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At 9:12am on August 14, 2012, Batmat said…

I'm enjoying some projects including his own. Thank you for your invitation.
I do not speak very well English.,

At 1:47pm on August 8, 2012, Roy said…

I'm a truck driver and looking to improve mpg

At 8:28pm on February 28, 2012, chulho Kim said…

Thanks for your invitation. I am learning hho for Korean people. Korea has begun to awake in this area recently or several years only. Ther are very small number of  hho starters. There have been two BROWN GAS companies who like to adopt the technology only to industrial customers of welding and furnace. I am trying to apply this hho to diesel engines /gasoline engines .

At 5:24pm on December 7, 2011, gabet123 said…

Your interaction number 146

At 12:09am on February 16, 2011, Slaven said…

What a nice find from someone from YouTube

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYeI7r52Oyg&feature=feedlik

At 5:45pm on December 30, 2010, Todd Miller said…
At 11:50pm on December 14, 2010, Peter Kiproff said…

Hi Don

I caught that you are useing 30 KV & that's very interesting, I'd like to know more

I'm an electronics guy & can design / build micro controllers if that is helpfull.

I've been checking in & thought I would have a better idea by now as to what would be the best type of cell to " Get my plates wet " ? tube, spiral, wet, dry, although spiral seems fastest to exit bubbles, I can get some 316  8" material or strips.

can you help to make my first try @ cell building a success ?

Thanks Peter

 

At 8:44pm on November 28, 2010, moldoveanu.marius said…
welcome,Sir!
thank you!
Marius
At 4:40pm on December 11, 2009, Raimis Juodvalkis said…
Sorry, You missed point on PWM. Only mechanical/electrical PWM does saving effect more than 50%.
At 8:46pm on November 2, 2009, Patrick said…
Is this what U was talk'en bout?
At 10:23pm on October 19, 2009, Andy Carroll said…
Nexus concept.pdfHey Don heres my Nexus concept, I'v got most of the components, only short the 2- 120v to 12v transformers.
At 12:08pm on October 4, 2009, Andy Carroll said…
Don I thank you deeply. I did find what I was looking for, on plasma ignition. I would like to chat nexttime you are on, and hav a lil time. THX
At 9:18am on October 4, 2009, Andy Carroll said…
Don can you help me get into the TAH discussion, Gabe pointed me in that direction, for Plasma Ignition research. THX
At 11:38am on September 16, 2009, flyingdoc said…
cheers don,look forward to the new web page,and a new 31 plate drycell .
At 8:00am on July 25, 2009, TRIXTA said…
At 8:16pm on July 14, 2009, KR Davis said…
Don, I have seen a couple of U-tube videos from ZeroFossilFuel. Designing the capacitor/cell so that it is part of a "resonant tank" circuit is a real flash of inspiration!!! Operating the cell at resonance seems to be the only way to go. I would think that if you PING the cell (impulse with time -> 0)and let it decay it would be quite easy to see the resonant frequency on an oscilloscope. A true impulse has a infinite spectrum of frequencies.
Any open source programs that can manipulate the data (or even flash) an ECM through OBDII would be awesome. My preference of an operating system would be either windows XP or 7, or Linux.
Keep up the great work!
KR
At 9:33pm on July 13, 2009, KR Davis said…
Don, do you monitor any OBDII data with a PC while operating your cell? If so, what capture program do you use/suggest?
GABET123 sent me the link to your profile. I am incredibly interested in HHO. I actually worked on this stuff back in high school (Class of 81). At that time I was using magnesium chips in a CO2 bottle to store the hydrogen I was producing. Now with the cell technology, storage is a moot point!
KR
At 4:42pm on April 10, 2009, GARY said…
ok Don we will have to have a chat i have noticed that you have a skype groupe maybe i could add to this and have contact over skype, (green-fuel-energy-uk ) is the contact, i also dont know where in the world you are so time maybe hard, many thanks for your input in jan sorry that i havent been on here very much.
many thanks Don best of luck
At 6:05pm on February 18, 2009,
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Ron Hatton
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Hey DON!
Good work on the glossary! I am THRILLED.
What do you need to go to the next level?
Check in with me!
Ron
aka
~Gadgetman~
At 12:34pm on February 13, 2009, Dave Lynds said…
Don: Would you have plans for a dry cell that can produce 2.5 LPM ? If so, I sure would appreciate any info you can supply.
Please reply to davelynds@eastlink.ca

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