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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #16 on: July 23, 2008, 17:01:20 pm »




Congratulations!

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #17 on: July 23, 2008, 20:20:37 pm »
Hi,

Tody i rebuild the plate cell from serie to parallel with one neutral.
My goal was to use a 5volt power supply.
When you connect 5V to a +n- setup, you will split voltage. So you would get 2,5v acros each cell

amps drawn by this setup of 9 plates was 0.5amps. Production was bad.

When i raised voltage production came alive!
Production was the same on the eye as with my serie setup.
Totall watts drastically lower! 120watts in stead of almost 300
I will try to do a gasoutput reading.

But i found something that i need to understand before i continue..
More on that later.

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #18 on: July 24, 2008, 19:26:53 pm »
Here is the masters PDF for plate cell.

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #19 on: July 25, 2008, 00:59:40 am »
lol, i smell additives,, guess im a rebel....

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #20 on: July 25, 2008, 12:00:16 pm »
Dear Hydrocars,

Once a rebel, always a rebel.
Once not using additives, always not using additives...

These tests are done without use of additives.

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001 new testresults!
« Reply #21 on: August 17, 2008, 23:08:08 pm »
I came back from vacation.
Of course i took some work with me on vacation, and in my case , it was the making of some gaskets for making a drycell with my new plates.

Here are my first testresults of my new and first drycell.

Construction:
5 plates = 4 cells
+nnn- wired
0.15litre a minute
13.3v by 2.9A = 39 watts
3.32v per cell
efficiency accoording to faraday = 54%

And i have 50 plates to use....
Prediction: 389watts for 1.5 litre a minute

All without use of additives! Just plain tapwater, gentleman. :)

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #22 on: August 17, 2008, 23:57:24 pm »
 ;D Outstanding Steve  ;D

About how long for the completed cell

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #23 on: August 20, 2008, 09:11:30 am »
First sneak peak of my 5 plate test setup.


There is an external waterreservoir for feeding the waterfuelcell.
It is also meant to be a safety bubler and waterfilter.
I use only tapwater and there is contamination in there.
So after running for 15 minutes, the water is brown. It keeps the inside of my wfc clean!
The selfrunning waterflow is a succes in this setup and it is not to quick and not to slow.

After this prove i have to make me a nice waterreservoir with filter etc.
And up to adding more plates.

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