Hi KB,

I made a calculation for you:

Liters: 1,5

Seconds: 15

Volts: 13,2

Amps: 49

LPM: 6

Watts: 646,8

Wh/L: 1,8

mL/W/h: 556,59

Percentage compared to Faraday: **130,9%**

That is impressive!

I ll gues you used some additives in your cell.

Can you publish some pictures?

Br

Steve

you cant go by farraday, comparing your output to what farraday says means nothing, the only way it would mean something is if you used the same fuel cell farraday used, if you use the cell he used then you can use his math, till then you have to use common math and common sense, farraday can produced 1 liter using 2.4 watts, farraday did this with his cell, if he was to use yours things would change.

don't apply farraday with an additive, and don't apply farraday to a cell that farraday did not base his measurements on, also do not apply farraday to Pulsed dc because farradays law with hydrogen is for his cell using pure dc. when you use pulsed things change.

the resistance, conductance, and capacitance of the cell all changes per different cell, farraday cant be applied to some cell out there you have.

if you want to calculate how efficient you are you must turn your gas and oxygen into watts, then you compare the amount of gas in watts you produce to what you put in, this will give you a percentage of what you have done.