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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #200 on: April 10, 2009, 20:29:34 pm »
by the way i discovered a software which can be used for various purposes together with a good soundcard, also a spectrum analyzer:

http://www.fesb.hr/~mateljan/arta/news.htm

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #201 on: April 10, 2009, 20:36:31 pm »
could it be the wrong diode, stan calls it a switching diode, a blocking diode, is there a special meaning to these words, where the diode is more than just a normal one, i don't know much about it.

what is the input volts/amps?
and the output volts/amps?


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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #202 on: April 10, 2009, 20:49:22 pm »
that is what i was thinking also donald but, in patent # 5,149,407 he states that the diode used in the vic circuit is a 1N1198 which is nothing different.....stna also uses the term switching diode as much as he uses blocking diode.....so that is a mystery long solved.

i will attempt to make a video of what is going on....as of now there are far too many numbers for me to remember.

i just know that there is no second pulse on the off pulse.


i swear it drives me insane.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #203 on: April 11, 2009, 02:48:42 am »
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Primary Coil (26) (typically .030 Ga.) film coated magnet wire is longitudinal wrapped in
space relationship on top of and layered bidirectional (507a xxx 507n) across spiral-wrap coils
(501a xxx 50 In) to complete bobbin cavity (504).

ok this is what im thinking..  longitudinal wrapped might  mean its wrapped tight and side by side all the way down to the end then a loop 180 bend and wind in opposite direction all the way back. then one more 180 bend back to the other end. making 3 layers?. that i think will cause a longitudinal wave pulse up the core to the 180 bidirectional turn... and also restrict amps?  might have to get a roll of .030 ga and experiment with primary wind.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #204 on: April 11, 2009, 03:32:21 am »
that actually sounds like it fits the description! smart thinking, that should be something to try

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #205 on: April 11, 2009, 03:40:19 am »
yea like maybe the middle sandwiched wind kinda plays neutral?  the wayi see it is being comprehended was that longitudinal was to wind at a angle and bi direction is to go end to end.. but i think that will just create emf wash...

for the way im thinking it would be like the first layer is 180 in then the 180 loop puts it 180 out for the second middle layer and the last 180 loop on the begining side is 180 back in phase...

what does everyone else think?


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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #206 on: April 11, 2009, 06:03:43 am »
maybe thats what stan means when he says current lags by 90 degrees?  the 180 out phase in the middle is actually considered 90 out since its connected to 2 180 in winds on each end? 180 / 2 = 90?????...   the only current in the system is in the primary right?  maybe it might just need to be wound from one end to the other and back with no 180 turn at all?   the way it looks wrapped now just doesnt seem like it would make a good pulse for deflecting electrons ........ your sending emf back and forth threw a web..... it doesnt create a unified field???   you got to think what type of emf is going to to work on moving the electrons out if the positve side of the secondary and try to condense them on the negative side.. every time a pulse hits and trys to condence them to the negative pole of the core. when it colapses the electrons are trying to return to the positve side of the coil but then you hit it with another electron wave  its like 2 negative waves hitting., they oppose and bounce of each other?. thats the multiplying of the electron bounce phenomenon? but to multipy up it gets hit with a step up pulse?   all questions...   this water hobby is gonna put me in the looney bin lol

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #207 on: April 11, 2009, 06:32:32 am »
well first off i am a tad intoxicated......i had an idea to connect one end of the tubes to an "earth" ground as stated in hydro's experiments.......i achieved the second pulse on the off pulse at around my meter read 590 volts dc coming off the vic coil.....when connected as ac it read 114......it was a clear second pulse....but this second pulse only occured at a certain frequency......my tubes where not in resonance with the inductor nor where the tubes submerged in water........when i submerged it in water i couldn't even get a signal on my scope......nothing worked after that at all....i replaced the mosfet still nothing.....and then weird shit just started happening which leads me to believe it is my aligator clips which have said fuck you for the night.......i will look into this more in hte morning.....

but all in all......I HAVE HAD POSITIVE RESULTS WITH THE EARTH GROUNDING OR (ISOLATED GROUND)....THE SECOND PULSE EXISTS PERFECTLY!

hopefully i can progress in the morning!