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Offline firlight

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Test cell
« on: June 30, 2005, 11:02:55 AM »
 Hydrogen Water Fuel Cell Results
Using Kanarev`s Data
Modern Electrolyzers consume 4 .0kWh per cubic meter of this gas.
When one cubic mete of hydrogen is burnt,3.55 kwh of energy is released.

One litre of hydrogen weighs 0.09 gram:One litre of oxygen weighs 1.47 g. It means that
it is possible to produce 111.11/.09=1234.44 liters of hydrogen and 888.89/1.47=604.69
litres of oxygen from one litre of water.One gram of water contains 1.23 litres of hydrogen
Energy consumption for the production of 1000 litres of hydrogen is 4 kWh andfor one
litre 4Wh .It is possible to produce 1.23 litres of hydrogen from one gram of water,1.23x4
=4.94Wh is spent for hydrogen production from one gram of water.

Instruments and Equipment used

Experimental low current wfc.filled with tap water.Stop watch.Scales type Satrue model
SB-200 200g 0.1 gram steps Avo Mk 9 Test Meter.Precision Gold model Wgo20 Digital Test Meter.
Racal Dana True RMS Voltmeter model 9300.Hameg Oscilloscope model 203-5.
Tektronix 547 oscilloscope.
The water fuel cell was pulsed at 6 Khz Square wave 50:50 duty cycle.

Duration of test in min. = 60
RMS Voltage V = 7.5
Ampmeter I, amperes = 0.06
Power P,watts hour (P=VxIxmin/60 0.45
Mass of wfc in grams = 106.9
Mass change in grams m = 0.4
Evaporating water mass me, = 0.04
Mass of water split into gasses, m-me = 0.36
Existing energy consumption Wh/g water = 4.94
Released hydrogen quantity 0.36x1.23x0.09= 0.03985
Energy content of produced hydrogen (W=0.03985x142/3.6)= 1.57186
Energy Efficency (Wx100/P) % )= 349 %

Energy Efficency of this WFC is 349 % or overunity

Date of Test : 15 June 2004 Done by D. Lawton

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« on: June 30, 2005, 11:02:55 AM »

Offline CrazyEwok

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Re: Test cell
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2008, 04:49:25 AM »
how do you get a cubic meter of a gas? i'm sure that the area that a gas takes up is relative to the temperature that it is...