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Re: The VIC AND ALTERNATOR VIC
« Reply #24 on: April 04, 2013, 17:53:25 pm »
My point is am i able to put 1000watts into a small 4 centimeters cell?

Because that may be the missing link.. . how to do this?

The purer the water the best, ok, but what about the ss chokes? what they were really for? i'm tring to connect the dots..


sounds like a goid plan to put 1000 watts, mostly amps, into a cell.

I ran 60kv thru a cell, but didnt see any improvement...

Amps it was and probably will be...

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Re: The VIC AND ALTERNATOR VIC
« Reply #25 on: April 05, 2013, 04:57:12 am »
i think is indeed a good plan too, i tried sometimes applying 220v dc straight to the water   but it only made lot of vapor and hot water

i tried to apply pulsed dc with the vic to very pure water i got up to 600v but only hot water... but was no more than 100 watts


now i want to pulse it with 1000watts in the same or smaller cell lets see what happens !!!


I can't say if is mostly amps actually i guess we missed how to input lot of power into it... since the begining and probably was the greatest error we made... i just needed the knowledge of the coils arrangement to allow high power pulsing thats what its all about .

I had a water here with around 1000ohms resistance i remember that.... 1 amp turns to be 1000volts !!! 

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Re: The VIC AND ALTERNATOR VIC
« Reply #26 on: July 30, 2013, 21:11:56 pm »
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now i want to pulse it with 1000watts in the same or smaller cell lets see what happens !!!



What if.......1000 watts in a 1cm cell........
You must have really conductive water....
I suppose that the water will be gone in a second....
How to get high conductive cell aka setup?
High voltage! The higher the volts, the more amps will flow....
I never tried it, but would make some fun to do...




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Re: The VIC AND ALTERNATOR VIC
« Reply #27 on: July 31, 2013, 04:45:09 am »
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now i want to pulse it with 1000watts in the same or smaller cell lets see what happens !!!



What if.......1000 watts in a 1cm cell........
You must have really conductive water....
I suppose that the water will be gone in a second....
How to get high conductive cell aka setup?
High voltage! The higher the volts, the more amps will flow....
I never tried it, but would make some fun to do...

well 1000w = 1000 joules per second. So 10,000  discharges of 100mJ per second should do the job...

The thing must act as a current generator such that if water threshold is achieved the water should suffer high electric forces according to   the circuit designed...