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 Magnetic Induction in an HHO Wet Cell
05-18-2012, 10:21 PM
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 Robert Twiss Member Posts: 53 Joined: May 2012 Reputation: 0
Magnetic Induction in an HHO Wet Cell
This video is what sparked this idea.

Electromagnetic Induction.
Electromagnetic energy has an effect on water molecules, especially the Hydrogen molecules.

Consider 4 (inductor) coils inside of a wet cell configured as tank circuits.
Tank circuits constantly reverse the polarity of the magnetic field in the coil.
I would imagine that 4 coils reversing polarity continuously against each other should shake up the water molecules and weaken the bond between hydrogen and oxygen molecules making electrolysis easier.

My current design consideration restricts the coil size to fit a 4"x4"x3" PVC Tee which is about 7" tall. Connecting 2 Tees and having coils in each Tee would allow the seperation of the hydrogen and oxygen but this severely hinders the length of the coils, which in turn reduces the turns in the coils, which in turn reduces inductance of a powerful magnetic field. Magnetic fields also carry current.

Now imagine having 4 (coil) cells creating fluxuating magnetic fields and currents.
Imagine 2 sets of coils whose polarities oppose each other creating magnetic chaos in the water molecules. Imagine pulsing this so the magnetic field would seem to "throb" or pump magnetic energy into the cell.

If I design the cell for optimum magnetic inductance I could stack 3 - 4" Couplers to get coil lengths of 16" , maybe 40 turns of 3/16" solid copper ground wire, it's used in telephone to ground at the telephone pole. I just happen to have about 50' of it. I have no clue how much magnetic energy I could get out out that.

Makes me wonder if the EPG is something like that as I wrote this.

It all looks good on paper, then there's reality.
A failure may only be the confirmation that the theory is not valid.
It does not mean that there is no solution.
To solve a problem, you must define it.
A High School Kid just solved a 300 year old mathematical conundrum involving trajectories.
05-19-2012, 07:27 AM
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 Jeff Nading Posting Freak Posts: 1,709 Joined: Jul 2011 Reputation: 11
RE: Magnetic Induction in an HHO Wet Cell
(05-18-2012 10:21 PM)Robert Twiss Wrote:  This video is what sparked this idea.

Electromagnetic Induction.
Electromagnetic energy has an effect on water molecules, especially the Hydrogen molecules.

Consider 4 (inductor) coils inside of a wet cell configured as tank circuits.
Tank circuits constantly reverse the polarity of the magnetic field in the coil.
I would imagine that 4 coils reversing polarity continuously against each other should shake up the water molecules and weaken the bond between hydrogen and oxygen molecules making electrolysis easier.

My current design consideration restricts the coil size to fit a 4"x4"x3" PVC Tee which is about 7" tall. Connecting 2 Tees and having coils in each Tee would allow the seperation of the hydrogen and oxygen but this severely hinders the length of the coils, which in turn reduces the turns in the coils, which in turn reduces inductance of a powerful magnetic field. Magnetic fields also carry current.

Now imagine having 4 (coil) cells creating fluxuating magnetic fields and currents.
Imagine 2 sets of coils whose polarities oppose each other creating magnetic chaos in the water molecules. Imagine pulsing this so the magnetic field would seem to "throb" or pump magnetic energy into the cell.

If I design the cell for optimum magnetic inductance I could stack 3 - 4" Couplers to get coil lengths of 16" , maybe 40 turns of 3/16" solid copper ground wire, it's used in telephone to ground at the telephone pole. I just happen to have about 50' of it. I have no clue how much magnetic energy I could get out out that.

Makes me wonder if the EPG is something like that as I wrote this.

Robert keep up the good work you are doing, there are no failures, cause every-time we go backwards we learn something, so in reality we are still moving forward and when you post the info it helps us all. Thanks so much for your contributions to this important work, Jeff.

As for most if not all of mans inventions and discoveries, we have or had to observe Gods Creation's, this in it'self proves he exists. Rom. 1:20. Have a good one, Jeff.
05-19-2012, 03:09 PM
Post: #3
 Robert Twiss Member Posts: 53 Joined: May 2012 Reputation: 0
RE: Magnetic Induction in an HHO Wet Cell
I'm just thinking out loud Jeff.
It's been a very long time since I messed with electronics
I'm far more knowledgeable in ACVs, (Air Cushion Vehicles or Hovercraft),
and non PV Solar.
I don't know how much I can contribute.
In the last couple of months I watched a lot of videos with the primary interest for use in autos.
I'm a very small contractor and I have to run a van, I have two, one is 5,000 lbs and the other is 9,600 lbs so fuel takes a lot of my resources.
At the very minimum, I see this as a performance enhancement that has a very minimum expense after installation.
I also see the heating and welding aspects, I'll probably be looking at the heating aspects as well.
I'm looking for something simple, Meyers is far from simple.
I got hooked on Russ' videos, that is an amazing individual, he does some crazy ***** if you can get past all the talking.
Actually, I've seen way more talking with a lot less said by many others.
I am way behind in knowlege of Stan's "contraption", I doubt I can offer much in this area.

It all looks good on paper, then there's reality.
A failure may only be the confirmation that the theory is not valid.
It does not mean that there is no solution.
To solve a problem, you must define it.
A High School Kid just solved a 300 year old mathematical conundrum involving trajectories.
05-19-2012, 08:39 PM
Post: #4
 Jeff Nading Posting Freak Posts: 1,709 Joined: Jul 2011 Reputation: 11
RE: Magnetic Induction in an HHO Wet Cell
(05-19-2012 03:09 PM)Robert Twiss Wrote:  I'm just thinking out loud Jeff.
It's been a very long time since I messed with electronics
I'm far more knowledgeable in ACVs, (Air Cushion Vehicles or Hovercraft),
and non PV Solar.
I don't know how much I can contribute.
In the last couple of months I watched a lot of videos with the primary interest for use in autos.
I'm a very small contractor and I have to run a van, I have two, one is 5,000 lbs and the other is 9,600 lbs so fuel takes a lot of my resources.
At the very minimum, I see this as a performance enhancement that has a very minimum expense after installation.
I also see the heating and welding aspects, I'll probably be looking at the heating aspects as well.
I'm looking for something simple, Meyers is far from simple.
I got hooked on Russ' videos, that is an amazing individual, he does some crazy ***** if you can get past all the talking.
Actually, I've seen way more talking with a lot less said by many others.
I am way behind in knowlege of Stan's "contraption", I doubt I can offer much in this area.
Good thoughts Robert, we are all looking for the same thing. Russ has everyone coming together, reverse engineering of Stan,s patents in one way or another, so you do have something to offer, your willingness to be here with us, Thanks Jeff.

As for most if not all of mans inventions and discoveries, we have or had to observe Gods Creation's, this in it'self proves he exists. Rom. 1:20. Have a good one, Jeff.
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