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What a magnetron is
« on: January 12, 2008, 05:38:44 am »
First, you don't need a magnetron from a microwave oven, it is much to big, stay away from those! i am not liable for your stupidity, its not needed.

however, a small small magnetron needs to be made, in the old days magnetrons was made from vacuum tubes, we will learn and make a smaller one.

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The heart of a microwave oven is the magnetron. A magnetron converts electrical energy to microwave radiation. To do this, it uses low-voltage alternating current and high-voltage direct current. A transformer changes the incoming voltage to the required levels and a capacitor, in combination with a diode, filters out the high voltage and converts it to direct current.

Inside the manetron, electrons are emitted from a central terminal called a cathode. A positively charged anode surrounding the cathode attracts the electrons. Instead of traveling in a straight line, permanent magnets force the electrons to take a circular path. As they pass by resonating cavities, they generate a continuous pulsating magnetic field, or electromagnetic radiation.
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Re: What a magnetron is
« Reply #1 on: January 12, 2008, 10:53:40 am »
incase you may have missed it, stanley was using a magnetron in his vic. dont bother trying to find it, its just something i happen to know.

learn your microwaves and what they do, then combine that with a laser.

also youtube super heated water. its unstable.

and check out the problem russia was having with exploding thermal water.
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Re: What a magnetron is
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2008, 15:20:42 pm »
Hydro

What problem did the russians have?
If super heated water is unstable, are you suggesting that we should not waste any time on the magentron?

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Re: What a magnetron is
« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2008, 19:07:38 pm »
a magnetron from a oven is to dangerouse, the old magnetrons was a tube like deal, stanley spent 10 years working with tubes.

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Re: What a magnetron is
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2008, 05:42:28 am »
Stan hatched out a tube     

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« Reply #5 on: April 23, 2008, 05:45:13 am »
But on a serious note, yeah Stan used a magnetron and it kicks * . Not only does it superheat the water but it also pulls the water with the direction of current flow acting as an electrical water pump with no moving parts.

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Re: What a magnetron is
« Reply #6 on: August 08, 2008, 04:13:43 am »
Where exactly did you get the idea that he was using a magnetron as a constant displacement water pump? this is wild speculation , the steam resonator heated the water

there is not much info on his water pump , quote me  where you think  hints in that direction , why would he need microwave frequencies to move that water around  is what i wanna know , makes no sense

he was using a keeley type water heater that requires much less power than a magnetron , and that was to heat the water  for cold countries.