--Previous Message-- Thanks so much for all your great help! We will definitely keep you informed on our progress.
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: I guess I should have clarified that we didn't expect to ignite the water
: vapor directly but hopefully separate water into its basic elements and
: ignite them. We figure if the Camaro guy is on the level then he
: accomplished it by using high voltage coupled with significant current. So
: we are taking two similar approaches, one is to use his piggyback method
: and the other is to use (and we think this is a beautiful thing) coil
: packs. They generally come (GM packs) two coils mounted to a single
: assembly. Our plan is to couple 1 packs' output at a time to a single
: spark plug until we accomplish our goal or until we've tied all 8 packs
: together (16 coils). We do understand there will be significant RF energy
: generated and will test with safety to people and equipment in mind.
: We are also in contact with a rotary engine rebuilder and are
: soliciting his help in possibly configuring a Wankel. Being essentially a
: single stroke motor with two spark plugs we figure it has the best chance
: of success if are first tests are successful. I nearly have all components
: to start the experiment with and am waiting on a primary injector and the
: fuel cell. Should be interesting to say the least.
: Thanks for the additional explanations, Jerry! Using a pair of high energy
: ignition coils (which I assume the GN packs are) should provide you with
: some nice high current HV pulses - perhaps even sufficient to disassociate
: some of the water. Please keep us posted on your progress - it sounds very
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Thanks so much for all your great help! We will definitely keep you informed on our progress.