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« Reply #16 on: January 25, 2010, 22:57:05 pm »

Man So you are saying that you can maintain 600v across your plates with only 75watts ok very nice.
Can you measure the secondary current?
Sorry if i made many questions, was just to understand well what is happening there.
If you can, make a video and or photos of your setup.

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« Reply #17 on: January 11, 2016, 19:30:46 pm »
Hey kickback did you found the answer?

i think i may have found it...

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« Reply #18 on: January 11, 2016, 21:32:56 pm »
No real answer yet.  I've been reading about the negative resistance effect.  That's when I tried one and it brought voltage up and amps down so I was quite curious.

I've read some more yet I am interested in what you've found.  The 650v was with RO water.  My well water won't allow over $250v and doesn't make gas.

Do you mean secondary current next to the cell?  It is 15ma next to the cells.

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« Reply #19 on: January 11, 2016, 23:37:39 pm »
Very nice.. we started talking about it 6 years ago..

i was thinking that maybe your secondary gives a higher voltage because your pulsing ckt allow the primary to collapse...maybe... i was thinking about ...

What is the resistance of your cells? how many in series?

i dont remember welll

is it a full bridge rectified? you still use this transformer? have?


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« Reply #20 on: January 13, 2016, 16:52:35 pm »
seb,

I came across a couple dozen 3/4 inch x 4 inch ss centrifuge tubes so I made a set of 10 cells.  They are mild steel for stainless, annealed and passivated.    I wanted to observe the effect of 4-6 pounds of pressure on the production of gas on 10 cells.  It is interesting to see the system voltage climb and the amperage drop as you add cells in series.  Now when I crank up the voltage the meter slowly sweeps up to the maximum while I charge the system.

Anyone with observations to share regarding adding pressure to the systems would be welcomed to jump in here....

kb