Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is? And Testing

securesupplies

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #100, on May 31st, 2012, 09:00 AM »Last edited on May 31st, 2012, 09:06 AM by securesupplies
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I found this one very interesting,
http://www.indiamart.com/ceramtecag/products.html

Look at this membranes?
normally membranes make high purity hydrogen, which is important for electric fuel celll as oxygen shortens then life of them,  the more we learn more I think it is not important to be ure nor in a gas for so acutally have membrane may be wrong direction for on board manufacture,  it it more likey to be closer to ohmasa gas
saturated water or steam that goes to injector, but interesting to note these membranes any way
Ceramcell india


 
ceramtec ag’s expanded portfolio of products for solid oxide fuel cells (sofc) comprises both electrolyte (esc) and anode supported (asc) cells. The asc range of products features three types: asc-lsm (lanthanum strontium manganite), asc-lscf (lanthanum strontium cobaltite ferrite) and asc-hc (half cell). The cells are based on ceramtape, a flexible ceramic designed for multilayer technology. Cerampaste, the paste program developed in-house at ceramtec, ideally complements the company’s range of products.
the ceramtec electronic applications division develops solid oxide fuel cells (sofc) under the name ceramcell. Ceramtec ag’s electronic applications division has been actively involved in the development of components for solid oxide fuel cells since as early as 1990 and today delivers the heart of the systems – the cells. These developments and the related experience make ceramtec ag a preferred project partner. This is why ceramtec ag signed a long-term cooperation agreement with the german subsidiary of the australian company ceramic fuel cells ltd (cfcl), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solid oxide fuel cells, on february 1st, 2008. The agreement is valid until december 31st, 2011.
ceramcell asc
ceramcell esc
cerampaste
ceramtape
 



~Russ

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #101, on June 5th, 2012, 03:30 AM »
Check this sweetness out guys!

This is my buddy pual. He has been helping where he can and is normaily at te live shows!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEv2Y9ok6cw

We will start up some more gas soon for those and some other stuff I have to test! :)

~Russ

Hhydrogen4power

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #102, on June 6th, 2012, 07:41 PM »
Nice work on the drawings. Once you see them in 3D it gives you a better idea whats going on. There is an injector for fuel oil on the market that uses some of the same principles. I have one and will try to photo it for the group. It just has the fuel flow not the electrode. The nice thing about it is you can buy one and run your gas threw it for testing. My feeling is it could be cuppled to an electrode assembly for testing the concept of on demand. There is somethings to think about when making a water injector. We need pure gass to inject, if it spits water it will sputter or just stop he reaction. The other issue is pressure, I think the pressure should be around 3000 psi to avoid just making steam from the heat of the plugs location. This would take a second control to open the injector. I is hard to rap around the idea of an open ended injector working. I am here for this technology as strong as the next man:However i would not want to see someone just copy this without looking at the reality that your not copying a proven unit. Locate a new direct injection injector and you will understand what i am talking about.

I dont post much but i do like what Russ has put togeather and the work you are all doing. It will pay off in some fashion. We have a stronger start than the "Cold Fusion" group. There big mistake was asking for validation from the scientific community. I think it is smart to do our own validation. Keep up the good work, we will get there.

David A. Puchta
Hhydrogen4power  Youtube
1-858-381-7923 Direct






Jeff Nading

RE: Stan's "Quenching Disk" what it is?
« Reply #103, on June 6th, 2012, 07:52 PM »
Quote from Hhydrogen4power on June 6th, 2012, 07:41 PM
Nice work on the drawings. Once you see them in 3D it gives you a better idea whats going on. There is an injector for fuel oil on the market that uses some of the same principles. I have one and will try to photo it for the group. It just has the fuel flow not the electrode. The nice thing about it is you can buy one and run your gas threw it for testing. My feeling is it could be cuppled to an electrode assembly for testing the concept of on demand. There is somethings to think about when making a water injector. We need pure gass to inject, if it spits water it will sputter or just stop he reaction. The other issue is pressure, I think the pressure should be around 3000 psi to avoid just making steam from the heat of the plugs location. This would take a second control to open the injector. I is hard to rap around the idea of an open ended injector working. I am here for this technology as strong as the next man:However i would not want to see someone just copy this without looking at the reality that your not copying a proven unit. Locate a new direct injection injector and you will understand what i am talking about.

I dont post much but i do like what Russ has put togeather and the work you are all doing. It will pay off in some fashion. We have a stronger start than the "Cold Fusion" group. There big mistake was asking for validation from the scientific community. I think it is smart to do our own validation. Keep up the good work, we will get there.

David A. Puchta
Hhydrogen4power  Youtube
1-858-381-7923 Direct
Good words on the validation point David, I agree, Jeff.:D

~Russ