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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #24 on: January 24, 2011, 10:53:31 am »
Thank you for sharing those pictures and info...   8)

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #25 on: January 26, 2011, 04:37:31 am »
Please re-read my last post,I made a correction to better clarify the outer tube thickness.
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #26 on: January 29, 2011, 20:09:20 pm »
Another and quicker way that Stan could have formed the slots
is to have used an abrasive cutting disc. This method makes a lot of sparks and tubes get very hot with some discoloration.

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #27 on: February 01, 2011, 11:28:18 am »
edit: i wrote this before reading Tony's posts.....  It really looks like he has a good grasp on things :)
 
 
I had once posted a calculation on oupower that i  thawt the tubes would be 13.4" based on wat i  think may have been a flawed theory but now that i think about it once again.... i think the theory may hold some water lol...The reasoning i came up with 13.4 inches was  Stan said the frequency for a 3 inch tube was 5 khz..... i came up with 13.4 by adding 3inches for every 5 khz till i came up with  42.8 khz and a length yea of 13.4 inches :)  I havent sit down yet and added it up that way to reach the average length  13" 5/16  but i remember also that someone said Stan may have used 43 some khz... even if adding it up the way i did was backwards it shouldnt be too hard to substract 5khz for every 3 inches of tube length but should still be a harmonic of around the the 43 some khz ??? ? It looks like from the pictures the theory of a standing wave from the tubes themselves is shot down due to the placement of the power tabs ??? ?  The frequency and space between the tubes may not be of importance but Im sure ive read in one of Stans patents that it is.
 
 I also remember Stan saying in a video " when you tune in with voltage "  wich seems to refer to the number of turns on the resonate charging chokes and " if you want more volatge " seems to refer to the secondary windings.I would very much like begin with a  " reduced to practice " version of his demo cell and wandering if thats possible with just 2 sets of tube cells???
 
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #28 on: February 01, 2011, 12:00:11 pm »
Please re-read my last post,I made a correction to better clarify the outer tube thickness.
Don

Thats really neat info !!!   The spacing between the tubes I think is wats most important with the diffrent outter tube thickness I would believe.The high and low side switch on his electric box is interesting now that we know there were actually 2 diffrent spacings within his tubes wich may not have any relationship at all  lol  I wish he was here to answer questions .
 
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Thank you Tony !!! sure looks like you have a " reduced to practice version "   nice !!!!
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #29 on: February 01, 2011, 12:07:19 pm »
There allways seemed to be an insulating material over the negative disk wich doesnt seem to be there from the new photo of the bottom ???

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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #30 on: February 16, 2011, 06:16:43 am »
@sebosfato
The item you are talking about around the container of the cell is a coil. Stan stated that further energy could be translated into the atoms by a pulsating orthogonal magnetic field. If I remember correctly it's the vic coil around the gas proc. Stephen at xogen places their coil under their plate setup. Dingel discovered it with his coil next to a battery.

@John
The thermal explosive yeild was never demo'd. But it is simple, read William Lyne's "occult aether physics". It gives a nice of overview of the atomic hydrogen process and his explanation goes hand n hand with Meyer's. Everyone scratches their head when Meyer talks about "nuclei decay" and hydrogen as an "energy aperture". But Lyne explains that ZPE energy density is a direct relation to freq. All elements below atomic #19 have ZPE characteristics due to their high vibrations. Hydrogen seems to able to act as a conduit for ZPE. This is the basis for Stan's "miniature controllable sun" code name "Easer". Figure out that and you will see what the gas proc is...and why you don't need the volumes of gas everyone is trying for.

Everything Meyer did was to improve efficiency, by recycling electrons released into LED arrays to up energy levels even further, running in resonance, etc...
This being said, why would this man that is trying so hard to raise efficiency within his own system use the incredibly inefficient heat exchanger that is an ICE as is?
(Something like 7% of your gasoline's energy touches the ground...all else is squandered as waste heat...)

Answer....He didn't.
Just think about it, everyone is trying to create volumes of gas to feed into the intake....this is inefficient (plus I don't think an ICE can take repetitive explosions of that intensity). Instead think of this...you feed in through the intake a medium (air), this medium is at ambient temp., you compress this medium, then, you create the third hottest flame known to man (Atomic Hydrogen Flame) into this compressed medium via a plug at the top of the cylinder. You now don't have to rely solely on burning hydrogen, instead you have created a more efficient heat exchanger and saved precious H2.

The "dynamic waveguide" creates different energy fronts....tapered creates more explosive...concave creates more heat....he is talking about the atomic hydrogen flame projection...

Start with the WFC to make the most efficient HHO one can...Then use light and magnetism to manipulate the gasses to higher energy levels (electron ejection)....steal electrons so spontaneous recombination cannot happen.....throw in some ionized air gasses to bind up the oxygen....finally re-energize the mixture to create the spontaneous recombination of H to H2.  (This is solidified by Stan saying that the H and O cannot recombine until it can acquire free electrons from the environment)

P.S. This is obviously simplified, I do not know the exact chemical equations, but the process is all there. I cannot be certain this is a pure hydrogen mechanism due to all the ionized gasses, but I guarantee it is the prime mover.
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Re: Tube Demo Cell Pictures
« Reply #31 on: February 16, 2011, 09:06:07 am »
Hello man, no actually what i'm saying is that even your cell siting on the ground you already have a capacitance between outside ad inside of the cell. I just mean to improve it by adding greater area, witch in turn for every volt let you extract over more electrons from the water. Even a coil if connected in the right way could become this  conductor.