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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #40 on: September 07, 2008, 22:23:15 pm »
h2opower,

For those that want to be responsible, an idea would be to saponify the KOH, or NaOH (convert it into soap),  not sure about what to do with the heavy metals leached from the stainless, etc.

The other thought is to evaporate the solution and run a Browns Gas flame over it to transmute it.

Advanced transmutations of using Browns gas are being used to treat nuclear waste:
http://pacenet.homestead.com/Transmutation.html

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #41 on: September 08, 2008, 19:36:21 pm »
Good work Stevie.

Are your plates fully submerged in water or are they isolated, ala Bob Boyce style?

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #42 on: September 08, 2008, 22:28:09 pm »
Hi Yaro,

The whole cell is dry on the outside.
So, water is just between the plates and not around.

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001 NEW RECORD GAS PRODUCTION
« Reply #43 on: September 10, 2008, 13:18:27 pm »
Hi,

Today i got a new record gas.
8 litres a minute with 1470watts.
Almost blew up my electronics with this....smoke came out of it!

So, thats sofar the limite, i ll guess.... ;)

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7 litres a minute video! from me...
« Reply #44 on: September 17, 2008, 10:54:21 am »
Well,

Anyone wants to see how 7 litres a minute looks like in a bucket of water?


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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #45 on: October 08, 2008, 22:27:25 pm »
Next week, i am in the postion to do some engine runs.
Here are 3 pics of the setup that must be able to run a grasmower.
Its my dryplatecell with variable output between zero and 8 litres of hydroxy gas.
You can see the grey waterreservoir and bubbler in one.
The clear bubbler is made to have Turpentine inside. Not water.

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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #46 on: October 08, 2008, 22:55:10 pm »
How long can you run the cell at 8L pr min with out over heating it, what MMW can you get at 8L ?

Going to be fun to see how the engine run from it, good luck


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Re: Plate cell by stevie1001
« Reply #47 on: October 08, 2008, 23:41:58 pm »
How long can you run the cell at 8L pr min with out over heating it, what MMW can you get at 8L ?

Going to be fun to see how the engine run from it, good luck


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i ll get 8 litre with around 1000watts. My trafo cannot deliver more, otherwise it will burn.
The cell gets hot. Sure. But it ran for half an hour on that productionrate.

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