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« Reply #16 on: January 13, 2010, 15:05:24 pm »
Dankie, It appears to me that you are putting a lot of effort into a product you want to sell when there is no demand for it. Stan made a 3 phase RVIC and then a single phase solid state VIC, you do not need a 3 phase solid state VIC. Stephen didn't use one, Stan didn't use one, if you do it, you will be the first.

As far as I can tell you are just making a pulsing circuit, but the frequency is only part of it, you need the coils, and you have to make them yourself, you can't buy a 3 phase solid state VIC transformer, you would have to buy a normal transformer and rewind it. And you would simply have three primaries and 1 secondary, because no matter how you wind a single transformer you will not be able to run three secondaries on separate phases because the waveforms will combine. So what ever you come up with might look similar to a Bob Boyce transformer.

What exactly are you trying to accomplish? because it doesn't make any sense to me.


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« Reply #17 on: January 13, 2010, 15:23:58 pm »
Hi Donald,

Not necessarily true.  There are 3 phase transformers commercial for sale designed for around 50-60 hz AC.  The primaries and secondaries may be wired in a variety of ways depending on application.  The transformers are usually expensive.  Dankie would have to probably build his own but that's up to him.  Tesla has a patent for conversion of one phase to 2 phases to run 2 phase motors.  I would tend to agree that KISS is better and more economical.  Using off shelf parts and modifying is usually better that fabricating from scratch.  Bifilar alternators and motors are off shelf for example.  Wiring them can be hairy sometimes depending on what the goal is.  But you're probably discovering that.

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Andy

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« Reply #18 on: January 13, 2010, 15:38:21 pm »
Yeah I already expected that there would be no demand . The little demand there will be will pay my tubes . I worked for a few months this year so thats cool

This is for scientific purposes , it is the tool I am making for me for the Stephen Meyers replication . I am not about to play with  pulleys and 1000 watt motors to run 100 watts of electrolysis @ 400+ hertz . I am not doing any of Stan's junk  , I am working on the 'quote : 'back to square one' design of his brother ..

If it can be done with an alternator , I will do it with my synthetizer , thats what puharich had , once its isolated theres no difference whatsoever . It will work just fine as is anyways if the impedance is meant to be matched ,  . The water bath has so little phase angle and capacitance anyways that it will do fine as is , It dont like pure capacitive phase angles but it can handle any type of coil as is or LRC as is , how do you think those little LRC signal generator experiments get done lol , little op amps have fets inside em . Transformers isolate AND can step up , so its a double wammy . Stan Meyers work revolves around high voltage .

A patent is an open ended book , those with 'skill in the art' can see variations of the system . As far as I know Stephen mentions a 3 phase generator , and hes running at 496 hz , times 2 , synchronized . He mentions higher voltage gets more gas , so hes stepping it up anyways .

Would it make more sense to you If I ghetto rigged a double belt driven pulley system @ 10:1 gear ratio , times 2 , well synched 20 volt alternators , operating from an inefficient single phase motor @ 1700 rpm in my house lol ?

.. oops the breaker busted again ...Sorry everybody , dont mind me Im doing some Stanley Meyers experiment ... Ermm can I run an extra wire from the kitche ? .... Ill pay the power bills promise ... OMG I told you guys , dont cook or make toasts when Im experimenting ... OMG FIRE FIRE ...










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« Reply #19 on: January 13, 2010, 17:37:32 pm »
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