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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #32 on: April 07, 2023, 14:17:06 pm »
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I believe you should keep your eye on your findings but also you should not stick to only this…

I do not deny that the effects you describe are present in the Meyer cell. But I have doubts that they give Brown's industrial outgassing.

I described my criteria, which are confirmed or refuted as a result of experiments.
My experiments on voltages up to 50 volts so far confirm my theoretical calculations.
Experiments with kilovolts are ahead and these experiments should confirm my calculations. At least I'm 90% sure of it

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #33 on: April 07, 2023, 14:18:45 pm »
Did he say that the longer the cell works, the better it works and the more gas it releases?

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #34 on: April 07, 2023, 14:23:11 pm »
What happened to the cell?
Why, after a certain time of operation, did it work better and emit more gas?
The cell geometry has not changed.
The current supply parameters have not changed, they are also stable.

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #35 on: April 07, 2023, 14:30:51 pm »
And the following happened
calcium oxide appeared.

Americans stuck on meyer cell conditioning

calcium oxide layer and gives high insulation resistance

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #36 on: April 07, 2023, 15:56:48 pm »
What Meyer says is that if you are using water with any contaminants it will remain in the fuel cell and it must be flushed out and clean up from time to time… I did many tests using rain water and no formation of anything ever happen…

What I see is the electrode porosity increased some when using high current and potassium increasing the surface area and therefore the ability to flow current perhaps but I didn’t even measure that…

Meyer say the cell would last 10 thousand years and that tell me that he was not using power into the cell but the  otherway opposite way

He claim the water cell is a generator of electricity and that this is the only key to economically split the water

So is about movement and fields… about particle acceleration under resonance… the answer is there… 

Ask yourself how can you have electrical power generation in a resonant system with no moving parts?

Something has got to move… water is fluid so is the only thing that can shake in the system

Shaking is also movement and can have resonance

Give a look on that

I wrote some about it in my project section lately…

Anyone interested should look into that


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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #37 on: April 07, 2023, 21:54:18 pm »
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He claim the water cell is a generator of electricity and that this is the only key to economically split the water
Ask yourself how can you have electrical power generation in a resonant system with no moving parts?

When a covalent bond is broken, electrons are released.
Those electrons that were in the orbits of Oxygen and Hydrogen.
Not those electrons that came from the electrical circuit and from the metal.
Namely, electrons from broken water molecules.
The electrons from the circuit cannot get into the water.
As a result, there is no electrolysis.
The electrons from the water create an electric current.
The number of electrons will be approximately equal to the number of broken water molecules.
The high potential difference causes them to leave the Meyer cell and enter the generator circuit.
In simple terms, free electrons from metal are replaced by freed electrons from water.

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #38 on: April 07, 2023, 22:11:46 pm »
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Faraday electrolysis is a parasitic phenomenon in Stanley Meyer's process.
The Stanley Meyer process is also called voltrolysis.
How to know that in the Meyer cell there is voltrolysis and there is no Faraday electrolysis.
Low current consumption, less than 1 amp.
No water heating (in some cases drop in water temperature)
Supply voltage over 1 kilovolt and no voltage drop.
Emission of atomic Oxygen and Hydrogen (accompanied by the appearance of "milk").

I put forward criteria by which, I will know for sure that the cell is the Meyer process, and not Faraday electrolysis.
It remains for me to perform the experiment at a high voltage of over 1 kilovolt.
Once I achieve confirmation of these criteria, I will know for sure that I have achieved the Meyer process on an industrial scale.
Until I conduct this experiment, I will not be distracted by other theories.
I'm going to focus on this experiment.
If the experiment does not confirm my conclusions, I will move on to test other hypotheses.

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Re: Stanley Meyer's fuel cell theory
« Reply #39 on: April 08, 2023, 08:27:13 am »
I builded a 6kw dc power supply using an isolation transformer a dimmer a high amp diode module and a capacitor

This will feed my experiments… with a cell having pure water I have around 2kohm resistance so it will take 1 amp to get 2kv so also 2kw of power

The switching ckt is capable of 90amps 1,6kv all components with active dissipation for now…

So I can vary from 20-220v or from 20-110v with the dimmer so it has an isolated dc ground

A choke is added before the capacitor so it can get a constant current charge discharge rate

This is a good starting point to use a 5:1 transformer and start applying 1kv to the cell