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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #8 on: September 16, 2019, 13:08:36 pm »
please share.

Any idea on how much power you pulled from the battery during that test?


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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #9 on: September 17, 2019, 00:52:19 am »
I am Focusing on the cell not the amp draw from the battery. To get the Voltage across the cell which was almost 2 times higher than 12 volts, The primary coil doesn't contain enough loops, So I knew not to worry to much about the amp draw. I think it was 1.5 to 2 amps.

I have Constructed a New Vic, and It failed Miserably! I have to admit, I got lucky with my First Transformer. It is now Busted, I was trying to rewire the Primary and I noticed it was cracked so Its now a Paper Weight. I Currently Have another Transformer Core I am looking to Rewire sometimes This week. If I can get 20 volts across this cell Surely I can get more.

I have also noticed the following. Stan Drawed a Filement across the Choke, I used a Led light. I am not getting enough (Double Voltage) across the choke to really light the led the way it should be lighting. Also, I have noticed that the Second Choke when Tampering with it, The Led across Choke 1 will brightly light. I Assume this is the Tuning Zone that has to be tapped into so the led will remain lite continuously. Also, The Capacitor is more than 5 times greater than a shunt diode. Shunt Diodes are now considered Garbage in my book, and I think the Shunt Diode not only Prevented me from discovering this new knowledge But I think it has Lead all of you in the wrong direction. I wouldn't use anything smaller than a 5mf cap.

Also, Different chokes cause different resonate frequencies. I say this because a fat chokes will cause a Noticiable sound that is slow, and a smaller Choke will cause a much more faster. It can go in the double digit hertz sound all the way to Radio Frequecy sounds just by changing Only the choke.

Also, I think it is possible stan later replaced the lower choke with a Triac or SCR, Not sure at this time. Altering the Loop in this Part of that system causes a Spike in the first choke causing the Filement or light to emit.

Maybe someone will fall in by my side and troubleshoot the areas I am now going over at this time. I think I got lucky with that Transformer, I have yet to make one to even touch that one.. Let me see what this new transformer has to offer that I am Constructing.

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #10 on: September 17, 2019, 01:19:07 am »
Check this out, Stans VIC was  IRON CORE, Look at the Size of those chokes.

Is this not proof enough stans VIC was a Iron core step Up? I just noticed this. And also, I noticed he used a 30N Transistor.

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #11 on: September 17, 2019, 03:36:04 am »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??




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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #12 on: September 17, 2019, 22:43:26 pm »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??

Sebosfato there is no document that states with REAL NUMBERS that Meyer did over Faraday efficiency.
What we see on the International Independent Test Evaluation Report is a comparison of the amps on Faraday electrolysis vs amps on Electrical Polarization Process.
Every one that does some calculation can see it's way below Faraday.

Variable Flat-Plate:
48.7K cc/hr =811,67 cc /min.
80V @ 4Amp. = 320W
2.54MMW

Rotary Pulse-Voltage-Frequency (Alternator):
1 Liter cavity @ 1 ATM = 1000 cc (OK, since cavity is not in vacuum)
1 Liter cavity @ 7 PSI per minute = 7000 cc (WRONG!!) here is the point:
each 7 PSI pressure is about 476 cc - You can confirm by yourself or calculate based on the Boyle's law.
12,5V @ 40 AMPS = 500W
0,95MMW

TO PRODUCE 7LPM (7000CC) THE PRESSURE NEEDS TO INCREASE 103PSI EACH MINUTE.

I hope it opens some minds / eyes.
All data came form International Independent Test-Evaluation Report

Meyer was an artist to fool some people...

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #13 on: September 17, 2019, 22:59:39 pm »
u are correct, he never put any real numbers out... but at the techbrief he says the buggy runs on 40watts basically...

 i don't believe it...

what i believe is that is possible to make the gas by forcing amps/cm2 of electrode but it generates lots of heat or is possible to make it at low voltage ... if this heat could be recycled with the epg than it would lower the power consumption by generating power to feedback

if its generated in low voltage i believe there is still how to excite the gas


my point is we need to compare with something... i have everyday less time to loose and so this is the route im taking.. and im not even talking about only liter per minute or watts but real burning power...

if we cannot do  this we are kind of wasting the chance to get it right

i think arduinos with temperature meters, amps and voltmeter, perhaps also pressure  and able print data is the way to go.. and is how im going for it...

my idea is that running the generator is a good start but other setups could be developed to get the technology real tested..

for example how would it work in space vacuum ?

how the flame would burn on vacuum ?

those are questions im going to ask for us hopefully soon

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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #14 on: September 17, 2019, 23:15:32 pm »
The buggy "supposedly" ran on 40W per VIC (water fuel injector).
Stan's brother said on the blogtalkradio interviews,if I understood correctly,  that we are able to convert mass into energy and energy into mass.
My opinion is that it does not produce the H2 but some kind of monoatomic or something with high energy. (read about hydrogen fracturing process).
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Re: VIC Working!
« Reply #15 on: September 18, 2019, 00:06:58 am »
Nice... you should get your self a wattmeter to plug it.. you can get on eBay very cheap maybe 20$

if you are spending more than 2 watts per each amp flowing across the cell you are bellow faraday...

i think you could try to measure how many gas per minute you generated..??
right now my only concern is voltage across the cell. I've not seen anything like this ever.