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Title: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 08, 2009, 05:22:22 am
must be 100% unipolar....no variations allowed inside the inductance core.

tomorrow i will begin with this.

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/unipolarcore.jpg)
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 08, 2009, 07:25:20 am
unipolar electric field
unipolar magnetic field
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 08, 2009, 14:18:19 pm
i agree but heres a deeper perspectve..what does sync pulse mean ? its all about timing.  a sync pulse is positive and negative hitting at the same time of equal opposite potential amplitudes.. alternating current  alternates pulses.. positive and negative dont hit at the same time  the main point stan is getting at is you dont oscillate the magnetic force in the cell cause the polar molecule water will keep changing direction causing non harmonic chaos.  so to keep them polarized in one direction allows them to build a speed in a sense..  and how can you build speed when you are constantly being switched in direction?   i dont fully understand the speed yet but it will come to me in time..maybe the electron must be hit with a fast force so with your vic cycling on  5000 times in one second with a 50percent duty cycle meaning its 10khz. we will say all odd numbers up to 10,000 are on while the even are off.  so that means it is alternating on and off every 1/10,000 of a second.. then you have the duty cycle on top of that  i think it would determind by find the square root of 10khz which is 100... this will make it where you can turn on and off the 10khz on and off cycle... so you will get 100 on and off burst and 100 turned off on and off burst(meaning off completly.)   i consider the over lying 50percent duty cycle the resonance of the transformer and it is around 200 hertz unipolar pulsed.. having 100 of the pulses on while the other 100 off... it can be a bi polar pulse and i would say it would enhance effect by 2.

http://www.guba.com/watch/2000932377

http://ust.caltech.edu/press/ued.html
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 08, 2009, 20:38:19 pm
this is will help you understand the sync, i don't think it is as complicated as anyone thinks, the similarities between this and the sync diagram are clear, and the differences make sense when you think about how Stan would apply this to a cell with a pulsed dc input to the primary.
(http://sub.allaboutcircuits.com/images/03444.png)

Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 09, 2009, 12:36:16 pm
unipolar electric field
unipolar magnetic field
... don't exist
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 09, 2009, 15:46:12 pm
you are right, but i mean the direction, as does stan, the direction never reverses past an equilibrium
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 15, 2009, 17:41:14 pm
unipolar.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 00:30:18 am
i have tried every single connection.

it is not the connections.

IT IS DANKIE'S COATING.

dankie's coating can ONLY work if the 2 coils are completely seperated....

i repeat dankie's coating is far too weak fo bifilar action.


i can't believe i went through all this work and have gotten nowhere becuase someone forgot to let me know that there wire doesn't have the proper coating......nice.......SPEAK UP NEXT TIME.


on a side note i have seen possitive results with unipolar pulsing core.......and very clean double pulses occur at above 4khz with john's coil.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 15:46:50 pm
Outlawstc

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.

Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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?
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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 .
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames 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 .





Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 22:20:31 pm
BIFILAR only means one thing.

you have lied about your coating.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 22:32:15 pm
how the hell did this topic get out of control
sh*t happens
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dankie's wire cannot be wound bifilar at all.
Why not?
Too brittle? dielectric of 2,5kv/mil is ok.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 22:36:01 pm
some are quick to conjecture when the puzzle doesn't just fall together in the fast and timely manner they wish for.... i guess its there way of getting stress of there shoulders?
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 23:03:31 pm
no john has recieved the wire from dynodon and has compared it to dankies to only find out dankie cut corners on the coating.

dankie's coating is not ML heavy build.

it does not have the specs he claims.

not removing stress off my shoulders....believe me there is more in my life then a coil.

dankie has done more harm then good by not being true.

stanley meyer's wire is properly coated.

dankie needs to re-coat his wire.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 17, 2009, 23:28:32 pm
no john has recieved the wire from dynodon and has compared it to dankies to only find out dankie cut corners on the coating.

dankie's coating is not ML heavy build.

it does not have the specs he claims.

not removing stress off my shoulders....believe me there is more in my life then a coil.

dankie has done more harm then good but not being true.

We just recently discovered this , John tested out the Dyno wire a few days ago . Nobody expected physical vibration to be such an issue . Gauss made his coil work , not evrybody has destroyed it like you Kinesis . I

All my customers will get as much wire as they want , if you feel its too difficult to get the job done , I suggest you buy a small orer from Dynodon or JohnBostick . I dont believe there is any Dynodon wire left tho .

I know for a fact that it can work , you just nhave to keep the thing cool thats all , put it in a ice bucket and let it stay there ...

If we get a proof a concept with the Dyno wire , I will order a new order this time around and refund my unhappy customers with proper wire .

There will be no cash refund ,




Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 18, 2009, 09:09:28 am
it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

i was getting the unipolar double pulse and placed my probe on the second choke to see it's reaction and it INSTANTLY SHORTED OUT....just from the probe touching it......(probe acting as a load)

ELECTROJOLT AND I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.

i would love to see GAUSS'S success.

the wire cannot handle any power....IT CANNOT AND WILL NOT HANDLE 40 WATTS....REGARDLESS IF IT IS 1KV AT .04 AMPS OR W/E COMBINATION.....THE WIRE'S COATING JUST CAN'T HANDLE ANYTHING.

YOU WIRE CAN ONLY WORK IF WOUND SEPERATELY AS IN FIGURE 10-3A.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 18, 2009, 15:00:58 pm
the shaking is because the 400 series SS is magnetic.  when the copper choke is powered the magnetic field is attempting to move the SS just like an electromagnet works.

Someone earlier mentioned Steven Meyer said 300 series needs to be cold worked.  Cold worked SS in the 300 series make is magnetic.  The nickel mixed with the 300 series is the cause of it being non magnetic.

If you think about it Copper wire is not magnetic - so why does the SS need to be?  The effect should stil be present.

As for the wire coating - keep the bifilar wires lined up perfectly and use tape between the layers.  The copper coating should hold up even if the SS coatings fail.

Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 18, 2009, 16:41:22 pm
@warj1990
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Someone earlier mentioned Steven Meyer said 300 series needs to be cold worked

steven does mention cold rolled and 300 series.. but he is speaking of the cell plates not the wire i dont think.. he brings it up and trys to pull attention toward what the silicon in the stainless does when its cold rolled.. think about what happens if you try to cold form glass.. you cant it will shatter.. so hes trying to tell us somthin about that.. he also says how its interesting how it forms a bunch of little triangles in the material.. what he means by this i think is that the silicon is forming some type of prism configuration naturaly with the cold rolling.. the silicon cracks into smaller defect crystals which are good light multiplyier.. if you watch the most recent mit vid i posted. it is about semi conductors and it kinda explains silicons reations in semi conductors.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 18, 2009, 16:47:40 pm
it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

i was getting the unipolar double pulse and placed my probe on the second choke to see it's reaction and it INSTANTLY SHORTED OUT....just from the probe touching it......(probe acting as a load)

ELECTROJOLT AND I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.

Yes it is true, my VIC chokes shorted out very fast (less than 5 minutes)
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 19, 2009, 06:39:42 am
I think Dankie's wire is good enough.

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it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A LOAD ON THE SECONDARY IT WILL BURN THRU JUST ABOUT ANYTHING,  YOU CREATED A SPARK GAP TO YOUR PROBE BECAUSE THE CIRCUIT SAW THE PROBE AS A GROUND.  ITs like burning a hole thru it with a torch.

At 200ma into the primary, I was sparking an automotive spark plug across a .080 gap with a set of SS bifilar chokes.( WOUND TOGETHER)  Just like it was hooked up to a 50,000 volt coil.

Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 19, 2009, 19:32:59 pm
it has shorted connected as in figure 10-3b and it has shorted connected in the opposing manner.

it shorts it shorts it shorts.

with a load or without a load.

i have studied the chokes individually and they work fine.

ANY bifilar configuration will cause shorting.

EVEN IF CONNECTED TO A LOAD.


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At 200ma into the primary, I was sparking an automotive spark plug across a .080 gap with a set of SS bifilar chokes.( WOUND TOGETHER)  Just like it was hooked up to a 50,000 volt coil.

and this statement of 200ma into the primary with a ss bifilar resistance of 11.6 kilo ohms will lend an amperage in far less then 10^ -7 range if including the transformer secondary to priamry ratio......WHICH WILL NOT JUMP A SPARK ACROSS .08 gap....what was your input voltage?...must have been really large to conpensate for such a tiny tiny amerpage......and even then you will have breached dankie's "so-called" coating breakdown.

DID YOU MAKE THAT UP?

THE ABOVE STATEMENTS YOU HAVE MADE DO NOT ADD UP.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 20, 2009, 20:45:08 pm
HK is an engineer and knows what hes talking about .

Now stop with this useless pre-conception that it needs to be bifilar  and wind it sequential for no more issues .

As I said before , look @ zero's coil in the video , a 1/1 isolation transformer , EI core , wound in sequential order .

Just like the VIC , only the VIC has more cavities for better interlinking .

Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 20, 2009, 21:26:13 pm
i am 1 year away from taking my F.E. to become a licensed environmental engineer in the state of florida.

i too have an understanding of processes.

HK's statement does not make sense.

so for his first post since january 2009 he does not know what he is talking about.

his input voltage must be incredibly high with an input of 200ma at the primary in order for it to spark across a gap once it is stepped up through the secondary and stepped even further due ot the ss wire's properties.

and by the time his input voltage reaches the ss bifilar windings it would be beyond the coatings voltage capabilties.

sparking across a .08 gap with a .002 amp input on the primary of a vic does not add up....

for all i know you created that username january 2009 and have logged into it now to write such an unfounded response to cover your faulty wire coating.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 20, 2009, 21:34:08 pm
i am 1 year away from taking my F.E. to become a licensed environmental engineer in the state of florida.

i too have an understanding of processes.

HK's statement does not make sense.

so for his first post since january 2009 he does not know what he is talking about.

his input voltage must be incredibly high with an input of 200ma at the primary in order for it to spark across a gap one it is stepped up through the secondary and stepped even further due ot the ss wire's properties.

and by the time his input voltage reaches the ss bifilar windings it would be beyond the coatings capabilties.

sparking at across a .08gap with a .002 amp input on the primary of a vic does not add up....

for all i know you created that username january 2009 and have logged into it now to write such an unfounded response to cover your faulty wire coating.

HK is an electrical engineer ( are you an electrical engineer ?)

He was the first person to ever contact me about the wire . I have asked him to come here and tell about his experience with the wire .

http://waterfuelcell.org/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1185&start=0



Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 20, 2009, 21:40:07 pm
no i am not an electrical engineer

but i understand power = amperage x voltage

seems everyone is having problems with your wire when it is wound bifilar.

let's see his "success" then.

as of now your wire cannot be wound in a working bifilar manner until proven.

so how about you ask him to show his "success."

also regardless. YOUR COATING IS NOT ML HEAVY BUILD AND FROM JOHN'S COMPARISON STAN'S COATED WIRE HAS A COATING OF ABOUT 10 TIMES GREATER STRENGTH.

so how about some people step up to the line.

i am sick of theory this and theory that.

your wire HAS TO BE wound in seperate cavities.......it cannot be wound bifilar.

and figure 6-1 IS WOUND BIFILAR.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 21, 2009, 16:19:05 pm
ok  i have been thinking and thinking and thinking, did i mention i have been thinking?  the more i think the more i realize how much i dont know.. but i do know one thing.. unipolar means unipolar..

this is a good logical answer i think.. i think the cell  is pulsing both sides with negative charges and gateing one to ground..   it is electric fields that interact with protons and electrons, while electromagnetic fields are produced around objects like metal that has the same direection spins occuring atomicaly..   so ask yourself what a double negative pulse will do to the water? well the negative is attracted to the proton of the atom.. you cannot attract protons into stainless.. so the double negative will cancel it self out since ther are of equal force.. as for a scalar wave i think it will cause a tension wave to the protons, while the electrons will experience a compressional wave...  it would be pushing the electrons away from both the plates causing condensing.. you shouldnt leak electrons into the water since it is already occupied and doent have vacant holes.. now by haveing one hooked to secondary it allows secondarys potential build up to be present in the chokes.. gating the other choke to ground is allowing potential charge of earth neutral to enter negative charged choke.. the negative potential it is in will be under earths neutral field of charge so therefor it will have a positve climb in potential happen..  its like bringing the voltage into sub voltage levels compared to earth potential..  earth is called neutral.. the reason why is because it has infinate of both positve and negative charges..  since there both are both getting negative that restricts amps then since ones getting gated it creates the unipolar .001 amp flow stan claims. the gated side will be the side of production i think..    during gate on time the plate with the gate will jump in a positve direction of charge from earth ground causing electrons to get jerked toward the plate and protons to repel..
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 23, 2009, 02:02:10 am
it was not heat that caused shorting......i kept only one choke connected the other choke was completely disconnected from the entire circuit.

i was getting the unipolar double pulse and placed my probe on the second choke to see it's reaction and it INSTANTLY SHORTED OUT....just from the probe touching it......(probe acting as a load)

ELECTROJOLT AND I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM.

Kinesisfilms,
Can I ask how you wound you bifilar?  Did you twist the pair of wires and wrap as one?  Or did you wrap each wire in seprate gaps? 
Thanks BW
P.S.  I did find some Cold Rolled grain oriented cores.
I just complete one with each wire in a seprate gap.  Each inductor measures 2.83 H


Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 23, 2009, 04:27:15 am
I dont understand Burntwire , did you have any problems  ???
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on May 24, 2009, 02:00:19 am
I dont understand Burntwire , did you have any problems  ???
No problem at all yet. Save my general confusion on this topic.  I’ve read so much on proper coil winding I’m not sure which to do.  So when someone smokes one I want to understand what their doing and try to avoid costly mistakes. 
I’m attempting this on seprate cores with the torridal step up.  Why you may ask?  I’ve just had no luck finding a CRGO core of suficent size to fit everything.  I did find a few ferite cores which work however their terrible in terms of HENRY improvement.  Both the ferrite and air cores were pretty much worthless for producing a large H.  Using the same bobbin with 300 turns per gap (pic 4) of my bifilar yeilded the following Henry readings
AIR
0.076 H leg 1
0.075 H leg 2
Ferrite
   0.152 H leg 1
   0.150 H leg 2
CRGO
   2.954 H leg 1
   2.933 H leg 1

Now the interesting finding the
Check out the following signal pictures.
Input Voltage 12Volts
Freq. 4.9 KHz

Pic1
Bifilar hooked up with full lenght of both legs

Result:   Normal frequency double and some voltage gain
60Volts p2p with 1.94 A on primary

Pic 2 (Tap2)

Bifilar hooked up with full length of leg one (as Stan shows) and leg two exiting on the last tap of the second leg.  Effectively shortens the second coil by 600 turns.

Result:    
Weird frequency Massive first Voltage spike
2nd and 3rd Pulse much smaller
622 Volts p2p with 0.49 A on Primary
Voltage gain is great in terms of peak to peak differental however I’m not getting the steping yet with hooked up to the WFC.  Readings are fairly stable at 1kv

Pic 3 (Tap 1)
Bifilar hooked up with full length of leg one (as Stan shows) and leg two exiting on the second to last tap of the second leg.  Effectively shortens the second coil by 300 turns.

Results:
Weird frequency another Massive first Voltage spike then a bunch of little spikes until the next pulse

578 Volts p2p with 0.32 A on Primary


Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on February 13, 2010, 15:00:40 pm
no i am not an electrical engineer

but i understand power = amperage x voltage

seems everyone is having problems with your wire when it is wound bifilar.

let's see his "success" then.

as of now your wire cannot be wound in a working bifilar manner until proven.

so how about you ask him to show his "success."

also regardless. YOUR COATING IS NOT ML HEAVY BUILD AND FROM JOHN'S COMPARISON STAN'S COATED WIRE HAS A COATING OF ABOUT 10 TIMES GREATER STRENGTH.

so how about some people step up to the line.

i am sick of theory this and theory that.

your wire HAS TO BE wound in seperate cavities.......it cannot be wound bifilar.

and figure 6-1 IS WOUND BIFILAR.

This fckin poussy had it working right , he mentionned square waves once on the secondary but I cant find the post anymore .

He and John ruined my project and robbed me of my Bobbins and wire .

These little amateurs robbed me .

I told them from the beginning to wind each coils in a seperate section and explained why that was logical , never did they listen to me , they were was a a sophist little saboteur , John never sent my VIC for me to test and did not understand basic electronics , Kinesis was even worst , couldnt make a pulsing circuit work right .

He shafted me and never came up with my VIC .
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 01, 2010, 05:36:38 am
you suffer from mental problems.

i have not heard from bostick either.

i feel i got my moneys worth from using johns coil.

i never got my coil back either, i got 5 uses total with 2 different coils.

your wire was junk and it seems now you are stuck with it and are trying to say we lied so you can sell some more.

tisk tisk.  a full year and you have still not grown up.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 01, 2010, 18:35:14 pm
Troy

 Did you did you get a VIC operational, with gas production?

I should thank you again for giving me those stainless steel tubes, you can see what made with them in the RVIC topic.

Thanks.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 01, 2010, 20:39:53 pm
my only problem was trying to figure out how to push power through my setup.

i can get all the waves forms, but not at the required voltage amplitude.

i have since put on hold my efforts until more information arises.
Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 02, 2010, 01:02:28 am
Ask Komtek how long he had his stainless choke , still using it and no break .

You broke it cause you wound it wrong and wire it close together , not like I told you .

What you made is maximised voltage between turns and maximised the capacitance between wires .

Learn about basic numbers and electronics and listen to what I say tne come back complaining about my wire , Komtek and Hardkrome still use to this day and never had any problems with it .



Title: Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
Post by: Login to see usernames on March 02, 2010, 02:38:38 am
I shorted one of my chokes.
But it was all my doing from messing with it physically and having the SS bifilar wire both coming out the same hole, shorted at the point where they come out of the bobbin. Tried to dig it out, still think I can but I don't care because I got a couple more of them.
Have played with it and its all good as long as you don't over-screw it ::), meaning a person could pulse wrong and have wrong loads on it that could cause an incorrect current draw into the transformer.
I still have not made anything for this transformer yet.
Although I did play with only a single isolated small tubeset, but after a while I really thought it was designed for another part in the system and not a tube-set. Did make some tiny bubblidge with it.
Besides that at the time I didn't even have a decent pulser setup.

Don't know what else I can tell you.
Never heard any problems from HardChrome either don't think he had any.
I'm also holding on to find out if these transformers were made for another part of the system.
Thinking pretty soon I'll set-up a ionizer its been on my mind for sometime now and seeing some of the simple methods has helped me decide.
Thanks to Bubz and Steve for that.
I'll try these transformers in an ionization experiment, for some reason I think they were designed for another HV device not a tube-set but air-gas processor sounds good or injector electrodes.