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Stanley Meyer Demonstration Cells
« on: April 19, 2014, 07:56:31 am »
Stanley Meyer produced a number of different configurations of water fuel cells in the earlier
developmental phase of experimentation.  Several Tubular Cluster Array units were constructed
with one Tubular Cluster Array demonstration unit being used to show the US Patent Office his devce
under section 101 of the patent  laws to ultimately gain patent(s)


The various configurations include the following:

1.  Tubular Cluster Array                                 ref Exhibit E2 IITER p 28
2.  Variable Spacing Cell                                 ref Exhibit E1 IITER p 27
3   Spherical Resonant Cavity (new image)     plate 826 "Meyer's Secrets" release date tba by author
4.  Tubular Resonant Cavity                            plate  827 "Meyers Secrets"

The tubular cluster array is pehaps Stanley Meyer's most well known  HHO cell. It is seen in the video "It Runs on Water"  and
also in a video in which Stanley Meyer and Charlie Holbrook are demonstrating the cell powering a dune buggy in the backyard
of Stan's Grove City laboratory.

The Variable Spacing cell is not as well known, but can be seen in one of the videos made by Dynodon.

 The purpose of constructing this cell was to determine the effect of varying the distance between plates and resulting differences in gas production. On page 27 of the 1995 edition of the International Independent Test Evaluation Report  (IITER) a diagram of this configuration is provided.

The Spherical Resonant Cavity Cell is even less well known than the above two configurations. Two copyrighted images from an
e-book by Good News Productions are provided by the author as attachments with all rights reserved including reposting .It is
provided as a courtesy to ionzationx members for the work that the Stanley Meyer Archiver Group has been doing on the 1990
hoard. Other images of the cell in also found in an earlier WFC Bulletin as well as in the Dealership Sales #1 with Buggy Runs
video

A fourth configuration has be been described  and is known as the Tubular Resonant Cavity cell. I believe the
attached image may be the only one available on the internet. (c)2014 Good News Productions posted with permission

Thanks to arkiver4hho for assistance given as well as others for guidance to new materials.

see attached images
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Re: Stanley Meyer Demonstration Cells
« Reply #1 on: April 19, 2014, 08:20:29 am »
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Re: Stanley Meyer Demonstration Cells
« Reply #2 on: April 19, 2014, 10:09:27 am »
What dont you understand, Geon?

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Re: Stanley Meyer Demonstration Cells
« Reply #3 on: April 19, 2014, 10:14:56 am »
the parallel plate why did he use it? if you want to maximize surface area in a given volume then a sphere or a cylinder is the best option .
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Re: Stanley Meyer Demonstration Cells
« Reply #4 on: April 21, 2014, 16:21:33 pm »
the parallel plate why did he use it? if you want to maximize surface area in a given volume then a sphere or a cylinder is the best option .

if you look in Stans docs, he is pointing out that distance matters of electrodes...
Maybe maybe maybe, he is telling us that you should use more distance between plates with his high voltage setup.
If you look at other inventors with similar techno, more space has been used...

cheers!
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