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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #16 on: December 05, 2007, 11:24:40 am »
here is the circuit i am using.

stevie,,,, i hope you caught the flaw in the circuit i give you today? oops

Hi Hydro,

I am still getting all the materials together to build.
I just had a question about the alterator hooked up to the circuit.

You show just a single circuit hooked up to the alternator and then to the cell, have you tried with the doubler circuit? and are you not using the chokes now?

I was also thinking you could try stepping up the voltage after the alternator to see if it provides better output.  A simple circuit can step up the voltage from 12V to 10,000V if needed.  High voltage has strange effects on water.

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Shodan

BTW great job with the alternator results.

Good question.
I will give you a good answer.
In our tests with electronics and trafo's we found out that with not isolated tubes, you never ever can use high voltages ,like Kv's.
In our current setup we still havent add any chokes/coils. Remember, the output of the alternator has some specific elements in it. Like volts, amps, harmonics and spikes
The results with our setup are great. We have more gas then we need.
The point is that with the coctail of signals coming out the alternator, you proberly dont need extra coils.
Now, we are trying to create a non moving alternator setup.

My advise: buy yourself an alternator and a drivermotor. Hook them up to your wfc and see for yourself.
The alternator is selfsustaining.

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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #17 on: December 05, 2007, 21:49:22 pm »
Hi Stevie,

Thanks for the reply.

I am going to head to the wrecking yards this weekend to see if I can get a cheap alternator
I have an old pedestal drill which is broken but the motor is still good so I will use that as my drive motor

Hopefully I will have it all up and running before the end of the year.

Regards,

Shodan

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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #18 on: December 05, 2007, 23:35:11 pm »
try to leave the diodes inside the alternator, the internal fan will keep them cool. test each diode.

if you cant keep the diodes inside the case you will need a way to cool them. we will show you guy's how to hook the diodes soon.

your alternator should have a small vbelt pulley, and driver motor pulley should be 5 to 6 inches in diameter.

factory says alternators fly apart at over 3000 rpm's, i am not sure. so take caution.

i will be back soon.

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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #19 on: December 09, 2007, 18:15:38 pm »
hi   there is a guy on you tube called chrispcrunchy..he talks about deutrium oxide that is present in water   but more in snow and hail as it is also ionoised from the atmosphere and frozen   ..he states palladium cathode and platinum   .he is willing to pass his knowledge on as he has to me   when i have triggered his attention to my theories...so just placing my ideas   with those that know more about electronics   as i am struggling with that side.....harmonics...he has tried to simplify harmonic theory by telling me   meyer is using the frequency generator to act in co  hoots with the alternator   that then makes the third frequency to the water  as the natural capacitor in an    ac  steam/water injector    please  go to his site (no interest matters on my side .just trying to get ideas passed on to others)   melvin  and that is my real name !

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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #20 on: December 09, 2007, 19:40:05 pm »
i've seen the vidoes. he uses salt! he also talks about frequencies etc,,, i have tried to contact him several times and he just will not talk to me at all. i feel he is another ravi.

what he did in them videos can not be done with ordanary water.

he is a member at a private site that i am also a member of, i've seen his post and have read about how he did it, but why he would not take time to even say hello to me is just a nose snurl. i'd rather not use salt or thousands of volts anyways because it don't work.

besides, you know what salt water would do to an engine over a small periode of time?

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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #21 on: December 10, 2007, 03:37:39 am »


factory says alternators fly apart at over 3000 rpm's, i am not sure. so take caution.


Methinks that would be 30,000 rpm, as 3000 is idle speed given pully sizes in stock setup

Turtle


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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #22 on: December 17, 2007, 09:54:23 am »
thank you for correcting me on that turtle, it makes much more sense now lol. my motor is around 3k rpm's and the way i have it geared it must be getting clost to 3k, so i assume 3k is what i run at.
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Re: Understanding And Creating
« Reply #23 on: January 12, 2008, 22:36:42 pm »
New here,

I read in an earlier post in this thread about a frequency within a frequency.  Any ideas on this:


-Kevin