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Re: Horvath seem to have inspired meyer in many ways...
« Reply #24 on: February 20, 2016, 09:05:08 am »
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The good thing about this patent is that it has a circuit diagram and a parts list.
Anyone who can follow a diagram should be able to see that the circuit is NON FUNCTIONAL.
from left to right = a UJT oscillator/saw tooth , SCR , fullwave centre tap transformer and on the right a push pull resonant primary.

Are the diodes right way around?
Are the 3055 bases connected to the trigger coils?
Is the trans pos or neg centre tap?

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Re: Horvath seem to have inspired meyer in many ways...
« Reply #25 on: February 20, 2016, 20:26:40 pm »
^^ this doesnt actually answer

Are the diodes right way around?      Q1 no
   
Are the 3055 bases connected to the trigger coils?Q2 no
Is the trans pos or neg centre tap?                               Q3 Im gonna say neither because its a centre tap
the transistors are supposed to switch the other off as each is turned on

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Re: Horvath seem to have inspired meyer in many ways...
« Reply #26 on: February 21, 2016, 09:53:57 am »
steve i wouldnt realy care about that comment we are bold of knowing that patent circuit needs special treatment to work...

i would split into 3 parts... the oscilator the power supply and the output..

the oscilator is what determine the repetition frequency seems to be related to the fet used..

the powersupply seems a pushpull arrange

and it charges up a capacitor that is dischaged to a pulse transformer but it seems to me there is dc flowing thru it too..

ARe you simulating this?

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Re: Horvath seem to have inspired meyer in many ways...
« Reply #27 on: February 22, 2016, 04:25:01 am »
he sugests that like in plasma confinement the particles will travel allong the lines of magnetic field

i think thre migh be confusion on component values nomenclature and turns ratios

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Re: Horvath seem to have inspired meyer in many ways...
« Reply #28 on: February 23, 2016, 00:43:48 am »
steve i wouldnt realy care about that comment we are bold of knowing that patent circuit needs special treatment to work...

i would split into 3 parts... the oscilator the power supply and the output..

the oscilator is what determine the repetition frequency seems to be related to the fet used..

the powersupply seems a pushpull arrange

and it charges up a capacitor that is dischaged to a pulse transformer but it seems to me there is dc flowing thru it too..

ARe you simulating this?

No, but i am now finally start tuning my Meyer setup. See how far i get.
But to run a car, you must for sure followe Horvaths measurements of magnetic fields and field lines and electromagnetic waves aka radiolysis supported electrolysis, creating DEUTERIUM!!!!
People, we need more atomic mass then only hydrogen, to run a car  properly.
But he.....dont listen to me...


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