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Reworked design #2 for S1R9A9M9 Relays

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  • Reworked design #2 for S1R9A9M9 Relays

    After studying original wiring schematic , a 2nd design of original "special" dual coils relays was rebuilt for testing auto engine on water vapor pressure + Hydrogen. This one will later be tested when ignition modification is completed for higher voltage. The 2008 test had the high voltage going through 2 coils in series with 12 volts fed in. The high + low volts fired spark plug same time, at much delayed engine timing. The new 4" by 4" box is smaller, lighter, takes up less space than the PVC pipe and holds vacuum on mounted gauge, for the interior magnetic spark gap. Two types of diodes are mounted on inside and outside . The twin inductors are held in with hot melt glue. Those of you who were following the data on the S1R9A9M9 engine tests and web site, will now know about substitutions being possible on the "Special" relays back at that time. The original parties were not able to figure them out properly. Only those small sealed vacuum relays were able to allow engines to run smoothly with loads applied at various RPM's with water in carburaters 2005-2012.
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    Last edited by russwr; 05-29-2020, 09:09 PM.

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    In the 2008 S1R9A9M9 videos 1+2, after starter and battery disconnected, the ring alternator DC runs the 20turn mag field coil "in tub" over Hi V. plug wire, and also sends same current through spark plug. The late timing ATDC has a sustained longer on time spark to about minus 34 degrees. Water + air + 10A peak (3A average) to water vapor pressure and minute amount of hydrogen gas, without plasma spark, Inverter box, or capacitor discharge. Self sustaining? This new technique discovered by Nathren back then, was not expected, and was wrongly realized by others since expansion of water vapor had not been known to exist without large amounts of heat. It was the change in pressure - time point in piston descent with field. No safety precautions were done with Hi V on battery. System relies on slight M. field present at electrodes gap, fast expansion of liquid to gas, along with added extra power to spark. The Briggs 18HP has negative Magneto ignition and positive ground with upward spark flow. Design needs to be improved with current limiting resistance, change to POSITIVE ignition and EGR added for improved efficiency of Nitrogen use. Website tech notes were shut down Dec 2019.
    I have duplicated the following- stones of calcium carbide dropped in pvc adapter and hooked to lawnmower carb top would allow engine to easily run on water, as water pulled in by vacuum and making acetylene gas. This method however, sounds exactly like a gasoline or alcohol engine sounds , not like in these videos of "water pump" noises! Maybe it really was the S1R coil assembly + his double coil relays in vacuum !
    Last edited by russwr; 06-30-2020, 06:09 PM.


    • #3
      The procedure as explained in website and by S1R9A9M9, is the exact certain conditions set up, for liquid water state change to water vapor with much pressure so as to provide propulsion for piston. (not steam generator) There is about 1/5 power loss per 5hp. A lower RPM idling speed, and safety measures need to be installed. Tiny hydrogen contribution during the sparking phase aids the process. Returning portion of exhaust, or collected water, has nitrogen embedded content which improves efficiency (EGR). There is no burning other than the minute hydrogen by means of 3 Amp average current (7 Peak amps) and high voltage ignition. There is no plasma spark in this unusual method from 2005, as many others are thinking wrong about this, and they are doing the COMMON hook ups with capacitor discharges and high currents eroding plugs. Piston has to be going downward at about 34 degrees ATDC and necessary slight magnetic field present at electrodes gap same time with inductor coil also in series. The bench tests of Dr. Graneau and his verified journal documentaion is well known for high pressures from water, but S1R didn't know about that at the time, when he and his shop technicians discovered their own new different method of running engines on mineralized water. The Georgia electrical shop in house propriatory design circuit, was not fully disclosed, because the dual coils latching relays were not available to purchase as being obsolete. Years later, the replacement became the wound, triple coils design which was described and shown. The lawnmower engine videos also used this, besides the V8 engines converted earlier.