(01-18-2010 02:43 AM)jbalat Wrote: Besides the rumours around the HHO community and some posts from watkykjy1 there is little evidence around that resonance after Stan Mayer has been achieved.
I wanted to start this thread to collate any existing and new data that can prove the resonance/overunity effect.
**** Can I humbly ask that if thomasbela, Fang and The Cell choose to participate that there is no abuse, slander, and personal attacks. I also ask that there is no technical attacks on anyone without absolute proof and not just opinion. We have had too much of that already and I dont really blame Mike for closing down the other thread. ***
So lets keep this technical.. Please post links to photos, videos, anything that can help to prove this one way or another etc...
Resonance in electrical circuits.
The following link gives a brief explanation of resonance.
Note in particular the parallel resonance circuit, or tank circuit. This circuit can generate very high localised current flow between a capacitor (in your case your HHO cell) and an inductor, maintained by a comparitively low input driving current, at the resonant frequency of the circuit.
Most circuits, such as Stan Meyers circuit appear to use series resonance which tend to use some form of electronics control to produce step voltage increase, producing much higher voltages than the applied voltage
If current flow is what causes electrolysis then the tank circuit would seem to be the most applicable to electrolysis.
On the other hand, as some propose, the main requirement is higher voltage, then series resonance would be the way to go.
So resonance is possible.
Main problem in obtaining resonance with hydroxy generation equipment is that your cell will vary in capacitance value with temperature, electrolyte strength, and actual cell design, so calculating and maintaining resonance can be difficult.
There have been some designs, some complex, some relatively simple, which have been placed on the web for circuits which, in one way or another will do this.
Seek and ye shall find.
Video on youtube, using parallel resonant circuit, self-calibrating for resonance.