TEST-S02E06 : Improvement of the parametric wave measured accross the WFC
The saison 2 of the Projet GEGENE (Great Efficiency GENErator)...
created on december 28, 2012 - JLN Labs - last update february 7, 2013
All informations and diagrams are published freely (freeware) and are intended for a private use and a non commercial use.
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February 6, 2013 - TESTS02E06 : This is the following of the TESTS02E05. The purpose of this test is to be the closest as possible to the parametric excitation wave which is able to broke the covalent bound of the water molecule as Stanley Meyer has discribed in his patent (see below) :

The Voltage Intensifier Circuit (VIC) uses the same components from the previous test, I have updated the previous diagram by adding a new ultra-fast switching diode (thanks to Milan Manchich for his suggestion). And effectivly, in this new setup, the measured signal accross the WFC is very similar to the Stanley Meyer's patent.

Below the updated diagram of the WFC-VIC 1.1

Here the setup of the TEST-S02E06 :

he function genarator N°1 modulate the function generator N°2 and the signal is sent to the power amplifier with a Mosfet transistor IRFP450 and powered at 30 V DC.
The pulsed voltage is sent to WFC via the two
ultra fast diodes HFA25PB60 and through the bifilar coil (L1,L2).

The resonance frequency has been tuned to 42.8 KHz modulated at 4.2 KHz with a DTC of 50%

Here the signal measured accross the WFC.

The amount of the gaz produced seems more important than the previous test..

Below a video of the test of the WFC-VIC v1.1

Comments : The new signal generated is more closer to the signal described in the Stanley Meyer's patent. This new setup seems to improve significantly the splitting of the water molecule. It is important to notice that I have not observed the warming up of the water.

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