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##### Hip Hip Hoera!!!!!!! Just beated Mr. Faradays law on electrolysis!!!
« Reply #64 on: August 08, 2010, 20:27:19 pm »
So, the new setup is current leakage free.
After 15 minutes, the cell beated the law of electrolysis of mr. Faraday.

I did a 103%!!!!!!!

1,5 litres of HHO every 12 seconds with use of 172V and 6 amps equals 3 % more then Mr. Faraday said could be done.

102 plates = 101 cells
172V/101=1,7V per cell.

I feel like a million dollars right now.

Steve

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« Reply #65 on: August 08, 2010, 20:35:50 pm »
Yes!!!!!

Congratulations...

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##### Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #66 on: August 08, 2010, 20:36:41 pm »
congrats Steve!

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##### Re: Hip Hip Hoera!!!!!!! Just beated Mr. Faradays law on electrolysis!!!
« Reply #67 on: August 08, 2010, 20:46:02 pm »
So, the new setup is current leakage free.
After 15 minutes, the cell beated the law of electrolysis of mr. Faraday.

I did a 103%!!!!!!!

1,5 litres of HHO every 12 seconds with use of 172V and 6 amps equals 3 % more then Mr. Faraday said could be done.

102 plates = 101 cells
172V/101=1,7V per cell.

I feel like a million dollars right now.

Steve
good job i calculated 109%! i'm looking forward to your generator results

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##### Re: Hip Hip Hoera!!!!!!! Just beated Mr. Faradays law on electrolysis!!!
« Reply #68 on: August 08, 2010, 20:49:09 pm »
So, the new setup is current leakage free.
After 15 minutes, the cell beated the law of electrolysis of mr. Faraday.

I did a 103%!!!!!!!

1,5 litres of HHO every 12 seconds with use of 172V and 6 amps equals 3 % more then Mr. Faraday said could be done.

102 plates = 101 cells
172V/101=1,7V per cell.

I feel like a million dollars right now.

Steve
good job i calculated 109%! i'm looking forward to your generator results

Thanks guy's!

I like your calculation better, Haithar

Steve

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##### Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #69 on: August 08, 2010, 21:03:35 pm »
too bad the ice-generator is only 30% efficient or worse

what Steve needs is a way to convert hydrogen to electricity 100% efficiently

steam turbines can be around 97% efficient...

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##### Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #70 on: August 09, 2010, 04:34:16 am »
Hello Steve

You should consider the temperature of the gas because of the law of ideal gases witch states that if you raise the temperature of a gas it will expand proportionally if the container allow it to expand otherwise it will develop pressure.

+-55Amps at 1,24 v  should give you something like 33liters of gas

Another thing you should consider is the temperature that faraday had. If i'm not wrong it was 0°. So you can conclude that probably you have there around 72% efficiency.

A good way for you to clearly see the efficiency is to check the voltage between each cell.

You said around 1.7 volts so:

1/ (1,7 / 1,24) = 72%

If you have 6 amps and 101 cells you have equivalently 606 amps at 1,7 amps so this could give you around 365 liters of gas h2+02 in one hour or about 6 liters per minute... Anyway you need more than 1kw to run this beast!

Try using freezing water to check the liters per minute this way you will be closer to the reality...

Don't forget If you get over 300% efficiency with all this calculations than make a big party =)

Best Regards
Fabio

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##### Re: 102 plates drycell
« Reply #71 on: August 09, 2010, 12:29:29 pm »
Faradays does only say something about the amount of substance created by a specific charge, the efficiency calculated by faradays law has nothing do to with voltage.

A month ago i was programming a software which would compute the efficiency of a HHO cell when fed with voltage, current and gas output but i realized that this values are absolutely worthless. the voltage needed for electrolysis is 1.23V + an additional voltage, which varies with material, temperature, current density on the electrodes, water type, ...
1.7V could be the minimum needed voltage, who knows..
The only hard fact one can get is the charge in vs. the gas out.
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