​GMS UNIT ECU STANLEY MEYER

HIL ( Hardware In Loop TEST Bed, ECU Prep System)

Why Test ECUs with Hardware-in-the-Loop Simulation ?As software explodes in complexity and size, comprehensive ECU tests are necessary more than ever before. Only a tough zero-error policy can help avoid vehicle recall campaigns. So for many manufacturers and suppliers, ECU testing has become a key phase in the development process. However, real test drives are expensive. They often take place in the freezing cold or the searing heat to test ECUs in extreme conditions. You also have to contend with the necessary vehicle prototypes not being ready on time, so testing is delayed. Simultaneous engineering, in which development processes run in parallel, can be difficult to achieve. These are just a few of the problems inherent in real test drives. Not only are the drives themselves dependent on the weather and on vehicle prototypes; test engineers face actual physical danger and have to cope with incomplete test results – not to mention the immense costs in terms of time and money. The solution: virtual test drives within a hardware-in-the-loop simulation environment.

 

Whats the Diference between this and Exisiting Car Ecu's and Systems?

 

Not Much Basically we use the same test bed system taday as Stan Did, if fact stan purchased his and adapted it with his hard card so we can too. The System for Bench testing circuits and than flashing ECU's for install is call HIL ( Hard Ware in the Loop) When Stan did it he had no internet and no software or decent pc. These Day HIL system have pc built in and connect to web !  

 

So what do we need to add or make the LPG Style Piggy Back Ecus Do? We we test in that HIL way?

 

1.We add  some new In out accessories for the EUC to Control. 

    A. We instruct  Ecu to send out a  Signal from the Accelerator Thottleposition sensor to be mirror    

   and or have a coresponding  Scaled Frequency Duty and and Pulse duration signal 

   similar to the speed increase signal to each injector. This goes to our New pc of Equipment (card)

   or chip functioncalled frequequency Generator, (which will send the desire rate width ad gate of    

    frequeceny at a certain speed to our Electroluzer Cell Transformer + VIC Circuit ( Voltage Intensifier      Circuit).

 

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The is From the Technical Brief & control & driver circuits patent .

The following info: Refer to Tech Brief Figures 3-2, 3-4, 3-5, 3-6 and Patent WO 92/07861

 

  • Circuit K1=Safety Control Circuit

  • Circuit K2=Variable Pulse Frequency Generator

  • Circuit K3=Gated Pulse Frequency Generator

  • Circuit K4=Cell Driver Circuit

  • Circuit K5=Voltage Intensifier Circuit

  • Circuit K6=?

  • Circuit K7=Laser Accelerator/Distributor Optoschmitt (Photodiode)

  • Circuit K8=Analog Voltage Generator

  • Cirucit K9=Voltage Amplitude Control

  • Circuit K10=Injector Circuit

  • Circuit K11=Acceleration Control Circuit

  • Cirucit K12=Laser Distributor

  • Circuit K13=Gas Injector Circuit

  • Circuit K14=Pulse Indicator Circuit

  • Circuit K15=Gated Frequency Oscillator

  • Circuit K16=Dual Regulated Power Supply

  • Circuit K17=?Circuit K18=?

  • Circuit K19=Exhaust & Air Gate Control Circuits

  • Circuit K20=Summing Circuits

  • Circuit K21=Phase Lock Loop

 

VIC Cabinent ( BOx)  in the VIC cabinet there were two other circuits, one for the "Steam Resonator" and another for the "Gas Processor".

Stan had a card extension board that would plug into any card slot to allow the main card to be extended outside the box to tune any on board internal pots or adjustments.

 

Once the card was properly tuned and or adjusted the card was removed from the card extension and placed back into it's slot and the card extension was placed back into It's slot.

 

The card extension was designed for anyone of the cards to be removed and plugged into it and it still function outside the box.

 

We will not be using the card extension in our design. Nor will our boards plug into a back plate,

 

They will have plugs with extended wire in order to get the boards outside the box for adjustment.

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Circuit Card L1=Variable Pulse Frequency Generator (Circuit K2)Card

  • L2=?Card

  • L3=Gas Injector Card (Circuits K10, K13)Card

  • L4=Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (Circuit K3)Card

  • L5=Acceleration Card (Circuit K11)Card

  • L6=Dual Regulated Power Supply (Circuit K16)Card

  • L7=Gated Frequency Oscillator (Circuit K15)Card

  • L8=Laser Distributor Optoshmitts (photodiodes) (Circuits K7, K12)Card

  • L9=Safety Control Circuit (Circuit K1)Card

  • L10=Laser Accelerator Optoschmitts (photodiodes) (Circuits K7, K12)Card

  • L11=Analog Voltage Generator (Circuit K8)Card

  • L12=Voltage Intensifier Control (Circuits K4, K5, K9, K14, K21, and the EEC per Fig 3-2 Tech Brief)

 

I need help as the list is not complete. I have not determined what circuits K6, K17, and K18 are. 

I have not determined which circuits are on Card L2.

And I have not determined which Card(s) the following circuits are on: K6, K17, K18, K19, K20.

 

I know of one cirucit for sure which is missing and it's probably K6, K17, or K18. That is the Gas Feedback Control Circuit (Figure 11) from the Control & Driver Circuits patent WO 92/07861ali: Circuit

 

  • K1= Figure 11 - Safety Control Circuit (L9)Circuit 

  • K2= Figure 12 - Variable Pulse Frequency Generator (L1)

  • Circuit K3= Figure 6 - Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (L4)

  • Circuit K4= Figure 5 - Cell Driver Circuit (L12)

  • Circuit K5= VIC CARD - Voltage IntensifierCircuit (L12)

  • Circuit K6= ?

  • Circuit K7= - Laser Accelerator (only) (L10)

  • Circuit K8= Figure 3 - Analog Voltage Generator (L11)

  • Cirucit K9= Figure 4 - Voltage Amplitude Control (L12)

  • Circuit K10= - Injector Circuit (L3)

  • Circuit K11= Figure 2 - Digital Control Means (Accel) (L5) IMPORTANT

  • Cirucit K12= - Laser Distributor (only) (L8)

  • Circuit K13= - Gas Injector Circuit (L3)

  • Circuit K14= Figure 9 - Pulse Indicator Circuit (pulse pickup) (L12)

  • Circuit K15= - Gated Frequency Oscillator (L7)

  • Circuit K16= - Dual Regulated Power Supply (L6)

  • Circuit K17= ?

  • Circuit K18= ?

  • Circuit K19= - Exhaust & Air Gate Control Circuits

  • Circuit K20= - Summing Circuits

  • Circuit K21= Figure 7 - Phase Lock Loop Circuit (L12)

  • Circuit K22= Figure 8 - Resonant Scanning Circuit (L12) 8) 

 

Quote from: Dynodon on April 17, 2011, 15:38:21 pm ---Just forget about the last C circuitAli, all the circuit boards are labeled with the K1-K21Don--- End quote ---PSfigure 7 refers to K22 which is Figure 8...

also, the WO92/07861 is not all correct... and also, in the Full Data From Estate, there is schematics from the WO92/07861 with component values...

Analogue Connection Box ,

The Modern version is Can bus

1) Alarm (7 pins)

2) Dist (7 pins)

3) Gate (2 pins)

4) Accel (32 pins)

5) Exhaust Gate (2 pins)

6) TOR (8 pins)

7) DC Power (2 pins)

8 ) VIC Circuit (6 pins)

 

The GMS Unit connected to the

Voltage Intensifier Unit.

In general, a phase lock loop (PLL) is a control system that tries to generate an output signal whose phase is related to the phase of the input “reference” signal.It is an electronic circuit consisting of a variable frequency oscillator and a phase detector.This circuit compares the phase of the input signal (COM A from the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator, fig. 6) with the phase of the signal derived from its output oscillator (Cell Driver Circuit, fig. 5). Note that the system can monitor the PLL output oscillator by way of COM H received from the Pulse Indicator Circuit (fig. 9).

The circuits in figures 7 and 8 interchange through COMs E, F and L.

The circuit then adjusts the frequency of its output oscillator to keep the phases matched.The signal from the phase detector is used to control the oscillator in a feedback loop.

Frequency is the derivative of phase. Keeping the input and output phase in lock step implies keeping the input and output frequencies in lock step. Consequently, a phase-locked loop can track an input frequency, or it can generate a frequency that is a multiple of the input frequency. This latter property is used by Meyer’s GMS computer for resonant frequency synthesis.The tuned resonant frequency output of this sub-system is then sent to the Cell Driver Circuit.

This resulting energization is applied to the VIC to create the physical gas production effects in the resonant cavity enclosure.

This is Constant Work in Prgress Stay Tuned Advances Hourly

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Stanley Meyer Accelerator Control Circuit GMS

Gates Pulse Frequency

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Stanley Meyer Injector (1 - 4) Control Circuit GMS 1

Stanley Meyer Air Gate Control Circuit GMS Font

Stanley Meyer Speed Limit Control Circuit GMS 

Stanley Meyer Exhaust Gate Air Gate Circuit GMS 

Stanley Meyer Alarm Control Circuit GMS 

Stanley Meyer Voltage Regulated Power Supply Circuit GMS

Stanley Meyer Air Gate Control Circuit GMS

Stanley Meyer Distributor Control Circuit GMS 1

Stanley Meyer Gas Feedback Control Circuit Back View GMS

 

This Unit will provide 

The Voltage Intensifier Box Unit 

This was Connected to the Main HIL Unit (GMS Unit) With a Cable. Basically this are Voltage Amplifiers 1 for Each Cell. They Whre Switch by a Common 

PWM Circuit in the HIL ( GMS Unit) 

 

Also in this Boax was a  Voltage Controller for the Steam Generator (Water Heater)

and a Volatge Controller for the Air in take Ioniser (oxygen Prosessor) ( Gas Processor)

The Voltage Intensifier Rack Multi Transformer Rack

This rack contains 11 module cards

and a cable connection bay with 12VDC rail terminals,

2 cable connection ports and a power switch.The card modules are (from left to right):

 

1) Steam Resonator

2) Resonant Cavity 10

3) Resonant Cavity 9

4) Resonant Cavity 8

5) Resonant Cavity 7

6) Resonant Cavity 6

7) Resonant Cavity 5

8 ) Resonant Cavity 4

9) Resonant Cavity 3

10) Resonant Cavity 2

11) Gas Processor

 

Each of these cards have identical user interfaces.

Stanley Meyer The Voltage Intensifier Unit

Stanley Meyer The Voltage Intensifier Unit Ferrite Ceramc Core and Copper Coils

Stanley Meyer International Patent WO92-07861

Meyer’s International Patent WO92-07861 is a document that rises very nearly to the level of full technical disclosure with respect to his Hydrogen Gas Management System (GMS) and the sustained operation of the Electrical Polarization Process.You may obtain a copy of this patent from my server at URL:http://www.singularics.com/docs/meyers-WO9207861A1.pdfIn figure 1 below, Meyer lays out his system in an overview with the following coded block sections (listed below in sequence of operation).

The Hydrogen GMS also has the ability to apply dynamically generated voltage pressures to the collector of the FET that drives the VIC TX1. This functionality is provided by the Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit (fig. 4) and whose logic is managed by the Digital Control Means Circuit (fig. 2).

—– (Primary side of Tx) —–1 — Analog Voltage Generator Circuit (see circuit in Figure 3)2 — Adjustable Frequency Generator (see circuit in Figure 12)3 – Digital Control Means (see circuit in Figure 2)4 — Voltage Amplitude Control Circuit (see circuit in Figure 4)5 — Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (see circuit in Figure 6)6 — Phase Lock Loop Circuit (see circuit in Figure 7)7 — Resonant Scanning Circuit (see circuit in Figure 8 )8 — Cell Driver Circuit (see circuit in Figure 5)9 — TX1 (see circuit in Figure 10) —– (Feedback from Tx) —–10 — TX3 (see circuit in Figure 10)11 — Pulse Indicator Circuit (see circuit in Figure 9) —– (Feedback from Resonant Cavity) —–12 — Gas Pressure Sensor (see Resonant Cavity in Figure 10)13 — Gas Feedback Control Circuit (see circuit in Figure 11) —– (Secondary side of Tx) —–14 — TX2 (see circuit in Figure 10)15 — TX5 (see circuit in Figure 10) to B – (connection to ground on Vss terminal o16 — Resonant Cavity17 — B+ to TX418 — Blocking Diode I have included below the referenced circuits listed above.You will also notice that Meyer uses letters A, B, E, F, G, H, J, K, L, M and M1 to indicate signal interchange (communication) between the various circuit elements. I refer to these as COM stages in what follows (eg. COM A, COM M1, etc.).The electrical energy for managing the waveform and also driving the resonant cavity fuel cell is supplied by the Analog Voltage Generator (fig. 3).

With access to battery power and with the system turned on, the first thing Meyer’s Hydrogen GMS must do is to determine the resonant frequency for the resonant cavity.This job is performed by the Variable Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 12). It accomplishes this by interpreting a resistor based impedance matching network indicated in the “Pulse Frequency Control” section of the schematic.

The non-gated resonant frequency is then setup by the Digital Control Means circuit (fig. 2) through COM G.

The Digital Control Means circuit has two main jobs:1) Sets the required gate frequency given the degree to which the throttle is engaged. A high throttle setting corresponds to a shorter gate frequency which yields higher fuel gas output to accommodate the higher energy requirements of acceleration. This throttle dependent gate frequency is communicated to the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency circuit (fig. 6) through COM M1.2) Sets the DC voltage in the Voltage Amplitude Control circuit (fig. 4) through COM M. The variable DC voltage applied to VIC TX1 servers as a further control for governing the magnitude of the high voltage pulses that the resonant cavity experiences.

The Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 6) produces the required gate frequency and combines it with the resonant frequency in real-time which it then sends to a Phase Lock Loop Circuit (fig. 7) through COM A.The Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator also adds one further tuning parameter to the gate frequency requirement – that of fuel gas pressure in the resonant cavity enclosure. The system uses gas pressure maintenance as part of the equation for calculating required gate frequency and DC voltage amplitudes that will enable the cell to keep up with the fuel demands of the engine. Gas pressure is constantly monitored by a gas pressure sensor which sends data to the Adjustable Gated Pulse Frequency Generator (fig. 6) through the Gas Feedback Control Circuit (fig.11) by way of COM K.

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9 OUT OF 10 OF ABOVE DONE BY MUTLI STAGING ECu INJECTPR CONTROLLERS A INJECTION CONTROLLER , AFTER MARKET WITH 3-4 ROW INJECTION( 4X 8 INJECTORS FOR V8) EXAMPLE DRAG RACING . cHECK jegs ONLINEWITH A LITTLE MODIFICATION i FEEL IT IS CLOSER THAN WE THINK. PS NOW ECU ON ,

 

MADE IN CHINA .COM AND PARTS SENSORS ETC , HAVE AIR INTAKE BODIES ELECTRICAL CONTROLLED ( SO AIR GATE AND EXHUAST GATE CAN BE CNOTROLLED , AIR TEMP, PRESSURE IN SIDE OUTSIDE AND HUMIDY SENORS IN CYLINDER ALL OFF THE SHELF@!!SO WHAT IS LEFT? FROM ABOVE SOME LED'S?

 

 

 

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please email the description your write and I will add it to this page this is to save time as I am working 24 hrs on this already. 

 

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I have reproduced the full text of this patent below as it is very instructive.Control and Driver Circuits for a Hydrogen Gas Fuel Producing CellThe invention relates to electrical circuit systems useful in the operation of a water fuel cell including a water capacitor/resonant cavity for the production of a hydrogen containing fuel gas, such as that described in my United States Letter Patent No. 4,936,961,

 

“Method for the production of a Fuel Gas”, issued on June 26, 1990.In my aforesaid Letters Patent for a method for the production of a fuel gas, voltage pulses applied to the plates of a water capacitor tune into the dielectric properties of the water and attenuate the electrical forces between the hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the molecule. The attenuation of the electrical forces results in a change in the molecular electrical forces results in a change in the molecular forces of the hydrogen and oxygen atoms. When resonance is achieved, the atomic bond of the molecule is broken, and the atoms of the molecule disassociate.

 

At resonance, the current (amp) draw from a power source to the water is minimized and the voltage across the water capacitor increases. Electron flow is not permitted (except at the minimum, corresponding to leakage resulting from the residual conductive properties of water). For the process to continue, however, a resonant condition must be maintained.Because of the electrical polarity of the water molecule, the fields produced in the water capacitor respectively attract and repel the opposite and like charges in the molecule, and the forces eventually achieved at resonance are such that the strength of the covalent bonding forces in the water molecule (which are normally in an electron sharing mode) disassociate. Upon disassociation, the formerly shared bonding electrons migrate to the hydrogen nuclei, and both the hydrogen and oxygen revert to the net zero electrical charge. The atoms are released from the water as a gas mixture.In the invention herein, a control circuit for a resonant cavity water capacitor cell utilized for the production of a hydrogen containing fuel gas is provided.

 

The circuit includes an isolation means such as a transformer having a ferromagnetic, ceramic or other electromagnetic material core and having one side of a secondary coil connected in series with a high speed switching diode to one plate of the water capacitor of the resonant cavity and the other side of the water capacitor to form a closed loop electronic circuit utilizing the dielectric properties of water as part of the electronic resonant circuit. The primary coil of the isolation transformer is connected to a pulse generation means. The secondary coil of the transformer may include segments that form resonant charging choke circuits in series with the water capacitor plates.In the pulse generation means, an adjustable first, resonant frequency generator and a second gated pulse pulse frequency generator are provided.

 

A gate pulse controls the number of of pulses produced by the resonant frequency generator sent to the primary coil during a period determined by the gate frequency of the second pulse generator.The invention also includes a means for sensing the occurrence of a resonant condition in the water capacitor/resonant cavity, which when a ferromagnetic or electromagnetic core is used, may be a pickup coil on the transformer coil. The sensing means is interconnected to a scanning circuit and phase lock loop circuit,

 

whereby the pulsing frequency to the primary coil of the transformer is maintained at a sensed frequency corresponding to the resonant condition in the water capacitor.Control means are provided in the circuit for adjusting the amplitude of a pulsing cycle sent to the primary coil and for maintaining the frequency of the pulsing cycle at a constant frequency regardless of pulse amplitude. In addition, the gated pulse frequency generator may be operatively interconnected with a sensor that monitors the rate of gas production from the cell and controls the number of pulses from the resonant frequency generator sent to the cell in a gated frequency in a correspondence with the rate of gas production.

 

The sensor may be a gas pressure sensor in an enclosed water capacitor resonant cavity which also includes a gas outlet. The gas pressure sensor is operatively connected to the circuit to determine the rate of gas production with respect to ambient gas pressure in the water capacitor enclosure.Thus, an omnibus control circuit and its discrete elements for maintaining and controlling the resonance and other aspects of the release of gas from a resonant cavity water cell is described herein and illustrated in the drawings which depict the following:Figure 1 is a block diagram of an overall control circuit showing the interrelationship of sub-circuits, the pulsing core/resonant circuit and the water capacitor resonant cavity.Figure 2 shows a type of digital control means for regulating the ultimate rate of gas production as determined by an external input.

 

(Such a control means would correspond, for example, to the accelerator in an automobile or a building thermostat control.)Figure 3 shows an analog voltage generator.Figure 4 is a voltage amplitude control circuit interconnected with the voltage generator and one side of the primary coil of the pulsing core.Figure 5 is the cell driver circuit that is connected with the opposite side of the primary coil of the pulsing core.Figure 6, 7, 8 and 9 relate to the pulsing control means including a gated pulse frequency generator.(Figure 6); a phase lock circuit(Figure 7);

 

a resonant scanning circuit(Figure 8); and the pulse indicator circuit(Figure 9) that control pulses transmitted to the resonant cavity/water fuel cell capacitorFigure 10 shows the pulsing core and the voltage intensifier circuit that is the interface between the control circuit and the resonant cavity.Figure 11 is a gas feedback control circuit.Figure 12 is an adjustable frequency generator circuit.The circuits are operatively interconnected as shown in Figure 1 and to the pulsing core voltage intensifier circuit of Figure 10, which, inter alia, electrically isolates the water capacitor so that it becomes an electrically isolated cavity for the processing of water in accordance with its dielectric resonance properties.

 

By reason of the isolation, power consumption in the control and driving circuits is minimized when resonance occurs; and current demand is minimized as voltage is maximized in the gas production mode of the water capacitor/fuel cell.The reference letters appearing in the Figures, A, B, C, D, E, etc., to M and M1 show, with respect to each separate circuit depicted, the point at which a connection in that circuit is made to a companion or interrelated circuit.In the invention, the water capacitor is subjected to a duty pulse which builds up in the resonant changing choke coils and then collapses. This occurrence permits a unipolar pulse to be applied to the fuel capacitor.

 

When a resonant condition of the circuit is locked-in by the circuit, amp leakage is held to a minimum as the voltage which creates the dielectric field tends to infinity. Thus, when high voltage is detected upon resonance, the phase lock loop circuit that controls the cell driver circuit maintains the resonance at the detected (or sensed) frequency.The resonance of the water capacitor cell is affected by the volume of water in the cell. The resonance of any given volume of water maintained in the water capacitor cell is also affected by “contaminants” in the water which act as a damper. For example, at an applied potential difference of 2000 to 5000 volts to the cell, an amp spike or surge may be caused by in consistencies in water characteristics that cause an out-of-resonance condition which is remedied instantaneously by the control circuits.In the invention, the adjustable frequency generator (Figure 12) tunes into the resonant condition of the circuit including the water cell and the water therein.

 

The generator has a frequency capability of 0 to 10 KHz and tunes into resonance typically at a frequency of 5 KHz in a typical 3.0 inch water capacitor formed of a 0.5 inch rod enclosed within a 0.75 inch inside diameter cylinder. At start up, in this example, current draw through the water cell will measure about 25 milliamp; however, when the circuit finds a tuned resonant condition, current drops to a 1 – 2 milliamp minimum leakage condition.The voltage to the capacitor water cell increases according to the turns of the winding and size of the coils, as in a typical transformer circuit. For example, if 12 volts are sent to the primary coil of the pulsing core and the secondary coil resonant charging choke ratio is 30 to 1, then 360 volts are sent to the capacitor water cell. Turns are a design variable that control the voltage of the unipolar pulses sent to the capacitor

 

.The high speed switching diode shown in Figure 10 prevents charge leakage from the charged water in the water capacitor cavity, and the water capacitor as an overall capacitor circuit element, i.e., the pulse and charge status of the water/capacitor never pass through an arbitrary ground. The pulse to the water capacitor is always unipolar. The water capacitor is electrically isolated from the control, input and driver circuits by the electromagnetic coupling through the core. The switching diode in the VIC circuit (Figure 10) performs several functions in the pulsing. The diode is an electronic switch that determines the generation and collapse of an electromagnetic field to permit the resonant charging choke(s) to double the applied frequency and also allows the pulse to be sent to the resonant cavity without discharging the “capacitor” therein.

 

The diode, of course, is selected in accordance with the maximum voltage encountered in the pulsing circuit. A 600 PIV fast switching diode, such as an NVR 1550 high speed switching diode, has been found to be useful in the circuit herein.The VIC circuit of Figure 10 also includes a ferromagnetic or ceramic ferromagnetic pulsing core capable of producing electromagnetic flux lines in response to an electrical pulse input. The flux lines equally affect the secondary coil and the resonant charging choke windings. Preferably, the core is a closed loop construction.

 

The effect of the core is to isolate the water capacitor and to prevent the pulsing signal from going below an arbitrary ground and to maintain the charge of the already charged water and water capacitor.In the pulsing core, the coils are preferably wound in the same direction to maximize the additive effect of the electromagnetic field therein.The magnetic field of the pulsing core is in synchronization with the pulse input to the primary coil. The potential from the secondary coil is introduced to the resonant charging choke(s) series circuit elements which are subjected to the same synchronous applied electromagnetic field, simultaneously with the primary pulse

 

.When resonance occurs, control of the gas output is achieved by varying voltage amplitude or varying the time of duty gate cycle. The transformer core is a pulse frequency doubler. In a figurative explanation of the workings of the fuel gas generator water capacitor cell, when a water molecule is “hit” by a pulse, electron time share is affected, and the molecule is charged. When the time of the duty cycle is changed, the number of pulses that “hit” the molecules in the fuel cell is correspondingly modified. More “hits” results in a greater rate of molecular disassociation.With references to the overall circuit of Figure 1, Figure 3 receives a digital input signal, and Figure 4 depicts the control means that directs 0-12 volts across the primary coil of the pulsing core. Depending upon designs parameters of primary coil voltage and other factors relevant to core design, the secondary coil of the pulsing core can be set up for a predetermined maximum, such as 2000 volts.Figure 5, the cell driver circuit, allows a gated pulse to be varied in a direct relation to voltage amplitude.As noted above, the circuit of Figure 6 produces a gate pulse frequency.

 

The gate pulse is superimposed over the resonant frequency pulse to create a duty cycle that determines the number of discrete pulses sent to the primary coil. For example, assuming a resonant pulse of 5 KHz, a 0.5 Hz gate pulse may be superimposed over the 5 KHz pulse to provide 2500 discrete pulses in a 50% duty cycle per Hz. The relationship of resonant pulse to the gate pulse is determined by conventional signal addition/subtraction techniques.Figure 7, a phase lock loop, allows pulse frequency to be maintained at a predetermined resonant condition sensed by the circuit. Together, the circuits of Figures 7 and 8 determine an output signal to the pulsing core until the peak voltage signal sensed at resonance is achieved.A resonant condition occurs when the pulse frequency and the voltage input attenuates the covalent bonding forces of the hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the water molecule. When this occurs, amp leakage through the water capacitor is minimized.

 

The tendency of voltage to maximize at resonance increases the force of the electric potential applied to the water molecules, which ultimately disassociate into atoms.Because resonances of different waters, water volumes, and capacitor cells vary, the resonant scanning circuit of Figure 8 is useful. The scanning circuit of Figure 8 scans frequency from high to low to low to high repeating until a signal lock is determined. The ferromagnetic core of the voltage intensifier circuit transformer suppresses electron surge in an out-of-resonance condition of the fuel cell. In an example, the circuit scans at frequencies from 0 Hz to 10 KHz to 0 Hz. In water having contaminants in the range of of 1 ppm to 20 ppm, a 20% variance in resonant frequency is encountered. Depending on water flow rate into fuel cell, the nominal variance range is about 8 to 10%.

 

For example, iron in well water affects the status of molecular disassociation. Also, at a resonant condition harmonic effects occur. In a typical operation of the cell with a representative water capacitor described below, at a frequency of about 5 KHz at unipolar pulses from 0 to 650 volts at a sensed resonant condition into the resonant cavity, conversion of about 5 gallons of water per hour into a fuel gas will occur on average. To increase the rate, multiple resonant cavities can be used and/or the surfaces of the water capacitor can be increased, however, the water capacitor cell is preferable small in scale. A typical water capacitor may be formed from a 0.5 inch in diameter stainless steel rod and a 0.75 inch inside diameter cylinder that together extend concentrically about 3.0 inches with respect to each other.Shape and size of the resonant cavity may vary.

 

Larger resonant cavities and higher rates of consumption of water in the conversion process require higher frequencies such as up to 50 KHz and above. The pulsing rate, to sustain such high rates of conversion must be correspondingly increased.From the foregoing description of the preferred embodiment, other variations and modifications of the system disclosed will be evident to those of skill in the art.WHAT IS CLAIMED IS:1. A control circuit for a resonant cavity water capacitor cell utilized for the production of hydrogen containing fuel gas including an isolation transformer including a ferromagnetic core and having one side of a secondary coil connected in series with a high speed switching diode to one plate of the water capacitor of the resonant cavity and the other side of the secondary coil connected to the other plate of the water capacitor to form a closed loop electronic loop circuit utilizing the dielectric properties of water as part of the electronic circuit and a primary coil connected to a pulse generation means.

 

2. The circuit of Claim 1 in which the secondary coil includes segments that form a resonant charging choke circuit in series with the water capacitor.3. The circuit of Claim 1 in which the pulse generation means includes an adjustable first frequency generator and a second gated pulse frequency generator which controls the number of pulses produced by the first frequency generator sent to the primary coil during a period determined by the gate frequency of the second pulse generator.4.

 

The circuit of Claim 1 further including a means for sensing the occurrence of a resonant condition in the water capacitor of the resonant cavity.5. The circuit of Claim 4 in which the means for sensing is a pickup coil on the ferromagnetic core of the transformer.6. The circuit of Claim 4 of Claim 5 in which the sensing means is interconnected to a scanning circuit and a phase lock loop circuit, whereby the pulsing frequency to the primary coil of the transformer is maintained at a sensed frequency corresponding to a resonant condition in the water capacitor.7. The circuit of Claim 1 including means for adjusting the amplitude of a pulsing cycle sent to the primary coil.8.

 

The circuit of Claim 6 including further means for maintaining the frequency of the pulsing cycle at a constant frequency regardless of pulse amplitude.9. The circuit of Claim 3 in which the gated pulse frequency generator is operatively interconnected with a sensor that monitors the rate of gas production from the cell and controls the number of pulses to the cell in a gated frequency in a correspondence with the rate of gas production.10. The circuit of Claim 7 or Claim 8 or Claim 9 further including a gas pressure sensor in an enclosed water capacitor resonant cavity which also includes a gas outlet, which gas pressure sensor is operatively connected to the circuit to determine the rate of gas production with respect to ambient gas pressure in the water capacitor enclosure.11. The methods and apparatus as substantially described herein.

 

 

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It seems to me as if the secondary shall be bypassed thru the diode for a pulse being produced from the lower chokes left and right. due to the upper excitor plates the circuit design is asymetric though upper and lower transistor enforce amp flow for the secondary in 2 directions.webmug: Looking again at the circuit "voltage amplitude control" there is something adjusting the voltage amplitude when GATE is ON.When resonance maintained is active (pulse frequency) there is little or NO step charge. Voltage is PULSED on resonance never long time 0V but always pulsing between 0V to 54a.When voltage amplitude is higher in the GATE ON time 53n there is step charge.

 

The gas production can be regulated because voltage amplitude is regulated on user level (gas pedal).This voltage going into the TIP120 transistor is variable in the GATE ON time, but never 0V level.When PULSE is 0V there is no amp restriction on resonance, so there always should be a pulse signal on minimum voltage amplitude."Resonance Action" is adjusted with the GATE duty cycle and gas production level with the voltage amplitude.Any comments?Br,WebmugTonyWoodside: I know that as the engines RPM increases, it increases the voltage amplitude and gate's duty cycle proportionally.webmug: --- Quote from: TonyWoodside on March 07, 2012, 06:30:32 am --

 

-I know that as the engines RPM increases, it increases the voltage amplitude and gate's duty cycle proportionally.--- End quote ---Tony, All, did you study the "digital control means (signal M)", "analog voltage generator (signal J)" and the "voltage amplitude control" circuits in detail?There must be a connection between voltage amplitude (signal J) and PULSE frequency (signal G to K11) (resonance maintained) and GATE (duty) that keeps the PULSE voltage amplitude on offset Vn. So most of us have a missing circuit to pulse the VIC coils properly, I guess.

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Stan had a card extension board that would plug into any card slot to allow the main card to be extended outside the box to tune any on board internal pots or adjustments.

 

Once the card was properly tuned and or adjusted the card was removed from the card extension and placed back into it's slot and the card extension was placed back into It's slot.

 

The card extension was designed for anyone of the cards to be removed and plugged into it and it still function outside the box.

 

We will not be using the card extension in our design. Nor will our boards plug into a back plate,

 

They will have plugs with extended wire in order to get the boards outside the box for adjustment.

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