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Re: electric field screening
« Reply #40 on: July 19, 2013, 23:32:12 pm »
has anybody ever used 100kV pulses to dissociate water ??
I had 70KV passing thru the cell....


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« Reply #41 on: July 19, 2013, 23:38:10 pm »
well water gas is different from water liquid which one did you have? not one has verified the formula I gave .. ::)

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« Reply #42 on: July 19, 2013, 23:41:42 pm »
well water gas is different from water liquid which one did you have? not one has verified the formula I gave .. ::)

Thru water, Geon.

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« Reply #43 on: July 20, 2013, 00:40:05 am »
I made a mistake in the first formula it should be more like this , the results that I wrote are correct.

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Re: electric field screening
« Reply #44 on: July 20, 2013, 03:58:58 am »
has anybody ever used 100kV pulses to dissociate water ??
I had 70KV passing thru the cell....

But across the cell?

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Re: electric field screening
« Reply #45 on: July 20, 2013, 09:36:55 am »
has anybody ever used 100kV pulses to dissociate water ??
I had 70KV passing thru the cell....

But across the cell?

Well, what is across or thru.
I used a spark gap in serie with the cell.
70kv went thru the cell, thru the sparkgap. Nice big sparking.

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Re: electric field screening
« Reply #46 on: July 20, 2013, 18:39:39 pm »
I mean, in your case than the electrical stress remained mostly into the spark gap not on water!

I'm not sure if its the correct term but when i mean across i mean you could see or measure the high voltage applied at the cell poles.

I'm pretty inclined to believe that meyer had some secrete inside its inner tube!! Probably also in the construction of the resonant cavity!

The idea is that to apply a high electric potential to the water you need big charge and yet the insulating material should have high resistance, dielectric strength, and dielectric constant, than water for the system proposed.

Meyer indeed told us the secrete is to restrict the amps

He was really smart since he just mentioned it and never provided the background necessary for this subject to be understandable.

Of course it was so simple and stupid that he could not reveal this or his patents would be useless.


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Re: electric field screening
« Reply #47 on: July 25, 2013, 06:24:28 am »
Do you agree with me Steve? about how much voltage there was across water plates?

Now i came into a interesting though!

About geometric configuration and the electromagnetic field inside the cell!

Meyer said in the tech brief that he was using not only statical forces but also dynamic forces.... Well when he says dynamic forces in my opinion he meant that not only electrostatic forces are present and as such because a changing electric field must have associated with it a changing magnetic field perpendicular to the flow of current.



Electromagnetic waves travel at speed of light, but how does it apply for a water capacitor?

What about a coil instead of a high dielectric material? to restrict amps but allow voltage to take over?