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Electrical Pulse Generator
« on: April 09, 2009, 06:48:48 am »
This thing interested me right from the start, I didn't really understand it until today, but i always thought it was neat. Why did stan invent it? Should I build one? I looks like a better alternator and thats it? what was it really doing?

I was reading the patent again, and I was looking closer at how it worked, and I noticed a few things, but they didn't really click.

Then tonight I was at a friends place and I started explaining everything to him, and he asked a single thing that made all the pieces fall into place.

He asked "does it increase the watts?"

I said no, just the voltage... and bam.

Everything about the Electrical Pulse Generator fell into place. Go read the patent, see if you can see what's going on.




The Electrical Pulse Generator is:
-an improvement on the alternator.
-a voltage multiplier
-a pulsed input provides a pulsed output
-a current limiter

The Electrical Pulse Generator does everything the VIC does, take the output from it and attach it to your tubes, and i bet you'll be splitting water right away.

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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #1 on: April 09, 2009, 09:10:30 am »
 sure you get gas, but only as much as the total amps provide.
Nothing more.

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« Reply #2 on: April 09, 2009, 20:52:20 pm »
i bet you can run the drive pulley off of a turbine that is powered by the gas pressure, there are no opposing magnetic fields so this thing should spin as free as the bearings will let it. you will just have to kick-start it off of a small motor.

Also it wont be the amps doing the work, this will restrict amps, you put 40 watts into the EPG, at 12 volts, that leaves 3.3 amps, then you pull the voltage up to what ever you want, 20,000 volts, that'll leave you with 0.002 amps going to the cell, this accomplishes exactly what the VIC does, except it doesn't need electrical resonance, and you don't need a diode or ss wire. you can wrap the little bobbins with thin copper wire, say 0.005", and do 1000 turns per bobbin, 36 bobbins per layer, at least 4 layers, that could be 144,000 turns just from the bobbins, not to mention the two secondaries. this thing can definitely produce high voltage and restrict amps. and send pulses to the cell, what more do you need?

sure the vic coil is probably cheaper and easier to make, once you know exactly how to build it, but this thing would work no matter how you built it as long as you aimed for high voltage.


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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #4 on: April 10, 2009, 14:53:03 pm »
i bet you can run the drive pulley off of a turbine that is powered by the gas pressure, there are no opposing magnetic fields so this thing should spin as free as the bearings will let it. you will just have to kick-start it off of a small motor.

Also it wont be the amps doing the work, this will restrict amps, you put 40 watts into the EPG, at 12 volts, that leaves 3.3 amps, then you pull the voltage up to what ever you want, 20,000 volts, that'll leave you with 0.002 amps going to the cell, this accomplishes exactly what the VIC does, except it doesn't need electrical resonance, and you don't need a diode or ss wire. you can wrap the little bobbins with thin copper wire, say 0.005", and do 1000 turns per bobbin, 36 bobbins per layer, at least 4 layers, that could be 144,000 turns just from the bobbins, not to mention the two secondaries. this thing can definitely produce high voltage and restrict amps. and send pulses to the cell, what more do you need?

sure the vic coil is probably cheaper and easier to make, once you know exactly how to build it, but this thing would work no matter how you built it as long as you aimed for high voltage.

What we need more?
We need just 1 sign.
That sign must be that HV does work and not amps.

Till that moment.....

To be honest, i just had one of my many brainfarts too.
HV or Static voltage has different rules if you talk about conduction.
Maybe we should start a topic on that?

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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #5 on: April 10, 2009, 18:01:10 pm »
well i think it still needs to be pulsed voltage going to the cell

it's clear stan developed this as an improvement to the alternator method, before he got right into the fancy VIC coil, and he doesn't mention this invention anywhere that comes to mind right now, although he has two things that could be called the "EPG" so there could be a bit of confusion there. another point is that he invented the electrical particle generator before the electrical pulse generator.

anyway, this generator would have lots of other applications as well, you could attach it to a windmill, to generate electricity with a lot less resistance, or a normal gasoline generator to get a lot more electricity out.

it also shows that the pulsing is probably required for the resonance inside the resonant cavity and not for the electronics.

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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #6 on: June 21, 2009, 15:38:39 pm »


Power supply... new uses... [splitting water]... placed a need for more sophisticated systems.

One *particular* utilization ... [splitting water]... power transfer to the utilization device... [VIC or WFC] ... requirement that there be power isolation.

SRCs, Triacs and the such appeared to be an obvious solution to such a power transfer. Current limiting circuits were also developed. Unfortunately, the solution was not met. [Note to self, do not waste time with SRCs and Triacs]

The electronic devices in most instances could not limit or tolerate high power. [Blown mosfets ring a bell?]

... this type of current limiting requirement necessitated electrical power supplies - not electrical.

A very uneffective device is the auto alternator... [The Rotary VIC???]



[This is the real Rotary VIC]







*operable* [HE BUILT THIS, AND DREW IT IN THE PATENT]



[Variable frequency by variable drive speed]
[Variable output voltage amplitude by constant drive speed and DC pulsing]



[Infinite Current??? a) dead short condition, b) series resonance]



[What on earth is he talking about idling an automobile for? Ah yes... Variable voltage output controls gas production... which controls engine speeds]



[current limiting voltage source... how do you limit current in a dead short condition? ... to allow voltage to take over and perform the work of splitting the water molecule]



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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #7 on: June 21, 2009, 19:05:43 pm »
current limiting voltage source... how do you limit current in a dead short condition? ... to allow voltage to take over and perform the work of splitting the water molecule]


well from what i understand a choke is what restricts current.. to restrict current you must hold back electrons... the more winds on a choke the more lag in current because the emf of the choke will try to retain the electrons..