11 tube WFC Stan Meyers Plans Size Dimensions Water Fuel Cell

securesupplies

Re: 11 tube WFC Stan Meyers Plans Size Dimensions Water Fuel Cell
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Stan Meyer 11 cell

be aware we make drawing for 4 inch 8 inch and 16 inch version in the newer design in 11 cell
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In stage IV the International Patent.
Stan went shorter stainless steel tubes and higher voltages.
Approximately 120 volts per inch on the T304 stainless steel.

4 inches=2020 volts
5 inches=1900 volts
6 inches=1780 volts
7 inches=1660 volts
8 inches=1440 volts
9 inches=1320 volts
10inches=1200 volts
11inches=1080 volts
12 inches= 960 volts
13 inches= 840 volts
14 inches= 720 volts
15 inches= 660 volts
16 inches= 540 volts
17 inches= 420 volts
18 inches= 300 volts

2.75 inches is the length T304 stainless steel that is used in the international patent.

120 volts per inch 1 on theT304 stainless steel

system can work on gas from top  and by nano bubbles into water and loop water to injectors with pressure bypass back to cell
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injectors cell

patrick1

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Amazing Material Securesupplies !,

In regards too the cell length,   i notice that the advanced looking builds all use very short cells, - but i cannot imagine why,   technically,  - bigger cell = more gas ?, or perhaps not, because ive never seen a tall capacitor,   - well at least they are very rare, - and mostly from england....

securesupplies

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The most amazing thing is that Voltrolysis has be proven to Work Stanley Meyers was a Water Genius
Using the cell itself as the capacitor
Genius

Dan

Webmug

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Quote from patrick1 on January 28th, 12:37 AM
Amazing Material Securesupplies !,

In regards too the cell length,   i notice that the advanced looking builds all use very short cells, - but i cannot imagine why,   technically,  - bigger cell = more gas ?, or perhaps not, because ive never seen a tall capacitor,   - well at least they are very rare, - and mostly from england....
Reason for a smaller wfc is the capacitance is low and much lower in series arrangements and you can generate higher voltages with the vic transformer on higher frequencies.


Br, Webmug

Matt Watts

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Webmug!

Haven't seen you post in quite a while.

While you're here, can you set us straight with the current state of Meyer research?   I still haven't come across any definitive evidence someone has figured out this Meyer technology.  A lot of us are still hopeful.

Webmug

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Quote from Matt Watts on January 30th, 10:15 AM
Webmug!

Haven't seen you post in quite a while.

While you're here, can you set us straight with the current state of Meyer research?   I still haven't come across any definitive evidence someone has figured out this Meyer technology.  A lot of us are still hopeful.
@Matt,
Not much has changed since my last posts. I suspended my experimentation and research on Meyer (this stuff isn't cheap). But I visit the forums occasionally and read many theories and see no (repeating again) practical experimentation with the information found in the Meyer tech brief and from data and circuit schematics provided by Dynodon (Don). I also never come across definitive evidence (not posting names here) if someone has figured out this Meyer technology. Many are still using brute force (amps) to split the water molecule. Only hope would not bring this technology out in the world and we need real experimentation. We won't get the technology presented on a golden platter. Sadly my finding are still on the drawing board and i haven't done real experimentation with a full setup only partial.
Only time will tell ...

Br, Webmug

HMS-776

Re: 11 tube WFC Stan Meyers Plans Size Dimensions Water Fuel Cell
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Matt,

I know of at least two people who have been successful.
IMO the VIC calculations are what we all need to look at to understand and replicate. I had a friend share some really good calculations with me and then I expanded on them.

I taught myself how to design pulse and AC transformers years ago, then designed, built and tested many variations of VIC's. Look at my YT channel, BradK and you'll see some of them.

Once you start running the calculations you see things that are not obvious.... you can also rearrange the formulas to find unknown values that we didn't have before...And those unknown values answer other questions.

If you look at the Injector VIC you'll find that the impedance transformation is off by a factor of around 12, the important question is why and how was it designed like that.

 I keep seeing people building the Injector and the Injector VIC but the VIC windings and turns are incorrect...Can't even begin to tell you how frustrating it is to see people with the resources to obtain them but not the understanding to re-design the VIC so it can be properly tested. From what I have seen no one has got the Injector VIC correct.

BTW, I think Steve designed the Injector VIC, once you look at it you realize whoever engineered it had to have been a brilliant thinker, someone able to see things differently than most engineers...and continuing on that topic, if anyone can tell me how you calculate the AL value of a core which uses magnetic wire coils please contact me!




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BTW Dan,

Great drawings and insight, thank you for sharing!

securesupplies

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Quote from HMS-776 on February 3rd, 12:07 AM
Matt,

I know of at least two people who have been successful.
IMO the VIC calculations are what we all need to look at to understand and replicate. I had a friend share some really good calculations with me and then I expanded on them.

I taught myself how to design pulse and AC transformers years ago, then designed, built and tested many variations of VIC's. Look at my YT channel, BradK and you'll see some of them.

Once you start running the calculations you see things that are not obvious.... you can also rearrange the formulas to find unknown values that we didn't have before...And those unknown values answer other questions.

If you look at the Injector VIC you'll find that the impedance transformation is off by a factor of around 12, the important question is why and how was it designed like that.

 I keep seeing people building the Injector and the Injector VIC but the VIC windings and turns are incorrect...Can't even begin to tell you how frustrating it is to see people with the resources to obtain them but not the understanding to re-design the VIC so it can be properly tested. From what I have seen no one has got the Injector VIC correct.

BTW, I think Steve designed the Injector VIC, once you look at it you realize whoever engineered it had to have been a brilliant thinker, someone able to see things differently than most engineers...and continuing on that topic, if anyone can tell me how you calculate the AL value of a core which uses magnetic wire coils please contact me!
We hope people post excel calculations  for vic 2 as they advance so we have more people working at home on it. Anonymous has posted a lot

Webmug

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Quote from securesupplies on February 12th, 06:42 AM
We hope people post excel calculations  for vic 2 as they advance so we have more people working at home on it. Anonymous has posted a lot
Who is WE?

Just some calculations wouldn't help you if you don't know what you are doing! It's more like trial and error by experimentation.
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=1961.msg51904

~webmug

securesupplies

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We... Continue
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11  Cell Finer details
is this a spring pressure adjust for by pass spring , this was not shown on final pics from estate

this controls nano dissolve rate

Dan

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We Work
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which  holes do what??
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hmm we work

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drawings coming soon stl's for cnc these all will be open sourced

all donations welcomed at this time
costly work . to have it precise , we are adding the outter rim holes to mount in tanks
and making exact precise as we can include tower and spring

paypal
daniel_donatelli@yahoo.com

We push
Dan
Re: 11 tube WFC Stan Meyers Plans Size Dimensions Water Fuel Cell
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Key Points

1 Nano Bubbles
2 Dry Fog into injector tip
3 pressure by pass back to tank
4 cold water
5 h2 o2 nano bubbles less electrons  to increase water tension increase h2 nano bubble saturation
6 GOD SPEED