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Stanley Meyer VIC resonant electrolysis mod

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If you want to get ...

If you want to get the plans to build a HHO gas booster of Stanley Meyer Go to Google and search for: *Top HHO Gas Car Research* Click the First Result (and Skip the Advertisement)

thats just the ...

thats just the resonant freq of the transformer!as you can see you got sine waves not stepup...try tap water and see how this 12v goes doun to 5v no meter the freq.!

Have you " ...

Have you "conditioned" the pipe (i.e. created this non conducting coating on the inner tube as ravi and others have shown) before running this test?

who ever is ...

who ever is deleting the important facts about stan meyers videos sucks

that's very ...

that's very interesting,this might be a silly idea but what if the floating unconnected coil is connected to a neutral plate like they have in some plate electrolysers

That was a good ...

That was a good idea with the light to help find the resonance. I will give that a try too, but I am pushing over 1k volts but I don't know how much for my volt meter only goes as high as 1k volts, lol.

choke core ...

choke core saturation implies hysteresis which increases power losses, increasing power requirements for the VIC. Doesn't sound right

Oh and have the ...

Oh and have the start of the positive side of the choke going too the cell, and leave the negetive side just as you have it.

i mean the basis ...

i mean the basis for the whole circuit is the oxide layer of chromium in between the two surfaces... once that layer is built up enough its no longer an electrolysis cell... think about what a semiconductor is... AN OXIDE... when this thing runs right the water is being broken down by a semiconductors action.. .hence little current draw... no heating of water... no heating of circuit....no WASTE... thats what I have discovered anywase... keep your bare fingers off the surfaces too

What happens if you ...

What happens if you connect the loose end of the coil to an iron or copper sphere? What if you load the copper sphere with statical electricity before? Propably the eigenfrequency will change but could it be that the resultung amplitutes will increase to show some amazing effects? The reference is to that of a driven pendulum at resonance where the external power force (g, here the loaded sphere) commits to the amplification factor Q.

ohh.. nice idea, to ...

ohh.. nice idea, to try that one, maybe a neutral in a separate tank, and then in-hho-cell. NICE!

Try 18 - 20 amps , ...

Try 18 - 20 amps , 12V DC add a little arm & hammer and she'll pump lika scalded monkey! The frequency thing is interesting if it can bust open molecular structure but a 350v8 engine runs on combustion / hydrogen and I do it with amps-pwm-correct cell. I get tripple the mpg with the efie. Kinda like a car with everything but the uumph. Then the uumph...becomes everything.

I have some ...

I have some flybacks and will give it a try. My main concern is that the power requirements might fry out the flyback. Also, the flyback itself has a resonant frequency and anything aside from that is too low voltage. The toroidal core I had, with my own windings, was more heavy duty.

There's a lot of ...

There's a lot of censorship in this country (esspecially when we threaten the asshole greedy oil companies, that have the balls to post record profits, and many of us have to choose between food and fuel! The bastards!!). This country isn't as free as they tell us, but they have it frosted over well. Did you know that the u.s. IS NOT the most free country in the world? I believe the Netherlands are more free.

light is glowing ...

light is glowing becouse of the extra electrons coming from water dissassociation

teslas famous coil ...

teslas famous coil functioned on the basis that the air between the secondary coil and the earth had capacitence

My freq-gen put out ...

My freq-gen put out pulsed DC to drive a power MOSFET which was gating my benchtop 12-18 Volt power supply right through the primary of my toroid. Res frequency was ~18kHz, but the frequency changed when I used a different toroid, therefore it has more to do with the VIC circuit than any intrinsic "water molecule resonance." In other words, if you were to build this yourself, you'd get a different res frequency, though it would likely be under 700 mhz.

How much power is ...

How much power is consumed by the lamp parallel to the cell?

Nevertheless, ...

Nevertheless, without the bifilar coil, the distilled water would barely bubble even with same or higher voltage coming out of the toroid transformer. With it, there appears to be an automatic impedance match happening for max power deliver to water that changes to suit the conductivity. So it's getting somewhere, just not all the way there.

stanley meyers used ...

stanley meyers used a ramp wave and the voltage intensifier coil was made out of stainless steel wire dont really need that but the ramp wave seems the most important i read it in the xogen patent used the same tech as stanley meyers

Hook up the ...

Hook up the negative tube to the bifilar and ground the other end of that same wire, not the secondary winding. On the positive side make a voltage multiplier in the place of the blocking diode(use ultra fast diodes and ceramic caps). Get it too arch slightly in pure water no salts, aim for 42.8k Hz, then very the pulsing. Best if you make a circuit where voltage can be controlled independently of frequency/pulsing. This is a dual tank circuit one side high voltage the negative side resonance.

seems very ...

seems very interesting?...what kinda frequency was this working at?

Have you " ...

Have you "conditioned" the pipe (i.e. created this non conducting coating on the inner tube as ravi and others have shown) before running this test?

Well the supply ...

Well the supply needs to be generated by an alternator for starters, and an ignition coil... wait, i am not seeing S. Meyer's circuit here.. this is a different circuit all together... never mind, *Xy;

I don't know, maybe ...

I don't know, maybe 5 watts? The pulses going through were neither nice sine waves nor DC, so I couldn't make a power measurement with the instruments that I have. Well, bet there's a method via my PC oscilloscope but I'll have to look up that method.