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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #40 on: November 03, 2010, 21:30:06 pm »
I did some cross reading over most forums and some suggested that the gas of this system is not H, but just an air  bubble.
 
Well....IT IS HYDROGEN GAS.  :o
My ear is def on the leftside now....
 
Wanna convince yourselfs?
Watch my last video of this day. I am tired and i certainly need a Glenfiddisch..
 
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #41 on: November 03, 2010, 22:02:41 pm »
Steve
You are the man
Can't wait to see that!!
Thanks Bud!!
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #42 on: November 04, 2010, 02:57:31 am »
I did some cross reading over most forums and some suggested that the gas of this system is not H, but just an air  bubble.
 
Well....IT IS HYDROGEN GAS.  :o
My ear is def on the leftside now....
 
Wanna convince yourselfs?
Watch my last video of this day. I am tired and i certainly need a Glenfiddisch..
 
Steve
Thank you Steve for taking the video of your setup.  Very interesting test results. The video sound did not pick up or get the really load "pop/bang" that the balloon testers show with the loud "bang" when igniting a balloon filled with HHO gas.  Good to see the ignition of the small bubble that proves it is HHO gas and not just air.


In your electrodes setup I see the 2 electrodes in the bucket that looked like 1.5" gap space between the 2 plates?  That is pretty wide spacing.  Have you tried smaller gap spacing between plates, like 1/4" or 1/8"?   There is 10X more efficiency and less amps required when the electrode plates are as close as possible.  You might also find more magnetic reaction with closer spaced plates that are both closer and in the fields of the electromagnets like Mookie showed.  


It looks like the stator EM is near the side of the bucket. Mookie says the end of the plates plates with the spacing should be facing into the EM.  In your setup it looks like your plates wide sides are parallel to the EM, 90 degrees different from Mookies setup.   



Looking forward to your experiments, keep up the good work!
Mike

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #43 on: November 04, 2010, 04:47:08 am »
Here is Mookies photo of how to align the plate ends to the face of the electromagnet.  Also note the spacing of the plates are 1/8" wide so little current is used and more of the plates are in the magnetic field.
Mike


(http://www.energeticforum.com/attachments/renewable-energy/6762d1288555930-electrolysis-accelerator-electromagnet-electrode-alignment-600-x-450-.jpg)

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #44 on: November 04, 2010, 13:38:00 pm »
I did some cross reading over most forums and some suggested that the gas of this system is not H, but just an air  bubble.
 
Well....IT IS HYDROGEN GAS.  :o
My ear is def on the leftside now....
 
Wanna convince yourselfs?
Watch my last video of this day. I am tired and i certainly need a Glenfiddisch..
 
Steve
Thank you Steve for taking the video of your setup.  Very interesting test results. The video sound did not pick up or get the really load "pop/bang" that the balloon testers show with the loud "bang" when igniting a balloon filled with HHO gas.  Good to see the ignition of the small bubble that proves it is HHO gas and not just air.


In your electrodes setup I see the 2 electrodes in the bucket that looked like 1.5" gap space between the 2 plates?  That is pretty wide spacing.  Have you tried smaller gap spacing between plates, like 1/4" or 1/8"?   There is 10X more efficiency and less amps required when the electrode plates are as close as possible.  You might also find more magnetic reaction with closer spaced plates that are both closer and in the fields of the electromagnets like Mookie showed. 


It looks like the stator EM is near the side of the bucket. Mookie says the end of the plates plates with the spacing should be facing into the EM.  In your setup it looks like your plates wide sides are parallel to the EM, 90 degrees different from Mookies setup.   



Looking forward to your experiments, keep up the good work!
Mike

Hi Vrand,
 
 
Thanks for the complements.
 
This setup with the pretty hugh space between the electrodes is just for proving a point. And it worked well. This way we all can observe the effects.
I am still experimenting on angles and see what will work best. For sure it is important to stay as close as possible to the magfield.
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #45 on: November 04, 2010, 20:06:47 pm »
Steve
Wow HHo is what you fellows do around here!!
 
Can you make a suggestion for new comers ?  a simple design /circuit Specifically geared towards playing with Mookies Magnetolysis setup.
 
It is my intention to build, document, take photos and vids of all,
And share all Open source! 
 
I would like to share your knowledge of this to others as well
and of course will always attach a link to your work  whenever I use it.
 
Quick boneyard question do you think an Ac magnetic clutch from a car ac unit would yield any observable effects? I'd like to play In the round!
or NG it has to be an alternating current electro magnet.
 
Sorry to bother you bud .
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #46 on: November 05, 2010, 22:56:15 pm »
I did some cross reading over most forums and some suggested that the gas of this system is not H, but just an air  bubble.
 
Well....IT IS HYDROGEN GAS.  :o
My ear is def on the leftside now....
 
Wanna convince yourselfs?
Watch my last video of this day. I am tired and i certainly need a Glenfiddisch..
 
Steve
Thank you Steve for taking the video of your setup.  Very interesting test results. The video sound did not pick up or get the really load "pop/bang" that the balloon testers show with the loud "bang" when igniting a balloon filled with HHO gas.  Good to see the ignition of the small bubble that proves it is HHO gas and not just air.


In your electrodes setup I see the 2 electrodes in the bucket that looked like 1.5" gap space between the 2 plates?  That is pretty wide spacing.  Have you tried smaller gap spacing between plates, like 1/4" or 1/8"?   There is 10X more efficiency and less amps required when the electrode plates are as close as possible.  You might also find more magnetic reaction with closer spaced plates that are both closer and in the fields of the electromagnets like Mookie showed.  


It looks like the stator EM is near the side of the bucket. Mookie says the end of the plates plates with the spacing should be facing into the EM.  In your setup it looks like your plates wide sides are parallel to the EM, 90 degrees different from Mookies setup.  



Looking forward to your experiments, keep up the good work!
Mike
 
Hi Vrand,
 
 
Thanks for the complements.
 
This setup with the pretty hugh space between the electrodes is just for proving a point. And it worked well. This way we all can observe the effects.
I am still experimenting on angles and see what will work best. For sure it is important to stay as close as possible to the magfield.
Thank you Steve for continuing to research his interesting design and sharing your results.  I also will do so with my Mookie experiments in the coming weeks.
Mike


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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #47 on: December 09, 2010, 21:33:38 pm »

Here is my effort at replicating Mookie's experiment.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y6OIcjNl66E


12V, 6A. The electromagnet was set at 70V and it pulled 0.66 amps.


I used six 4 inch pizza cutters I bought from The Dollar store.



My observations:
The higher the amp draw the better the production.
I won't call it an avalanche. Accelerated production is a better term.
The container wall has to be thin. I tried a 3/8 " thick Plexiglass and it did not work.
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