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Measurement with Other Devices
June 04/2008

My "poor man" gas measurement set:



 
 

It should also work with Pepsi Cola...


With this ugly stainless steel 'Cells' :
 
 



I took these pictures:
 
 

The container is  theoretically used to sterilize baby's feeding bottles.
I put some grease on the top 'thread' to get the container more 'airtight'.


I got the following results with Tap Water:

Amps consumption about 13.6 - 13.7  amps - stable
Generation of 0.5 liter of water.

The stopwatch is  started up when the first 'set of  bubbles' appear. Then I got a 'set of bubbles' every few seconds.
According to the diameter of the tube, the gaz delivering is not smooth but  jerky.

>>> When I tested these 'cells' a couple of days ago, I got an amp consumption less than 12 amps -slighty decreasing.
See : http://freenrg.info/Exp_With_DallasGB_Elect/Other_devices_Tap_water.html
Please, do not ask me why....

Test  n°1 :  3 min 10 sec ---->  ( 3600/(3*60 +10)) * 0.5  =/=  9.5  liter/hour
As I  suspected  my container not being so 'airtight', I  screwed the top more firmly.
Test n°2 :   2 min 50 sec -----> 3600/(2*60 +50)) * 0.5 =/=  10.6 liter/hour
A couple of hours later:
Test n°3 :   2 min 54 sec. -----> 3600/(2*60 +54)) * 0.5 =/= 10.3 liter/hour

>>> This is not a serious device. The container should leak. <<<
I made these measurements  just for further comparisons.

 

With this shabby stainless steel 'thing' :
 
 



 

I got the following results with Tap Water:

Amps consumption about 8  amps - stable
Generation of 0.5 liter of water.

One single test: 5 min .   -----> (3600/(5*60)) * 0.5 =  6 liter/hour.



Now : 6 liter/hour for 8 amps versus 10.5 liter/hour for 13.7 amps.
6/8*13.7 = /= 10.3  is not so different than (10.6 + 10.3) /2.


Is this best than what is expected by Faraday law?
As I do not want to be  polemical, the reader is kindly requested to do his own maths.