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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #24 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.


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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #25 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.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #26 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 .


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« Reply #27 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.

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« Reply #28 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 .

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #29 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.

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #30 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..

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Re: UNIPOLAR means UNIPOLAR
« Reply #31 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