This Video Explains how to avoid FARADAY STYLE ELECTROLISIS  AKA diaelectric break down

 

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The System uses no electrolytes as electrolytes or salts will cause amp draw or dead short and hence that would be normal electrolysis. 

We must understand electrostatic  method we pulse through a  choke or amp restricting  ballast just like a  flouro light started works. 

we pulseat 5 khz and  break with a gate 1 to 3 sec. Voltage build up on the outter cathode tube  and forms a de electric voltage layer or di electric build up  barrier. 

during gate voltage is off but cell keep producing so if you pulse for 1 sec cell is producitn 4 seconds

haveing the gate also help avoid the dead short moment and thus stop amp draw from occuring. 

the otheer advantage of this method is water does not get grounded so the water does not  earth or ground and thus becomes posivitie charged and gives up electrons stopping the wate rmolecule from reforming

this make GTNT a explosive form 2 x the valve of normal implosive hho. 

these are the basics. 

there are  12 versions + the basic version 8xa 9XB 9xa 10xa are very easy to replicate. 

Stan Meyer

Where and How to Start

 

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Step 1 paper and pen

 

Goal you have to plan to build something that can be advanced and progress, so you will need to factor these parts into your build

so you can measure them and advance them.

 

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and So it Begins

 

People just don't understand just changing one thing like the 
gap distance of the cell how much it changes all the math 
involved in getting pre diaelectric break down setting measured and set for each electrolyzer or cell. 

 

There is no way 1 group can do all the math for people with different setups.  

We must do that as teams and clubs.

 

Build a Work Shop invite people to it show them teach them keep this guid open on your phone or tablet reffer to it.

Help dealing with and setting up  helping people with different setups.

 
That is the main reason I set up a team and many many fb groups

so a  few that would build the same setup as a bench mark. For other to scale or replicate

 
Here is what people needs to study on to get a start of understand all this.

1: Basic Transformers
2: Impedance and impedance matching
3: Mutual inductance
4: Impedance Transformation
5: L-C circuits series and parallel
6: Pulse Forming Networks (PFN)'s
7: Modulators
8: Inductance Coupling

 

These are just a few important things you will have to teach yourself.

 

I wish people would not just look at Stan's Vic and start wrapping coils of wire on bobbins. 

You need to look at what every coil is doing and how Stan has it placed on the 2 c cores. 

 

That alone will answer a lot of question for you.

 

Seriously, the way they are placed on the c cores is like given it a set of instruction 

when a pulse hits the primary. 

 

It knows just exactly what to do all on it's on all the way to the cell.

If you change any thing or rearrange it in any way you give it a set of different instruction to preform.

 

Example the Primary and L1 choke is 100% coupled because it is on a solid core of
 it's own and the Secondary and L2 is 100% coupled because they are on a Solid core of it's own. 

 

What brings all the coupling together is two things. 
1: The gap between the two cores used.  it is possible to hve gap ony one sideand tune that gap.

2: The water gap between the Cells

 

These are the other two couplings that brings the coils together. 

 

Without both of these working correctly the VIC will not preform it's instruction designed into it.
I  hope this little bit of information helps someone concerning the VIC.

 

 

 

 

 

1 PWM, to switch

 

2 Voltage switch from 24volt to transformer, and side connect to pwm (can be connected to accelerator )

 

3 voltage doubler from stator before regulator to make is 24 volt to switch, pwm 12 volt, you may want to get a spare stator and have me rewind it to bigger amp and volt capacity stock bike stators can burn out quick

 

4 Add a transformer after switch to cellyou can tune transformer to cell,

 

5 have choke on each side of cell circuit to inhibit ampsthe cokes are where every one has trouble balancing if plats are same size the chokes are same winds if the cell is tub that means the inner has less surface than out and on choke for inner need less winds smaller area and resistance etcuse that method and you will have best result and be able to advance it

 

6 use check valve not bubbler

 

7amp meter, volt meter

 

8 for cell use plate first by wet cell ,can be perforated or mesh (hex) this way you can measure the parameter of the plate and cell and advance don't circulate Water, Only fill when required.

 

9 Air intake ionize the air intake with leads and remove electons from incoming air with extraction cicuit, restrict air (more and more to tune and increase hho (H and O (ionized))

 

 

10 Meter mix a % Exhaust Re feed ( EGR Valve Car/Bike etc)

 

 

I have kept this simple on purpose if you what all the extra expanded info see www.securesupplies.biz

 

 

I hope that helps I am working hard on these parts from builders and have the switch for sale and pwm

( with many variations coming) Dan

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