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Author Topic: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water  (Read 4905 times)

Offline Acca

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Re: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2018, 07:50:50 PM »
Sergh thanks for the Russian patent link it was very helpful, there is more than way to split water below the 4.2 Kw m3 cu. RF is the way Zografos uses that way. I am suspecting that Ag ionic solution in water is added to water, as I am formulating the ppm of Ag in ppm is needed to make that effect . In the videos of P.Z. he drinks the water as it has to be safe for him to drink. As to metals P.Z. adds to the test tube is there for resonance as one needs a beat frequency as a base to create a oscillations to split water.  Not a standing wave but a "superposition" wave.. P.Z. spectrum display shows that the frequency is in the 250 to 350 GHZ. so it has to be a harmonic of the lower frequency which is indicated by the size of the wave guide .. as to prevent HHO from falling back to a lower energy level one has to maintain that oscillations as shown in the video where P.Z. shuts off the RF and the flame goes out.  I am certain that John Kanzius had the right method, however he was not at the right resonance , 13. Mhz is the industrial set aside frequency that is aviable to most sputtering systems and you may want to be else where say at 200. Mhz like the Coleman patent to generate alpha and beta...  I will post some clips like the method the Herman Anderson has dome spark oscillations.. See his clip as the end is priceless it's there PWM sparks from a motorized automotive distributor that can be controlled by varying speed of the frequency some what Bob Boyce did with the half wave failed six diode bank in his alternator.


Acca.  keep on as Zografos will save Greece from the robber banksters..

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Re: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2018, 09:00:07 AM »
what is the actual effect of the pressure in the cell on the production of gas?
in the well-known Faraday formula, there is neither temperature nor pressure

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Re: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water
« Reply #17 on: August 27, 2018, 08:35:17 PM »
Where is Sergh ? This is for him.

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Re: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water
« Reply #17 on: August 27, 2018, 08:35:17 PM »
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Offline Sergh

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Re: HHO Generation using High Frequency electromagnetic waves on water
« Reply #18 on: October 30, 2018, 09:36:05 AM »
The original article mentions THz; the photo show 17-26GHz. Care to explain?
https://youtu.be/NFv3LYeaFSc?t=4088

In this video, at 1:06:00, we are seeing a Tektronix 494 spectrum analyzer. It can display a signal spectrum up to 325 GHz.             
But...(!) It can do this correctly only with additional external mixers WM490. The mixer consists of a waveguide and a special mixing diode installed in it, which receives the frequency from the heterodyne (local oscillator) in the spectrum analyzer. Without this external mixer, this spectrum analyzer can display signals up to 21 GHz.
https://nscainc.com/wp-content/uploads/pdf/TEK_492BP.pdf

    Tektronix WM490 mixers set:


http://w140.com/tekwiki/wiki/WM490

A coaxial cable to this mixer must be plugged into the connector at the bottom in the center. But in the Zogrfos video this connector is not connected to anything.

The connector on the bottom right is designed to measure without a external mixer up to 21 GHz.    In this coaxial connector is inserted a crocodile clip (?... :o ), to which a common wire is connected. :-\     This is not good, but with a high sensitivity of the spectrum analyzer it may be enough to estimate the presence of a microwave..

 http://www.thegleam.com/ke5fx/auctions/main_lg.jpg
What was the real frequency if the Tektronix 494 spectrum analyzer displays ~ 289 - 325 GHz on the screen without mixer? Who has such a device? Please сheck it.
I guess it shows a frequency of about 20 GHz.
« Last Edit: October 30, 2018, 06:48:36 PM by Sergh »

 

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