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Just a thought
Hydrogen is produced from the negitive(-) side and oxygen is produced from the positve (+) side I am going to make 2 chambers 1 negitive(-) and the other positve (+),With a bridge for flow at the bottom of the chambers at the top of the + it should be all oxygen and top of the - should be all hydrogen just vent the oxygen side and pipe the hydrogen to intake.Dont know if this will work or not but I will try.
07-27-2008 10:23 AM
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Hydrodine built one. Check his posts for pics in a day or two.

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07-27-2008 11:02 AM
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cool I will thanks
07-27-2008 11:42 AM
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RE: Just a thought
Interesting....yet another thought, if you were to use an alternating current (or more specifically, alternate the polarity) then HHO would be generated across the entire cell (assuming that's what most desire)

Although I could see the benefit of introducing just hydrogen to the engine...you may no longer need to run an EFIE in this case...as long as you don't incur hydrogen embrittlement.

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07-27-2008 01:51 PM
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tesla Wrote:Interesting....yet another thought, if you were to use an alternating current (or more specifically, alternate the polarity) then HHO would be generated across the entire cell (assuming that's what most desire)

Although I could see the benefit of introducing just hydrogen to the engine...you may no longer need to run an EFIE in this case...as long as you don't incur hydrogen embrittlement.

Alternating current isn't practical. You need DC to run an efficient cell. AC will work under certain circumstances but you must drastically reduce the Hz cycle. It isn't really worth it because it is very low production anyway. It is much better to pulse the DC.
07-27-2008 05:53 PM
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