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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2009, 15:46:50 pm »
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Steven was working with laser precision.   What he came up with and presented to wire manufactures is being able to center the wire in the dielectric coating.  This allowed the wires to be have a high rating and reduce the dielectric coating material used.  The lasers track and maintain the wire in the exact center of the dielectric material.


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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #9 on: May 17, 2009, 15:57:17 pm »
ahh i see.. interesting.. so he manage to find a way to keep the coating consistent in thickness..  i bet he changed the coating system from a horizontal application to vertical. to deter gravitys effect to the curing coat.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #10 on: May 17, 2009, 17:48:11 pm »
Just wind em seperate in sections , cut yourself some spacers .

Cool it with a fan or tape it up well and put it in cold water .

The physical vibration is immense , thats the problem .

Also , connecting it right would also be good . :-X
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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #11 on: May 17, 2009, 18:43:03 pm »
I do know twisting the wires together increases coupling between the pair.
With meyers vic +/-20kv is created, the coupling voltage would be immense when wound bifilar, it's beyond the insulation breakdown voltage - depending on how the bifilar is connected.
like I said, i think dankie is right with his separate sections, for this reason.

the question is, how important is the capacitive coupling between the 2 chokes?
the vic matrix circuit in part 7 doesnt contain a schematic element for the capacitive coupling between the chokes, it does so for the mutual inductance.
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The circular-spiral turns of wire
(forming parallel electrical surfaces) is separated by an Insulated Dielectric Coating Material which
forms a series of capacitors (Cda xxx Cdn) (distributed capacitance per choke) when magnetic flux-lines (619a xxx 619n) produces
Electromagnetic Coupling Field (621) during pulse on-time (Tl),

didn't understand the following:
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all dielectric coatings having an effective 3KV per mil dielectric value
3kv per mil length of ss wire?

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2009, 19:21:29 pm »
I do know twisting the wires together increases coupling between the pair.
With meyers vic +/-20kv is created, the coupling voltage would be immense when wound bifilar, it's beyond the insulation breakdown voltage - depending on how the bifilar is connected.
like I said, i think dankie is right with his separate sections, for this reason.

the question is, how important is the capacitive coupling between the 2 chokes?
the vic matrix circuit in part 7 doesnt contain a schematic element for the capacitive coupling between the chokes, it does so for the mutual inductance.
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The circular-spiral turns of wire
(forming parallel electrical surfaces) is separated by an Insulated Dielectric Coating Material which
forms a series of capacitors (Cda xxx Cdn) (distributed capacitance per choke) when magnetic flux-lines (619a xxx 619n) produces
Electromagnetic Coupling Field (621) during pulse on-time (Tl),

didn't understand the following:
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all dielectric coatings having an effective 3KV per mil dielectric value
3kv per mil length of ss wire?

3kv per milli-inch

My coating is .85 mill , so about 2500 volts per wire , 2wires = 5000 volts .

Yes correct , capacitance shown in the matix circuit is only the parrallel inner winding capacitance of "each seperate coil" , its clearly indicated in the matrix circuit .

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2009, 21:32:11 pm »
how the hell did this topic get out of control

dankie's wire cannot be wound bifilar at all.

DANKIE'S COATING IS NOT THE CORRECT COATING.....IT'S CHEAP AND CANNOT EVEN BE USED in the figure 6-1 spool.

i ahve connected it all ways....REGARDLESS OF CONNECTION DANKIE'S WIRE CANNOT BE WOUND BIFILAR.

STAN'S WIRE WHICH DYNODON HAS CAN BE WOUND BIFILAR.

the real wire i am told has a coating 10 time stronger then dankie's wire.

DANKIE'S WIRE CAN ONLY BE USED IF 2 SEPERATE CHOKES ARE BUILT.



DANKIE'S WIRE IS NOT CORRECTLY COATED.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #14 on: May 17, 2009, 21:42:27 pm »
how the hell did this topic get out of control

dankie's wire cannot be wound bifilar at all.

DANKIE'S COATING IS NOT THE CORRECT COATING.....IT'S CHEAP AND CANNOT EVEN BE USED in the figure 6-1 spool.

i ahve connected it all ways....REGARDLESS OF CONNECTION DANKIE'S WIRE CANNOT BE WOUND BIFILAR.

STAN'S WIRE WHICH DYNODON HAS CAN BE WOUND BIFILAR.

the real wire i am told has a coating 10 time stronger then dankie's wire.

DANKIE'S WIRE CAN ONLY BE USED IF 2 SEPERATE CHOKES ARE BUILT.



DANKIE'S WIRE IS NOT CORRECTLY COATED.

My wire is coated with Imide-220 , wich is the 2nd best coating on the market . Best being Hi-Mol .

The coil should be wound seperate , look @ zero's coil  .

VIC coil 6-1 was always meant to be seperate .






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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #15 on: May 17, 2009, 22:20:31 pm »
BIFILAR only means one thing.

you have lied about your coating.