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Phillips HOD Catalyst Group Phase 1

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Phillips HOD Catalyst Group Phase 1

Supporting communication between those who have accepted the challenge proposed by Howard Phillips.

Website: http://www.phillipscompany.4t.com/index.html
Location: Worldwide
Members: 19
Latest Activity: Nov 23, 2011

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Comment by Howard Phillips on November 23, 2011 at 11:43am

I am ISO a catalytic chemist that might be willing to review and validate an updated set of calculations that provide the basis for scale up of the CC-H2 system.  These calculations are what might be needed for baseline systems design for prototype systems that can generate HOD at flow rates from 1 LPM to 1000 LPM.  Applications, fuel use and economic analyses are included in this set of updated calculations.  I would like to release these design calculations to the public, but only after the calculations have been verified and (if necessary) updated with any required corrections or additonal design-guidance information. I suspect that a card-carrying chemist might be needed to fully review this set of calculations.  If you are a chemist and if you have an interest, please contact me.  Kind regards, Howard    hp@valliant.net

 

P.S.  More CC-H2 info is available online at:

Hydrogen info:  www.PhillipsCompany.4T.com/HHOgames.ppt 

 

Comment by Richard Dobyns on November 12, 2011 at 5:30pm
built a aluminum lye generator and am in the phase of hooking it up. I
have worked out a system to energise it and shut it down. What I want to know
is since the lye and water will consume aluminum , after it has
been turned into H2 and is hydrogen will it damage my aluminum heads on
the car. What filters and bubelers do I need to get clean hydrogen to my
combustion chamber. Have a dry carbon now. richarddobyns@hotmail.com built a aluminum lye generator and am in the phase of hooking it up. I
have worked out a system to energise it and shut it down. What I want to know
is since the lye and water will consume aluminum , after it has
been turned into H2 and is hydrogen will it damage my aluminum heads on
the car. What filters and bubelers do I need to get clean hydrogen to my
combustion chamber. Have a dry carbon now. richarddobyns@hotmail.com built a aluminum lye generator and am in the phase of hooking it up. I
have worked out a system to energise it and shut it down. What I want to know
is since the lye and water will consume aluminum , after it has
been turned into H2 and is hydrogen will it damage my aluminum heads on
the car. What filters and bubelers do I need to get clean hydrogen to my
combustion chamber. Have a dry carbon now. richarddobyns@hotmail.com
Comment by Pat Gaddy on November 9, 2011 at 11:23pm

I hope everyone gets this before the presentation at the HHO Games in Sarasota this Friday at 11:00. 

I will be discussing the Phillips method of hydrogen production, and the spreadsheet for accumulating research info all the researchers have developed.

Howard has also arranged a Conference Call Friday at 1:00 Florida time:

Call 1 218 632 3351  the Pass code is:  123456789# (don't forget the # sign)

I look forward to hearing from all of you and learning more about your experiments.

This will be the second HHO Games I've attended. I am still using the info I learned and what I saw the first time around.  I encourage anyone interested in Hydrogen On Demand to attend the HHO Games if they can.

Best wishes,

Pat

Comment by Richard Dobyns on October 27, 2011 at 7:08pm
Pat each glo-plug has its own wire +and-. 12 glo-plug at auto zone
I solder - lead on.Any thing you want know from me write.
richarddobyns@hotmail.com. I am 77yr and disabled so no sales here.
Just love this stuff tell Howard he can give you anything I write
to him.
Comment by Richard Dobyns on October 27, 2011 at 7:07pm
Pat each glo-plug has its own wire +and-. 12 glo-plug at auto zone
I solder - lead on.any thing you want know from me write.
richarddobyns@hotmail.com. I am 77yr and disabled so no sales here.
Just love this stuff tell Howard he can give you anything I write
to him.
Comment by Patrick Davey on October 27, 2011 at 3:58pm
Richard, sounds like your ground wire between the plugs was not heavy enough. What voltage glo plugs were you using.  I had great difficulty convincing my supplier to sell me  12V ones as they are usually sold in multiples as the voltage doesn't have to be as high when used in parallel.
Comment by Richard Dobyns on October 27, 2011 at 8:19am
Pat I also drill and tap 40 pvc for glo-plug again no problem with one but had two to close together shorted some how A? blew up burned hole in bottom of pvc but not all the way gone back to one.
Comment by Richard Dobyns on October 27, 2011 at 8:14am
Pat I use 40 pvc been to 200 deg no problem.
Comment by Patrick Davey on October 26, 2011 at 7:37pm

I'm curious about people's experience with the mix containers, metal or non metal.

Any difference?

Comment by Richard Dobyns on October 17, 2011 at 12:35pm
Jim you can start it with 1 cup boiling water it will go on iys own after that
 

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