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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #56 on: April 03, 2008, 21:42:07 pm »
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Figure 10XA in Stan2.jpg is a complete shematic of the Rotary Pulse-voltage frequency generator setup

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #57 on: April 03, 2008, 21:45:25 pm »
Hello passion

nice pictures damn awesome...clears up a lot of things.

Do you have them all in one file or folder we can all download? thanks

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #58 on: April 03, 2008, 21:52:48 pm »
thank you for your pictures, before this post gets carried away i would like to point out..

The Schematics in the pictures was to win the patent office over, ALL but the one with the variac powering the Transformer wich was the alternator.

The Timer circuit that pulsed rectified sine waves with a 50 % duty cycle was all used for "proving Pulsed DC to the patent office," and did not produce enough gas to run a car. In one of his patents you also see that he steped the voltage down. See my post in the VIC section.

I think we have finaly figured it out. Now i am 90% sure he was using an additive, he had to be.
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #59 on: April 03, 2008, 22:03:26 pm »
now is a good time for me to get this out before i forget lol... There is a resonance, The rotor is in resonance with the stator, this will happen at 3000 rpms when you hit harmonics, "so thats the resonance you have been looking for", it is a LC circuit. The inductor Mimics an ac cap, when resonation accures between the Stator and rotor extra power can be pulled from it powering the fuel cell, i learned this months ago but didn't really feel like explaining it.

SO, there is your resonance.

To whoever can replicate the alternator with something other than an alternator is a smart man! this is why i didn't attempt the artificial alternator circuit in the past.

full replication of the alternator would require that the output of the transformer would power the input of the transformer. Stan used a variac when he could have used what was called a self sustaining loop.

my first attemps used the self sustaining Loop, i made the alternator power itself with a driver motor, its very noticable when using this method you have to babysit the Loopining machine to keep it in resonance since the cell taking and loosing charges affects the resonation freq.

Later it was learned that you can come close to resonation by just using a variac on the rotor, not having to babysit the unit anymore. pulsing of the rotor will require more power, but will not require babysitting. well, i learned you could use a variac, but small circuits like i have made with the 555 timer does work better, and only draws 2 amps max from the car battery.
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #60 on: April 03, 2008, 22:19:20 pm »
so far we have learned that stan used a DC to ac Converter to run his driver motor wich powered his alternator with a high amp output... Now, whats missing? could it be the cell setup and electrolyte lol

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #61 on: April 03, 2008, 22:35:12 pm »


What is this big white box with all the switches? 

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #62 on: April 03, 2008, 23:32:41 pm »
Wouter, great pics!
I didnot have those in my library....
Do you have them in even a higher quality?
If so, can you email them to me?

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #63 on: April 03, 2008, 23:59:56 pm »
hYDRO: I agree again that its probably stator in resonance with the rotor but if you use a variac and you take the input from the negative side of the diode bridge from the alternator, how do you provide the intial power to the rotor required for  stator windings to generate AC?

I checked the it runs on water video and stan does first turn on the power supply to the motor alternator so its starts spinning and then switches on the rotary pulse frequency variac box. Is it because the negative side of the diode bridge of the alternator is supplying power to the variac box?

I have a major doubt with the pics posted by passion.

pic stan10: PHOTO EXHIBIT 11B1: ROTARY PULSE FREQUENCY CONTROL UNIT 0-110VDC input.

In the schematic equivalent Stan2.jpg it shows 110 Vac input not DC input.

Shouldn it be 0-110VAC input or is there something more to it?  Is it the input to the WFC?

My question is this:

If its 110 VAC input as according to the schematic stan2.jpg then the rotor will be pulsed with DC @60Hz constantly regardless of the voltage output from the variac.

I dont see how the rotor pulsing at 60 HZ constant will cause resonance. It must imply that onse side of the diode bridge is supplied to a DC to DC variac?

Also note everybody doing experiments with your alternator, the negative inner tubes is connected to the centre wye. Not the negative side of the diode bridge. Aslo note the schematic has only one diode for each stator winding, which means the negative side of the alternators  bridge rectifier  is being routed back to the rotor.

Thats the only way the frequencies will match. But this too doesnt make sense because it wont be uniform pulses but overlapping pulses or  rippled DC. Where is the resonance in that?