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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #88 on: September 12, 2008, 23:16:52 pm »
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Hi, I am new in forum, but I working in the same way.

1.What I obtain into engine (motor) applying proton (into HHO generator) to electron of hydrogen molecule? What is the behavior of molecules after ignition?

2.Why you are going to use different laser if Mr. Meyer used just many of 935nm? You used different because you trying to carry the hydrogen’s electron to inner orbit, thus more energy. That is or I am wrong?

3.How we know that this new kind of energy will not damage walls engine, cylinder and piston head? You probably answer: Testing (is the best way to convince me), but what you think?

4.Is necessary to adjust engine before install generator, because I suppose explosion will be before of normal.

5.I am making a fuel injector water (I am mold/machine designer/builder) using Stan Meyer model, but I do not have the dimensions; I am just building it by intuition. If you have something else than help us…

6.The laser LED we are talking about, do not we need safety glasses for eyes care?

7.Laser LED have an expansion of 25º, but what is the range of them (distance)? If distance is large, and power still keep there, then we will need a shield, do not we?

8.I know you’ve seem this schematic (my HHO Generator is like this one), but I do not know which is the use of stainless steel donut coil. I wonder if it coil is for avoid recombination of HHO, or for increase production, what do you think?
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I have more questions but I do not want boring you.

Thousand thanks.


Hi Marpacifico,

Welcome to this forum!
You know that only the first 5 questions are free of charge...... ;)

1. return to watervapor and clean air....accoording to what i know
2. How do you know that Stan used 935nm? My frequencys are the known frequency's of Hydrogen...as you can read here..
3. the engine will rust. So, you better leave the engine running all the time, or switch to gas before you turn it down....
4.  depends. if you can slow down the burnrate, then you better do not change the engine
5. Maybe one of the memebrs can anser this question...
6. Safety first!
7. well, use commmon sense, i ll suppose..
8. accoording to their theory, you make another type of hydrogen which has a slower burnrate....
I havent try that donut coil , yet. It should be an easy test. Run a flame with or without that coil...

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #89 on: September 13, 2008, 01:15:32 am »
answer to number 3
one of the main purpuses of oil is to lubricat the cylinder while lubricating it also cleans the black sut that  is poduced from you gas explosion so it cleans lubricats and protects so no worry from the hho but if mor heat is introduced into the chambrs this dependends about your engine alloy what is made off and how much can it handles .


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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #90 on: September 17, 2008, 23:14:53 pm »
These are the frequencys that I will use for this experiment:

656.46 nm  = red
486.27 nm  = blue
434.17 nm = blue-violet
410.29 nm = violet
Stevie, I wonder about those LEDs (I am going to prove anyway). In 2nd Bohr's postulate say: A Electron can jump from electronic level to other without go pass to intermediate state. Then, I can use just one LED 656 nm to carry the electron to n1?. What do you think? I am confuse.
I know we need the exactly wavelength to make jump Electron to other level, then what mean 2nd Bohr's Postulate?
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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #91 on: September 18, 2008, 00:18:19 am »
These are the frequencys that I will use for this experiment:

656.46 nm  = red
486.27 nm  = blue
434.17 nm = blue-violet
410.29 nm = violet
Stevie, I wonder about those LEDs (I am going to prove anyway). In 2nd Bohr's postulate say: A Electron can jump from electronic level to other without go pass to intermediate state. Then, I can use just one LED 656 nm to carry the electron to n1?. What do you think? I am confuse.
I know we need the exactly wavelength to make jump Electron to other level, then what mean 2nd Bohr's Postulate?
Thanks.


Hi,

You mean that the electron can skip the other N orbits?
Hmmm, never thought on that...
Where did you read that?

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #92 on: September 22, 2008, 18:07:45 pm »
These are the frequencys that I will use for this experiment:

656.46 nm  = red
486.27 nm  = blue
434.17 nm = blue-violet
410.29 nm = violet
Stevie, I wonder about those LEDs (I am going to prove anyway). In 2nd Bohr's postulate say: A Electron can jump from electronic level to other without go pass to intermediate state. Then, I can use just one LED 656 nm to carry the electron to n1?. What do you think? I am confuse.
I know we need the exactly wavelength to make jump Electron to other level, then what mean 2nd Bohr's Postulate?
Thanks.

Hi,
You mean that the electron can skip the other N orbits?
Hmmm, never thought on that...
Where did you read that?
Here--->   http://venables.asu.edu/quant/Dinesh/Bohratom2.html
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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #93 on: October 02, 2008, 18:45:48 pm »
Hi Steve,

In regards to Marpacifico's questions (posted Sept. 12) the answer to question # 8 is to produce parahydrogen (and you are right) has a slower burn rate than orthohydrogen. It is used as one of several steps to address pre-ignition issues. In regards to his last post, I found similar information while doing a search on deuterium on Wikipedia.   http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bohr_model

According to Herman Anderson, deuterium (heavy water) was essential in his process. Noting the low density of hydrogen, this also needs to be looked at. The process of electrolysis is one of several methods to produce it.


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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #94 on: October 02, 2008, 21:26:15 pm »
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8. accoording to their theory, you make another type of hydrogen which has a slower burnrate....
I havent try that donut coil , yet. It should be an easy test. Run a flame with or without that coil...

Steve
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What outside pressure you recommend to produce a constant flame? Or, please send me a link than explain about it.

Have you ever seemed this page http://www.gethydropower.com/products.html, they look make good job, and what do you think? I am thinking buy them the cheaper product and, of course, apply inverse engineering to this product.

This product uses an air compressor, behind that must be a pressure regulator.

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Re: The final step towards running an engine on Hydroxy
« Reply #95 on: October 03, 2008, 13:44:57 pm »
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8. accoording to their theory, you make another type of hydrogen which has a slower burnrate....
I havent try that donut coil , yet. It should be an easy test. Run a flame with or without that coil...

Steve
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What outside pressure you recommend to produce a constant flame? Or, please send me a link than explain about it.

Have you ever seemed this page http://www.gethydropower.com/products.html, they look make good job, and what do you think? I am thinking buy them the cheaper product and, of course, apply inverse engineering to this product.

This product uses an air compressor, behind that must be a pressure regulator.

Well,

They seem to sell stuff.
I personally do not have any experience with them. It is an easy way to start with this kind of cells.
Except when you think that you can do better, like i did and do.... ;)

Keep us updated about this. We all like to read about it.

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steve