Aviso Reports HHO Progress and Upcoming ConferenceLit Corner | October 29, 2011 | 07:40
Ismael Aviso, an inventor and engineer from the Philippines, has provided an update on his HHO (Hydroxy) generating circuit. He has also announced that he will be holding a conference about his HHO generating technology on December 2nd & 8th.
Three of Aviso's hydroxy cells.
Ismael Aviso, of Aviso Energy LLC is an inventor and engineer from the Philippines. He has made many inventions including a self charging electric car, a motionless electric generator (MEG), a repelling force technology, and a "Universal Motor" that utilizes the repelling force. All of his technologies apparently tap into energy from the ambient environment, via the use of a patent pending system. This was validated last February by the Philippine Department of Energy, which finally, last week, released their report.
Now, Aviso has used his ambient energy harnessing technology to augment an HHO producing electrolysis cell. He is claiming results that exceed the theoretical maximum gas production prescribed by Faraday's Law that dictates the maximum amount of gas that can be produced by a certain amount of input power.
The new HHO system is claimed to produce dry gas, free of water vapor, producing one liter of gas with 2 watt-hours or less of electrical input. This breaks the theoretical limit set by Faraday of 2.4 watt hours of input per liter of gas. If his numbers are accurate, they are very significant, because they may indicate that an established law of physics has been broken.
We know, of course, that if Faraday's Law is being "broken" it is merely signifying that unseen energy is being harvested by the device from the surroundings, thus contributing to the input power in ways not yet fully understood.
At the upcoming conference held on December 2nd and 8th at Silicon Valley (the address has not yet been revealed), information about this technology will be shared, and a live test performed to validate the claims of breaking Faraday's Law. In addition, details about the circuit that collects energy from the ambient environment will be presented. Also, the equation that explains the properties of the circuit that collects ambient energy will be disclosed.
A couple of weeks ago, we published a story inviting experts to help Aviso come up with an equation to correlate what his data are showing; and he has received feedback input as a result
The purpose of developing this HHO technology is to generate funds so that the work on the repelling force can be completed. Although this HHO technology holds the potential to make an impact on the energy crisis, the repelling force technology holds even more potential. After being fully developed, it could allow for cars to run endlessly on energy collected from the ambient environment.
The following email from Aviso gives more details. (Slightly edited.)
Stirling & Hank
The best production of Hydrogen (using high grade of materials, like for the plate with platinum coated ) for the last 100 years as per the record is
3.5 watts per liter
Note: Until now know no one has broken that record. A lot with claims, but no credible test record.
That record, based from the proper testing inside the laboratory, using the very credible water displacement tests.
According to many expert & our calculation, 3.5 watts to 1 liter represent only 70% efficiency. Most conventional HHO (now in the market) power using PWM average of 4 watts per liter & some 5 watts per liter.
If some inventor claims something re: fuel saving up to 10%, 20%, 50% or even 95%,,My suggestion before they claim it, the best testing & not expensive,, easy to set up is a water displacement procedure. To avoid of (unintentional) false high fuel saving meter indication.
Run a car & claims saving % will be not acceptable now. Actually EPA test a lot of different brand of HHO devices made from many different countries end up only 10% & some 0 % saving.
The main topic of my coming press conference & seminar (Dec 2 & 8 2011, at Silicon Valley) will be Hydrogen production.
1st: To be discuss & validating of Aviso equation on series capacitor battery power supply.
2nd. Once the Aviso equation is validated, we will proceed to set up a demo for my Hydrogen production & How much I beat the 3.5 watts per liter using the water displacement test. As per my several test for the last 7 days we made unimaginable "BREAKING" record according to two different Oscilloscope (not ordinary test meter instrument) way down to as low us 2.5 watts per liter & consisting.
8 December 2011
1st. Description & principle of my technology & the Parts.
2nd. Open discussion with the following:
The location of the Dec 8 conference will depend on the type of VIP Audience (investor) & the outcome of the first conference.
As we learn more about this conference we will share it here on PESN.
Here's a video from some HHO testing Aviso did back in July.
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Other PES Coverage
- Aviso Requests Expert Help for Equation (PESN; October 13, 2011)
- Aviso's Long- and Short-Term Goals (PESN; September 30, 2011)
- Typhoon Floods Free Energy Inventor's Workshop (PESN; September 30, 2011)
- Aviso Cracking Water With Ambient Energy (PESN; June 27, 2011)
- Aviso's Free Energy Circuit Revealed (PESN; May 23, 2011)
- Aviso Runs AC Motor on DC and Aether (PESN; April 10, 2011)
- Andrea Rossi with Sterling Allan on Coast to Coast AM [includes segment on Aviso] (PESN; March 24, 2011)
- Aviso's Ambient Energy Technologies: Frequently Asked Questions (PESWiki; March 23, 2011)
- Aviso Solid State Generator Makes Hundreds of Watts (PESN; March 2, 2011)
- Aviso Envisions 1 Million Self-Charging EV Retrofit Stations by 2011 End (PESN; March 1, 2011)
- Aviso Ponders Open Sourcing his Self-Running Electric Car Technology (PESN; February 27, 2011)
- Philippine DOE Verifies Aviso's Self-Charging EV (PESN; February 24, 2011)
- How Aviso extracts energy from the surroundings to power his electric vehicle (Interview) (PESN; February 21, 2011)
- Ismael Aviso Self-Charging Electric Car (PESWiki; February 5, 2011)
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