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Calculating Energy per Liter of HHO Gas HTML Counter

A formula to calculate the energy needed to break the over-unity barrier in HHO gas production. As the Faraday law states, that 100 % efficient electrolysis required about 2.4 Watt-hours of energy for 1 Liter of HHO gas production you can now yourself calculate, what you are using for your energy input.

[Editors Note: This article may contain inconsistancies, and therefore NOT be Accurate. Please study Electrolyzer Efficiencies before you take this to heart.] Or in other words:

If you apply 10.75 amps at 12 Volts ( 129 Watts) you must be able to produce 1 Liter HHO gas in less than 60 seconds to be over-unity ! If you need more than 60 seconds for 1 Liter HHO , then you are underunity...

[The 100% efficient electrolyzer (gas volume measured at room temperature) would be about 1.48V/0.684LPH/A = 2.16W/LPH.]

Energy input in Watt-hours= used (Volts x amps) x used seconds / 3600 seconds= used Watts x used seconds / 3600 seconds So let your HHO gas generator produce 1 Liter of HHO gas and measure the time it needs to produce this amount of gas. Then note the Voltage and amps down and multiply it to get the Watts. Then multiply with the seconds and divide by 3600. Now if you get less than 2.4 Watt-hours you have over-unity.

If you have more than 2.4 Watt-hours you have less than 100 % efficiency and are under-unity.

Again: Energy input in Watt-hours = used (Volts x amps) x used time in seconds / 3600 seconds = used Watts x used time in seconds / 3600 seconds So let your HHO gas generator produce 1 Liter of HHO gas= 1000 milliLiters HHO gas and measure the timein seconds it needs to produce this amount of gas. Then note the DC Voltage and DC amps down and multiply it to get the Watts.( e.g. 12 Volts and 10 amps ) Then multiply with the seconds it needed to produce 1 Liter and divide this by 3600. Now you have the Watthours of energy it needed to produce 1 Liter of HHO gas. Now if you get less than 2.15 Watthours you have overunity. If you have more than 2.15 Watthours you have less than 100 % efficiency and are underunity. So the above example would be, if it takes 60 seconds to fill up the 1 Liter bottle of HHO gas with 12 Volts at 10 amps : 12 Volts x 10 amps x 60 seconds / 3600 = 2 Watthours per Liter and you would be overunity, cause it is less than 2.15 Watthours ************************************************************* 7.75 milliLiters of HHO per Wattminute, that means for 1 Watt of input power 1 minute long applied to your electrolyzer. For Example: If you have a 12 Volts DC battery and you power your electrolyzer with it, you draw 0.0833 amps from it ( 1 Watt) into your electrolyzer for 1 minute constantly, you must be able to produce more than 7.75 milliLiters of HHO gas.

If you draw more amps, so you have an input power of e.g. 100 Watts, you must produce in that minute more than 100 x 7.75 mL= 775 mL= 0.775 Liters of HHO gas. So to reach 1 Liter of HHO gas, you must not use more than 129 Watts of power 1 minute long. So if you use a 12 Volts battery, you must use less than 10.75 amps for 1 minute long to produce 1 Liter of HHO in 60 seconds to be overunity. Or in other words: f you apply 10.75 amps at 12 Volts ( 129 Watts) you must be able to produce 1 Liter HHO gas in less than 60 seconds to be overunity ! If you need more than 60 seconds for 1 Liter HHO , then you are underunity...
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