Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator

securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #125, on March 12th, 2017, 01:26 AM »
There is a Link

Tony Wood side is quoted as from him and above as is ion x link to the thread,   

Glad your looking at this thread now , preserving and sharing data is open source and paramount.
none of us are getting any younger.

Dan

Matt Watts

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #126, on March 12th, 2017, 01:31 AM »
Quote from securesupplies on March 12th, 2017, 01:26 AM
none of us are getting any younger.
Just build me a working OTC-X1 and I'll forgive you for everything.    :giggle:

securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #127,  »
Wow Merry Christmas Every One seam we have another bit of information for the puzzle

HYDRONIC SYSTEM Except the tube are not in concrete they are meyer tubes

Enjoy < Hope people post working circuit videos and open source circuits God Bless Dan


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OjUbUpP4-ww
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #129,  »

       A Closer Step for sure more to do but  just another step closer
     
        Share circuits work and video testing circuit on tubes we have a few retired guys trying

        Dan
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #130,  »Last edited
This Gentleman  made a pretty cool fast Switching system

it may kick off a path to adapt it for a Stan Meyers Resonator for steam

1 we would replace the core with vic with chokes on each side.
2 replace copper pipe to be inner outer tube
3 some study suggest put dbd barrier /or in side tube quartz liner to increase magnetism effects in between the tubes
4 we may need a offer  between the alternating square waves so a slight time delay  or rest

I put his blog here for all to read

http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Powerful-Induction-Heater/

Gerber attached

time delay mentioned by petlov here


https://youtu.be/SgpcBRbnyTE

Would be great to  see a circuit finally  be put out that contract the basic as stan did for resonator
 and heat

All the Best Dan
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #131,  »
just looking closer and closer h bridge is driver ,
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #132,  »
Snippet from other four, irond the meyer graphic here is just showing 2 VIC that is switched back and forth, to make the water vibrate and warm up due to friction. he shows the circuit flip flops back and forth. what is not shown here is the flip flop has a space in between each flip and flop. so the circuit is more in depth then what he showed.

After Navs Recent study of relax times I wonder? if it is tau 3 secs too
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #133,  »
hi did you have this pic I can seam to see it now

Dan

CaptainPlanet2018

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #134,  »
This makes me finally see the basic view of what stan meyer is creating, everything is found by accident.

From tesla3.com

However before we discuss Cavity QED, we first need to examine history. In 1840, Lord Armstrong observed that when steam escaped from boilers an electrical charge was produced. This phenomenon was termed steam electricity. Faraday conducted extensive research into the phenomenon at the time. That was that for about 120 years, then in 1969, interest in steam electricity was renewed because of explosions caused by the ignition of vapors during the washing of oiler tankers with steam jets. Steam electricity is supposedly explained by the bubbles nucleated in the boiling of water droplets, behaving like resonant quantum electrodynamic (QED) cavities. During bubble growth as the bubble cavity resonance coincides with vacuum ultraviolet frequencies, the water molecules on the bubble walls dissociate by cavity QED into hydronium H3O+ and hydroxyl OH- ions. Available hydronium ions are repulsed from the positive charged bubble surface and tend to the center of the bubble forming a positive charged vapor; whereas, the available hydroxyl ions are attracted to the bubble surface. Bursting of the bubbles at the surface of the droplet produces positive charge steam and negative charged droplets. Scientists at the time figured out that the explosions only occurred when pure water was used in the steam jets. By adding a little olive oil to the water, they altered the PH and the steam could no longer hold a charge, so the explosions stopped occurring. In theory, if it’s good enough for blowing up ships, it should be good enough for running an engine. Steam electrification caused by the separation of hydronium and hydroxyl ions in bubbles is commonly observed in atmospheric electricity, thundercloud electrification, waterfall electricity and the Leidenfrost phenomenon.

securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #135,  »Last edited
I believe Stan Used the Resonator to  Melt ice
I believe Stan used resonator to make nano bubbles
I believe water must stay cool to touch .
I do not believe Stan made any for of steam
I Believe Positive Charge is important to keep the water fuel effect once it grounds out
to _ surface ambient air or a bubbler or salts there is no fuel any more.

THIS COMES AFTER 15 YEARS STUDY

I answered here
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=2785.msg51238#msg51238

CaptainPlanet2018

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #136,  »
Quote from securesupplies on November 30th, 2018, 10:44 PM
I believe Stan Used the Resonator to  Melt ice
I believe Stan used resonator to make nano bubbles
I believe water must stay cool to touch .
I do not believe Stan made any for of steam

THIS COMES AFTER 15 YEARS STUDY

I answered here
http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=2785.msg51238#msg51238
Science is not based on belief
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #137,  »
At average atmospheric pressure, the expansion ratio between water in its liquid form and steam is 1:1700. This means that under ideal conditions, 1 part of liquid water expands to 1700 times the volume as steam when boiled.
now electrify that steam and explode it in a cylinder.
makes sense when you think about how much mileage he got.

Matt Watts

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #138,  »
Quote from CaptainPlanet2018 on December 2nd, 2018, 04:06 PM
Science is not based on belief
It makes me laugh when I read in a patent the words, "those skilled in the art".   :-D

CaptainPlanet2018


securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #141,  »
nice videos
thanks

I have seen this Joe Cell one do we have any docs on the silver spoon trick ?
Dan

Matt Watts

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #142,  »
Found this.  Seemed relevant.

https://vimeo.com/13324978

Lynx

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #143,  »
Quote from Matt Watts on February 22nd, 03:09 AM
Found this.  Seemed relevant.

https://vimeo.com/13324978
I still can't for my life fathom why not all his builds were duly replicated, down to the last detail/component, for posterity to tinker around with until someone else strikes gold.
Or maybe I'm just naive, so be it.

HMS-776

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #144,  »

It's hard to get things done together when we're spread all over the world, we all have different levels of resources and understanding. That being said working together has given us so much more than any of us could have achieved alone. I think as long as people are contributing in some way to further the understanding that's great.

On to the Steam Resonator...Anyone seen this drawing?

Matt Watts

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #145,  »
Sure looks like a push-pull transformer schematic to me.  Made lots of these, only I didn't use resistive wire, which suggests Stan learned something about copper not being an optimal conductor in his devices.

securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #146,  »
how can we progress this circuit

1 can we draft one close to stans for play and post 
2 is a modern ultra sonic driver circuit similar can can we make voltage based one

Dan

Belfior

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #147,  »
I am sorry to barge into this thread, but just a small question...

I thought Mayer had a tubular "transformer" that was pulsed with "something" to get way more hydrogen out of water than any equation we have permitted? Is there a possibility that his system based on sound? Like the Australian guy who "boiled" water with an ultrasonic device. His invention was "debunked" buy a guy who said that water temp was only 60 deg celcius. Could you cavitate water with ultra surround to separate hydrogen?

I had an idea of cavitating liquid helium mixed with liquid hydrogen and then using ultra sound to cavitate a bubble in it like in the "star in a jar". There might be a slight problem with keeping the temperature at -270C if the bubble is 6000C. Maybe you can just cavitate Heavy Water and deuterium and tritium that will form in it at some point will fuse into Helium4. No need for difficult temperatures and the temp actually helps in forming tritium.

I was just watching this guy that is building magnetic buffers to contain fusion and it was costing millions. I thought there is a career AND a pension plan. Totally human way of thinking and why is he not just cavitating the liquid and the collapsing bubble is a self containing?

securesupplies

Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #148,  »
blue rose is a common result we have seen
Re: Stan Meyer's Steam Resonator
« Reply #149,  »
cavitate to h1 h2 into water body like a fish vibrate to take o2 out we just reverse program and put h1 h2 in = water fuel