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Sebosfato induction cell
« on: April 08, 2014, 09:45:09 am »
This is conclusion with the experiments i've done so far with the water tube coil...

I'm going to use tesla diodes and a new geometry to get the task accomplished. The idea is to fit a large diameter water tube passing thru the toroid and forming a U shape tank...
In each half of the U its filled with stainless steel plates to get the electrical output. My bet the more surface area the better! The more catalyzing the greater the effect.
The idea is that very high induction at high amps high enough volts provided from a resonant tank will force those ions to discharge in one direction only generating gas while extracting electricity from the process.

I mean its acting like a transformer but to get the products its required for it to let current grow so this output can be feedback to input and amplify the resonance make it self sustained generator.

Because Gas is  being generated so energy is being released and electricity is being re-generated continuously to reuse returning to the tank circuit with proper circuit design for that probably is required some special magnetic design too to provide proper isolation and feedback .



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« Reply #1 on: April 13, 2014, 15:16:26 pm »
Seems nobody could understand what i wrote about. 
 heres the deal i'm trying to input energy in the water directly using induction...

Basically water form a shorted turn and the voltage induced should be able to discharge the ions since positive or negatively charged atom in contact with a metallic surface will give its charge to the surface the conductive surface acting as a deionizing surface...

would be nice to have a kind of core that can be used to very low frequency to give time for the ions to discharge ... 

I'm thinking about using a toroidal coil...

 
For example you have 30 turns connected  to a capacitor resonating at maybe 3kv 5 amps this gives 100 volts per turn, 150Amps... so water ions should receive 100v potential.



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