clone477 wrote:I thought I would pass it on, wasnt sure if it applied to this technology. I apolagize. Radio is a new subject to me but I m learning.
darnoldrs wrote:Well i finaly got my account activated, I have been wathcing this thread for a few days and there seem to be a lot of things tried, and lots of varing appionions. Well i will just add another theroy and something else to try.
I beleave that resonance it the key to making large quantities of gas at low amps. People have tried tuning the frequency to the water in the WFC and have seen no big change in the gas production. But has anyone tried getting the whole circuit tuned?
I beleave that the WFC should be used like a big capacitor and if you are including an inductor (which seems to increase the efficencies) and make everything tuned.
SO you would then have a tuned L,C circuit, where the cappacitance of the WFC and the inductor are tuned to the same frequency, and if that is also the same frequency as resonant frequency of the water in the WFC then my THEORY is that it should be very efficent. There may need to be some variable capacitance and inductance that can be added or subtracted to the circuit with varing heat and water to keep it in resonance but this should be easy to be done. What do people think, Is this likly to be the key??
I dont have a cell to play with just yet as i am waiting on my stainless steel tube to turn up so i can build one and start experimenting.
darnoldrs wrote:Has anyone know their capacitance for their cells (Meyers type), for each indavidual set of tubes with their dimentions?
Also the equasion for calculating the resonance of water. I did see this some where in the 21 pages but i cant seem to find it now.
For people using an inductor to get better gas output, what is its inductance?
I have noticed that meyers cell has 10 tubes i think. ( 9 around the out side and one in the middle) Could anyone conferm this as it is a bit hard to tell in the video. Also what is the consensis on the length and diameter of his tubes. 15"?18"?
I also think i remember in his patents that he has listed a sawtoot wave rather than a square wave, but i havnt looked into this for a while.
The Actual Capacitance of cells Depends on Many Factors and a Typical capacitance meter Can't Measure it. Contrary to what you might think.
An old fashioned Inductance/Capacitance Bridge Might.
Typically a Square wave Goes in. But your Inductance and Capacitance will Totally change the Waveform shape.
kevinsatterfield wrote:I wuld bet Ravi is still look'n in from time to time hope'n somebody figured someth'n else out but hasnt actually went beyond the 1/16" spacing wich is all fine and dandy..
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