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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #48 on: August 20, 2009, 05:59:56 am »
Hi Dynodon
                           not sure what you mean, I did not say any thing about linking up with carbons? that as you say is the whole point 'no carbons'.
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #49 on: August 20, 2009, 06:07:30 am »
Hi Dynodon
                           not sure what you mean, I did not say any thing about linking up with carbons? that as you say is the whole point 'no carbons'.
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Aussepom , does this thing make steam ?
 
What if you took that steam and put it through a hv field , can we  turn steam in HHO and re-run another motor ?

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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #50 on: August 20, 2009, 13:30:23 pm »
Hi Danki
                      Well that is a debatable point, if in you mix the only ingredients, are  water and a little air, the int would be steam, but not just steam, if water goes past super critical water, it is normally in a confined pipe or cylinder, and providing that there is no air in the water the pressure will be extremely high.  if it is steam then at the  temperature of 374deg C it be comes super critical steam, this to will be at a very high pressure, this pressure can be got from steam tables. How ever this is at low pressure and not confined, and then goes though a change of state due to the high temperature that it is passed though. this causes a very rapid expansion, and in creases the velocity, to me this then forces the water /air mix, into the 4th state of water, into plasma.  as far as I know, above 700 deg C the water or steam whatever starts to changing, some where after 2,800degsC water/steam fully disassociates. if it is then in temperatures after 4,000deg C it starts going into a plasma. If water is fed into this it will continually 'burn' with little or no extra help.
I will not debate this or keep a whole lot of theories going, not on this thread, but this is the aim and object of the 'Oz Injector' to get it running in a steady state at this 'plasma' level.
I have shown that it is possible, many of the 'normal thinking engineers and others' will say different. The next thing is to try and get some calorific values and some more steady reliable stats.
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #51 on: August 22, 2009, 01:19:00 am »
Sorry Aussepom,I was responding to Outlast's post.

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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #52 on: October 16, 2009, 13:25:32 pm »
Hi guy I have been busy, off to China shortly and then to the USA if thigs go ok, it seems the job over there is in LA, and also Colorardo some where. more on this later.
Have any of you go a use for 'Cold Plasma' at the moment it seems that is what I have, but I will have to do some modifications to get a 'hot plasma'.
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #53 on: October 20, 2009, 11:47:08 am »
hi
         update, these guys change there mind faster than the weather, the first job seems to be in Philadelphia, first I will keep you posted
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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #54 on: October 20, 2009, 13:36:05 pm »
hi
         update, these guys change there mind faster than the weather, the first job seems to be in Philadelphia, first I will keep you posted
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Ok, Aussepom. Good luck with the job hunt!

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Re: oz injector goes public
« Reply #55 on: February 03, 2010, 14:54:11 pm »
Hi guys    well I will be showing you some enlightening pics and an explanation why the Oz Injector’ or the now new ‘energy conversion unit’  I will explain another day, I have had to redo my computer and lost most of my passwords to get in any where, and now I have to re load windows again, my son a computer guy, has said it could take up to four goes before you get a ‘clean’ one as he calls it.
So look out for some fun shots, I showed the at our group Tuesday and it seems that no one to play with the stuff now,  why well it about Murphy’s law, and things go wrong.
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