pics of the tank/parts

nbq201

pics of the tank/parts
« on May 26th, 2012, 08:20 PM »
Not sure if this had been discussed already, but I'll mention it, just in case it helps a little bit more.   I did some screen captures of  the gastank and some of the parts from the new video of Stan that was released last year.  The "Red Gastank" is what was used as a Harwood Industries (http://www.eharwood.com/) "Fuel Cell" for Racing (replaces standard gas tank for safety). I've attached a picture of an old tank someone had forsale so you can compare the two.  That company no longer make this type of tank, but it was used by Stan as his Watertank.  

I belive this is right from the Myer drawings I've seen, but feel free to correct me if I am wrong.

 It looks like the Steam Resonator is the Derlin material are a set of rods that are attached to metal bars that are slotted on each side and wraped around (but seperate polarity poles) to the top of the unit.   The purpose of this unit is to (quoting sales manual) "Produce Superheated Steam by way of Polar-voltage stimulation".   So he is creating steam from the water to use as a source in the NEW (last) system version he created to inject into the water injectors. I don't think this can be understated.

It is Interesting to note, just as a sideline  Another inventor that used water, Herman Anderson, stressed that you cannot use this as a fuel unless it's converted fog - to quote him:  "spray is no good, it put's it out", "... this impinges the water, against a plate and mixes it into a fog, and that mixes perfectly with hydrogen"

The other unit with a flat bar and screws appears to be the water level indicator, which was hooked to a gauge on the dashboard to show the water level.  What is interesting is that the red tank does not show any leads hooked up to these terminals, but a silver (possibly older) version of this tank does.


securesupplies

RE: pics of the tank/parts
« Reply #1, on May 27th, 2012, 12:21 AM »

Nice Thread Thank you for Posting

Dan

nbq201

RE: pics of the tank/parts
« Reply #3, on May 27th, 2012, 09:27 AM »Last edited on May 27th, 2012, 09:50 AM by nbq201
Thanks.  Yes he does keep talking about "Water Mist" being first injected into the combustion chamber by the Injectors.  If you were generating Steam to form this mist it would make sense. The Steam Resonator Pulse Circuit will have to be checked out.

Also,
Anyone who has read his Patents and documents knows that his terminology
is a point of confusion.  Maybe he did this on purpose, I've noticed a few things while reading, which were confusing to me, so they must be confusing to all of you as well.

Output of Resonator Cavity - "Quenching Circuits/Tube" - Point Of Confusion.
In "Birth Of A New Technology" on Page 91,  What Stan calls a "Quenching Tube" with  "Quenching Circuits". Is term that isn't exact to what it is.
It looks just like a flexible, heat resistant tubing of some sort, with 5 individual tubes formed molded inside of the tube each with 6 holes/microdiscs inside going to each end (30 holes in all).  (The opening may have yet determined) made of
"Foam Material" according to the document.   If this is the case, then when
he refers to "Quenching Circuits" in the Water Injector, he's again merly talking
about the "Quenching Disc" and the kind of material Russ has found.
 
Hydrogen Gas Gun - "Solid State Laser"  - Point Of Confusion.
Inside of the Hydogen Gas Gun, What Stan calls a "Solid State Laser Assembly" and refers to "Semiconductor Laser" is actually seen on page 92 as a LED Cluster array with 22 Ohm Resistors, which according to the documents are PULSED by a Variable Pulse Generator.  Every picture I've seen of the Hydrogen Gas Gun has was appear to be Red LEDs on the inside.

He did have circuits to pulse the LEDs, as attached here for "HGG/Laser Pulse Control"

When he mentions "Other Non-Combustible Gases". I keep thinking of Nitrogen.

Anyway. Hope that helps.



I think I answered my own question.

If the "final" system is truly on Page 108, then it makes this makes more sense, mixed:

"Non-Combustible Gases" -> (Exhaust Gas)
"Water Mist"  (Steam Resonator/HGG "LED Primed/Pulsed"
"Ionized Air Gas" (Gas Processor)

Jeff Nading

RE: pics of the tank/parts
« Reply #4, on May 28th, 2012, 06:04 AM »
Quote from nbq201 on May 27th, 2012, 09:27 AM
Thanks.  Yes he does keep talking about "Water Mist" being first injected into the combustion chamber by the Injectors.  If you were generating Steam to form this mist it would make sense. The Steam Resonator Pulse Circuit will have to be checked out.

Also,
Anyone who has read his Patents and documents knows that his terminology
is a point of confusion.  Maybe he did this on purpose, I've noticed a few things while reading, which were confusing to me, so they must be confusing to all of you as well.

Output of Resonator Cavity - "Quenching Circuits/Tube" - Point Of Confusion.
In "Birth Of A New Technology" on Page 91,  What Stan calls a "Quenching Tube" with  "Quenching Circuits". Is term that isn't exact to what it is.
It looks just like a flexible, heat resistant tubing of some sort, with 5 individual tubes formed molded inside of the tube each with 6 holes/microdiscs inside going to each end (30 holes in all).  (The opening may have yet determined) made of
"Foam Material" according to the document.   If this is the case, then when
he refers to "Quenching Circuits" in the Water Injector, he's again merly talking
about the "Quenching Disc" and the kind of material Russ has found.
 
Hydrogen Gas Gun - "Solid State Laser"  - Point Of Confusion.
Inside of the Hydogen Gas Gun, What Stan calls a "Solid State Laser Assembly" and refers to "Semiconductor Laser" is actually seen on page 92 as a LED Cluster array with 22 Ohm Resistors, which according to the documents are PULSED by a Variable Pulse Generator.  Every picture I've seen of the Hydrogen Gas Gun has was appear to be Red LEDs on the inside.

He did have circuits to pulse the LEDs, as attached here for "HGG/Laser Pulse Control"

When he mentions "Other Non-Combustible Gases". I keep thinking of Nitrogen.

Anyway. Hope that helps.


 

I think I answered my own question.

If the "final" system is truly on Page 108, then it makes this makes more sense, mixed:

"Non-Combustible Gases" -> (Exhaust Gas)
"Water Mist"  (Steam Resonator/HGG "LED Primed/Pulsed"
"Ionized Air Gas" (Gas Processor)
Good info, thanks, Jeff.