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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #48 on: December 09, 2010, 22:31:11 pm »
"This video is private."
Is the error message on youtube.
Mike



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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« Reply #49 on: December 09, 2010, 23:18:07 pm »
It is fixed.



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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #50 on: December 10, 2010, 00:16:37 am »
Yaro
Thanks for sharing your research into this,
I tried to view your Vid ,still comes up "private"
 
Can you post another link to it?
Thanks
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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #51 on: December 14, 2010, 15:54:19 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.

Hi Yaro,

Here is some comments of Mookie on your replication. He asked me to give it to you:

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Using circular pizza cutter disks is certainly creative but probably the least desirable shape
to use as plates in terms of creating resonance between them with a flat magnet face.
With a round disk, there is only a tiny portion of plate area close to the flat face of the magnet
able to be affected by the magnetic field. As you  know from your own experience,
in order for a magnetic field to have the greatest effect, its necessary to have
as much plate "edge" at the magnet face as possible.
..as is the case for any magnet.
 
As for the rather large 3/8 gap between the plates and the magnet face,
that is quite a lot, and will further lessen the affect of the magnetic field on the plates.
 
I'm quite familiar with the particular electromagnet in his video clip.
At 70 volts I'm quite certain that it is drawing 6.6 amps and not 0.66.
(his ammeter dial was probably just set at the wrong point)
 
The plate configuration, and placement, in his replication vid just need a few small changes,
but even with his present set up I'm glad he is able to see some accelerating effect.
He's not far off from being able to duplicate the acceleration in my original clip.
Half a dozen cheap magnetic mending plates from a local hardware store
would get him where he wants to be.
 
I hope he continues..because his thinking on the electrolysis process will change
when he succeeds with true acceleration, and sees it for himself for the first time.
I'm looking forward to that.
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regards
Steve



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« Reply #52 on: December 14, 2010, 18:02:22 pm »
Thanks Steve. I have not stopped working on it. This is my first shot.
I used a clamp meter to measure the current. I will verify . My container wall thickness is 1/8 not 3/8.

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« Reply #53 on: December 18, 2010, 08:08:58 am »
The impedance of the electromagnet is more than 100 ohms. So how does he get 6.6 amps? My variac is rated at 7.5 amps.

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #54 on: December 18, 2010, 17:10:24 pm »
The impedance of the electromagnet is more than 100 ohms. So how does he get 6.6 amps? My variac is rated at 7.5 amps.

He thought to recognize it, Yaro.

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Re: Resonant waterfuelcell project by Steve
« Reply #55 on: December 22, 2010, 21:56:40 pm »
Steve,
What are these?
 
"Half a dozen cheap magnetic mending plates"
I googled it, and it was inconclusive [brass .ferrous ,zinc ,etc]?
 
Thank you
Chet