I have been working for many years on Meyer’s and Puharich’s Water Fuel Cell implementations. Over the course of those years, I have had many people ask me about a good way to energize the water fuel cell.
At various times, especially in recent years, I have found myself being fairly guarded on many of the technical details of my work. A few recent factors in my life have renewed my sense of the importance and value of open source engineering for game changing technologies such as Meyer’s Water Fuel Cell. I have therefore recommitted myself to moving forward from this point with 100% transparency and will hence foster a spirit of total cooperation with all other open source researchers out there working on these technologies.
So, in response to those of you who want to build a cell but feel that you do not have enough knowledge in electronics to get started, I here present to you the simplest analog circuit that I have designed for the purpose of pulsing water fuel cells.
To adjust the frequency of your circuit into the resonant condition, switch out capacitor C2. You can use the following equation to get you into the ball park.
The resonant frequency for this case is given by:
Below is a link to the PDF file for the schematic above.
I am also including a photo of a breadboard on which I have implemented the above circuit. My hope is that this will give those of you who need it a better feel for mapping the schematic to actual physical connections.
The view in the scope of the gating frequency at breadboard column 3 (the 3rd connection column from the left), at D15 (on U3) should look as given below:
The view in the scope of the resonant frequency at breadboard column 3 (the 3rd connection column from the left), at D16 (on U3) should look as given below:
The view in the scope of the gated resonant frequency at breadboard column 3, D30 should look as given below:
A higher time resolution scope view of the gated resonant frequency seen at Col.3, D30 should look as below:
If the VIC hardware is well constructed, and the given circuit is well tuned to that hardware, then the amplitude of the waveform you will see arise between L2 and C5 will show instantaneous voltages well above 40kV and higher. This is what facilitates the “electrical polarization process” effect.
This information I have just given you is the answer to often asked question about what is the capacitance (or some other parameter) of a Meyer cell. The fact is, the specific values of the components are less important then the knowledge that your real goal is to cause the cell to pulse in a resonant condition. By resonance, I am specifically referring to that condition which occurs when the capacitive reactance of C5 equals inductive reactance of L1 (and by extension, L2). This “resonant frequency” is dependent only on the characteristics of the electronic components in use, including the resistance value of your water dielectric.
Please feel free to share this design and use it however you wish as I am placing it into the public domain. If you re-post it, please include attribution to me and a link back to my blog. (Thank you for that.)
I hope you find this to be helpful.