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What did Stan meyer really said.......
« on: July 10, 2008, 11:04:13 am »
Stanley Meyers:

The Hydrogen Fracturing Process dissociates the water molecule
by way of voltage stimulation, ionizes the combustible gases by
electron ejection and, then, prevents the formation of the water
molecule during thermal gas ignition ... releasing thermal
explosive energy beyond "normal" gas burning levels under
control state ... and the atomic energy process is environmentally
safe.

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #1 on: July 10, 2008, 11:06:39 am »
Water now becomes part of the Voltage Intensifier Circuit in the form of "resistance" between electrical ground and pulsefrequency
positive-potential ... helping to prevent electron flow within the pulsing circuit

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #2 on: July 10, 2008, 12:56:00 pm »
Stanley Meyers:

The Hydrogen Fracturing Process dissociates the water molecule
by way of voltage stimulation

A fancy word for electrolysis, Stan Bettered the electrolysis process with his tuned cell, but in no way did he produce 7 liters a min but around 700 cc's per min.

, ionizes the combustible gases by
electron ejection

Another Fancy way to say he ionized the gas, he uses hundreds of expressions, cant believe resonance isn't in there.

and, then, prevents the formation of the water
molecule during thermal gas ignition

Thermal means very HOT, laser heated to ignite gas, no fire no water formation.

... releasing thermal
explosive energy beyond "normal" gas burning levels under
control state ... and the atomic energy process is environmentally
safe.

"(Laser Ignition,thermal")  and ("Laser photon injection,Change of energy state") Prevents reformation of water and controls the "(2H protons energy level,2h contains neutrons")  via electronic photon injection. 

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #3 on: July 10, 2008, 23:11:43 pm »
The established resonant frequency is most generally in the audio range from 1 Khz up to and beyond 10 KIlz; and is dependent upon the amount of contaminants in natural water. Oscillating and superimposing electrical charged particles unto the Electrical Polarization process at a given pulse-frequency is, now, herein called "Resonant Action", as illustrated in (240) of Figure (3-25).
To reach maximum gas-yield (88) resonant cavity (170) of Figure (3-25) is shaped into a tubular structure (typically 0.50 inch diameter tube inserted into 0.75 inch diameter tube having a .0625 concentric air-gap 3 inches long) which functions as a longitudinal wave-guide to enhance particle movement in a lateral or angular displacement to applied voltage fields (66/67). Insulatedhousing (72) prevents voltage coupling to water bath (68) which allows applied voltage amplitude (xxxVn) to remain constant across water molecules...

My explanation: when you use the Stan Meyer circuit, use frequencys between 1khz till 10khz
Use a bifilair coil of 100 wraps for each coil (totall 200)
Use a tubes of 3 inch high T304 0.5 inner and 0.75 outer tube with gap of 0.0625
Insulate the outer tube with delrin or similair
Insulate the inside of the innertube.
Use a nice pulsing circuit.

I can confirm to you that you can get a step-up charging effect with this.

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #4 on: July 10, 2008, 23:54:57 pm »
about  a longitudinal wave-guide:

1.
sound waves are called longitudinal waves. They need a medium through which they are propagated.
This can be proved by enclosing an electric bell into a glass jar. When air is present in the glass jar, the sound of the bell ringing could be heard but when air is pumped out of it the sound of the bell ringing is no longer heard although one can still see the bell being struck by the hammer. Note that since sound needs a medium through which it can be transmitted, then the denser the medium, the better the transmission of sound.

One notes that longitudinal waves consist of successive compressions and rarefactions in the spacing of the medium which is carrying the wave. Therefore now it should make more sense as to why the denser the medium is, the better it becomes at transmitting longitudinal waves.

The speed of sound in air is about 330m/s at 00C and increases at higher temperatures. In denser mediums than air, for example steel, the speed of sound can be as large as 6000m/s.

go read on part 2

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #5 on: July 11, 2008, 00:18:32 am »
about  a longitudinal wave-guide:

part 2

The speed of waves can be calculated by using the equation shown below:
C = f  . ?

where: c = speed of the wave in m/s.
f = frequency in Hz (/s).
? = wavelength in m

Put that into the tubes of Stan: 3 inches are 0.0762m and use the speed of sound into steel, like 6000m/s
We should get a frequency out of this:
6000 = 0.0762 . 78740hz

Now this speed in steel is i think not the right one.
I found this: Steel, 347 stainless, velocity of longitudinal wave (extensional wave) in thin rod = 5000
5000 = 0.0762 . 65616hz

Riddler this is for you: 5000m/s = (10.5 inch) 0.27m . 18518hz

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Re: What did Stan meyer really say.......
« Reply #6 on: July 12, 2008, 11:20:51 am »
The resonant cavity of Stan Meyer in practice.

Please have a goooooooooooooood look at this picture and think what happens in this cavity when it is filled with water and you have power on it......
Please reply this this question. I wanna teach you all here something, if you wanna know how Stan got resonance....

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Re: Stan Meyers, the basics
« Reply #7 on: July 12, 2008, 19:54:50 pm »


A fancy word for electrolysis, Stan Bettered the electrolysis process with his tuned cell, but in no way did he produce 7 liters a min but around 700 cc's per min.


I think a lot of us inlcuding members on this forum have achieved 500 to 1 LPM gas prdouction (regardless of power consumed) but no one seems to have got an engine idling on it.

I dont know if stan produced  7LPM as per his claim but he is definetely producing way more than 700cc in this video.

He actually states that he is holding 13 3/4 pressure, which is the maximum the pressure gauge on his cell goes. The same cell that is on  the video it runs on water. That cell is definetely producing way over 700cc.

So he is holding max pressure of 13 psi and then idling his dunebuggy. Riddler I dont know how much gas one can slowly release and hold 13psi pressure for given 700cc production but there is no way that small amount of gas can idle a dune buggy.

If it is possible to hold 13 psi pressure and continously burn even a needle flame I would like to see anyone make a video and prove that its possible. the pressure has to be constant though while the flame is burning or bubbled up using a bubbler.