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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #48 on: October 20, 2010, 13:10:45 pm »
Future Energy Concepts is moving forward to produce a commercial product.  At the same time, they are giving away the plans for free to their prototype that powered the V-8 engine.  The plans can be found at:
first onehttp://groups.futureenergyconceptsinc.com/documentation/node/46
  second onehttp://groups.futureenergyconceptsinc.com/documentation/node/9 
The following video is an example in real time (proof of concept) of how this system performs:
   
The above video was released by the same company that powered the 2004 Dodge eight cylinder pickup truck.

I was told by people who has visit them that this car ran as a hybride. Meaning petrol and HHO.
So, no 100% running on HHO. Lots of * . They wanna atrack investors. I heard it from a potential investor.

As far as tuning tubes to the same frequency, i can inform you that no results at all has reached my ears so far.
If anybody has positive results on the frequency tuning, then please speak out loud!

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #49 on: October 20, 2010, 14:55:59 pm »
http://www.rtl.hr/video-hrvat-izmislio-auto-na-vodu-clanak-22543
2400 km per liter water
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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #50 on: October 21, 2010, 03:37:16 am »
The car from the FutureEnergyConcepts video was run on 100% water no petrol.
Proto 6 went through several stages of developements.
The videos are not stretching the truth.
 
The last video is much more impressive.
Freddy has done all the math for the proto6 that he has open sourced it.
Had a visit with him last week and he is a blessed fellow and family.
 
The petrol is cut off with a valve, and can be used to enhance the system when it needs it like on a hill climb.
In the video he also states and shows loss of system pressure in the injection manifold when climbing a small hill.
I did not get a personal look at the truck but understand there were problems with certain people.
Also take note that the truck in the video's was a 4.3liter I think and it did very well with the cell unit.
 
So maybe using imagination if the motor was smaller than 4.3 it could sustain a larger climb and pressure could be maintained on the manifold better.
Or addition of another tube-set pair or 2 might work to maintain pressure when horsepower is called for.
The basic concept is there and it works well.
Better than anybody ever offered up to the public.
 
The only thing I suggest is to make a pair of tubes exactly as he stated.
Adam is making the tubes and tested one in Freddy's last video, go and check this out its very impressive.
 
Freddy did all the tuning math for us: tubes, 14.7hz PWM. Based on 1/2wave RF tuning I believe and fundamental frequency's of the tubes become acousto-mechanical with PWM at 14.7 the math was also figured for frequency wavelength in water and as much variables as possible with the water and gas between the gap.
There were so many variables this genious genuine man figured for us.
 
Personally speaking he is giving us a gift. We have been blessed.
He has been doing this for 30years, and has been involved with people we believe in. So anyone spewing negative crap is just that, a bunch of BS.
Don't forget all the people and companies that want to suppress this technology. Thats always a problem.
   
 
 
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #51 on: October 21, 2010, 10:25:23 am »
Hi Komtek,

I calculated the amount of gas produced in his truck video and that was not more then 2 ltr a minute. You just cannot run such a big engine on that.

The last video of the adam tube looks great!
I would suggest that we try to replicate that it.
Should not be so difficult.

About the man, well, i havent met him so i only judge him on his video behaviour.




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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #52 on: October 21, 2010, 16:14:23 pm »
Yes its hard to believe that a small amount of gas can go so far.
 
I originally thought maybe he had just a liter per min.
But this is no ordinary hydroxy or BG.
 
I'm not absolutely sure but think he said 2H2O2i that came up in a conversation somewhere. But he is also working on Proto7, its completely different.
 
Anyways the strength in his HHO alignment has substancially more impact than the norm.
They call it ionized.
He pointed out just the rise of the tube over its pair creates an ionization. (1 tube taller than the other). A very good point.
Because of the ionization of the gases, they become heavy so this may easily relate to more density.
Put this gas in a balloon and if the balloon does not float and falls to the earth then this ionized gas can be compressed substancially beyond 60psi.
If the balloon floats its not the right gas and you cannot compress it too far before it implodes/explodes, its been suggested be carefull at 15psi.
 
 
 

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #53 on: October 21, 2010, 17:07:08 pm »
Yes its hard to believe that a small amount of gas can go so far.
 
I originally thought maybe he had just a liter per min.
But this is no ordinary hydroxy or BG.
 
I'm not absolutely sure but think he said 2H2O2i that came up in a conversation somewhere. But he is also working on Proto7, its completely different.
 
Anyways the strength in his HHO alignment has substancially more impact than the norm.
They call it ionized.
He pointed out just the rise of the tube over its pair creates an ionization. (1 tube taller than the other). A very good point.
Because of the ionization of the gases, they become heavy so this may easily relate to more density.
Put this gas in a balloon and if the balloon does not float and falls to the earth then this ionized gas can be compressed substancially beyond 60psi.
If the balloon floats its not the right gas and you cannot compress it too far before it implodes/explodes, its been suggested be carefull at 15psi.

Komtek,

Ionization happens only when HV is involved or when photons hit a molecule/atom. Never heard of ionization in any otherway. Even Stan Meyer used a HV device.
The thing is that FFreddy is using lots of terms and i am sure he doesnt know the real meaning of them.

The matter of making more space between 2 electrodes doesnt mean anything except that you get less gas at those points.
I have had many tubes rising higher over others.... Never seen a miracle.

Btw, are you Adam on the other forum?

I watched his video with the 1 tube over and over. The only thing he is changing after he reaches the 3 amps is decreasing duty of his 14.7hz cycle. He keeps on hitting the tube with a very small pulse at the end.
For sure i will buy me 2 seamless tubes and tune them into the same frequency and see what happens after hitting that 3 amp border.

Steve

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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #54 on: October 21, 2010, 18:00:41 pm »
UYes i see very strange terms too..


however i think that he believe that the gas will come out ionized is somewhat related to the fact that inside a conductor electric field must be zero...


he states that his gas can be compressed up to high psi without exploding, hope he show it...




some interesting facts about water
http://www.chem1.com/acad/sci/aboutwater.html




this make me think that maybe some non salt base or acid surfactant like edta could help us to weak the bound...






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Re: Latest Success of a Vehicle Running 100% on Water
« Reply #55 on: October 22, 2010, 07:33:59 am »
I tried to tell you guys before that this is the real deal but I was butchered.  I have been studying this HHO approach ever since which is why I had to temporarily abandon my own project here.  It’s the bird in the hand reasoning/logic.
 
I am lacking certain details to complete my prototype “6” series replication which is why I can not offer or announce a successful replication at this time.
 
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