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Comment by HG2 on November 24, 2008 at 5:40pm
Hydrotinkerer I think what you missed was the number of plates that Boyce used.The converted voltage from acv was 150vdc and he first used 101 plates but later found that 81 plates was the most efficient.I think the water heater thing you read was from not using enough plates.I'm sure you've tried to drop plates with your cells by powering the next plate closer to the opposite connection and the result was increased amps and heat(especially at the cell connections).Or maybe I'm the only one that does that LOL.
Comment by Paul on November 21, 2008 at 1:08pm
If i want to achieve a 1LPM @10A using KOH, what is the best way to figure out what size my plates should be, and how many to use? Also configuration...
Comment by Hydrotinkerer on November 19, 2008 at 4:01pm
Has anyone hooked a/c to a generator? The only person I know of hooked 110 and 220 to one. He said it only made a large water heater. Boyce used a/c then using diodes converted to d/c. Or did I miss something?
Comment by Chris on November 18, 2008 at 11:59pm
Automotive alternators make AC at generation but are rectified into DC voltage, most are between 13.8-14.0 if the voltage regulator is removed you can get 30+ volts but not recommended because it will pop all your fuses and at worst fry your ECM, i have seen a video of a guy installing a secondary alt only connected to the cell with the regulator removed so when his vehicles engine increases in RPM it increases in voltage output, so the wattage goes up significantly from idle, kinda cool cause at those higher rpm you would need more gas to continue to see a gain. But it was a Audio alternator so that's at least 130+amps and 30 volts (this would be at max rpm and not recommend for long periods of time it will burn the diode bridge) but that's almost 4000watts of power you could make some serious freaking production with that. What i saw was a simple setup up of voltage priority switch as the other alternator make more power the stock alternator is blocked from the cell and the second alternator would take over up past 14vdc. This can also cause a problem with having the needed additional neutral plates to keep a 2.5vdc per plate avg. as the voltage increases. Just some crazy thoughts.
Comment by Paul on November 18, 2008 at 9:19pm
AC or DC?
Guys if our alternators generate AC at the source, shouldn't we harness this? Surely high voltage/low current will get the job done? Anyone experienced in electricity to prove me wrong? lol
Comment by Ryan Bowersg on November 17, 2008 at 1:24pm
Patrick J Kelly basically sumrises the whol subject into a workable sciences and sictes all of the factors involved in creating hho and much more. Simply put if everyone involved would take a chance to read document d9 and d9 of his series A Praticle Guide to Free Energy Devices then they would avoid allot of trial and eror firguring out already known factors on their own. I posted those 2 file on the Things you should know before ever bulding a hho generator discussion and yall should check those out for your selves and let me know what yall think.
Comment by Ryan Bowersg on November 17, 2008 at 1:19pm
My opinion is that the group should be opened to all who wish to join. This information should be free to all. Most people involved in hho have good intentions. Those that seek to harm can be delt with as the sitiuation arises, the rest of the good intentioned people will learn much from those whom are already on their way to freedom from fossile fuels. Thats my 2 cents.
Comment by don on November 17, 2008 at 9:16am
http://waterfuel.100free.com/own_electrolyser.html#top
at frist glance this site has a lot of info needed to go threw.
i went here for plans to a tero cell it does have then but their is alot more info here to muddle threw if you get a chance take a look
don
Comment by Hydrotinkerer on November 15, 2008 at 3:42pm
Just for info the 25 plate cell pictured below only cost 65 dollars to build
Comment by don on November 15, 2008 at 1:33pm
i havent but will this week what is the importance in a breif summery
 

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