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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #8 on: June 21, 2009, 23:26:43 pm »
If you see how this EPG works then you'll see that each layer is coupled to the next layer ONLY by electromagnetic fields, and the proceeding layers are NOT grounded, thus it is impossible to draw more current than is induced. The dead short could be asking for 30 Amps, but the source is only providing mili-amps... mili-amps is all it gets.

Thus current is limited, Chokes can restrict it further, if you look in the TB you'll see their are chokes in the Rotary VIC schematic.

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« Reply #9 on: July 04, 2009, 07:46:26 am »
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.

If this is true,  then all we should need to do for testing/replication purposes,  is to make high voltage pulsed DC,  say 20KV at 2 ma and apply it to a water cell.    Just buy a  20KV lab supply and  attach it to a water cell ......

Sorry  but those that have tried can tell ya .  You  won't make any significant gas that way.       As soon as you hook it to the cell,  the voltage will drop to almost nothing and you will be  lucky to see a couple of small bubbles every 5 minutes.

It would be similar to connecting 20KV @ 2ma across a 10 ohm resistor.   You will read about 20mv across your cell.  

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Re: Electrical Pulse Generator
« Reply #10 on: July 04, 2009, 23:40:18 pm »
Maybe that understanding was off a bit, I said that was months ago when I knew less. I've since reread all the patents, some several times.

But a sound point is, dozens of people have replicated the alternator set up with impressive gas production. This is Stan's own 'improvement on the alternator' designed directly to overcome some inefficiencies of the alternator and to make it specifically useful for the purpose of powering the WFC.

You have seen stock alternators, rewound high voltage alternators, and then this is the next step from that. Of course it is going to produce gas, and it is going to do it a lot better. This is what it was designed to do.