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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #64 on: December 08, 2008, 06:41:14 am »
fester it only take me about 5 to 6 liter per minute to idle a 5.5 hp briggs  that is 206 cc  going from that number it should only take me 35 to 42 liters to idle my 1.4 / 1.5  liter honda civic  should only be about 3000lph

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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #65 on: December 08, 2008, 18:34:29 pm »
I see your point. I'm not sure why but somehow you can get engines to run on lesser amounts than modern science states. I've idled a 360CI V-8 on 200 lph for 30 seconds before it went to lean to run, but I don't totally understand why since it should not have even run more than 10 seconds at that output even with some pressure developed on he cell before hand.

I have to get back to work so I can feed my family over the next month or two. If there is anything else you need you can reach me at h2opowered at cox dot net, although as I stated before I have very limited time, these last few posts were a rare exception.

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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #66 on: July 18, 2009, 18:12:16 pm »
Tesla Igniting surface of Water with High Frequency
 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EBZ81N2kX8&NR=1

I think this shows very crude how meyer's system will work.
finetuning it will give constant flames
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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #67 on: July 18, 2009, 18:30:49 pm »
Tesla Igniting surface of Water with High Frequency
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-EBZ81N2kX8&NR=1

I think this shows very crude how meyer's system will work.
finetuning it will give constant flames

Alan,
 
This video is amazing! The flames are incredible. Its hydrogen!
The amount is incredible too, for just 120watts...
Do you have more info on this?
 
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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #68 on: July 18, 2009, 18:51:31 pm »
Too bad no more info.
Only thing I know is high voltage, high frequency, I think HF spikes [mhz/ghz?], but LF repetition rate [khz] created by transients.

I think the same can be accomplished with a stungun, which nowadays approaches 1MV
I wonder what happens when the frequency can be fine tuned, guess meyer did exactly that: easy tunable teslacoil by altering pulse rate.

The disruptive discharge of a capacitor through a sparkgap allows such natural oscillations without pulling more power from the source when the coil is shorted, all energy is delivered by the cap.
this is what i understand from richieburnett site about teslacoils.

I know, blablabla
but this is what I think is happening.
guess the same may happen with the hairpin circuit when tuning is possible - no hho occured when a lamp on the hairpin was put into water, tuning the sparkgap by quenching may help, with 2 concetric tubes and no lamp.

the coil that is used in the video:
NR=1#
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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #69 on: January 08, 2010, 05:03:00 am »
Not sure what happened to the date on the last few posts, anyhow wanted to add some info.

here is a link for air to water ionization - this is related to a single lightning strike, not several discharges like the above video:
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http://analogengineering.com/lightning/surface.html


Tad,

Your insite to steam is one I have been working towards for awhile now also, Instead of expanding water 1800x steam is already 1600x there so the expansion is only needed 200x more.

Steam:
has more energy than water,
has less chemicals,
has a lower dielectric constant,
has a lower density, etc...

All which point in favor of spliting into H and O with voltage fields.

On the automotive X deal you are working on some pointers:

1-Add a massive Ozone generator to the intake, improvements on fuel by 7 to 10%
(seen a patent on this after I done the chemistry math - patent backed my findings.  Although I should say I backed the patent findings since it was first, but I didn't know that at the time).

2- If you are looking for most efficiency add exhaust heat to the intake, you will loose HP. due to air density losses, but increase the miles per gallon.  (I have been thinking of having a link cable tied to the gas pedel - full throttle lets in the cold air, less throttle lets in the hot air, heat exchanger with exhaust pipe)

If you get the investers interested try going with ionized intake air instead of Ozone - not sure if that would improve more than ozone.


I have more ideas on the subject but don't want to bore you with them.

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Re: HV and hydroxy
« Reply #70 on: February 23, 2012, 23:21:12 pm »
Sorry to necro such an old thread. Just checking in to see how everyone was getting along with their test setups.


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