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水作为燃料的电解项目

2018-4-22 11:56| 发布者: dymodel| 查看: 426| 评论: 0|原作者: ballba

摘要: 我决定做一些水的电解试验。 我读了一些关于水燃料电解方面的论文。 并研究了一些理论,并认为这是足以令人兴奋的尝试。 我想制作一些更为合理的设计。 我坚信水可以很容易地转化为燃料,而不需要任何储存气体的危险 ...
我决定做一些水的电解试验。 我读了一些关于水燃料电解方面的论文。 并研究了一些理论,并认为这是足以令人兴奋的尝试。 我想制作一些更为合理的设计。 我坚信水可以很容易地转化为燃料,而不需要任何储存气体的危险。 如果能够实现这一目标,我们将有可能实现能源紧张的问题。 麻烦的是找到正确的方法。


I decided to do some experimentation with electrolysis. I read a number of papers on the subject. I studied some theories and felt that it was exciting enough to try some work myself. I wanted to create a tight and compact design. Something that would be very efficient and at the same time, easy on space.
It is my firm belief that a solution exists whereby water can be readily converted to fuel without the need to store any of the dangerous gasses. If this could be achieved, we would have a limitless supply of power to use in every application requiring a motor or engine. The trouble is finding the proper method for getting more fuel out than energy in to create that fuel. -Yes again, Over Unity. -But you know me, I am positive that it exists, we just have to find it.
The first thing that I wanted to do was simply create some Hydrogen and Oxygen. So the easiest thing I could think of was to grab whatever was around me. I had some old batteries, from which I removed the carbon rods. I had an 2 liter bottle, and I had some goop glue.
I drilled the 2 holes, inserted the rods and glued everything inside and out. I used a long skinny wooden dowel to glob the glue on the inside surface around the rods. Then I soldered my wires on, although I couldn't get the solder to stick to the carbon very well.
I let things set for a day and tried it the next day. I used normal tap water, and it worked! Not very well, but it worked. I decided to try salt water and it worked better -OK so some day when I'm bored, I decided I would do a little experiment. I am going to buy some toy rocket igniters (electric ones) and tape one to a balloon. Then put the balloon over the top of this thing and set it out in the back yard far from anything. I will run very long wires to my igniter and then let this thing run for several hours until I have a balloon of the size I want. Then a simple touch of the wires to the battery and... you can figure out the rest.
Be sure you don't let it get too large unless you are prepared to deal with the c**equences of police coming! I generally want to test how large a "storage area" could be, before it would be what I c**ider dangerous. I will take my information and put it to use in my next design. -I have yet to do the explosion tests but I will someday soon, and I will take pictures so that all of you can enjoy the experience with me!


These are 8 strips of stainless steel. I believe it was 304 grade. They are 1.5 x 24 inches and rather thin. I would guess around a 32nd of an inch. I also had 4 smaller strips cut for a TEST device. The smaller ones are .5 x 16 inches and of the same thickness. If you do the math, the total surface area of the small ones is 64 square inches (.5 x 16 x 8). The larger set will be 576 square inches (1.5 x 24 x 16). The smaller TEST device will therefore be 9 times smaller than the larger prototype when finished.



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