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Re: stevie1001 tubecell: 107% compared to Faraday!!
« Reply #72 on: March 20, 2009, 23:40:37 pm »
Well,

New setup of the tubes: pairs of 2 in serie

Tapwater and  NOAH
Volt: 5
Amps: 9.67 amps
Watts: 48
LPM: 0.37
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 2.2
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 454
Percentage compared to Faraday : 107%

Stevie
You can make electronics that use the scheme when their experiments?
With regard to fixing of pipes have a suggestion to fix them with needles to reduce the area of contact with the exterior design, it will provide a more stable result of resonance.

Thank you fenedev for your suggestions with the needles.
However, in this test, i used strait  DC and no other circuit-tricks at all.
Do you want me to make a drawing for you?

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell: 107% compared to Faraday!!
« Reply #73 on: March 23, 2009, 08:17:46 am »
Thank you fenedev for your suggestions with the needles.
Do you want me to make a drawing for you?
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The idea is that the mounting tube was involved minimal contact area. This method is used for musical instruments that allow the pipes to sound quite differently (in a different tone).

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell for sale!!
« Reply #74 on: June 19, 2010, 23:03:25 pm »
I want to sell my 10 tube Stanley meyer based tubecell .

Its build with 316 SS tubes.
The whole build can be seen in this topic.

Please send me an offer by Personal message if you are interested.

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Steve