After my endeavors on Electro-Tech-Online, I have concluded that they are the least bit constructive. Now, I wasn't sure which section to post this in, so I went with EE. I'm currently developing a new engine concept similar to a Stirling Engine, and I have no idea whether it will actually work. I'm having a hard time grasping the wattage concept of the electrolysis. I understand that I should probably go for more wattage in general, but I want to know whether the amperage or the voltage is more important in conduct electrolysis at an extremely fast rate. One thing I think is worth mentioning is that as the piston is moving across the cylinder, more water will be separating the two electrodes, so how will this affect the ideal voltage and wattage? Sorry if my questions are too farfetched, but I'm excited about building the engine to see if it works properly and efficiently within the next month or so.