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I am definately brain dead!
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gtkco Offline
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Toungue I am definately brain dead!
I can't believe I am asking this. As an example, I run a test and the results are 100ml HHO in 1 minute. The second test does 100ml in 45 seconds. I would say, "I had a 25% increase in production." If it did 100 ml in 1 min and 30 seconds, I would say, "I had a 50% decrease in production." If it did 100 ml in 3 minutes, I would say, "I had a 300% decrease in production." Is this right? My brain is no longer working!Sad
(This post was last modified: 12-15-2008 08:09 AM by gtkco.)
12-15-2008 08:09 AM
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RE: I am definately brain dead!
What kind of test is this? If it's cell output (LPM), it's low by hho standards. (You're not running h2, are you?)

100ml/60sec = 1.67 ml/sec (baseline)

100ml/45sec = 2.22 ml/sec 100*(2.22-1.67)/1.67 is a 32.9% increase

100ml/80sec = 1.25 ml/sec 100*(1.67-1.25)/1.67 is a 25.1% decrease

Why can't you slip in a bigger brain?

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12-15-2008 08:38 AM
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RE: I am definately brain dead!
Thanks Colchiro. Yep, I am brain dead. Actualy I am doing tests on a style that I hope to have do H2 only. Although, the dry cell with the config we descused many threads ago is what I would do now but I had already bought all the materials for this other system. The test generator that I am using for all of my freeze tests is similliar to the final model I am building. I do all my output tests in 100ml increments and time them. I am getting close to writing up my results when I had my brain lock. BTW, it looks like I have a workable elite mix down to 5F. I am still attempting to get down to -10F for you polar bear types. But the top of my acrylic test gen cracked so I have to rebuild it to finish the freeze tests. At any rate, thanks for the bigger brain.
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12-15-2008 04:05 PM
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RE: I am definately brain dead!
New Poll: Is gtkco brain dead?
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12-15-2008 05:39 PM
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Before or after the bigger brain?Hmm

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12-15-2008 05:42 PM
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Ohhhh man. This is a tough crowd! You are definately a bunch of smarty pants!Wink
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12-15-2008 07:27 PM
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Internet people tend to say what they won't say to your face. They do get rough sometime.
12-16-2008 07:15 PM
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... and people who make their living from the Internet are the worst.Wink

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12-16-2008 07:24 PM
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