The aim of hydrogen fracturing technology (HFP) is the development of a system which uses the energy from atoms to make a system which can be later on made on a mass production scale. Meyer was working on integrating an Electrical Polarization Generator (EPG) – a gas-based fuel cell that generates energy without the involvement of any chemical reactions – into the HFP. The important aspect of this output voltage is it be used economically and efficiently to separate the water molecules in a very controlled manner.
This is considered as a new innovation, as it consumes very low amounts of power to generate oxygen and hydrogen ions which can be used to trigger the HFP, allowing the atoms to release their energy.
A new system called Electron Grid Extractor Circuit (EGEC) has been developed to enhance the use of what’s called a Hydrogen Gas Gun (HGG), which can as well work as a trigger for the HPF. The development of what’s known as a Voltage Intensifier Circuit (VIC), which can generate the voltage phenomena mentioned earlier while consuming very little energy in the process, and its integration with the EGEC can use even less energy to achieve the same results.
Meyer also worked on the introduction of the EPG system as a part of his WFC and enhancing its performance in a way that would allow them to integrate into a single unit that can be mass produced keeping in mind the importance of the economic approval of the system to help reduce the production cost.
It was discovered that to maximize the performance of the EPG, different types of magnetized gases were developed and tester as Meyer developed a new technology to optimize the EPG by enhancing the electromagnetic deflection of these magnetized gases. Thus making his system would be more economic and efficient. While the HFP us used to destabilize the electric balance of the gas atoms, making them reach the critical point for energy utilization.
The HFP consist of an electronic control system which can trigger the system and control its efficiency and establishes the interfacing possibility. This system compiles with patent requirements both in and outside the US, and would be mass produced in the form of a small, simple and easily-used electronic component.
Another system called the Hydrogen Gas Injector Fuel Cell (HGIFC) consists of a vertical array of resonance cavities in its lower section, which would split the water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen ions using a high volt pulse train causing the resonance action. This ionized mixture then enter the HGG, mounted on top of the resonance cavities, and on to the HFP.
The thrust nozzle on top of the system is an optical thermal lens connected to the control system of the HPF itself. The final form of this product would be small and light weight allowing mass production at a low cost.
Hydrogen Gas Gun
Hydrogen Gas Gun
Water Fuel Cell