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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #16 on: December 01, 2016, 02:34:08 am »
Bro I don't know exactly how your deign Is but I would sAy it's A good idea I'm using acrylic only because I didn't had policarbonato it has a much better resistance against heat and breaking... 

Man I'm doing a cell with two connections on the inner electrode on the opposite sides to get a alternating magnetic field high amps

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« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2016, 06:57:00 am »
Bro I don't know exactly how your deign Is but I would sAy it's A good idea I'm using acrylic only because I didn't had policarbonato it has a much better resistance against heat and breaking... 

Man I'm doing a cell with two connections on the inner electrode on the opposite sides to get a alternating magnetic field high amps


that sounds interesting!

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« Reply #18 on: December 01, 2016, 12:11:20 pm »
I thought so since I had to make another cell why not to make the best I can?
I hope today it will be ready i post some pics for you to view and tell if you can maybe improve something in the design. My plan is to make it look like a big capacitor and probably I will encapsulate it when posssible, tô avoid Corona.

My idea is to make it very low esr too as it already has a low resistance in parallel to ruin the capacity property!

I believe a magnetic field in the rod will repel or attract the magnetic field of the changing electric field ad leak current. But the main idea is to inject the oscillation into the cell... I'm happy you enjoyed, make me know your thoughts about that!
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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #19 on: December 01, 2016, 14:15:18 pm »
I thought so since I had to make another cell why not to make the best I can?
I hope today it will be ready i post some pics for you to view and tell if you can maybe improve something in the design. My plan is to make it look like a big capacitor and probably I will encapsulate it when posssible, tô avoid Corona.

My idea is to make it very low esr too as it already has a low resistance in parallel to ruin the capacity property!

I believe a magnetic field in the rod will repel or attract the magnetic field of the changing electric field ad leak current. But the main idea is to inject the oscillation into the cell... I'm happy you enjoyed, make me know your thoughts about that!

My thoughts are that you are getting closer to my Anderson replication annex theory.
Herman wrapped copper wire around his cell. How that looked like is unclear. The reason however is very clear in theory, of course.
The goal is to achieve radiolysis and magnetisme for acceleration of ions. Resulting in bigger mass molecules like deuterium.
The coil with sparkgap creates all of this. When the spark sparks, a high peak of magnetisme will occure.....
Maybe something for you......

cheers bro

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #20 on: December 02, 2016, 02:25:38 am »
Cheers man

I just realized that I can make the electrical connectors for the Delrin cell just the same and it won't leak or have bad contact.. basically we need to screw straight into the electrode to get the oring pressed not on the plastic... so the screws just need to have the right size and inside the cell a small acrilyc disc with holes will let the water to pass thru into the cell but will cover the screw no allowing electrical flow from the screw to the rod... is not going to be good for two connections aT the rods but at least the Delrin won't melt nor will be a bad contact there, bad contact equal to voltage drop and power loss as heat...

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« Reply #21 on: December 02, 2016, 22:17:23 pm »
Almost ready with all the parts to put together

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« Reply #22 on: December 03, 2016, 00:35:45 am »
looks good!

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« Reply #23 on: December 04, 2016, 16:22:01 pm »
Check it out bro