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« Reply #72 on: January 20, 2017, 13:32:47 pm »
Here are the values given by Horvath about the strength of the magnetic fieldlines.

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« Reply #73 on: January 20, 2017, 17:06:31 pm »
Kevin, first ran on battery didnt produce lots of gas.
Did you have the same results?

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« Reply #74 on: January 20, 2017, 19:39:24 pm »
Have you got your cell DC paremeters yet?

yeah.
9.5 amps direct hooked up to battery. Gas production is low.
pH of 12


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« Reply #75 on: January 22, 2017, 17:57:33 pm »
update:

With help of a little bit more KOH, the cell pulls easy 23 amps.
In a pulsing mode, the chinese ampmeter shows a 15amp max pulse.
The circuit is for now ready. One dc pulse followed by 1 HV pulse.
I sparked it to the positive and nothing.
I sparked it to the negative and at first nothing happend, then followed by a big bang.
My ears hurt.
What happend?
No idea.
My first thoughts were that the spark might have jumped into the cell thru the gas outlet.
So, the next tests where performed.
I switched again from sparking at the positive to sparking at the negative and again a big bang.
Thank God that my cell is strongly made. The explosion was clearly in the cell and the pressure went thru the gas outlet to the outside......

WHAT THE H IS GOING ON HERE?

I am ok futher. No damage fysical and also no damage to my equipment....








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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #76 on: January 23, 2017, 00:22:12 am »
Derrela total

Crazy man, hope your ears are fine... be careful with the explosions

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« Reply #77 on: January 24, 2017, 10:43:53 am »
Thanks Fabio. My ears did hurt a bit but are fine now.
 :)

Kevin, i repeated and repeated and listend to the interview with Herman. I modified the sound and filterd it so it was better to follow.
Herman clearly states that he switches dc and hv on the anode.
I will stick with that for now.
The other unclear till now bla bla from the interview was about the standing waves.
I think i have now a better picture of that as well.
7.5c per second has to do with that. As well as the potentiometer in his electronic circuitboard.
You see, to amplify the electromagnetic waves between the electrodes you must tune the frequency to match it.
Not sure yet if it is the hv or dc or both that has to deal with it....

Today i will run the setup again and i will adjust the freq till i see something  ;)
Maybe make some scope picture too and a video of it all.

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« Reply #78 on: January 24, 2017, 10:54:13 am »
update:

With help of a little bit more KOH, the cell pulls easy 23 amps.
In a pulsing mode, the chinese ampmeter shows a 15amp max pulse.
The circuit is for now ready. One dc pulse followed by 1 HV pulse.
I sparked it to the positive and nothing.
I sparked it to the negative and at first nothing happend, then followed by a big bang.
My ears hurt.
What happend?
No idea.
My first thoughts were that the spark might have jumped into the cell thru the gas outlet.
So, the next tests where performed.
I switched again from sparking at the positive to sparking at the negative and again a big bang.
Thank God that my cell is strongly made. The explosion was clearly in the cell and the pressure went thru the gas outlet to the outside......

WHAT THE H IS GOING ON HERE?

I am ok futher. No damage fysical and also no damage to my equipment....

If its possible always have a video recording of every test or experiment.
We haven't seen the hole you made or anything you did to the anode prior to plating.
I could be wrong but you may be better off configuring  a set of parameters with something like this in dealing with the HV part to start with.
How strong is your magnetic field? The only possible way I've found to do it is like the pic in my  inductors thread.Think about this....a microwaves ciramic magnet is usually around 800 gauss.
Those wires in there are just thrown in there to show as example .
And if you want your PH to last for any length of time you'll need to go ahead and do the 20% by weight and document all your run time....its going to  require an honest and true go at it to be successful my friend.
Just to add a cpl more cents here....the alternating DC and HV pulse didn't come from Herman....that is an opinion from various people that only had part of a circuit ....it can't work that way ...it's just not possible.It requires the HV to be an alternating current not a DC current...and that's just another opinion ;)

I'll run this sinerio by you....
What do you think would happen if wires like the ones in this picture functioned not only as corona discharge (between the turns ) but also as the third electrode required with the core and coils attachment(reverse polarity) in my inductor thread?

My personal opinion about that picture is that this is NOT the way to do this unnless you want to blow up yourself.
There is absolute no hv wire inside the cell.
Corona discharge tubes is what i build in the past for fun.
It ignites H easy......



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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #79 on: January 24, 2017, 10:56:55 am »
For info.
What happens when the hv hits the anode?
Is it not tranferring emf waves and a lot of electrons to the anode?