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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #16 on: July 20, 2008, 05:40:26 am »
lol, howed you know? and where have you been hiding?

Been working lots of hours at the machine shop and I also got a new Bronco 2 that im switching from auto to manual 4x4 so been busy!!!

Anywho, tonight I hooked my cells up as neutrals on the outside then crossed 2 pos and 2 neg on the inners and I had some really good production! Something is wrong with my alternator and the output is very low so this test made my production appear to increase.

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #17 on: July 20, 2008, 07:14:39 am »
i would like to report that i gained 104 volts across a cell, the cell started humming and then shacking, "viberating" at first i thought the humming was coming from my power supplie but further investigation proved that it was not comming from the power supply but from the fuel cell. Im not going to comment on the fuel cell setup right now because i am working on making this better, but i can tell ya during humming i was producing about 450 cc's a min...

i think i am starting to understand whats going on, and if what i feel is right then i can make production at its peek,, lets see what happens...

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #18 on: July 20, 2008, 08:14:09 am »
my last test results,,, 106 volts 3.7 amps 350 cc's a min...

IF, the voltage did not Drop i could add 5 more units... this would be 3.7 amps * 6 = 22.2 amps, Production would be 2.1 liters per min, IF the voltage does not drop... If the voltage does drop one could add 6 diff power supplies running 6 units, the output would indeed be 2.1 liters a min!

Lets hope we dont have much of a voltage drop! These fuel cell units cost !!!! i want be geting these results in anytime soon...

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #19 on: July 20, 2008, 08:24:43 am »
its like the more i progress the more i notice that the higher the volts get the lower the amps go down? Strange for me to realize volts is getting higher and amps are getting lower, hrmmm

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #20 on: July 20, 2008, 08:49:25 am »
um, you guy's probably gonna think im a nut but i just had to come back and post that the outside container of my cell has static all over it, i can stick paper to it,,, its like the static you would find on a TV tube,but its not as strong. the reason i noticed it is because it made the little hairs on my hand tickle when i racked my hand across it,, i then grabed paper to confirm,,, very odd.

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #21 on: July 20, 2008, 09:59:52 am »
um, you guy's probably gonna think im a nut but i just had to come back and post that the outside container of my cell has static all over it, i can stick paper to it,,, its like the static you would find on a TV tube,but its not as strong. the reason i noticed it is because it made the little hairs on my hand tickle when i racked my hand across it,, i then grabed paper to confirm,,, very odd.

Riddler,

Static charge on the outside of the cellwall..
That strange....Nice to read your findings!

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #22 on: July 20, 2008, 11:21:21 am »
Hey Riddler, great work.

Here's an idea. Place one of those electron extraction rings above your tubes, run a wire out to a light bulb, and back to your negative. If the bulb lights then you are removing electrons like Stan's drawings, and will probably make even more gas. Maybe that's what the static is, left over charged electrons? Or maybe I'm nuts too...lol. ::)

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Re: Brand New Finding, Tube Cells
« Reply #23 on: July 20, 2008, 14:28:39 pm »
if you put so shrink tubing over the outter tube and rubber stoppers in the inner tubes  it will draw in more voltage and amps  cause your losing alot of it into the water bath making the static charge gas production will  almost double it did on mine