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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #32 on: November 11, 2008, 21:23:10 pm »
Hey tad , like Stevie i am also wondering how you calculate the capacitance of a tap water capacitor... I also had it measured but it was 0 capacitance.... a leaking capacitor... how exactly did you calculate yours ?

Also i am wondering why you chose 48khz ???

Also , i was wondering if you could post a basic picture of your connection or photo or your setup ... maybe take a picture that doesnt reveal much but gives us an idea ???



if you have a multimeter you can measure it's capacitance......easy as that.

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« Reply #33 on: November 11, 2008, 21:56:28 pm »
TAD sorry for the annoying voice in the background...

http://waterfuelcell.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=870

So you say you need to adjust the inductance ? I love what 2curious has done with the sliding core i think is better than having a slider on the negative choke ... what do you think of this idea ?

How do you adjust your inductance what kind of slider  ?

Can we see what you did to the negative choke plz? Maybe take a pic of the construction and hide all other details  ?...


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« Reply #34 on: November 12, 2008, 18:51:27 pm »
Tad, you seem like your quite a few steps ahead of everyone else!

Why change the inductance though?

Why not just use fixed inductors and change the frequency using electronics like you mentioned.
I have heard of several people who have replicated the following circuit of Stan's and they have claimed that it worked. From what I understand the circuit is used for resonant frequency locking.

(http://i51.photobucket.com/albums/f389/xbradkx/mEYERSCOMPLETECIRCUITS.jpg)


Have you tried this circuit?
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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #35 on: November 13, 2008, 22:45:30 pm »
You there Unclefester ???

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« Reply #36 on: November 14, 2008, 08:57:04 am »
I think the 42.8KHz is from keely literature which mention water vaporize when physically pulsed at that frequency. It is mentioned in Dale Ponds video:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=9125003792513982191&ei=lIAeSerEOIeAwgPEncT3BQ&q=%22dale+pond%22
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5430570751600484561&ei=lIAeSerEOIeAwgPEncT3BQ&q=%22dale+pond%22


I wonder if what everyone trying to achieve is 85.6KHz DC sinewave (sine wave but never going trough zero)? At the second part Dale pond mention that when Keely mention about 42.8KHz it could be 85.6KHz.

Base from the video, I assume that we can get greater energy by using double frequency, for example 85.6KHz, 171.2KHz, 342.4KHz, ...

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« Reply #37 on: November 14, 2008, 17:26:00 pm »
I think the 42.8KHz is from keely literature which mention water vaporize when physically pulsed at that frequency. It is mentioned in Dale Ponds video:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=9125003792513982191&ei=lIAeSerEOIeAwgPEncT3BQ&q=%22dale+pond%22
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5430570751600484561&ei=lIAeSerEOIeAwgPEncT3BQ&q=%22dale+pond%22


I wonder if what everyone trying to achieve is 85.6KHz DC sinewave (sine wave but never going trough zero)? At the second part Dale pond mention that when Keely mention about 42.8KHz it could be 85.6KHz.

Base from the video, I assume that we can get greater energy by using double frequency, for example 85.6KHz, 171.2KHz, 342.4KHz, ...

Ive seen somebody who tried this with just a straight pwm pulsed dc , it did nothing...

What kind of pulse ? how much voltage ?

I'm sure alot of people tried this with their dave lawtons setup...

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« Reply #38 on: November 14, 2008, 18:59:37 pm »
Ok he does mention 42,8 khz.... but he then says he didnt  find anything special about it ... I'm sure of it was true we would have tons of reports about this...

Maybe Unclefester could explain more ?

Unclefester you there ???

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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #39 on: November 15, 2008, 02:52:44 am »
I'd guess the energy used was all vibrational .. Keely used acoustic vibrational energy, why not try acoustic/ultrasonic frequencies.

I've heard the physical / vibrational frequency of water is within khz range.