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Hi everyone. I will start this off. What is the maximum safe pressure you can have h2o gas at? What if its mixed 50% with nitrogen?  Thanks in advance. Rami

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I dunno but plz be safe...

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Thanks Dankie for your concern. I should know the answer, for some reason 60-80 psi is in my head. I don't want to find out the hard way. I'm in a safe range right now but later today I would like to double my pressure to 60 psi. Anyone else input is appreciated.
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Thanks Dankie for your concern. I should know the answer, for some reason 60-80 psi is in my head. I don't want to find out the hard way. I'm in a safe range right now but later today I would like to double my pressure to 60 psi. Anyone else input is appreciated.
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Hi, I had HHO in my vessel at at least 80 PSI.....
Of course you dont want any spike in there....
Not sure what the exact max pressure is.
 
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Hi everyone. I will start this off. What is the maximum safe pressure you can have h2o gas at? What if its mixed 50% with nitrogen?  Thanks in advance. Rami
Depends on the container you use?  ???  Also you can use the universal gas law to detemine the temperature at a given volume and pressure, you want to be below the burn temperature obviously.

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?, thanks I feel better about going to the next level now. Although I am going to have some eddy currents involved. Who is the resonant math physics whiz around here? I need a resonant cavity formula for two concentric tubes .0625 gap for Meyers example cell. Not rlc formula. It will be like shrodinger ( sp) formula. I have Googled  till my fingers have bled. Its related to microwave or radar
Resonant cavity. Thanks, Rami.

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Haithar, thanks for the input. This is basic information we all should know, I think so anyways. I have been playing with this for over 6 years. For the last year I have been studying a lot of different aspects of the physics involved. All I can say is wow, MEYERS IS A REAL GENIUS!  Rami.

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Sorry, I mean to say Schumann formula. So much math so little brains. How does type of vessel affect how much psi? The vessel is plastic, connected to copper tubing. Wish I could upload a pic. I'm on an iPhone, I can only share to email address. Thanks Rami.