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water injector tests
« on: June 06, 2009, 15:59:43 pm »
Hi,

Here some pics and videos of me playing with pulses HV.
First an empty cavity, then i fill it up with water.
One pulse and boom, all the water is gone.
Sadly enough, not all the water is vapourized, but just blown away.... :'(

Steve
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Water injector test
« Reply #1 on: July 08, 2009, 23:50:06 pm »
This test was done with my modified sparkplug.
It is mounted in a medical casing that hold a plunjer.
I put some drops of water on top of the sparkplug and put the plunjer in the casing.

Without the plunjer,  i notice the effect of  blowing the water up and away of the plug.
With the punjer, the whole situation is different.
As you all can see, there is NO big bang. No water jumping of the plug.

It doesnt matter if i try first a little gasforming, before i hit it with the HV.
The effect is clear. The water vapourizes. Expands as expected.
The plunjer goes up, which is nice. The plunjer is not easy to move by hand!

Same test is also done with a drop of petrol. The plunjer moves quicker upwards and removes itself from the casing.

My conclusions from this test:
Stanley meyer could have run a steam machine.......:-)

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #2 on: July 09, 2009, 00:07:33 am »
looks good, if you can make that expand the size of a cylinder, hook it up to an engine! maybe you need more power into the sparkplug
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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #3 on: July 09, 2009, 09:16:03 am »
looks good, if you can make that expand the size of a cylinder, hook it up to an engine! maybe you need more power into the sparkplug

The force that pulls and sucks in this test was pretty strong. However, i have my doubts on the speed......

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #4 on: July 09, 2009, 13:53:44 pm »
cool experiments Steve,
try to create an explosion inside the spuit [syringe] with a single pulse or a single pulseburst
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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #5 on: September 15, 2009, 15:03:42 pm »
question to all about the water injector,

i have been thinking a little about the injectors lately and i think i have a interesting idea that may have not been noticed or mentioned.. Stans setup had the water mixing with the non combustable exhaust, and high energy state ambient air... once mixed they would be pumped through a constant displacement pump into whats called the fluid manifold then is gated into the injectors from there... if  we know that heat creates a higher efficiency in production..  could this fluid manifold be a spot for the heating of fuel gas before entering the injectors? since wouldn't Stan look for every aspect to combine and create the most effective process.. i see him incorporating the manifold in the or by the exhaust to help conserve wasted thermal heat in the process

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #6 on: September 15, 2009, 16:18:35 pm »
Good point, also, when you pressurize something, the temperature will (possibly) rise. There is a direct relationship between Pressure, Temperature, and Volume.

As I learned it the equation was called the Ideal Gas Law, PV=nRT, Pressure * Volume = n(moles) * R (Gas Law Constant) * Temperature

So think about whats happening to those things in the system.

However, Stan does use an exhaust gas cooler... to some degree, not sure the output temperature

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Re: water injector tests
« Reply #7 on: September 15, 2009, 16:50:42 pm »
I dont want to sound boring here, but please read what you wrote:
Water heating by exhaust gasses.....

Doesnt that ring ANY bells here?
What happens when you heat up water with exhaust heat (1112F or 600C)......
What does happens when that heat is RED hot from exhaust? (Infrared radiation)

The word GEET is written all over, is it.... ;)
Water turns into H and O instantly.

Steve