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Re: is it this simpel?
« Reply #8 on: March 20, 2024, 08:20:36 am »
Sorry for the delayed reply

I took a look on the simulation, seems like the electron extraction circuit

Having such a small capacitance anything we put in become high voltage..

This month I have got some business to finish and than I will be able to start some testing next week

I will be focusing on getting the water to generate electricity and gas at same time but I will be following those two or 3  major lines I talked about last year

One using the electromagnetic fields to shake water and or induction to make the process and secondly using ultrasound as direct power input seem to me the later is the easiest path to go and also this days the most expensive


The idea is to get a resonant structure that allow the water velocity to be at max where the electrode sit

Interaction of the electromagnetic and the velocity will converge in the electron extraction ckt in my opinion

I just consider it as a full feedback

This year everything will change!



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Re: is it this simpel?
« Reply #9 on: March 20, 2024, 08:45:34 am »
After some thinking about Stanley’s work

I hardly believe it was relying only on stainless steel

He certainly used a dielectric to be able to get the fields required to liberate the electrons

Charging it positively will get the electrons on the dielectrics and violently reverting it with a very strong negative pulse would make this electrons have energy to go out of the system and burned out in a emission filament

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« Reply #10 on: March 21, 2024, 04:07:14 am »
Eccles use two capacitances.. Stan may have used a couple of cells

When we charge the cell we are adsorpting ions without effectively breaking perhaps the very negative spike force the ions to dissolve back but losing the electrons leaving the negative charge behind

That’s my two cents on it

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Re: is it this simpel?
« Reply #11 on: March 22, 2024, 13:26:52 pm »
Eccles use two capacitances.. Stan may have used a couple of cells

When we charge the cell we are adsorpting ions without effectively breaking perhaps the very negative spike force the ions to dissolve back but losing the electrons leaving the negative charge behind

That’s my two cents on it

A long long long time ago, somebody told me that he used 2 glas plates, water in between, and alufoil on the outside, not in contact with water.
He had seen some interesting things.........