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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #16 on: January 22, 2011, 19:04:15 pm »
I would have to say it was 1/2 thick.The top and bottom parts of the cell were bolted into the tube.
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2011, 05:46:57 am »
Dynodon,
 
Do you know how long the 0.75" outer tubes are exactly (or at least one of them) and how long the 0.5" inner tubes are exactly (or at least one of them)?
 
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #18 on: January 23, 2011, 15:12:33 pm »
Don i would like to ask you something...


There was any kind of conductive surface on the outside of the container? I don't know why but i remember to see a photo where there was a circle maybe made of copper around the cell... Can you confirm that?


Could you also describe how exactly the inner tubes where fixed on the disk and how that disk was fixed in the bottom of the cell?


Thanks again.
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #19 on: January 23, 2011, 17:11:38 pm »
I dug through my notes and I found the measurements for the demo cell.I couldn't remember if I even had them.
The plexiglass tube was 5-1/2 inches diameter,3/8 thick.

NOTE:The tubes on average were 13-5/16 inches long,the outside tubes were different thicknesses,some were .030 inches thick and some were .043 inches thick.So that shoots any tube resonance matching theory in the bud.!!!!

A 5/16 nut was tach welded to the bottom of each inside tube
The straps on the outside tube were tack welded also and were 3/4 inch wide and @ 3-1/2 inches long
The top and bottom plexiglass plates were @ 2-1/2 inches thick.
Thats all I have,the rest you'll have to take from the pictures.
Again,from what I just gave you here and have stated before,IMHO the tubes were just random pieces thrown together,and not tuned for ANYTHING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So take this info and do whatever you want with it,you have my opinion!
And thats all I have to say about this from here on out.I will answer no more questions about how it was built,you have what I have.
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #20 on: January 23, 2011, 19:39:53 pm »
i was thinking about this last night  and came up with
 
the center tubes have hole drill thru them  and nut welded to bottom   
 
the hole is their to put screw drive thru so you can thighten the bolt on tthe bottom of the tube  with out  it spinning in your hand
 
the slots are in the outter tube so you can fit screw driver  into center  tube with out having to remove outter tube

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #21 on: January 23, 2011, 23:14:02 pm »
i have a hole in my inner tube just like that, but it's at the bottom, and i tighten the inner before the outer

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #22 on: January 24, 2011, 03:54:51 am »
I have seen a lot of videos of Stan marketing this concept.  The video of the VW powered by water, the process of the electrolysis in his tube set, and the hydrogen flame.  Does anyone have a video of Stan demonstrating the  “instantly” releasing thermal explosive energy (gtnt)?  Did he ever film a demonstration to prove that claim?  If there is a video of that I would like to find it.     

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #23 on: January 24, 2011, 05:04:14 am »
It appears as though the slots could have been cut with a hacksaw and the bottom squared off with a small triangular
or flat file. There are definite angled marks on the edges of
slots. The slots on each tube are directly opposed fom each
other. This does not look like a milling bit was used. It is very rough.