More info on this design

Post Reply
MichaelKersten
Posts: 1
Joined: Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:03 am

More info on this design

Post by MichaelKersten » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:03 am

Could you elaborate on this design ?
Any more information about the production
of these units ?

User avatar
h2oadmin
Site Admin
Posts: 79
Joined: Sun Nov 19, 2017 2:54 am

Re: More info on this design

Post by h2oadmin » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:05 am

It is rumored that a guy has ownership of some of Stan's water sparkplug designs and is getting them ready for production (patents on these are still in effect). Each dimension was precision tuned, so without the design documents (which the owner claims to have), it is next to impossible to duplicate these. Each was a tuned resonant cavity with special chambers to split the water at the injector and send the output into the engine cylinder. According to Stan, you run regular, unmodified water to the injector at a high pressure, then it is split inside the injector itself. It is not known if this is in the US or the UK (where Stan originally had them fabricated).
Attachments
Stan_Meyer_Water_Injector_3.jpg
stan_meyer_water_injector_2.jpg
stan_meyer_water_injector_2.jpg (5.3 KiB) Viewed 3485 times
meyer_water_injector_1.jpg
Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!
Job 28:22-23

erosario2
Posts: 1
Joined: Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:06 am

Re: More info on this design

Post by erosario2 » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:06 am

it seam's to me that if the injector is at high pressure the spark lug would have to be fired twice once with injector closed to change water to gas, opens to inject the gas then a few seconds later to ignite the gas in the spark (firing ) mode. and the injector would need to open at a certain time for engine at idel and engine at 60 MPH. would the pressure have to be different ? second I don't see how the spark would change it to gas without the chamber being closed to water inlet, can someone explain. was the injector tested in the buggy or was this a later design? Thanks Ed;-)

User avatar
h2oadmin
Site Admin
Posts: 79
Joined: Sun Nov 19, 2017 2:54 am

Re: More info on this design

Post by h2oadmin » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:07 am

We are not completely sure of the details how Stan's injector system works yet. It was his most advanced system.
We do know that the injectors simply sprayed an unstable water 'mist', then ignited it as controlled by Stan's computer.
They were retrofitted on the dunebuggy, but we have no video of them running, unlike Stan's 'boiler plate' design, which was shown to work by the local TV station in Ohio.

This is Stan's 'boiler plate' configuration: http://stansdream.com/gallery2/index.ph ... cture&id=8
This is the injector system installed in the dunebuggy (later): http://stansdream.com/gallery2/index.ph ... ure&id=172
Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition!
Job 28:22-23

Post Reply