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102 plates drycell
« on: April 30, 2010, 22:36:49 pm »
Hi,

Here some pics of the new 102 plates drycell.
Its build in 2 stacks and hooked up in serie.
Its possible to connect both stacks in parallel if i want to.

Every stack has his own waterinlet and gasoutlet.
All come together in a new build SS reservoir/bubler which i hope will be deliverd next week.

The part for the powersupply are already in the house...


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Re: 102 plates drycell FINISHED!
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2010, 16:14:31 pm »
Man, this was a hugh job!

But the result is most promising!

A happy Steve   :D :D :D

Its totally leak free too....(of course, hehehehe)

You see the Steel endplates of 1cm thickness?
Indeed...one of them dropped on my foot vertically like an axe....
and broke my toe...

Well, keep you updated on the progress on the PS for this one.


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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #2 on: May 01, 2010, 21:04:31 pm »
Very Very nice steve!
 ;)

Its very nice, the design!

How many volts and amps you are going to apply?

I was guessing That if you could apply 120v at maybe 5,55 amps you would have like 555 amps that would dissociate almost 200ml of water in one hour! this would make about 400 liters of gas in one hour or 8 liters of gas per minute!
How about the gas output? you are going to keep a bubbler with the water level higher than the plates? I'm a bit confuse...
 
Be careful
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Well done!

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Fabio

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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #3 on: May 01, 2010, 23:17:17 pm »
Very Very nice steve!
 ;)

Its very nice, the design!

How many volts and amps you are going to apply?

I was guessing That if you could apply 120v at maybe 5,55 amps you would have like 555 amps that would dissociate almost 200ml of water in one hour! this would make about 400 liters of gas in one hour or 8 liters of gas per minute!
How about the gas output? you are going to keep a bubbler with the water level higher than the plates? I'm a bit confuse...
 
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Well done!

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Fabio

Thanks Fabio  :)

The target voltage is around 1.5V per cell till 2V.0 volt max.
Gasoutput is estimated between 15 and 20 litres a minute.
Efficiency must be around 100% Faraday.

To take away your confusion, i can inform you that on top of this wfc will come indead a special made waterreservoir with 2 waterout pipes on the right and gasinlets on the left.
On top of the reservoir will be the gasoutput.
So, waterlevel is higher then the wfc.

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Steve







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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #4 on: May 01, 2010, 23:19:57 pm »
Very Nice in did. can't wait for the results my friend.

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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #5 on: May 03, 2010, 04:11:09 am »
Hi steve

Its very nice design! So you are going to push 15 amps thru it, wow! I think that maybe you will find resonant useful to do this.
Are you going to use a pump? to force the water?

I have a good news

I learned the other day that atoms have holes that can be filled with electrons every atom have a different configuration.
Oxygen have 2 holes.

When oxygen burn together with h2 the output tend to be h2o because each H fill one of the holes.
If we could charge this oxygen negatively, we would fill this holes. If we was to burn this oxygen with the h2  than water molecule would not reform again. Meyer said that he was avoiding the water to recombine.


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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #6 on: May 03, 2010, 05:59:02 am »
Very ambitious design.  Elevated reservior should do the trick.  How are you getting the power to the end plates?  I didn't see any tabs

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Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #7 on: May 03, 2010, 07:23:07 am »
Ok stevo.. You've already stomped all the records for not using additives, Now you plan to BERRY IT.

Lmao, You rock!

I just wanna see it connected to a (Real 3 phase) power source when you get done playing...