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The WFC is a water capacitor and uses ORDINARY TAP WATER without any electrolyte...
Comments : Test of the WFC powered by Voltrolysis is very encouraging, it shows that it is indeed possible to produce quickly a great amount of HHO with only ordinary tap water without any electrolyte... Stanley A Meyer Told the Truth FACT
Links to Univesity Lab Testing , Replications and references:
A novel method of hydrogen generation by water electrolysis using an ultra-short-pulse power supply by Naohiro Shimizu, Souzaburo Hotta, Takayuki Sekiya and Osamu Oda (NGK Insulators, Ltd., Japan) - Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (2006) 36:419–423
January 25, 2013 - TESTS02E01 :
Following the TEST about the production of HHO gas,
I have continued the tests with the Stanley Meyer's Water Fuel Cell (WFC).
The TEST has demonstrated that High Voltage Nano Pulses at High Frequency produced accross an electrolysis cell are able to produce very quickly a great amount of HHO gas.
According to these encouraging tests, I have reconducted my experiments done about the Stanley Meyer's WFC from June 2008.
I have replaced the VIC (Voltage Intensifier Circuit), a replication of the Stanley A Meyer's circuit, with 100% positive results.
"I encourage all schools and builders to replicate and teach such technologies aggressively."
The use of pure osmosed water without electrolyte (not electrically conductible) is very important here, this has allowed to remove completly the HHO generation by electrolysis.
AS ZERO SALTS ZERO ELECTROLYTES ONLY PURE OSMOSED WATER.
The WFC is a water capacitor, in this test it consumes too much current due to its impedance Vs the pulsed current.
During long duration tests (>6min) the WFC begins to heat up and thus, this confirms this fact. The effect discovered by Stanley Meyer seems really present here, because the pure osmosed water is split.
The High Voltage pulse sent by the induction accross the WFC via the flat bifilar coil need to be optimized so as to reduce the current. I think that the WFC must be used as a capacitor in a resonant RLC type circuit like the Meyer's VIC original circuit..SEE 9XB and 9XA Pages
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As shown by Equation #1, electromotive force, and hence the transfer of electrical energy can be achieved in two ways:
(1) by flux coupling,
(2) by parametric coupling.
Consider a simple inductance (L) carrying a current (i) as shown in fig 1.
One knows that there is energy stored in this inductance of magnitude 1/2 LI*2 and if this inductance is now increased in some manner, such as by inserting an iron core into L (while holding I constant). then the stored electrical energy is increased. This is an example of parametric power transfer. (see Equation 1).
Specials comments :
"NO energy is required to insert the iron core into the inductor.
It is ATTRACTED into the core and the resultant increased coil energy is pumped back into the power source (coil current drops)!" (Greg Watson)
"No mechanical energy input is required to insert the iron core into the inductor, BECAUSE iron core is attracted by the inductor itself, thus no mechanical energy need to be expended !" (Epitaxy)
If in accordance whith Fig 2, the afore-mentionned core is now alternately inserted into and withdrawn from the inductance L and this inductance is, in turn a part of tank circuit, then a parametric oscillator result.
The most critical relationship associated with this parametric oscillator relate to frequency. For such devices, it is a well known fact that ideally, the pumping frequency (rotating eccentric) should be twice the frequency to which the resonant tank is tuned ( fig 3 ).
The following example demonstrate the general validity of this statement :
Assume that the current in the tank is oscillating at one-half the frequency of rotating eccentric ( see fig 4 ).
Current in LC Tank
Referring to fig 4, if the core is inserted at point (1) in the cycle, this increase in L, coupled with the large current flowing at that time, results in a large parametric energy transfer from the mechanism to the circuit.
Furthermore, if the core is now withdrawn one-half of a mechanical cycle later (or one-quarter of an electrical cycle at point (2), the current is now zero and no electrical energy is withdraw from the tank. Similarly at point (3) we have additional parametric energy transfer and at (4) no transfer.
Thus, by doubling the pumping frequency, power can be unilaterally transferred parametrically in accordance with the second term of Equation 1.
Parametric amplification of energy
( start of parametric amplification )
In the example cited above, a mechanical driver was used. The final step, of course, is to achieve a simple passive all-electrical parametric device in which the double frequency pumping action is an intrinsic part of the device.
( Ref document : The PARAFORMER (TM), "A new passive power conversion device" by Dr S.D.Wanlass and Dr L.K. Wanlass )
Below the details of the WFC cell used for this
"proof of concept" experiment.
Preliminary tests of the 1st WFC v1.0 ( June 12, 2008):
Below, the video of the experimental WFC v1.0 working in resonance mode with distilled water. A high flow of gases is produced at the WFC v1.0 resonance frequency.
You may notice that, in this case, the size of the bubbles produced are very tiny compared to a common electrolysis process.
Here is the Water Fuel Cell, the most important thing is that the WFC uses only ORDINARY TAP WATER without need of ELECTROLYTE for working properly. The stainless steel electrodes are the main parts of a water capacitor.
The High Frequency is rectified via an ultra fast HFA25PB60 diode so as to produce High Frequency DC pulses accross the WFC.
Below the details of the WFC cell used for this "proof of concept" experiment.
This demonstration illustrates parametric resonance, which is a resonance phenomenon that arises because some parameter of the system is varying periodically in time.
This happens, for example, when you periodically extend and retract your legs at an appropriate frequency while sitting on a playground swing. If a pendulum consists of a mass connected to a frictionless hinge by an idealized rod of length L, then the angle θ between the rod and vertical obeys the differential equation
θ" + (g/L) sinθ=0
If the length of the pendulum varies with time, the differential equation becomes
θ" + 2(L'(t)/L(t))θ'+(g/L(t)) sinθ=0
In this Applet, we choose the length of the pendulum to be L(t)=1+A cos(wt) and we choose g=4π2. With this choice of g, solutions of the A=0, linearized equation θ"+gθ=0 have period 1.
At time t, the length of the blue line in the Applet below is L(t). The angle between the blue line and vertical is θ(t). For comparison purposes, the gray pendulum provides the same data for the A=0, g=4π2, linearized equation
θ" + g θ =0
So, at time t, the length of the gray line is 1 and the angle between the gray line and vertical is a constant (determined by the initial speed that I have chosen) times sin(2πt).
The demonstration below is an applet. Google Chrome, Firefox and Microsoft Edge no longer execute applets because of security issues with NPAPI plugins. Some browsers that still play applets are Internet Explorer,
Parametric resonance tests of the WFC at 2*fo and at 0.5*fo :
When the frequency of the pump is set to Fpump = 2*fo = 1.110 MHz
the resonance of the WFC is fo= 0.687 Mhz
When the frequency of the pump is set to Fpump = 0.5*fo = 0.329 MHz
the resonance of the WFC is fo= 0.560 Mhz
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Test of WFC v1.1 with an insulated Cathode
The center electrode of the WFC v1.0 has been covered with a thin adhesive plastic sheet so has to get a fully insulated cathod.
Thank You Hydrogen Hot Rodders.
So, it is now possible to get the Voltage Intensification with an electrical step charging effect.
Below the measured specs of the new insulated WFC v1.1.
SPECIAL BUILDER NOTE
There is a little error here the Cathod should be the outer tube and the liner on the inside of outter tube.
Reason is we want the larger + Surface are of the Outter Tube and the Smaller Negative surface on the centre -negative Annode
: The WFC 1.1 has been tested with 30V
squared pulses at 105 Hz.
When the voltage is switched off, the WFC acting as a water capacitor, discharges on itself.
A 246 mH coil have been connected in parallel with the WFC v1.1 at the output of the VIC circuit.
The voltage can be stepped up to 1.4 kV peak-peak at 13 kHz
Above : The WFC v1.1 is charged through a 9.89 kOhms resistor with the DC power supply. Now, the WFC v1.1 act as a true capacitor.
The calculated value from the curve ( 4.7 nF ) is nearly close to the measured value with the digital capacimeter ( 5.19 nF ).
Above : The WFC capacitor is disconnected from the DC power supply, its discharges on itself.
It is interesting to notice that the calculated value ( 196 kOhms) from the curve of the internal
resistance of the WFC v1.1 is less than the measured value with the digital multimeter ( 2.9 MOhms ).
Above : The WFC v1.1 is charged with the VIC, you see clearly the stepping charge effect.
The T1 transformer is a common 220v/12v 60VA transformer used in reverse mode.
The use of a toroïdal transformer with a ferrite core will be better to minimize the HF losses in the core.
The T2 transformer uses a bifilar coils as described below :
Above : The VIC ( Voltage Intensifier Circuit ) is now working.
The WFC v1.1 is charged up to 1.1 KV in stepping charge.
Notes : With the design v1.1, I haven't yet got the same density of bubbles observed in the v1.0, the WFC v1.1 has been designed so as to get a true capacitor, the stepping charge effect can be observed has Stanley Meyer as described in his technical notes and his patent.
The adiabatic charge effect of this water ca
pacitor is very important because it minimizes de losses by Joules effect in the circuit during the charging process, so the energy transfert in the WFC is optimal.
I am currently building a new WFC v2, I shall soon publish all the infos and the datas, stay tuned...
Documents and references :
Abstract of US4936961
A method for obtaining the release of a fuel gas mixture including hydrogen and oxygen from water in which the water is processed as a dielectric medium in an electrical resonant circuit.
TESTS02E03 : Here is a very interesting test which tends to proof the working principle of the Water Fuel Cell invented by Stanley Meyer.
The purpose of this test is to completly remove the electrolyse effect and keep only the parametrical elongation effect of the water molecule as writen by Stanley A Meyer in his
. The WFC is filled in this test with pure osmosed water (equivalent to distilled water).
So, the water used is not electrically conductive and can be compared to a dielectric. If, in this case, the HHO gas is produced, this can only be done with the Stanley Meyer's principle : by using the cracking of the water molecule produced by the parametrical elongation of the hydrogen-oxygen covalent bound The electrical characteristics of the Water Fuel Cell filled with a pure osmosed water are measured with a digital multimeter.
In this test, the DC pulsed voltage and the current are measured accross the input of the WFC, just after the fast switching diode HFA25PB60.
The voltage accross the WFC is measured with the scope proble Ch1 (X10) and the current is computed by measuring the voltage accross a 0.1 Ohm non inductive metal resistor 10W Mundorf MR10 via the scope probe Ch2 (X10). The sampling rate of the digital oscilloscope is set to 100 MSa/sec.
The measurements datas are sent to a PC and then computed on Octave (an Opensource of MatLab) with the power_calc v1.02 software.
The electrical characteristics of the Water Fuel Cell filled with a pure osmosed water are measured with a digital multimeter.