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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #64 on: July 10, 2008, 13:02:22 pm »

 Don't  know if this will help or not, but, my book states that 1.4 volts is all that's required to break the Hydrogen from the Oxygen.  Finally found my OTHER Hydrogen book.. 

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Re: stevie1001 attemp to create the Stanley Meyer WFC
« Reply #65 on: July 19, 2008, 09:00:19 am »
1.4 volts is the theoretical minimum, and usually only obtained under lab conditions most of us plebes cain't come up with.

So little happens at that V level you'd need square miles of area to make any meaningful gas.  [good use for them nano-plates?]

2.4 to 3.2 volts is the range I work with most.   Keeps the steam to a minimum.

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell: polarisation of tubes!!!
« Reply #66 on: March 06, 2009, 00:50:19 am »
Hi,

Today i found out that the Negative is doing better on the OUTER tube instead of what Stan said.
I pulsed the cell with 25khz squarewaves.

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell
« Reply #67 on: March 13, 2009, 12:45:35 pm »
Hi

I got last week for the first time in my life NOAH.
Yes. Steve got his first chemicals.
And the best wfc to test it with was my 10 tube wfc.

The results at that time were:
Test 1 (with straight DC)
Volt : 12
Amps : 18
LPM : 0.25
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 14.40
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 69.44
Percentage compared to Faraday : 16.33%

Test 2 (with alternator)
Volt : 20
Amps : 21
LPM : 0.32
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 21.88
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 45.71
Percentage compared to Faraday : 10.75%

Now, today i ran the same wfc with tapwater and some NOAH.
Here are the results:
Volt: 5
Amps: 49
LPM: 1
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 4.08
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 245
Percentage compared to Faraday : 58%

As you can see, the 10 tube wfc of me, with the 2mm gap works best in use with NOAH.
This WFC never produced so many gas before.

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell
« Reply #68 on: March 13, 2009, 15:21:22 pm »
Very good Stevie, I'm glad you tested this.

You probably know this already but since you haven't experimented with chemicals before, here are some tips I have learned. 

For best efficiency using chemicals we need the following:

Keep voltages between electrodes under 2.6 volts. yes more voltage does make more gas, but efficiency drops.

now for the GAP: It needs to be a compromize, smaller is better, but needs to be big enouph for the gas to escape and water take its place.


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stevie1001 tubecell: 107% compared to Faraday!!
« Reply #69 on: March 13, 2009, 23:48:00 pm »
Well,

New setup of the tubes: pairs of 2 in serie

Tapwater and  NOAH
Volt: 5
Amps: 9.67 amps
Watts: 48
LPM: 0.37
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 2.2
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 454
Percentage compared to Faraday : 107%

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell
« Reply #70 on: March 14, 2009, 01:19:02 am »
Excelent!!!!

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Re: stevie1001 tubecell: 107% compared to Faraday!!
« Reply #71 on: March 20, 2009, 23:08:53 pm »
Well,

New setup of the tubes: pairs of 2 in serie

Tapwater and  NOAH
Volt: 5
Amps: 9.67 amps
Watts: 48
LPM: 0.37
Efficiency (Wh/L) : 2.2
Efficiency (mL/W/H) : 454
Percentage compared to Faraday : 107%

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