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rharris

Member since 5/1/2008 9:13:35 AM
Hydrogen only measurement?
Posted: 6/17/2008

Hello all!
Has anyone measured the results of splitting the HHO into Hydrogen (one side) and Oxygen (another side)?
 
HH and O would indicate that two parts Hydrogen and 1 part Oxygen gives you about 66% Hydrogen production if all things were equal.
 
I'm still in R&D for producing a Hydrogen only cell - or at least one that produces 90% Hydrogen and 10% oxygen.
So far I'm at around 80% Hydrogen only and 20% Oxygen at 15 amps I can produce just about 1 liter of pure Hydrogen a minute - the rest is dumped out.
 
I know the SMACK design seems to be dominate due to simplicity and easy of access to parts needed, but at 1.7 Liters a min, how much of that us useable combustible Hydrogen gas?
Dividing 1.7 Liters by 3 (based on HH+O) actually shows more of a 1.1 Liter a minute production rate of Hydrogen, being mixed at the same time with about .6 liters of Oxygen (which almost cancels out the use of Hydrogen unless you modify your vehicles electronics)
Has anyone measured?
 
From my experiments the production rate of each side (HHO) varies greatly based on what Anode, Cathode, and Catalyst you are using - and the distance between them.
The other side of this equation that everyone else seems to be quick to jump on is closer plates, more amps, and more catalyst for max pressure out of the tube.
This is so far off the bar in my mind it's seems backward.
 
I think we all need to look at the cell design itself mroe closely and first arrive at a place where pure Hydrogen is being used and not Hydrogen and Oxygen - it would sure uncomplicate the emissions part.
I'm not trying to cause histeria - just making observations based on my own research and numbers.
 
Given I'm not looking for HHO gas measurement combined, I'm looking for HH gas measurement alone.
Anyone? Bueller, Bueller?
 


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