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« Reply #8 on: July 12, 2009, 10:05:12 am »
YES!!!!!!!
This is Atomic Hydrpgen...notice the emission spectrum...then notice how it is started. He uses a tungsten rod to arc across the gap...then the gas starts glowing. A short circuit arc is created (why Stan made the "amp inhibitor") there is then an abundance of electrons to support single atom hydrogen (Atomic, or nascent Hydrogen)

Thank you for sharing this video...!!!!

This is what Stan called "Thermal Explosive Energy"....It's incredibly hot and can be used in a heat exchanger. (ICEs are VERY inefficient heat exchangers)


Anyway, I like your progress Aussepom....glad you showed some evidence of Atomic Hydrogen's power....now maybe people will listen ;)


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« Reply #9 on: July 12, 2009, 11:23:21 am »
if this is atomic hydrogen, aussepom must look like this ->>  8)
to protect the eyes against UV if that is released.

ok aussepom, i respect that, but are you willing to give away how much power was being pulled? Just to compare with the huge flame.

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« Reply #10 on: July 12, 2009, 15:31:57 pm »
     
Hi guys
The next clip is up but it was disappointing that it did not go on longer but you learn as you go.    ::) ::) ;D ;D
 
 

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« Reply #11 on: July 12, 2009, 16:03:45 pm »
Back to the workshop aussepom . :-\

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« Reply #12 on: July 12, 2009, 22:10:55 pm »
    Hi all
 
     Well the short burst did prove some thing, it is no longer a theory, but it's now possible.
   
   I did learn a few things, main one DON'T WAVE YOUR HAND OVER THE HOLE,   :o :o :o :P   I know that I had switched it off, but a instinct reaction, some times the action is faster than the brain saying stop.
 
The power supply yes looked like a tig, but wasn't, it was a plasma cutter, WAIT I SHUT OFF SOME SAFETIES AND DONE SOME 'FIDDLEING' so don't just grab one and try it.
Now it was not the correct unit to use, ok on the small unit well sort of.
It was a DC unit fortunately I did not do to much damage to the prototype, just the $A80 electrode.  :'( :'( :'(
I may have to get another connection on the inside, but in all with the CORRECT power unit there should not be a problem.
The only one is the cost$A4-8,000, that’s out of my league.
There is another possibility, is that would be to modify the output of a DC plasma cutter supply, some of these at the moment are going for about $A600 to $A800, but the modification may cost $A300 to $A600. It would all have to be purpose made for the job, and that is if it is possible.
The other is to build a supply unit my self.
What I might do is to see if I can find a way to rebuild the little test unit so that it does not melt, this any one could build, to play around with.
Well that it for now I expect there will be many questions but hey it was a first, one thing is that it can be replicated with the full information on the build and the application.  [font=&quot]aussepom[/font]

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« Reply #13 on: July 13, 2009, 05:31:17 am »
Very Nice Aussie. From my point of view it looks like to me that you're producing about 10 liters of an hydrogen jet HHO on demand. Your Flame is Clean and Blue, and its burn rate can be Determined by the flame color and length, and size of exit hole. My guess is you're producing 1 part oxygen and 2 part hydrogen, If you was to Slow down some of the gases, kill them off and reburn them your flame temp would drop. It's possible you can sustain a slow burning flam like propan.

Here is something you may find useful. Remember to read the entire patent so you can see how it operates, Its pretty neat considering it is from the 1800's.

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« Reply #14 on: July 18, 2009, 08:00:06 am »
Hi Radiant
                          yes, if you also read up on 'metal spaying' that is another way do do this but I found that the induction type uses a lot of power, it is a totally different way of producing a 'plasma field''
I had a look at the VASMIR VX 100 and 200 vids, now that is a bit bigger one than mine, but the same type of principal. look at the flame color and the center, it looks very familiar.
see what you think.
I see that you have done some studying as well, like your thinking, have you done much experimenting?
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« Reply #15 on: July 18, 2009, 14:35:05 pm »
Hi guys did you find that interesting?
I like this bit
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However, we are now in the fortunate situation that we do possess the data of Langmuir’s findings, which
can be combined with today’s technological know-how. The obvious direction in which to look is the same
direction that seems to have been the fundamental reason for Langmuirs discoveries having been swept
under the carpet: CLEAN AND ABUNDANT ENERGY.  end quote

will people now believe that it is possible, it will not get swept under the rug this time.

if you create an arc in a high velocity air or gas stream, the air or gas will ionize, this will give you a path for current to travel, all you need then is to maintain this plasma field is to keep it running.

How ever plasma welders/cutters are only designed for shot runs at full power rating, you can get 100% if you cut the current dramatically.
So you have to come up with a way to do this.
Most machines are DC the one that is required to do the job better is was is called an AC machine,  it is not just AC like off the mains, it is an RF rated output.
I will be repairing the unit over the next two weeks and doing a modification from the data I got from the 'burn'  this should then give me a controlled start up.
I am investigating my options on another source of a power supply, but the shortage of dollars is holding things back, after two and a half years what another two or thre weeks.
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