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    It won't matter in this case if you are running only a few amperes.

    Current is what produces the volume of gasses. If you are at or below the current flux density of an ampere per square centimeter ( rule of thumb to prevent plating action ), extra surface area is a...
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    Thanks for your Hydrogen related post.

    These are good questions that many people are trying to answer.

    I think the first concept we must define, is the place of hydrogen in an energy stream. Hydrogen is an energy carrier. Except for...
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    The low cost of fuel is certainly a big factor. ...

    The low cost of fuel is certainly a big factor. Also, the wild claims of magical properties and automotive success have been replaced by the reality that the technology is no more than what it is. ...
  4. Others have run into this phenomenon.

    Your conclusions are probably correct for the current density and stainless alloy you are using. An iron rod in an electric field becomes bi-polar (magnetic) over a period of time. The same is true...
  5. There are several ways.

    Some are under research such as light ( laser ). Others are in the realm of pseudo science such as magnetic or resonant fields. The most common one is simply temperature. I run my electrolyte at...
  6. One problem is the gas output can and does...

    One problem is the gas output can and does include a certain amount of water vapor. This can skew the calculations. Watt-minute per liter is a good measure of efficiency. And, reactors can produce...
  7. Torque should allow you to read your O2 sensor outputs.

    Maybe Torque Pro. But, it seems folks on Youtube are doing so.
  8. It would help if you knew more about modern engine tuning.

    It is simple to use a scanner in most OBDII systems to see the O2 sensor outputs as well as the fuel trim and ignition timing. Of course, you MUST know your particular engine system to be able to...
  9. You have incorrectly assesed the situation.

    The downstream O2 sensor does NOTHING to affect the engine operations.

    Also, you and others, repeatedly quote how too much HHO throws off the upstream O2 exhaust mixture. Please, clarify your...
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    An understanding of the process is also needed.

    You cannot make theoretical extrapolations of performance if you don't know how things work. I have read your page and am impressed with your efforts at understanding HHO effects. However, without...
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    This is a good discussion and I appreciate your lucid arguments.

    I am quite sure you are familiar with the classic division of energy distribution in a 4 cycle Otto engine. One third of the thermal energy goes to making actual power while a third is lost to...
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    Your concept is workable though some assumptions would make it a non starter.

    You are correct in assuming the dynamics of a Low Speed Diesel (LSD) are different than those of the aforementioned Detroit Diesel Class 8 tractor engine which is a high speed engine and benefits...
  13. Neither.

    The term is miss-used anyways. I have multiple individual cells. I'll have to figure out how to post some pictures to make it more understandable.
  14. No.

    I'm not selling anything like Dr. Fission is.
  15. It's no more dangerous than the gasoline in your car.

    Old style crystal Drano is pretty much 100% NaOH. I and others use NaOH with great success. Safety considerations not withstanding, it is as safe as any of the common electrolytes in use.

    And I...
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    I could vet the math but I am already a paid...

    I could vet the math but I am already a paid researcher in this very field and it would be a conflict of interest. Interesting reading none the less.
  17. I use Drano.

    Simple NaOH . Super saturated and with no problems whatsoever. Of course, I have a current controller, so mixing is not an issue. Anything less than super saturated electrolyte and you are...
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    This is a simple exercise.

    The more oxygen you have, the more fuel you can oxidize. 100% O2 and fuel has been tested in the past. The only problem is the much higher heat involved. Specialty materials such as ceramic...
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    Monoatomic Gold has little substance.

    First of all, monoatomic gold exists only in a high temperature gas. Otherwise, it will form compounds at room temperature.

    Most of the science surrounding this whole concept of mono atomic gold...
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    It is fine as an electrolyte as far as...

    It is fine as an electrolyte as far as performance is concerned. It is used in lead/acid batteries after all. It's main drawback is the safety surrounding it's use and disposal.
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    How did you perform your test?

    Your test for power and torque?
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    My generator is not what most call the "dry cells".

    I do not use plates as the large gasket areas cause leaks under pressure. Yes, I run my system at up to 4 atm to eliminate steam production at the elevated temperatures via elevated pressures. The...
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    All that matters is amperes per cell. Anything that contributes to that end cause increases your production and efficiency.

    I use a super saturated mix of NaOH and distilled water to reduce my...
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    These cars are not HHO cars. They are fuel cell...

    These cars are not HHO cars. They are fuel cell powered electric cars. What you are proposing is impossible by the losses imposed by nature.
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    High temperature electrolysis is done regularly in industry.

    Steam electrolysis is part of this. Any electrolysis benefits from the heat content added to the electrolyte before electrolysis begins so that the energy needed will be reduced.

    Simply Google...
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