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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #16 on: April 17, 2019, 09:28:39 am »
Alessandro,

How can something like that look like?
Is high pressure needed?

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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #17 on: April 17, 2019, 14:06:11 pm »
The Giffard Injector is better example of HBE.

For example... if your input steam flow has an pressure of 6 bar in output you obtain an water flow with an pressure of 20bar..

Normally that is impossible but with HBE not!!

The scientist Peter Graneau has spent years to write papers on HBE that you can find (and pay) on internet.

Personally I have start some tests and other peoples works in that direction  http://blog.hasslberger.com/2013/06/high_pressure_watersteam_syste.html but the main problem is understand fully how HBE works..

Hydrothermal explosion  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydrothermal_explosion is better example of HBE and is the same method used from Meyer


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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #18 on: April 17, 2019, 14:23:42 pm »
https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/61/7b/f1/8e59ac33ab1aa9/US4826581.pdf

Here you can found better example of HBE.. Fig.4 use "mechanical impact" and is the simple and working way for obtain HBE.

Stanley Meyer use an microwave oven (steam resonator) for obtain SUPERHEATED WATER and infrared for the electrons destabilization of hydrogen bonds.

After .....this mixture when impacting on HEAT DEFLECTION SHIELD release  the THERMAL EXPLOSIVE EFFECT as Meyer said ...


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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #19 on: April 17, 2019, 18:38:14 pm »
i think that you are pretty much right.....
But it will not be easy to make a replication, and it is very dangerous as well....
Can you show me a bit of what you are building? Or is it not for the public to see?


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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #20 on: April 17, 2019, 19:28:04 pm »
Hello..
 what you are interested? Please specify what is your goal.

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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #21 on: April 18, 2019, 19:46:13 pm »
Hello..
 what you are interested? Please specify what is your goal.

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Well, my goals have been always the same.... I want to create a cheap way to make electricity......
Using a generator or something else.....

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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #22 on: April 20, 2019, 10:07:33 am »
If you want produce electricity I suggest to build hydrogenerator in loop with steam as primary source using biomass or sun.
Is a simple way for obtain the necessary energy source.  You can obtain sizes of 3-6-9-12-15.. etc..
you can build modules of 3Kw each  to 48v and summ the power similarry to solar panels.

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Re: Steam resonator
« Reply #23 on: April 21, 2019, 22:33:41 pm »
If you want produce electricity I suggest to build hydrogenerator in loop with steam as primary source using biomass or sun.
Is a simple way for obtain the necessary energy source.  You can obtain sizes of 3-6-9-12-15.. etc..
you can build modules of 3Kw each  to 48v and summ the power similarry to solar panels.

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Dear Alessandro,

So, if i would use my solar power, make steam out the electricity and then create more electricity then i had put in?