSE -> GATE frequency?

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2010, 19:45:21 pm »
the gate acts as a switch, so yes, gating time = pulse time

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #18 on: January 25, 2010, 10:56:04 am »
Calculate the capacitance of the resonance cell:
http://www.ajdesigner.com/phpcapacitor/cylindrical_capacitor_equation.php
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/capcyl.html

Note. This is an example!!!
Capacitance is changing due, temperature, pressure, water flow, gas production, water contaminations.
We should make a calculation for the used bandwidth, if we know/assume values.

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #19 on: January 25, 2010, 16:56:54 pm »
webmug,

check out this little program i found on the net like a year ago... it calculate the capacitance for you.. all you need to enter is outside dia  for the inner tube, inside dia for the outter tube, the gap in mm,
dielectric constant in pF/m, and the legnth of the tubes.

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #20 on: February 04, 2010, 15:46:02 pm »
Update, things are going slow... got my resonance cell materials: delrin, rod and tube.

@outlawstc
How is progress on your cell?

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #21 on: February 04, 2010, 17:01:28 pm »
Nice to see webmug!

What kind of gap are you going for?
those are 3 inch tubes?

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #22 on: February 05, 2010, 01:27:25 am »
im still waiting on mine to be finished.. i had to meet up with my buddy and discuss the inlet and outlet of the tube... hes a busy man but he expects to have it done within this next week i believe...im having mine made where the inlet taps in from the side with a fitting so i can pump water into it. then the top is gonna have a bunch of holes drilled in it

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Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #23 on: February 06, 2010, 15:23:27 pm »
Nice to see webmug!

What kind of gap are you going for?
those are 3 inch tubes?

Tube is 20mm; 120mm length; 1,5mm thick; 316L, rod is 13mm; 130mm length; 316L.
Delrin 35mm; 160mm length; white. Dielectric Strength:450 V/mil per ASTM D149.
Gap is 2mm.

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