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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #24 on: July 21, 2009, 06:12:55 am »
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #25 on: July 21, 2009, 07:04:16 am »
hi Warp no Gemini
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« Reply #26 on: July 21, 2009, 07:41:39 am »
From my understandings, you hold more knowledge than I. I have learned Nobody can follow me, I also find it hard to follow you, I am surprised to see this. It would be a privilege to see you continue your work. I'll watch, and try and keep up.

There's something about you, I got that feeling about Stan to. I've narrowed him down to being a licensed hvac tech, But he has also been threw many schools for many different things as well., Not sure of hvac with Stan, nowhere to confirm it. You're alive so I can simply ask you here, (yay) How did you get all this knowledge, What field gave you this boost if you don't mind me asking?

This time of this year, I do not have very much time to test anything. Right now I am paving the road for my future setting this tech aside, I have to become something or my future will be dim. So I understand your Time issue about not being able to do this 24/7. It will be at least 2 years before I can go hard core, Meanwhile I will gain knowledge, test with what little time I have to do so, and hope.

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« Reply #27 on: July 23, 2009, 10:31:22 am »
HRMM...... HIS COMPUTER MUST BE BROKEN AGAIN

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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #28 on: July 24, 2009, 01:29:21 am »


    Hi Warp
                       Air 78% Nirogen. 15%Oxygen , then there is water H2O , this contains Hydrogen and Oxgen.
 
One litre of water by volume as you should know, is 66.666%Hydrogen, 33.333%Oxygen
Nitrogen is an inert gas,  but is used to form a plasma arc
 
The     Tadahiko Mizumo , and Molliner  used the principal of creating an arc under water, the WW2 diver and most other divers when welding underwater are doing the same thing.
 Tadahiko Mizumo , and Molliner  are going to all the trouble to separate and collect the hydrogen.
Well to me I have a different approach, WHY BOTHER TO COLLECT IT so imagine doing that but all the gasses come out and are ignighted.
Now one litre of water as you should already know contains as above percentages, equates to 2065lts in total of the combined mixture.
Now we have fuel, Hydrogen, you need Oxygen for it to burn, we have that, the Nitrogen is use to form a plasma, ignition.   Woosh you have 2065ltrs of flaming gas for every litre you put though, at 12 ltrs a min even at a conservative estimate at 180 or 219btu per cubic foot is still a lot 3Mega Watts of heat energy, but if it is what we think it may be a lot more by far.
BUT IT IS NOT HYDROXCY as you see from the documentation, at 3,700deg C water goes 'ballistic' for want of a better word, but it enter theforth state of matter[/color[/color]
The plasma is at any where from 10 to 50,000deg Kelvin
Well maybe you may see what I mean.
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Great work aussepom...
 
 after my failures with the alternator setup this has got my interest again.
 
 Can you lemme know how to mix water with compressed air? Or any one else who knows something about mixing compressed air with water like a spray paint mixer?
 
  I have access to an air compressor and a plasma torch power supply...this should not be  that difficult for me to try out.
 
 Is there anything i can buy off the shelf , cause I want to create a steady state of pressurized water mist first....before messing with the power supply.
 
 thanks
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #29 on: July 31, 2009, 07:24:13 am »
Hello aussepom

came upon this post while searching for oz injector on google.

http://www.ideaconnection.com/funding-requests/11478-Oz-Injector.html


Was wondering if you have come across this.

http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-63013523.html

http://www.fandmmag.com/print/Fabricating-and-Metalworking/MOVING-TOWARDS-A-BETTER-WORKPLACE/1$3340

http://www.thermadyne.com/IM_Uploads/DocLib_2057_WMS.pdf


Looks like these guys are doing something similar to what you already are doing...the only difference is they are using nitrogen as shielding gas and using a custom nozzle to mix it with water while you are just using compressed air + water mix as the plasma carrier.

End product they claim is water after water mist breaks down to hho and then recombines.

How much power does your set up consume when generating the bunsen burner flame?

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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #30 on: July 31, 2009, 11:38:02 am »
He hasn't logged in since the 27th, so givem time i guess?

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« Reply #31 on: July 31, 2009, 15:06:02 pm »
I read a while back, on another site, where a guy was testing plasma spark in a cylinder, watching through a heavy clear panel, to see what was happening.

  He would put 100 pounds of air pressure in the cylinder, and then, fire it with the spark plug. He was simulating an engine cylinder, under compression.

  He was using "dry" air, from a painters compressor, that had a dryer in the intake to the tank.

  One day, the painter was gone, so, the guy used the standard shop compressor. After the 100 pounds of pressure, he fired it off, and blew the clear panel completely off the cylinder. Scared the hell out of him, and, he couldn't hear for several days.

  Looks to me like, not a LOT of water mist is necessary ???

  Isn't this statement similar to Hydrocars statement, "it doesn't take volumes of gas to run an engine" ???