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Projects by members => Projects by members => warj1990 => Topic started by: warj1990 on July 18, 2011, 06:24:41 am

I know my topics run together and lots of data gets mixed into the topics. I hate to post a new topic for each test  as one test leads to the next. So the topic turns into background data leading to the next area.
At this point I am looking into 2 areas.
1. natural water resistance with water flowing through it, seeing the resistance change as the water flows vs not flowing.
For this I need to build a new cell or modify my current cell. I am thinking a new cell that is 3 inches long as Meyer has mentioned in the past.
2. At what point does a larger surface area = the"moving" water resistance.
It has been shown larger surface area allows more current flow, lower resistance.
Does a larger surface area and moving water = even lower resistance?
What would it take to build the best, or "most efficient", cell at this point? Lowest resistance cell?

Lets say I build a cell that is big enough to draw 100 amps at 1.3 volts.
Would this be enough to run a car, or more so several cells run a car. (cell 0.013 ohms)
What I am looking at is this: 100 amps worth of gas production for 130 watts of power.
At what input power, lowest volts highest amps, does this system need to be to run a car?
in the above example would 10 run a car, with 1130 watts total now...
If the cell size did not matter, 4 ft by 3 ft cells can I get a large current reaction at such low voltages.
Trying to find a target resistance in the cell at low voltage.