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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #96 on: February 09, 2017, 09:09:47 am »
Where you able to make any determinations thus far?

Well, at first, with these car coils, a spark makes a lot of  noise.
Second, driving two coils up to 70kv creates a lot of emf  disruptive signals that kills IC chips in a second, so better go for for other solutions like relais.
The purple spark seems the most stable one.
The hugh white streams the most unstable and noisy are difficult to control. Tbey act like lightning.
Which one will perform the proper required work, i still have to discover yet....


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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #97 on: February 09, 2017, 19:51:10 pm »
70Kv @ 11 milliamps was really clear on the interview tape..... Should we not make sure we have exact that or at the very least make sure we aren't going over that being it was also very clear not to go over? I have to believe its not one of those things "close enough" is good enough.
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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #98 on: February 09, 2017, 20:19:30 pm »
The milli amps can be reduced by use of resistance. It means also a slower charge discharge...

Here another video of 3 sparkgaps on my 70kv setup...
2 gaps work a bit nicer.

Horvath used 2 gaps for getting more radiolysys in his cell.



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« Reply #99 on: February 09, 2017, 21:04:07 pm »
I think it would help to look at the current as an important role in the process ...kinda like prentend the electron has a voltage and magnetic field, the magnetic field representing a current field ,the orbit representing a voltage field and you want to match them both (analogy)

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« Reply #100 on: February 10, 2017, 10:54:59 am »
Good work you're doing Steve. Your electrical setup seems to work fine. Is it possible that you can show a hand-drawn circuit diagram? And a video where you show the complete electrical setop  ;-)

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« Reply #101 on: February 10, 2017, 18:19:06 pm »
Good work you're doing Steve. Your electrical setup seems to work fine. Is it possible that you can show a hand-drawn circuit diagram? And a video where you show the complete electrical setop  ;-)

Welcome to the forum mr. Hermanwfc

Interesting name you choose.
Are you also trying to replicate HA system?

The current electronics and HV unit are still in development. As we talk about HV , i am very much holding back that info untill i am a bit more confinced on how to deal with it myself. Its very dangerous.
As you can read, i once blew up the cell and twice some electronic components.
And i can describe myself not as a beginner....

tell me a bit more about yr project please
Maybe i can give you some tips and hints....

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #102 on: February 12, 2017, 11:30:06 am »
In fact Steve, you have welcomed me once before. I have in a previous thread commented a few times. In a thread created by James Allen 8/2-2006 and that was called "Secret two Herman Anderson's water fuel system ...". I can't find the thread anymore in this forum. What happened with the thread?
I myself have made some research in HA's system when I've had a little time for it. But I have not come that far yet. I will post in this forum when I have something ready.

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Re: My Herman Anderson replication project
« Reply #103 on: February 12, 2017, 11:50:47 am »
In fact Steve, you have welcomed me once before. I have in a previous thread commented a few times. In a thread created by James Allen 8/2-2006 and that was called "Secret two Herman Anderson's water fuel system ...". I can't find the thread anymore in this forum. What happened with the thread?
I myself have made some research in HA's system when I've had a little time for it. But I have not come that far yet. I will post in this forum when I have something ready.

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Then a warm welcome back, sir.

Are you the person who visit James and advised him to hook up the high voltage to the anode?
And btw, feel free to post any steps between now and ready. We like that and want to learn of each other experiments.

In my case, i learned that fancy polycarbonate casings is not heaven.....
Also my alternative HV steering unit is still not doing what i want...

But i am happy that we have another HA enthousiastic here!

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Steve