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  1. Default Standard method of comparing reactor output

    I am using a common kit to produce HHO and am curious how it compares to other systems. I have calculated efficiency based on watts per liter per minute. With my current 48v system I am producing 15LPM at 45A giving me 144w per lpm. So far I havent found a better kit than the ones at DrFission.com but I am curious to see if anyone is getting a better result than 144w/lpm. Does anyone else use this method for calculating efficiency? Does anyone know of a reactor that can produce a liter per minute at less than 144w?

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    Quote Originally Posted by markquestion View Post
    I am using a common kit to produce HHO and am curious how it compares to other systems. I have calculated efficiency based on watts per liter per minute. With my current 48v system I am producing 15LPM at 45A giving me 144w per lpm. So far I havent found a better kit than the ones at DrFission.com but I am curious to see if anyone is getting a better result than 144w/lpm. Does anyone else use this method for calculating efficiency? Does anyone know of a reactor that can produce a liter per minute at less than 144w?
    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 greater volumes of output gas at lower wattage by adding energy to the electrolyte from outside sources.

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    Adding energy to the electrolyte? How can this be accomplished?

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    Default There are several ways.

    Quote Originally Posted by markquestion View Post
    Adding energy to the electrolyte? How can this be accomplished?
    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 80C to reduce the resistance of the mix and the needed over-voltage for adequate electrolysis. Of course you must run the generator under pressure to reduce or eliminate the liquid boiling and causing excess steam.

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    Yes, it didnt occur to me but output does increase once the system reaches operating temp.

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