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Re: The Water Fuel Injector: How he ran his car on water...
« Reply #24 on: October 23, 2008, 22:01:50 pm »
here this is a much better example...see how the amp consuming device is placed on the postive connection......on your setup the inside is positive while the housing is negative....meyers had this reversed and i guess that could have led to confusion when you hooked it up.

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« Reply #25 on: October 23, 2008, 22:10:00 pm »
and one last good photo
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« Reply #26 on: October 25, 2008, 19:02:24 pm »
Why are you using the outside as negative, while stan draws in the tech brief the inner tube as negative?

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« Reply #27 on: November 11, 2008, 02:05:15 am »

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« Reply #28 on: November 11, 2008, 10:40:23 am »

Impressive vids of Chris. As far as i understand the plasma systems, is that it is rather difficult to get a stable spark and that the electrodes are consumed on a very fast way.

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« Reply #29 on: December 08, 2009, 17:28:34 pm »
Lol, thank you.

Ok.

First we look at point No.1:
I am using two plug main power inputs, one for the boiler and one to power the Ioniser.

Point No.2:
This is a power supply I have, it is DC 13.5v @ 6 amps, so it is an 80 watt power supply. There is no pulsed frequency in the output voltage; it is at the moment fitted with a 1A fuse.

Point No3:
This is the Frequency Generator that I have built, it is the circuit by Mr Lawton, his theories don’t apply, I am using the Frequency Generator differently, and there are some major modifications.
The Frequency Generator supplies a stable frequency that is adjustable and gate enabled.

Point No.4:
This is the Flyback transformer supplying 50kv to the High Frequency Inductors.
It is resonant but will not be driven in a resonant state, so the output voltage will be cut indefinitely.
It has a Ferrite core, and is a miniature Tesla Coil.

Point No.5:
These are the two large Blocking Diodes that keep the circuit running on Direct Currant allowing it to charge and resonate with the capacitor, or Water Fuel Injector.

Point No.6:
This is the Electron Extractor, in place to consume the electrons dislodged by the Ionisation process. This stops the Electrons stabilising the water molecule again.

Point No.7:
These are the High Frequency Inductors, They are wound on a ferrite core, the wire is 0.35mm and there are 500-1000 winds on each core.
The purpose of which is to restrict amperage from getting to the Injector and water molecule.
Conventional electrolysis uses electrons to feed into the water bath. We are restricting those amperes or electrons so that we can – Destabilise, Energise and Ionise the Water Molecule.
They accomplish this by a simple RF Schoolbook process.
‘When a High frequency charge of electricity meets a large inductor, the amps are “Choked” but the voltage continues’. This, too, causes RLC resonance to take place causing voltages “beyond applied voltage level”, thus generating the voltages necessary to sustain the Ionisation process.

Point No.8:
This is the boiler, I have striped the hating element from a normal kettle and housed it in a SS cylinder that holds a relatively small amount of water, there the Heater is turned on to generate steam to thus be turned into Thermal Explosive Energy.

Point No. 9:
That is just the pipe that carries the Steam to the Ioniser.

Point No. 10:
I will go into the construction of it in greater detail later, but that is the Ioniser Itself, it just screws onto the tube that feeds the Steam to it.

As of not I will not build the Laser Injector as I feel this is not Paramount to the process,,,

This is an important piece of work. Where are you with this project? The setup is similar to a fluorescent tube or neon tube, the gas in this case is the steam. I believe this is where the high voltage is applicable and not the liquid water.

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Re: The Water Fuel Injector: How he ran his car on water...
« Reply #30 on: December 10, 2009, 01:41:46 am »
http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=iCp7AAAAEBAJ&dq=7125480+b2

http://www.google.com/patents/about?id=OBPJAAAAEBAJ&dq=7125480+b2

A thermos flask comes to mind if you are looking for a reflective container to but a UV bulb in.
Commercially available UV Water purifiers come in reflective tubes.

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