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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 20, 2018, 14:21:54 pm »
other video

300v ac at 340hz

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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 20, 2018, 14:17:46 pm »
ok, i had some minutes left to go thru his channel.



800 volt ac at 1 khz
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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 20, 2018, 14:11:41 pm »
You are right here.
I tried this for a first test and there is no way you get the primary coil charged with pulsed 18 or even 32 volts...

But still, the setup has something similar to Bob Boys system.
The magnet pulses of the secondairy after the spark, you find back on the primary .
So, pulsed dc with spikes....
I am somehow sure that the dude of that video must also have a video of him modifying that alternator.
Otherwise my suggetion is to go modify the primary of that MOT with less windings, so it can handle the higher frequencys and lower input voltage.....

cheers


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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 20, 2018, 06:22:01 am »
Another issue I have with his 18 V. claim is that the light bulb is rated for mains voltage.  With capacitive coupling, the bulb is only getting what is fed to the tubes. His generator is a modified washing machine motor and is probably putting out 250 Volts.
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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 20, 2018, 04:33:22 am »
That's a really good video, Steve; thanks for posting it.

He says the generator puts out 18 Volts, so the rectified pulses from one of the phases is passed through the MOT's primary, to feed the cell.  (May as well use a battery charger for testing) .  The part I don't get is how a 10 times step-up transformer can fire a spark plug with 18 V. on the primary?  Perhaps a really close spark gap.  And there's no hv diode, BUT the MOT's secondary circuit is a closed loop.  Firing the spark plug may affect the transformer's operation momentarily, but no hv is going to the cell.

The wire coming straight down to the top of the cell allows the wire's magnetic field to pull the bubbles inwards as they rise.  This likely causes the cell to output at least some amount of the less energetic Orthohydrogen.  That's good for bonding with turpentine vapor, but alternate wiring approach angles might be advisable.
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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 19, 2018, 00:21:31 am »
well i got some time to check it out anyone interested in giving me a circuit diagram?  not clear on a couple of things, back of napkin stuff
kb
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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 17, 2018, 21:43:14 pm »
i agree....

Look what this man is doing with his electron extraction setup.
I downloaded it from youtube...
Its actually amazing....

Steve
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J. Miller / Re: Stanley Meyer Japanese Patent Index Sutanrii Ei Meiyaa
« Last post by Hidden on April 17, 2018, 08:45:25 am »
still funny that nobody has those documents, or want to share them...
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J. Miller / Re: Stanley Meyer Japanese Patent Index Sutanrii Ei Meiyaa
« Last post by Hidden on April 17, 2018, 08:44:26 am »
i cannot read japanese....
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General Discussion / Re: 6watts and 8 liters HHO per minute...........
« Last post by Hidden on April 17, 2018, 06:10:31 am »
In this video Stan discusses energy from Hydrogen so it's not the same thing as the Oxygen from his cold fusion patent.  The thing I liked was the rubber band analogy, where stretching it causes it to heat up, the same as the electron bonds.  I know this heating does happen because of the way epoxy heats up severely when stirred just before it cures.  The wfc stays cool and that proves the electron extraction circuit is working.  There is a lot of sub quantum energy available from Hydrogen, and when released, this energy is replenished by the sun.
 
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