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M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« on: July 15, 2009, 00:37:24 am »
M.E.G. possible radiant transformer.
This transformer based on some patents Bearden Bedini and others.
Similar to Naudin's M.E.G. but instead will have 4 coil primary's.
 
Here is a great start for this experiment, will wind bobbins soon.
This is a small setup MetGlas Amorphous Alloy taped PowerLite Core AMCC-80 and 6 modified bobbins.
From edge to edge of bobbin length is 5" and its 2.75" high and 2.5" deep.
 
When wound and pulsed the coils will switch flux paths.
Permanent magnet material will go in the middle of the core in direction of flux path.
M.E.G. theory suggests that its pretty easy to attain COP 3, I'm hoping.
 
What I see from the theory is that the pulsed coil flux path is enhanced with the permanent magnet flux.
The coils are switched, several possibilities here.
 
Hopefully a positive result will become of this.
 
Further thoughts are if its workable, how it can relate to a Meyers setup.
Meyer speaks of radiant energy. Energy locked in the vacuum.
It is a negative and cold energy is what I have read and been told.
Also to make or enhance the energy sometimes you have to think backwards or reversed.
 
This is my first attempt at producing this useful energy.

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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2009, 00:46:52 am »
awesome

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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2009, 00:51:13 am »
Hey Komtek,
 
Looking great so far.
 
I also started to build mine today.
 
I see real potential in this.
 
 

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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #3 on: July 15, 2009, 00:52:42 am »
Got my attention! For some reason I have always been addicted to coils.


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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #4 on: July 15, 2009, 09:45:51 am »
Looks great man.
Nice core as well. How did you get that one? Build it your own?
 
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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #5 on: July 15, 2009, 10:43:20 am »
Here is food for thought.
 
You all read this Tom Bearden website. Much info on scalarwaves, Dankie.
 
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bearden/ferdelance/index.htm#menu
 
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« Reply #6 on: July 15, 2009, 16:28:25 pm »
that litterature is a bit crude for me . :P

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Re: M.E.G. Radiant Transformer
« Reply #7 on: July 15, 2009, 17:43:49 pm »
This core is a MetGlas PowerLite Amorphous Alloy taped core.
AMCC-80 and 6 modified Metglas bobbins made for the size 80 core.
It may be just the minimal size to provide an experiment, anything smaller gets hard to work with area and bobbins.
 
The core is vey important for this type of transformer.
From what I understand your standard laminate core will most likely not produce a decent result.
Its very important to tune to the cores resonant point.
 
Naudin has excellent M.E.G. pages: http://jnaudin.free.fr/meg/megv21.htm
This is a great place to start to understand this technology.
 
M.E.G. Motionless Electromagnetic Generator. Also known as Flux Switched Transformer.

Picture of core shaving fell off while winding outer core bobbin. Ultra thin material 23um.     
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