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Motionless Pulsed Systems / Re: Stiffler's SEC Exciter Hardware
« Today at 10:32 AM by securesupplies »
Thank you it is exciting to see Sec Boards,  I hope we can generate a new generation of testers

please do post pdf and other boards it is exciting to see them

i found these pics
Motionless Pulsed Systems / Stiffler's SEC Exciter Hardware
« Today at 02:58 AM by Loki67671 »
In case anyone might be interested in building and testing some of these devices I'll post details of the builds that were available and also some of my own bench made boards. I also have copies of the original documentation and many of Stiffler's papers discussing some of the various avenues of energy research Stiffler followed.

Here I've photographed the top and bottom of my SEC-18e board (I have to dig my SEC-15x boards out of storage) Note: If I can upload pdf files or email them to you guys then I have that too. The SEC-18x documentation is pretty comprehensive and definitely shows close top and bottom photography and also component placement data along with working schematics and operational information.

Also photographed is a board that I made which allows me to run up to 5 transistors in parallel (which by the way is a very difficult thing to accomplish as the the transistors parameters must be perfectly matched) but it runs well. Doesn't necessarily need to be pretty to work.

There is also a document that speaks to the generation of HHO via an electrostatic electrolyser that some of you might be interested in. It is an avenue I definitely intend to investigate further. Especially since SEC electrolysis cells can be made to run in the milli-ampere range. I definitely need to set up test apparatus for measuring gas production.     



could print a smaller version and test in water ; though water's not compressible, so I'm not sure it would be as good... but I really think that expanding from high pressure to lower pressure is a cooling effect - ... maybe it's 'laminating' as in making more laminar... some would call that makeing it coherant.  but if that was the case where would the heat go
the circular path of tubes would be very little resistance except where the sheer flat surface has to accelerate the win, and then the boundary effect off of that... but once it's all moving in basicaly the same direction  all of that goes away ?
I can't see how an outward centrifugal force would put a load on a motor?  when it's just trying to maintain speed... I mean it would be a more massive flywheel ... but I'd think a clever pulse motor drive would make this really efficient.
(re ripple fan)
was thinking like bamboo sticks... chipped in small segments could be glued intermittantly between subsequent disks instead of trying to 3dprint multiple layers... it's already got a significant overhang (up to 45 degrees... though it is fairly 'thick' there....
HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / 8XA 9XB 9XA DUAL VARIAC DESIGNS
« on October 14th, 11:39 AM by securesupplies »

Documenting the methods can be applied to main circuits

open to discussion

Thank you Mr Valentin Petkov /valyonpz

HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: EPG NEW SLIDE FOUND
« on October 14th, 08:17 AM by securesupplies »
YEs we would love to see sec  shared and kept alive
nice idea d3x0r
8 I can be reached there too... @d3x0r will make it blink I'm pretty sure...
This chat seems to be down.
So we know... tesla turbine?
Exhale fan?

I think I can do one better...
I really need local help with a 3d printer; can pay... :) *nudge nudge wink wink*
I have an STL ?

It's really just one plate that can be flipped upside down...
Other than it needs a separator between each plate. (part of assembly?)

The frequency of the ripples related to the size of it and separations I'm sure are relative to their designed medium?  (Air flow, as in a fan... )

It's inspired by Viktor Schauberger Replusine...

Each chamber inside is alternating large/small chamber.  The outer most tube will have a large inertia to leave out the final medium slot... the inside and outside widths between the plates are all the same... being a 0 on the sin (-1 to 1) ...

The outer tube will generate the most vaccuum.. Internally I considered adding a fin-ridge (would overcomplicate a 3d print) that would cause half the flow to just tube-vortex within each open chamber... (not that it won't already be that sort-of). 

I also considered maybe just 2 layers, and a outer inward curl on the outlet which wold cause a self circular vortex.... hopefully ejecting when 'full?'  or would it just end up spilling out?

I have tried to put the stl model into a few aerodynamic simulators but have had no luck getting meaningful results... there's a lot of setup required in most of them actually.

Also inspired by tunnel system under the bosnian pyramids that have large chambers with thinner passages between the thick chambers which causes a circulation of air naturally without fans...  but I haven't found a lot of investigation in that sort of design, modern mining is all done with air vents and deep positive pressure(?) Could be a deep negative pressure I guess, always drawing in from the hallway?

Also this is what the lily impeller is to water... as a compressable medium it seems air is more motivated by vacuum than by pressure...

(I've said a lot of little things that I take for granted one should already know; but Don't know which you don't know.)
HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: EPG NEW SLIDE FOUND
« on October 13th, 07:56 AM by Loki67671 »
Awesome stuff right here. I've always been intrigued by Meyer and his work with water.

Stiffler had some very interesting HHO production experiments and systems going on too. I think one was even offered as licensed for production. It's actually one of things that drew my attention to his work initially. A topic I have meant to return to in fact. You guys and gals have accumulated a serious body of work in this place.