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Capacitance Reactance

Capacitance Reactance is determined by the insulation resistance (Rs+Re) and Inductance (L1/L2) interacting together during D.C. Pulsing.

Dielectric property of water opposes amp leakage (Re) while another property of water takes-on an "Electrical Charge".

Water temperature (Rt) (cool-to-the-touch) keeps (Re) constant since amp flow remains minimal.

Plate Inductance (Lc) is Inductance Reactance of Inductor (L1 ) and Inductance Reactance of Inductor (L2) in series with Resonant Capacitor (140 -170) of Figure (7-6) as to (690) of Figure (7-8).

Resonant Capacitor (140 -170) of Figure (7-6) 


(690) of Figure (7-8)


In terms of Component Reactance, Inductors (L1/L2) should always be larger than Capacitor (ER) of Figure (7-2) in order to maximize amp restriction to enhance "Voltage Deflection" (SS' - 617a xxx 617n - RR') of Figure (7-4) and, is expressed by :

Capacitor (ER) of Figure (7-2)


"Voltage Deflection" of Figure (7-4)




Capacitor (ER) should remain relatively small due to the dielectric value of water to obtain maximum Thermal Explosive Energy-Yield (16a xxx 16n) of Figure (4-5) and subsequently establishing Quenching Circuit (370) of Figure (3-40) to prevent gas ignition inside traveling voltage wave-guide (590) of Figure (6-2) as to (730) of Figure (7-12)

Quenching Circuit (370) of Figure (3-40) 


 (590) of Figure (6-2)


(730) of Figure (7-12) 


... to bring-on and trigger Hydrogen Fracturing Process (390) of Figure (3-42) once liberated and expanding water gases (100) of Figure (4-8) passes beyond exit port (E9d)

 (390) of Figure (3-42) 


(100) of Figure (4-8)


... activating Voltage Ignition Process (90) of Figure (5-5)

(90) of Figure (5-5)


... utilizing Dynamic Voltage Potential (600) of Figure (6-3) of opposite electrical stress (SS' - 617 - RR') to cause thermal atomic agitation (90) of Figure (4-7) (kinetic heat by atomic motion)

 (600) of Figure (6-3) 


 (90) of Figure (4-7)


which, when occurring at gas exit port (32) of Figure (4-5), spark-ignites expanding water gas-fuel (45/46/47) of Figure (4-5) during water inject cycle (70) of Figure (4-5)

Figure (4-5)


... releasing thermal explosive energy (gtnt) (16) under control state.