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Author Topic: New Hexagon Cell Design: comments  (Read 7032 times)

Offline Bessler007

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Re: New Hexagon Cell Design: comments
« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2008, 06:44:27 AM »
Hello Dman,

This isn't a safe assumption.  The course didn't  discussed everything known.
Yes, after reading through the course, you're right on the threshold voltage.  Even though that is known by testing and not understanding the theory behind it.

This sounds like it's looking to increase efficiency by changing power from one form to another (mechanical to thermal, thermal to mechanical, etc.).  Any time power is transfered to a different form, efficiency suffers.
Again I'm interested in the merging of technologies using the most efficient techniques to lessen input power.

The geometry of the cell is a factor.  There is no doubt.
On videos it "looked" to me that tubular cells were more efficient with a given voltage. It seems to bear true in the course that more H and O can be quickly removed from the Electrode by using convection methods to speed up the production of HHO (really exposing more of the plate by releasing the bubbles quicker) .

This would be the same with a hexagonal cell.


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Re: New Hexagon Cell Design: comments
« Reply #15 on: February 03, 2008, 06:44:27 AM »