Injector Stanley Meyer

 

TO GET THE  NON THERMAL EXPLSOIVE EFFECT  2x TNT 2 x HHO, YOU MUST MAKE SURE NOT TO GROUND YOUR WATER OR NANO BUBBLES in the Nano Bubble Water  OF H2 O2. MAny have tried putting steam water through inject the only water that works is positive charge groudn injector and nano bubble water fuel
Stanley A Meyer Injector
Stanley A Meyer Injector

It is expected that Stan Dissolved gases into the water  ( like how a fish get o2 out) see japan techno 

it is expected Stan Vacuumed through injector 

it is expected the tank  was pressurized and vented gas and cooled water returning from injectors.

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Stanley A Meyer Injector Ceramic Macor

Stan Meyer Injector Update. Machinable Glass Ceramic is here and going out to the man who will Finish machining The Injector. You can find this part here: https://www.mscdirect.com/product/details/31959745?item=31959745

Stanley A Meyer Injector Ceramic Macor

In terms of thermal explosive energy-yield (gtnt) under dynamic pressure of compression approximately 7.4 (µl) microliter of a liquid-volume of a water droplet per injection cycle is all that is required to run the Dune Buggy 1600cc 50hp VW I.C. engine at 65 m.p.h. on the open road; whereas, a typical 325 hp diesel I.C. truck-engine would require about 48.1 (µl) microliters of a water droplet per injection cycle to accomplish the same open road performance. (see WFC Water vs Gasoline Energy Content Equations (memo WFC 429). " 

Pay Special Attention it is all about the positive ground 

Stanley A Meyer Water Spark Injector

All information is hereby released into the public domain for public use.

 

"Ere many generations pass, our machinery will be driven by power obtainable at any point in the universe. . .it is a mere question of time when men will succeed in attaching their machinery to the very wheelwork of nature." - Nikola Tesla

 

What follows is what I did. I don’t recommend that you do it. It’s dangerous. So don’t do it. But if you do and you (or anybody in your vicinity) gets zapped, it’s your own fault.

 

Read Everything, then read some more - - - - The inverter is physically and electrically isolated from vehicle ground. Because of this, the only path for 120 VDC is through the dipole created across the spark plug gap.

 

OK, the Nexus hot wire is connected directly to the engine block, but it’s relative. Just don’t use your inverter for making coffee. 120 VAC from the inverter is directed through a MOT (microwave oven transformer) primary to a half wave rectifier.

 

The MOT secondary is not used. A MOT secondary has one side tied to the transformer core, so I placed a wire nut on the secondary HV output and gave it a few coats of tool dip – just to make sure. Without the MOT in series with the input, the plasma arc shoots out two or three inches and welds the anode and cathode of the plug together in short order. So if you decide to disregard my advice and play with this, be careful.

 

The MOT can easily be configured into a saturable reactor, which should allow for variable control of the current. The diodes are all 1N5408 rated at 800V and 3 amps each. They are available through Newark: http://www.newark.com/58K9608/semiconductorsdiscretes/product.us0?sku=fairchild-semiconductor-1n5408&_requestid=75114 for a very reasonable cost – like 150 diodes for around twenty bucks. Newark provides quick shipping and excellent customer service.

 

The capacitor is 12.5 uF, 250 volt and was taken from the same microwave as the MOT. I don’t think the capacitor values are critical. It’s just in there to keep DC from going away for half an input cycle. The negative side of the rectified 120 V is directed through a string of diodes sufficient enough to block the ground path (remember, nearly anything looks like ground to HV) through the circuit that the HV from the engine coil will see. The lazy HV will take the easiest path, you know.

 

This will vary with the application. Too few diodes and we don’t get a spark across the plug. I have two strings of 60 diodes in parallel to provide 48KV of blocking at 6 amps current. I don’t need two strings because the max current I’ve seen through the Nexus circuit is quite a bit less than an amp even with a two inch arc shooting out the plug.

 

I’m running four plugs in the VW camper van, and all those anodes are connected to the same dipole feed wire from the Nexus supply, which results in spark plug cross fire. To eliminate crossfire, I installed 7 diodes in series with each individual dipole feed wire. The dipole created across the plug gap creates a nexus to the void – but you knew that, right?

 

That’s where the energy comes from, and that’s why the current drain on the Nexus supply is so low. I can explain all this (from my perspective, of course) if you’re interested, but before you ask, you should resolve the question: What has less resistance than a short? If you understand the dipole an

 

d the nexus contained therein, you’re on your way to even more interesting things

The Sections to Look at now are

 

Positive Earth is a must do and controlling the way the injector stay energized and than sparks is very important ,

as we do not want to ground back electrons on negative earthed surfaces to our water fuel or gas fuel.

we want to keep them +to + and  unstable missing electrons.= GTNT

Stanley A Meyer Injectors Firing Spark Circuit Figure 4-30 shows the pulse to solenoids

I asked Don Gabel about those years ago. Stan has a picture in the TB where those are labeled VIC's.
Don said no they are just connection points that were not used and had caps over them if I remember correctly. They may have been connection points for the VIC but no one seems to know for sure.

If your talking about the solenoid coils there is a drawing/schematic that shows they are 25 ohms, not sure of the wire size though.

In this Video we note the check valve from a greese nipple. We know the the screw on attachment need to be a cone inside so some improvement need to be made but here we show basic
Stanley A Meyer Injector Water Spark plug
Stanley A Meyer Injector Water Spark plug
Stanley A Meyer Injector Water Spark plug
Stanley A Meyer Water Fuel Injector
Stanley A Meyer Injector Water Spark plug
Stanly A Meyer  Injector

Stan had a card extension board that would plug into any card slot to allow the main card to be extended outside the box to tune any on board internal pots or adjustments.

 

Once the card was properly tuned and or adjusted the card was removed from the card extension and placed back into it's slot and the card extension was placed back into It's slot.

 

The card extension was designed for anyone of the cards to be removed and plugged into it and it still function outside the box.

 

We will not be using the card extension in our design. Nor will our boards plug into a back plate,

 

They will have plugs with extended wire in order to get the boards outside the box for adjustment.

All Fuel including Nano Water fuel must be a dry fog to ignite easily .

We know the surfaces and methods must maintain a positive charge and not ground or give back electrons to our water fuel.

Spark Gas  Spark plug Frequency color measuring 

 

 

I would suggest using a silicon PIN photodiode with a clear window like BPX65 

BPX65 is so good that it can even be used for individual photon counting, so have no fear over sensitivity. It is also very fast with risetimes down to 3.5 nanosecond in some configurations.

To use BPX65 - or similar, cheaper, PIN photodiodes with clear lenses - you will have to operate your spark gap in total darkness, perhaps by putting a hood over it, or by doing the experiments at night with the room light switched off! 

You could mount your PIN photodiode in one end of a light-proof plastic tube (to keep the diode away from the spark field) and have the spark gap in a light proof enclosure at the other end. 

BPX65 is one of those PIN photodiodes that almost went out of production, but sales have rebounded with a lot of new applications that didn't exist when it was first designed. Centronic now hold the rights in it, and its price has gone up. There are much cheaper silicon PIN photodiodes with clear windows on the market, that will work for you, though they may not have the full 1mm*1mm area of the BPX65 chip. Avoid PIN photodiodes with integral IR filtration, as these will absorb the violet and blue light of your spark spectrum. 

Checking other ways to measure, blue yellow and violet sparks on out put plug

 

 

Water (H2O) is made up of the elements hydrogen and oxygen. Both are used as rocket fuel. You may recall that the Hindenburg airship was filled with hydrogen gas and a spark caused it to burn to the ground in just seconds. Oxygen is required for any flame or combustion to occur.

When an electrical current passes through water, the hydrogen and oxygen become separated and escape as gasses. This process is referred to as electrolysis. You can demonstrate a simple form of electrolysis by holding the connection end of a nine-volt battery in a glass of water. Tiny bubbles will begin to form on each electrode, oxygen on one and hydrogen on the other. Higher electrical current will cause the gas to form much more rapidly.

I have seen a demonstration for school kids on TV where they cranked the handle of a small generator a few times then pushed a button to ignite the hydrogen/oxygen gas released from the water. This caused a small explosion which blew a ping pong ball high up through a clear plastic cylinder.

These facts indicate that it may be possible to build a motor that runs on water. A battery would be used as a source of electrical energy which would separate the hydrogen/oxygen into gases. The gasses would then fuel an internal combustion engine, which would power a generator to continously recharge the battery as well as deliver useable mechanical energy. If this sort of motor can be made to work, the energy crisis on this planet will be over forever.

Whether or not this device would produce more energy than that required to separate the gasses, and thus produce useful work, depends upon the efficiency of the gas separation process. Just as it would be impossible to light a large block of wood by holding a single match directly under the center of the block, if the bottom and sides of the block were first shredded into thin strips, that single match would then be capable of igniting the wood. In the same way, it may be possible to use a smaller amount of energy than expected to separate water into gases.

It has been demonstrated that in addition to electrical current passing through water, ultrasonic vibrations and radio waves are also capable of breaking the molecular bonds in water to release the hydrogen and oxygen. The design below uses a combination of ultrasonic vibrations and pulsed electrical energy (which just happens to produce radio waves as well) as a means for increasing the efficiency of the gas separation process. Below that are links to info on this and other forms of "free" energy, including videos of cars reported to run on water.

Ultrasonic Electrolysis

 

The above illustration shows the principle of how a combination of pulsed low voltage electricity and ultrasonic vibrations may result in the efficient production of hydrogen and oxygen gas from water. The device could be used as a constant source of hydrogen to fuel an internal combustion vehicle, or perhaps as a hydrogen injector at each cylinder. In other words, this device is intended to enable cars to use water as fuel, as well as power generators and provide essentially free, non-poluting energy for the entire world.

The resonant frequency of water is ~42.7khz. When water molecules vibrate at this frequency they tend to become unstable. In the above illustration a piezoelectric crystal is glued to the base of a hollow metal dome, which is attached to a flexible material (in this case, rubber). When stimulated by electric current the crystal will vibrate, which in turn will vibrate the hollow dome. The dome is surrounded by water, which will vibrate at the same frequency. This vibration will cause the water molecules to disassociate into hydrogen and oxygen gas. (Some literature indicates that water will disassociate at frequencies near 2.4mhz so this device also assumes that possibility.)

At the same time an electrical current is passed through the water, between the dome and the outer (metal) wall of the device, in pulses occurring at the resonant frequency of water. It is well known that water will separate into hydrogen and oxygen gas in the presence of an electrical current (hydrolysis) but it generally requires 3 times as much electrical energy to produce hydrogen than is available from burning the hydrogen. Efficiency is increased when the electrical current is pulsed through the water at the resonant frequency. The combination of both physical vibration and electrical pulsing should result in an even greater level of efficiency. The frequencies of both the vibrations and electric pulses should be adjusted experimentally to determine which combination of harmonic resonances are most efficient in disassociating the water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen gas.

It should be noted that there have been reports of large explosions when water is physically disassociated using ultrasonic vibrations. The explosive force reported is substantially greater than can be accounted for by the chemical burning of the hydrogen (in one case this was 29,000 pounds of pressure from 3 drops of water). Experimenters constructing this device should use appropriate caution.

I am an "idea artist" rather than a scientist, so I do not know if this device would produce more energy than used to operate it, but I expect it will do so with great efficiency. I have no plans to build one myself, but will be happy to discuss the mater with anyone seriously interested in constructing the device. I believe it is likely that similar devices already exist but have been suppressed by government, as many inventors in this field have been murdered or silenced in other ways. If you manage to get something to work well, my suggestion would be to publish the technical details broadly and agressively, and hope for compensation by understanding philanthropists.

 

 

Here are some other ideas that may increase efficiency of the water to gas separation process, and can be used with or without including the ultrasonic vibrations.

Using high voltage at low amperage. Rather than using low voltage as described above it may be more efficient to use higher voltage, as higher voltage will jump further across a gap. Just be sure to reduce amperage at the same time or current flow will increase and reduce overall efficiency. An automotive spark plug coil produces 30,000 volts or more and might be suitable for experimentation.

Heating the water. A thermostat regulated electrical circuit can be used to control 12 volt current to an automobile cigarette lighter element to heat the water entering the device. As water approaches the boiling point the molecules become less stable and may separate more easily into gas.

Electrolysis of steam. If the water boils it may be possible to get an electrical current to pass through the water vapor, which may or may not enable more efficient separation of the molecules into gasses.

Fine mesh electrodes. If a fine wire mesh (like copper window screen) were used as the electrodes the surface area in contact with the water would be far greater than using a solid plate of similar size. By placing the mesh panels very close to one another and alternating the poles so they are positive, negative, positive, negative, etc., this would reduce resistance to current flow in the water.

Combining mesh electrodes with bubbles. If air is injected into the bottom of a water filled area, and the mesh electrodes mentioned above were placed horizontally above the point of air injection, the bubbles would produce random variations in the volume of water between the positive and negative electrodes. This would act to reduce resistance to current flow in rapid fluctuations at random locations across the electrodes and perhaps produce more efficient separation. (Boiling the water at the base of the device might be the best way to create the bubbles, and if steam can be separated into gasses with electrolysis this would also do that.)

UPDATE: April 19, 2010

I received an email which made me aware that so called "cold fusion" is really just electrolysis of water, but the "water" is deuterium (heavy water) and the electrodes are made of palladium. Sometimes excess heat is generated and some people claim this is caused by atoms being fused together. But the excess heat occurs only at random times, sometimes not at all, and there is insufficient evidence to support that fusion actually occurs.

Here is a quote from the guy who wrote to me (Brandon).

"Cold fusion is a very poorly received phenomenon where the electrolysis of water using a palladium or other similar metal plate will very rarely spontaneously "combust" boiling off all the water, releasing neutrons and other nuclear radiation, and cause trace elements such as aluminum to appear on the surface of the palladium as if the palladium was split in a fission reaction."

If seems much more likely to me that "cold fusion" is actually "cold fission" where palladium atoms are split into smaller atoms. If aluminum is one of the byproducts, the other would have to be selenium. Palladium has an atomic mass of 106.42 and aluminum is 26.9815. The difference is 79.4385, and selenium has an atomic mass of 78.96. This would mean that an atomic mass of 0.4785 would have been converted to energy, which would account for the excess heat produced.

I have been unable to locate any information where aluminum has been deposited on palladium electrodes during electrolysis, but if this has occurred, the presence of selenium in the water would be evidence that "cold fusion" may in fact be "cold fission."

What this means for anyone constructing the device above is not only does one need to be careful to avoid massive explosions, but there is a chance that nuclear radiation may occur, which could kill the experimenter. I am guessing that no significant levels of dangerous radiation would occur if the water is not boiling, and radiation during cold fusion experiments has only been rarely detected, and then only in very small amounts. I simply feel it is important to be aware of these possibilities should your experiments produce high energy outputs.

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