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    Circuit for High Frequency Ultra-short Pulse Width DC Voltrlysis

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    Circuit for High Frequency Ultra-short Pulse Width DC Voltrlysis. Where the decomposition of the water molecule is the result of HF Virtual break down in a resonant-step-charged capacitor. The resulting gas can be used as seen fit. The overall circuit will maintain it's efficiency even as applied current is increased. This cell system is designed to operate high efficiency, low power consumption and consolidate storage, purification, and pressurization requirements within one device. (This only only for the version of this device where special metal alloys are used at the negative electrode. Standard HHO gas can be created otherwise).

    Normal water would work in this setup, any water would work. Normal, sea, urine, rain, waste water, etc etc. This circuit prevents the Electron Double Layer and Electron Diffusion Layers from forming, which prevents brute-forcing and instead allows for Virtual breakdown

    For circuit estimations, the total current moving through the circuit will be maximum 350W generally 12V @1-6amps depending on how many "cells" are connected to the power supply.

    For device design, i'd go more for germanium diodes, a Static Induction Thyristor, and a standard FET fit for the current you plan on running through the circuit. For coil winding numbers i gave give you theoretical values for each coil that would suit as good starting points.

    Primary can have between 1-560 turns
    C2: (@P=560) 2,880 turns
    C1:3,000 turns
    S:3,020 turns.

    The voltage and circuit resonance can be changed based on the turn relationships, and the applied frequency. the Pulse Width is 300ns but the pulse frequency is between 2-25Khz up to 40+Khz. The circuit is experimental, so the values are completely open to be seen. I know what the theory says is an appropriate starting point, but who knows how the circuit will behave once built.

    What do you think?
    Last edited by tree Of Meraki; 09-26-2018 at 05:06 AM. Reason: adding extra data

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