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Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« on: May 29, 2009, 11:08:56 am »
@Everyone, this is extremely important so that you don´t waste your time and money. I am more than 95% convinced Stan used Piezo bolts and the concept is very easy. Acoustic resonance in the cylinders(inner one included) when the water molecules are polarized is key to phenomenal results. It is just a repeat action from Keely, Puharich etc.

So please go read this thread and consider everything: http://forums.ec.europa.eu/debateeurope/viewtopic.php?t=6103&start=15&sid=f19116ea9b6332136c5df09fbf181743

Then buy trnsducers and attach them to the pipes and see what happens. Calculate the acoustic resonance point and prioritize that one over the electric resonance point. I am sure stuff will happen.

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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2009, 15:19:16 pm »
Sounds good, but now in practisch.
Do those piezo bolts really excists?
I never seen those. However, its worth a try.
Even if it was to rule out the possibility, is it.

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Does anyone have such a bolts?

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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2009, 20:15:27 pm »
Here you got the full picture: http://www.kodasplace.com/more/watermotors.html



Now this is pretty darn good news.... ;D

Just go get a fat piezo who resists 2 kV and shake the inner cylinder.

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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #3 on: May 30, 2009, 02:55:56 am »
nah , I dont think so ...

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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #4 on: May 30, 2009, 20:53:00 pm »
A Piezo can withstand 2 kV per mm and normally max 3(!) mAmps so if you need to input alot of Watts you need a massive resistance in the coil(SS)........ Low burst freq can be achieved since the crystal self resonates a long time after the last pulse. Thick crystal means low freq so that is why 2 kHz probably is how high you can go if you need lots of input. Later Stan used up to 40 smaller crystals to increase the input and output.


It all adds up phenomenally well. Go shake the inner cylinder. Key must be to get a 1D shake to get maximum efficiency by a standing wave inside for a long time...

Those who don´t know or want to learn about crystals, well you are missing something here - for sure - and I am no MIB......

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« Reply #5 on: May 31, 2009, 03:37:02 am »
ok maybe , it has merit .

Too much foir me tho , too high tech .

I dont know much about crystals ...


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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #6 on: May 31, 2009, 04:08:48 am »
Doesn't  follow KISS principles!

This is a distraction, we are close!

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Re: Piezo bolts and acoustic resonance - IMPORTANT...
« Reply #7 on: May 31, 2009, 09:02:49 am »
A sound wave is pretty much simpler than a HV "wave"...

Anyway, keep doing the injector and VIC, the Piezo will be easy to get when the other stuff is finished.