Thanks again Matt,
I respectfully disagree. :P
Resistance is a must! bare with me..
we may be out of context in regard to each others tought.
your probably thinking of the impedance required in inductive coupling to Water Cell?
Im refering to the Water itself.. Stan Meyer said that the water becomes part of the circuit in the form of resistance!
water as a dielectric! water as a resistor!
If the water property loses the ability to resist current then we have conventional electrolosysis.
The power formula tells us that in order for the voltage to rise for a given watt, the resistance has to rise.
here is the problem, contaminates in water create dead short condition. voltage rises and resitance falls cousing watts to go up.
(by the way this is something i learnd here in the forums probably in previus chat we had)
how in the world are we to increase the water resistance?
so far in my personal experiments i havent been able to charge a water capacitor to significant levels using distilled water.
this tells me that there are so many parts per billion or million of contaminates present in the water bath. dont know the details of how many can creat the dead short condition. causing paralel path of current with in the inside of the cell that shorts out and drains the voltage.
but i know enough that its not holding a significant charge for a significant period of time. therefore how can i possible increase the voltage if the capacitor cant even hold a significant charge without discharging to under 2 volts?
I am not exploiting the real dielectric characteristic of the water.
In my case i need to fiqure out a way to either filter out the contaminates or clean the cells or purchase better quality distilled water.
This is the problem i see with water. Water is acting more like a semiconductor than a resistor or dielectric material
If we cant predict the resistance of water then how can we expect it to not become more conductive?
If the water becomes more conductive then how can i control the power bieng feed into it?
Resistance is what regulates the Power in watts bieng consumed by the cell. V = √W × Ω
The more Resistance we have in the cell the less power we will consume!
The more Resistance we have in the cell the higher the voltage potential across the plates.
The more Resistance we have in the cell the less current will flow in water bath.
The more Resistance we have in the cell the better we can match external circuit impedance.
With Resistance we will not have a Dead Short Condition in water bath :exclamation:
I would be dead wrong if i did not recognize the importance of total ciruit impedance, but i would be swiming against the
current avalache produced by the dead short if i did not recognize the importance of water dielectric.