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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #8 on: October 06, 2008, 22:19:22 pm »
i guess no results?

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #9 on: October 06, 2008, 23:18:19 pm »
i guess no results?

No...same sad story

High volts always dies in water..

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2008, 05:08:33 am »
remember it's not just high voltage....it's steps of high voltage stacking on top of each other until enough static electricity has formed to pressure the water into splitting....at the moment when current would kick in it is cut off....so for that one second current is at it's highest and the static build plus that kick of current knocks the water off and it is dropped back to zero volts in the water cap.....this is why his cell would not heat up since he never let the current just stay on.....i think within tomorrow or the next day i will have my ferrite rods and i will either join you guys in the sad story or have successfully replicated it......i have everything perfect so far.

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #11 on: October 07, 2008, 13:40:46 pm »
H20Power,

I use a pump in my platecell system.
You can observe that amps go down as soon as the speed of water is too high.
What would you suggest we do with this waterpumping stuff?
I can imaging that with higher speed, we also can use higher volts, till some level.
Not sure what effect that will have.

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #12 on: October 08, 2008, 15:00:13 pm »
i guess no results?

High volts always dies in water..


Well what do you mean with that?
If you have a high voltage source and charge a capacitor with it, everythings fine, but if you use water as a dielectricum it won't work anymore? sounds strange.

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #13 on: October 08, 2008, 15:52:07 pm »
i guess no results?

High volts always dies in water..


Well what do you mean with that?
If you have a high voltage source and charge a capacitor with it, everythings fine, but if you use water as a dielectricum it won't work anymore? sounds strange.

I mean, that if you try to use higher volts and less amps on a wfc, the voltage collapses towards 2 volts.
This, because the WFC acts as a resistor. A very low one.
Low resistance, means high amps. If not available, the volts collapses.

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #14 on: October 08, 2008, 17:09:30 pm »
The thing is, the wfc should have a pretty high resistance (several megaohs or at least kiloohms) and in a resonating circuit the overall resistance even gets higher.
Strange

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Re: Stevie1001 JLN replication
« Reply #15 on: October 08, 2008, 22:40:01 pm »
alright h2opower.....while pondering before sleep last night i had an idea.....now i remeber that meyers said that what controls the burn rate of hydrogen is the non combustible gases in between such as argon and other gases in our atmosphere......so instead of making the fuel cell just straight vacuum sealed with one outlet why not make an inlet port so it would actually suck air from the outside of the fuel cell through the water adn out to the manifold......so in a sense the fuel cell would be sucking ambient air through the water getting all that argon and ambient non combustible gases and the hydrogen and oxygen that has been split by the cell, but it would also keep the water flowing in and upwards direction......meyers did this in his final product but instead of sucking in ambient gases he sucked in the exhaust fumes to have them reput into the cell.

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/fuelcell120.jpg)

#153 on here is the exhaust gas recylcer.

and if you were wondering #154 is the electron extraction circuit.