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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #24 on: August 19, 2010, 16:58:57 pm »
I looked at this and sent a small question about the PWM to them.
They have the same email provider as I do and I'm interested if I get a answer back.
 
I checked the pictures and somehow it all doesn't add up yet.
They run the CCPWM at 15hz its a standard motor controller type and he stated in the video they changed a chip on the CCPWM but in reality you have to change a capacitor.
They give the sizing on the tubes and also state the inside set is 4 octives lower than the outset sets, also give the mm gapping.
 
When they energize the tube sets it still took several minutes to get 5psi. So it appears to me the pressure of the tube set does not rise by iotself without any outside force of pressure.
Makes me wonder then if after the engine starts that exhaust pressure is redirected into the tubeset container.
Also where does it show that they have 55a 3volt meaning I did not see the transformer.
 
There are a few things unanswered here.
 
This is interesting although some questions need answering.
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #25 on: August 19, 2010, 17:09:44 pm »
The guy said in the video that the cell is pulling 70 amps and 10 volts using pure water and no electrolyte. Can sombody explain to me how the PWM can offer 70 amps without the cell asking for it? How is the cell able to pull 70 amps without a ton of KOH?

Bob Boyce uses 1/3 by volume of KOH.
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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #26 on: August 19, 2010, 18:29:10 pm »
Its all scam.

700 watts on tubes with a 10v on all tubes in parallel do max 5 litres.....The parallel tubes can be compared with parallel resistors. The more you have, the lower the resistance, the more amps it pull....

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« Reply #27 on: August 19, 2010, 19:03:21 pm »
Its all scam.

700 watts on tubes with a 10v on all tubes in parallel do max 5 litres.....The parallel tubes can be compared with parallel resistors. The more you have, the lower the resistance, the more amps it pull....

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Yes, but they have 9-10 tubes, that can only pull about 4 to 6 amps in tap water.

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« Reply #28 on: August 19, 2010, 20:03:18 pm »
It appears the current and voltage have changed many times in their write-ups and video's.
Also they state they use 10% ferrous oxide in the base epoxy to aid the capacitance?
 
Still there is 55 PSI of pressure and no explaination for this.
The pressure is not coming from those tubes its coming from somewhere else. (my opinion).

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« Reply #29 on: August 19, 2010, 22:04:38 pm »
Its all scam.

700 watts on tubes with a 10v on all tubes in parallel do max 5 litres.....The parallel tubes can be compared with parallel resistors. The more you have, the lower the resistance, the more amps it pull....

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Yes, but they have 9-10 tubes, that can only pull about 4 to 6 amps in tap water.

You might be right in that.
My max with tabwater was with 10 tubes a 30 amps on 20V....
Maybe their tapwater is very dirty and has more iron in it...?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #30 on: August 19, 2010, 22:22:27 pm »


 
You might be right in that.
My max with tabwater was with 10 tubes a 30 amps on 20V....
Maybe their tapwater is very dirty and has more iron in it...?


Steve,
If you got 30 amps you probably had a short circuit. When the white coating thickens the amp draw diminishes.

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #31 on: August 19, 2010, 23:34:23 pm »
well i already told you all that i got up to 20 amps at 1,44 volts using only one tube and naoh...