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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #104 on: August 03, 2011, 22:30:37 pm »
Cool!(pun intended)

I do see where you are going with this Steve, and I think it could be a good view of it all. It could work with enough compression and heat. But with plain HHO, we have more of a problem of generating enough heat. How can we fix that problem? Pre-combustion fuel ionization?

You see, even with electrolysis, I always found it wasn't that hard to produce enough HHO to run a motor. It was never an issue of quantity, it was more about torque and power. Which keeps driving me back to why it is paramount that electrons are "extracted" from the fuel mixture. It blatantly seems obvious to me, that the only way this could be a possibilty, would be to harness the atomic energy of the atoms. Like snapping a tiny atomic rubber band!

So, could it be that simply making an "electron extraction" device could do the trick? Can we easily make the incoming air electron deficient? How will the the positively charged air react with HHO and water?

First, i think your reaction is on the wrong topic?
Should i move it?

Secondly, i have been involved in that discussion on Aarons forum about creating ammonia out of hho and air.
Edward Mitchel aka h2opower was a member here as well.
Oneminds text also speaks lots of sense.
However, nobody confirmed anything from testing, except me.
I do hope that we get one day more testers.

Again, i can confirm that an ionizer of ambient air does add power and torq.
Did that with my motorbike, running on hho only.

I havent test the ionizer with after that some kind of EEC.
But i have seen interesting effects of ionizing air......

Thats what Meyer did.
And it works.
I havent had the plesure to add waterdrops in the same tests....
The bike is gone. Only motor left here is a small power genset.
But doesnt run so well as a 4 cylinder bike engine.
Again a budget issue.


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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #105 on: August 03, 2011, 22:45:05 pm »
I just noticed something about a drawing I was looking at for an illustration. The way that it is drawn is confusing, making it look connected where it shouldn't be. I took the liberty of dividing the two, have a look...


The fist image is correct. The exhaust and ionized gases are mixed with water in the chamber and then sent through a check valve and on to the injectors.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #106 on: August 04, 2011, 02:52:08 am »
Sorry, wrong thread... I removed the posts.

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Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
« Reply #107 on: August 12, 2011, 02:01:30 am »
I think we should build a working vic first:  ;D
 
 
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    Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
    « Reply #108 on: August 12, 2011, 02:36:18 am »
    already have a working VIC and thats what this thread is about is the signal that I'm getting from the VIC Transformer.

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    Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
    « Reply #109 on: August 12, 2011, 03:01:25 am »
    thats cool  ;D
     
    Well anything other than a squarewave in gives poor results, you get a squarewave out, more or less, with a squarewave in, i would say the potential difference out is the same as any normal transformer as far as i can tell.
     

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    Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
    « Reply #110 on: August 12, 2011, 05:57:52 am »
    In this setup a square wave in will not give u a square wave out. The VIC Transformer has a 7:1 step-up ratio and by the L1 & L2 coils being out of phase, this will make the signals 180 degrees out of phase. L1 & L2 coils also have different inductance values and when they are used with a cell capacitor, they will form a circuit similar to a Band Pass Filter circuit. L1 with the cell will act as a Low Pass filter and L2 with the cell will act as a High Pass filter.

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    Re: My Thoughts on how Meyer split water
    « Reply #111 on: August 23, 2011, 15:23:55 pm »
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    Combine it with AM signal and growing AM "beat" and we almost have it just like SM explained.
    Puharich figure shows half-wave AM, look familiar? Also looks like step-charge with the beat?

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