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adys15:

--- Quote from: TonyWoodside on December 30, 2012, 00:22:54 am ---The Steam Resonator is simply based on AC power. I've tested this many times by inputting up to 120V mains power @ less than 1A into my cell. The water will become super heated within mins. Stan achieved these same results by alternating pulsed DC. I've built a simple circuit that would do just this to super heat the water and it works!

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You pulsed the mains voltage with a scr?and using your pulsing crkt?Stans diagram is confusing,is using 2  step up transformers? and 4 signals?

stanmeyerlives:
This looks good on paper, but once built, it does not work.
I believe Tony has even admitted it did not work before unless I am wrong..

All applying AC household current to a cell will do is cause an arc or throw a breaker...

geon:

--- Quote from: stanmeyerlives on December 30, 2012, 23:46:10 pm ---This looks good on paper, but once built, it does not work.
I believe Tony has even admitted it did not work before unless I am wrong..

All applying AC household current to a cell will do is cause an arc or throw a breaker...

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There is a difference between household AC and AC generated from DC.. :)

stanmeyerlives:
http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,2292.msg22367.html#msg22367

I rest my case. Lets not waste time with what does not work, lets work on what does!

TonyWoodside:
I have done lots of testing since that post and I have got it to heat the water. I omitted the 220 ohm resistors and replaced them with jumper wires. I also had to use higher voltages other than 12VDC to get it to work, but like I said Stan's theory still holds!

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