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Scalar Waves and HHO production
« on: July 27, 2016, 13:23:08 pm »
1. Meyers used 300 series stainless steel in the construction of his vertical cluster demonstration cell

2 Stainless steel types 304 thru 316  have a high degree of corrosion resistance but orange discoloration is from iron oxide
   formed as austentic microcrystals are being leached out as well as increased concentration of  contaminants if distilled is not
   being used to replenish and tap or well water is being used. also Meyer used bolts that rusted to fasten the Perspex spacer or
   holder for the tube sets

3 304  stainless will show an austentic microcrystalline structure

4 A change in the crystalline structure of the austentic forms of iron can alter both ferromagnetic and paramagnetic properties

5 Iron, cobalt and nickel are transitional elements that can exhibit ferromagnetism due to an
   exchange interaction which is a type of quantum mechanical effect (Meyer mentions these elements in a new Zealand lecture)

6 Examples of the modification of the symmetry to an asymmetric condition would include the boson and fermion

7  For fermions it is sometimes termed Pauli repulsion and is associated wit the Pauli exclusion principle

8 For bosons the attraction of similar particles is seen in the bose-einstein condensation

9 In solids the crystalline structure inhiblts the free movement of magnetically aligned crystals

10 For example the magnetic flux lines within minerals can be used to determine orientation  at
    the time of formation

11 Also by heating a magnet past its Curie point the alignment of the magnetic dipoles
     is basically destroying the long range ordering

12 Application of an collapsing  magnetic field as in a dequassing coil may increase
     the randomness of the dipoles and if a decreasing current of the coil is applied over time
     a nearly complete  diminution of magnetic field may occur although some residual
     may remain due to hysteresis effects

moving along..

    In the meyer epgs the use of magnetized particles and/or atoms in a gaseous or liquid slurry form is key to understanding
    the process

     The ease in which the dipoles can translate on their axes in gaseous or liquid form  (example ferrofluid suspension)
      or plasmas is a method to avoiding emf eddy and a dramatic reduction in opposing Lorentz forces

     The gas tube must be permeable to magnetic flux lines and non magnetic  (Meyer used copper)

     Meyers increased the number of flux lines cut by the use of a mechanical spiral divider in the copper tubing

     Also by increasing the number of windings on the pickup coils, increased flow rate of the gas or slurry (it was about 50 in/sec
     but up to 90 in/sec in the multi tier devices) and increasing magnetic field strength of the fluid if would be expected
     to see increased energy production   50 kw for the multitier

     So as an investigation into the effect scalar energy input into the solid phases of the ferromagnetic materials in
     the tubular array a modification to the cluster array is being built with the scalar energy being directed in the vertical or y axis of the tube
     The scalar generators are of the collapsing field/magnetic void design with each tube set having a separate scalar wave generator at the base
     of each tube set   

     Since the collapsing fields are wired in parallel and thus are synchronized it will be possible to see the effects on HHO production rates as each additional scalar generator is
      switched on and activated. 

     There should be a stepwise change in gas rate production as the number of scalar generator activated is increased

     Since scalar wave polarity may be an issue with the voltage potential fields between the anode and cathode
    and dielectric medium, a polarity change switch is added to the collapsing coil array to change the scalar parity value just in case the
    scalar is acting in a negating manner to gas production.

    An early indication of this would be a decrease in the amount of hho production in a stepwise manner from the control hho production of no
    scalar input instead of an increase  (or possible no change or below threshold of detection using gas production as a measure)

    Unfortunately the size of the ferromagnets used in producing the magnetic void bubble precludes their use as a simple add on under the
    standard size cluster array, I am considering the neodymium  magnet series but the high gauss density is harder to shield and creates induced eddy
   currents in nearby coils  I think the solution may be to rebuild with same anode and cathode tube sets but to place them in an eight or ten inch
   diameter configuration  thereby allowing a proper spacing of the scalar generator for each tube set in nearby coils.

   There are some other issues in terms of shielding the power cords from the scalar radiation and induced currents so that mains voltages
   are constant as well as the electronics being protected in the cell power supply unit.


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