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Author Topic: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator  (Read 13673 times)

kampen

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MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« on: December 16, 2009, 04:47:36 PM »
@ All,

I want to build a Magnagas/Aquafuel Generator to make SyntheticGas COH2 - a low dc voltage in the range 30 to 50v at high current to produce an electric arc which tunnels through water between the tips of common carbon electrodes.

To produce continue arc(ing) I am looking /need a long lasting and more advanced electrodes instead of consuming the carbon/graphite electrodes and controlling it with a servo controlled feeder.

Any suggestions/ help is welcome. Thanks in advance.



mscoffman

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Re: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2009, 05:56:22 PM »

There is an underwater arc feeder associated with CF cold fusion
HHO production that uses a standard MIG welding wire feeder tool to feed
aluminum wire to arc on an underwater rotating aluminum drum.
These tools are already designed to work continuously, and so
might save research and design time. Something like this might
work in your application.

No question though, that you need to take "disappearance" into the energy/cost
balance equation to decide whether any type of operation makes operational sense.

:S:MarkSCoffman

Hope

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Re: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2010, 06:35:43 AM »
Mercury within a contained field you can spin this mercury to ultra high revs with a Rodin coil (not star coil).  Also intense focused sunlight thru a optical cable overlain with copper also attached to metal plate collector then luminescent dye and photo reactive collector lens like quartz.  And a large agreement on the lye in solution pointer.  A recent (cant find now) article stated a new method of water tension release was enabled with a surfactant which formed NANO sized bubbles (like soap) which made the gas safe to store easily (larger molecules) and would keep it from floating away.  I have searched for a couple hours trying to rediscover the link. When the inventor passed a flame across the open storage flask only the top bubbles opened and popped, the lower mass was not reactive thermally.
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Hope

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Re: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« Reply #3 on: October 03, 2010, 04:23:22 AM »
The area adjacent to the spinning metal could be a generator or switches for magnetics (as reluctance/reactants). Coating the glass container with copper/gold mesh would give a stern device a heck of a ride.   With enough rev's ......  well lets just say to tie this one down.

You could bar and unbar magnets arranged in a circle and make a very strong generator....etc.

Hope

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Re: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« Reply #4 on: October 04, 2010, 05:28:44 PM »
Ok all I will post the article link on the newest hho storage developments when I get into puter lab today.  Ramset has it already. (sorry but I can't access it off site).  This information will be VERY IMPORTANT due to allowing us to store hho gas safely.  LONG term storage of two years has already been obtained with no loss of pressure (it hints that only a oxy tank was used).  Imagine the many ways to make hho all summer long (all year) and heating your home from what a single cell made.

Hope

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Re: MagnaGas/Aquafuel Generator
« Reply #5 on: October 04, 2010, 09:27:24 PM »