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This web page is an inspiration I started but have not finished. The generator is powered by a small engine; one that does not require a lot of fuel consumption. The generator supplies enough electrical power to create its own fuel, but does it have enough reserve to do work for the owner?
 
HHO gas is being made from water via an Electrolysis Process. Basically, 10.44 milliliters is made between each set of electrode plates (per amp of electrical power - per minute). In order to achieve heat efficiency, and electrical efficiency, the amperage must pass across multiple water compartments that are arranged in Series between positive and negative electrode plates. To do that efficiently heat wise, plate voltage needs to be around 2 volts Dc to 2.25 vdc; or there about. So your power source is going to determine the number of electrode plates needed for a single Cell Stack (group of plates in Series).
 
How much HHO you intend to make, will determine the Dimensions or Size of the plates; based on the amount of Amperage you intend to pass across them. If size becomes an issue, then Multiple Cell Stacks enters the picture. It is not so complicated as complex. Once understood, you could predict what is needed.
 
If your Generator has a DC power output, you could use that to power a Cell. It is the Watts that you need to be concerned with ( Volts x Amps). Higher voltage needs less amperage in order to create an equal amount of HHO; generally speaking.
12 volts x 10 amps = 120 Watts
24 volts x 5 amps - 120 Watts
120 volts x 1 amp - 120 Watts
So, high voltage and low amperage has its advantage but it is more costly to construct a Cell - because of the increase in the number of electrodes.
 
Most Experimenters are using HHO as a supplement to improve the fuel efficiency of their AC Generators; adding HHO to the Air the engine takes in. So, 12 and 24 volt DC power sources are generally being used. If your intention is to totally fuel the Generator via HHO gas, or just the Hydrogen, then high voltage is going to be your solution.
 
The Generator Industry needs to get away from Stator type generation and take up Permanent Magnet Generation. That is what is needed to reduce the cogging caused by turning the armature of the generator. Today's engines require too much horse power to turn the armature. Permanent Magnet armatures would reduce the resistance on the engine to turn it.
Because power generation operates for long hours, it is going to be very important to build a Cell that can operate for those long hours, continuously.
A 12 volt DC power source would need 7 electrode plates in Series in order to achieve 2 volts per plate.
A 24 volt DC power source would need 13.
A 120 volt DC source would need 61. (the AC voltage has to be converted to DC).
A 240 volt DC source would need 121.
If you are going to depend on this operation as your only source of power, then you had best have a backup.

 

 

 

 

 

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