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The following research paper is the first document in a sequence of material which will be used to create a complete course on pulsed DC resonant systems. This course will be coming to the Panacea University site soon. This research paper mean time intends only to out line the specific replication criterion which is necessary to duplicate Ravis water fuel cell results. All related faculty information, validation data and further details of the water fracture process will be included in the complete course material expected to be ready in late Ravi Raju is a registered open source engineer with Panacea and has recently disclosed his WFC replication success.
Ravis version is based on the old now upgraded Panacea university D14 plans. These plans originated from the disclosures and device of open source engineer Dave Lawton.
Dave, who spent much of his career at Britain's Rutherford Labs equiv. Lawrence Livermore designing and constructing instrumentation for high energy particle physics research, is far from the average 'tinkerer'. The difference between Ravis replication results and Daves is that Ravi built a bigger cell and conducted a gas flow meter test. This gas flow meter test proved with out any doubt that he had some thing closely related to Meyers original process. Thus it is only logical to assume that the pulsed DC resonant systems are not conventional electrolysis.
Nothing about this process involved in the Water Fuel Cell resembles electrolysis. There is no electrolyte used; there is NO current admitted to the water, in a proper system. No heating occurs in the water as it produces gas. As a result of Ravi disclosing his gas flow test on you tube, intimidation intended to interfere with his research resulted.
Ravi was un lawfully threatened. This prompted public action by the non profit organization and a reporting of this incident to the authorities by us. Currently our subscribers keep a public watch on Ravis and the organizations actions.
The public are needed to assist in this task to stop energy suppression, please subscribe to our news letter. Only consolidated in this task can we effectively prevent engineers from being harassed and enable them to freely present free energy research to the public. These engineers require grants, resources, faculty recognition and security. All this can be created in Panaceas proposed granted research and development center. For those able to help this effort, please Contact us.
Ravis version of D14 used bigger 9 inch tubes and a 9 tube set. This gave him a resulting lower input current of 0. Given the efficiency reports by Ravi this technology is an invaluable power management process which the mainstream faculties must benefit from. As an emission cutting device and power savings device alone, this technology justifies and needs law for its mandatory implementation.
This compound resonance has so far been evident in experimenters cells. There is an electrical resonance between the inductors Resonant Charging Choke coils , there is an electrical resonance within the electrode gap itself within the water, and, finally, there is an acoustical resonance between the cylindrical electrodes, which is somehow phase coupled to the electrical resonances.
The electrical resonance involves a phase delay between the pulses to the electrodes, which has the effect of inhibiting current flow into the cell; the acoustic resonance may be producing a standing wave which inhibits ion transport. Both of these contribute to dielectric breakdown in the water, which is where electrons are ripped from the water by voltage alone and as a result producing monatomic browns gas hydrogen in the process.
This concept and technology first surfaced in the 's, individuals such Dr. Henry Puharich showed that by molecular resonance the production of this gas are possible, as did Dr Yull Brown hence the name Browns gas. The reality of the hydrogen on demand process became self evident with the emergence of the Stanley Meyers water fuel cell patent, which showed that conventional electrolysis theory is incomplete and not the whole picture as Stanley Meyer was able to create enough hydrogen out of the water to run a car from as little as 13 volts and very little amperage.
Today this pulsed resonant DC hydrogen on demand process is still currently unknown and thought to be impossible by the mainstream faculties. What mainstream faculties must realize is that there is not one part of Water Fuel Cell operation which resembles conventional electrolysis.
Therefore the out puts are not expected to resemble faradays equations in any way. If you think how an opera singer is able to split glass with her voice, by the pitch and freq of sound waves, this is resonant with the glass and either splits, fractures or cracks the glass.
The simple way to explain what Stan Meyer is able to do is he is using electric frequency instead of sound to split the water from resonance created in the water by circuitry and steal cylinders. It is understood that Stan harnessed the voltage potential. There is still allot mainstream science doesnt not yet have in their curricula regarding voltage or electricity. For example Teslas Longitudinal and transverse waves.
Technically it is thought the gas results from an electromagnetic deformation of the ionized water molecule to Hydroxy HHO , in which the Hydrogen atoms are bound magnetically, at less than the o separation classically attributed to H2O. This results in a stronger magnetic polarization of the molecule, whereby it also carries an additional electrical charge, and is recovered upon combustion.
The complete preciseness of the physical mechanism involved is still not completely agreed upon today, however the technology works. You can see this in certain industrial welding equipment that use the unique properties of Brown's Gas. This has been commercially available for over 25 years, removing all doubt as to its existence. When the water fuel cell technology emerged In the '90s, it was assumed by the energy suppressors, one would suppose, that by murdering Yull Brown that Brown's Gas would disappear as a technical concept; or that with killing Stan Meyer and Puharich, the WFC would 'dry up and blow away' They certainly believed that if all THREE!
Were out of the picture; the water fuel issue would sink beneath the waves. Hybrid solar generators Environmental impact of the equipment Hydrogen generator Centrifugal Pump Hybrid solar generator Marketing Video Technical design 1. Problem statement Pisco is a small town located in Ica region about km south of Lima.
Its population exceeds people. One of its main economic activities is tourism because of their active beaches, Paracas national reserve, and fauna. Also, because Pisco is one of the principal harbors in Peru, fishing is very important for their economy.
On the other hand, Pisco is situated on a high risk seismic zone with frequent earthquakes, one of which was the 7. There were hundreds of dead and thousands of injured people, but the city hospital did not respond to the demand because of the damage caused by the earthquake and the lack of a backup system that could supply this energy demand.
This lack of support is a big problem because many lives could be lost if another earthquake of that magnitude shakes Pisco again and provokes a shutdown for few hou s o e e days.
This is to achieve clean and reliable energy that comes from renewable resource and easy access to the user, which is very important because of the existing centralization of Peruvian resources and lack of assistance from the State in case of emergency: they are always present in the capital Lima ; however, not usually in the province.
This leads to insecure population that cannot fully trust that, after a natural disaster, problems will be solved by the State collaboration. This is why that a non-capital hospital in a small town is in the capability to sustain energy for a considerable period of time.
It would greatly improve the quality of hundreds of lives: first, patients; and second, people living in the city that could eventually need medical attention. The clean energy to be used is produced through a hydrogen fuel cell, which is extracted the hydrogen element via an electrolysis process, from a previously desalinated sea.
This choice due to the proximity of Pisco and the sea and, therefore, the available abundance of marine water. Design solution 1.
Hydrogen production In order to exploit the natural resources of the region such as marine water along the Pisco littoral, hydrogen will be produced by electrolysis. In addition, considering that the production schedule is based on electricity, incorporating on-site renewable energy, such as solar or wind, will be provided. However, it is not possible to electrolyzed salt water directly because it has high concentrations of sodium chloride and can provoke side reactions in the electrolysis process.
Therefore, desalination will be embedded in the total production process. In this regard, the simplification of the number of equipment and, therefore, space, it was opting to utilize an Electrolyser Hydrogenics equipment including water treatment.
The HYLYZER 2 computer model is a versatile cubic shape that, due its relatively small size 1, 30 x 1, 00 x 1, 25m , it can be installed inside the hospital.
Finally, the hydrogen produced has a purity of Image 1. Reactions that take place in the electrolyte process. It pumps through a PVC pipe 3 "diameter over 5 km. When filling seawater in the tank where it is stored, the machine will desalinize - electrolyze through a small PVC tube.
This pipeline system has an estimated price of thousand suns. More specifically, there will be a 5 Km PVC pipe linking the coast of Pisco and the liters-industrial storage tank, which will be directly connected to the hydrogen generator. In that sense, to pump water it will be needed a surface centrifugal pump to draw the necessary water and will be stored in a tank of liters.
For this task, the company offers two electric pumps Xilem in its A-C Flygt series. The first is the WS , a powerful electric pump with 50 m3. In contrast, both pumps meet the specific needs. However, the height required is m meet on average to pump water to the hospital , therefore, the WS is ideal for the job.
Also, the energy is used to activate and use this pump is lower than with the SSVF. Finally, the use of the industrial storage tank of 25, liters is justified in that the hydrogen generator does not receive water continuously, but uses stored water from a tank.
Therefore, in view of saving reactive power, the tank will be used to operate the engine only every 36 times after using the hydrogen generator. Hydrogen storage system In order to save space in storage and increase the energy density of hydrogen gas, the hydrogen recovered from the electrolytic cell must be compressed. The addition of a storage tank provides an agile supply hydrogen for both destine to the fuel cell or refueling. The desalination- electrolysing equipment from Hydrogenics, HISTAT 10, incorporates a compressor which can reach above bar pressure.
Thus, hydrogen will be stored in a tank at bar at room temperature in a tank of 25 m3. Electricity generation system As for the fuel cell that generates electricity backup, a HD30 HyPM produced by Hydrogenics, will be used. This is a cell proton exchange membrane PEM. Equipment dimensions are 3. Dispensing equipment selection In Peru, the acquisition of fuel cell electric vehicles is highly unusual. This is because the maintenance of the fuel cell in the domestic market is very expensive, this technology also is imported from industrialized countries.
However, in the future, considering the trend of economic and technological development of the country, it is possible that the use of such vehicles become more widespread. Only in this context, in which the hydrogen demand would generate enough revenue to recover the investment, it could be implemented as part of the plant with a refueling station that provides pre-cooled hydrogen to preparations for this fuel vehicles.
Communications The internal and external communication system will have a cost of - Communication between the hospital and the fuel cell The fuel cell will have a discrete control that light up when receiving a signal from the hospital when no power supply network.
Similarly, to recover such supply, it will send a signal to the fuel cell is turned off. Similarly, hydrogen having a pressure lower limit, the sensor sends a signal to discrete control to return the machine to receive water to process. Similarly, when the amount of water in the lower tank to the limit, the control level sends a signal to discrete control for the engine water pump again. Cost in US dollars of the elements used for the communications system Level control Safety equipment In case of fire, this will be controlled by automatic fire extinguishers in different parts around the machines and tanks.
An emergency of this kind or another can communicate through the base remote control to the operator, as there will be a temperature sensor that will activate the fire system, which will be monitored by the user. Also as prevention, instantly it cuts off the supply of electric power to the plant and emergency lights preloaded and an alarm system to alert light up the danger to people who are nearby.
On the other hand, it will have artificial lighting at night and constant 9 video recording at all times in order to prevent, in addition to accidents or emergencies, theft, since they are common in the country, and specifically in that city.
Auxiliar Energy consumption The location of the project will be used for photovoltaic panels to supply clean energy to the chemical processes. This means that the storage tank must provide clean fuel for three different circumstances. First, the emergency case is the continuous consumption of hydrogen for 48 hours straight the backup. In this case, the hydrogen used will have already been stored in the storage tank; however, simultaneously, new hydrogen will be stored in the tank as it releases hydrogen daily.
This will keep some hydrogen intended for the other two cases and will not run out of fuel if complications dilate over time and generate greater burdens. This new volume will be released and stored discreetly during peak hours. Regardless the reserved emergency volume, this mass of hydrogen will be consumed daily. The third case is to provide interested amounts of hydrogen to particular users or electric motor vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells.
In total three different volumes of hydrogen to be handled for separate occasions, which are subject to the effectiveness of the chemical processes, which will be powered by the electricity of the photovoltaic panels. This is hy the p oject ill focus o : fi st, the conceptual design and, second, the development of a first applicative research project, which describes a machine that transforms energy from renewable sources in electrolytic hydrogen and other products.
In this section the economic viability of the proposed project is discussed. Unfortunately, there are no additional potential tax credits for any of the systems listed before 18 April Table 2. Safety analysis The system safety analysis is a very important issue for the mass deployment of hydrogen or at least in cities in the future, addressing security and regulations.
The purpose of identifying risks is to prevent accidents and protect the person in implementing future hydrogen service associated with the hospital and future users.
In developing the system for obtaining hydrogen conversion to electricity to achieve the efficiency and effectiveness of productivity in plant production hydrogen energy, estimation of hazards and safety risks at each stage it was carried out process. The codes and standards related to hydrogen generation system related storage and supply of fuel, water desalination, water electrolysis, power generation Fuel Cell is mentioned.
Which they were reviewed and applied to the hydrogen generation system seawater in the hospital to mitigate the potential risks and hazards identified. Similarly, the hazards associated with another alternative form of energy that were used in the system power, namely, photovoltaic solar energy were also considered. Legislation and Normatives It should clarify some terms that are generally confused. Legislation or regulation refers to those laws or regulations are mandatory, which their development is the responsibility of the authorities to protect citizens.
See the following legislation in Peru. It is recommended to use safety equipment in the first instance and for each stage of the production of energy. Law DS TR , safety and health at work. So that staff must have safety equipment for each area and training in industrial safety. Normalization refers to standards committees develop at the request of the industry under consensus of the experts and the various companies with which compliance is optional.
Nowadays, there is a fairly clear and complete regulation for fixed installations with hydrogen.
The committees working standardization regarding aspects of hydrogen technology are as follows. It is an association responsible for creating and maintaining standards for the prevention and fire protection.
ISO - TR , related to safety considerations hydrogen systems. Safety measurements There should be an objective examination of any problems that may arise due to the hydrogen properties. A key point is to considerate its molecular mass, the lowest of gaseous elements, which gives an idea of its diffusivity and low 13 density.
Other equally important aspects to consider are the ignition temperature and toxicity. Hydrogen gas is very light so a way of packaging it is in high pressure cylinders. Being a very small molecule, hydrogen leak is achieved passing through the crystal net of some materials and, therefore, special attention should be implemented to systems handling hydrogen.
See the following table of properties. Tabla 3. Chemical properties of the Hydrogen. Pumping seawater system In the seawater pumping system, you have to take into account the engine life and protect it with a cathodic protection or coating it with paints anti-corrosion every certain time, approximately every month. It also should protect the pipes through which seawater is transported. For better handling, locate signs against hazards in the pumping of seawater.
Seawater desalination plant In the desalination plant seawater, it should consider the following safety measures: equipment and materials must be protected against corrosion as seawater salinity presents. In addition, the operating personnel must meet the safety and health at work as it will be in direct contact with chemical reagents and equipment with technical safety standards.
Prevention measures in photovoltaic systems are: use personal protective items, take into account the dangers of electric shock and fire, materials atizarse must be according to the tension subject , work a place with space to allow any repairs and not be used as movement of persons , drivers will be as asylees by insulating rubber.
Potential risks or other security measure will be taken into account in the management of security management. Electrolysis plant In this area keep in mind the use of personal protective equipment PPE as will a manipulation of hydrogen and oxygen that could be harmful to hand contact. It should be performed in ventilated environments and have a thermal sensor if there is an ignition temperature or chemical combustion.
Storage Hydrogen gas is the lightest of all, with a density approximately 14 times less than that of air. It has a high buoyancy favoring its vertical diffusion, because of its small size and low molecular weight, hydrogen has a greater tendency to leak to other gases. Therefore, the hydrogen storage as compressed gas is a method that requires special care with the compressibility factor at a given temperature and pressure.
In addition, it must be stored in the type of material that has no porosity. To prevent risks, it will be taken in consideration the following. The hydrogen gas is compressed at pressures below bar and presents safety environmental conditions.
The type of material is a carbon steel cylinder, certified ISO It should be located in a remote warehouse away from any heat source. Safety Fuel Cell The implementation environment of the fuel cell must be free of flammable agents.