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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2008, 14:03:33 pm »
Hi Hydro!

Any progress on this experiment?

Regards

Wouter

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2008, 23:44:52 pm »
yes, this is the setup that gets me 500 cc's a min, 8.3 cc's a second with no cap added. i run this circuit will 12 cells, i think i should retry the self LOOP method and see if i get more gas.

i will measure my output for my 12 cells with an battery to, then i will post in the proper place.

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #18 on: May 04, 2008, 15:07:41 pm »
Hydro

Taking into consideration that you are NOT using any checmicals, 0.5 lpm is excellent!!
Please keep us updated on your measurements, including the power consumed. Thanks!

Wouter

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #20 on: May 04, 2008, 23:54:49 pm »
yes, this is the setup that gets me 500 cc's a min, 8.3 cc's a second with no cap added. i run this circuit will 12 cells, i think i should retry the self LOOP method and see if i get more gas.

i will measure my output for my 12 cells with an battery to, then i will post in the proper place.

What frequency are you pulsing the rotor at? Are you gating it or straight square pulse?

I dont know why you pu the capacitor in the first  place as it confused everyone including me.

First of all with a capacitor you smooth any pulsed input. Thats what capcitors do, the smooth the input and thats why you add them to smooth the alternator output or bridge diode output etc.

To then have a schematic with a capacitor and a pulsed input to the capacitor is a redundancy some one with a basic working knowledge of circuits could have pointed out a long time ago. hmmmm surprised no one bought this up before but I guess you dont have too many grandpa simpsons on this forum.
 

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #21 on: May 05, 2008, 01:46:04 am »
The capacitor acts as a Blocker, Resistor, and capacitor, the capacitor makes it possible for the fet to go into LOOP MODE more smoothly < Without the capacitor i also did not get Square waves with 3 phase Full Bridge rectified harmonics on top of the square wave. The capacitor also make ease of regulation!

With my 6 cell setup, i could not gain harmonics without the capacitor, i also could not regulate smoothly,,  The capacitor also helps to Prevent Back EMF Spikes from damaging the FET.

This schematic was not put on paper then tried, it was found by accident.
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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #22 on: May 05, 2008, 18:13:00 pm »
waterfalcon, its been a ruff weak for me, sorry if my post was in the negative, carry on! and welcome to the forum!

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Re: Ionizationx Alternator Schematic
« Reply #23 on: May 08, 2008, 00:55:13 am »
Hydrocars Help!

I finally got a alternator motor setup with an 8 inch pulley on the motor and a 2 inch pulley on the alternator.

My motor is 1/3HP motor 115 volt motor

http://cgi.ebay.com/1-3HP-115-Volt-AC-Motor_W0QQitemZ170122260563QQihZ007QQcategoryZ71400QQtcZphotoQQcmdZViewItemQQ_trksidZp1742.m153.l1262

But the alternator will not turn. At my age this has been quite a struggle.

I need to know is my motor too weak?

What is the minimum size motor i need...remember i will be pulsing the rotor coils too and my motor wont even turn the rotor with zero load.

do i need a larger motor and how much HP do I need?