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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #136 on: October 31, 2009, 15:14:54 pm »
I wonder, to wind the Crossover Voltage Burst Sync-Pulse, with the center tap, you would wind two wires bifilar for the secondary, and two wires bifilar for the two chokes. This is what I imagine at the moment:

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Photo142.jpg)

You would need to have the proper amp inhibiting coil to make this work...

Here is my idea of an Amp Inhibitor Coil / Resonant Charging Choke

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/DonaldwfcResonantChargingChoke3.png)

Based off of the VIC coil and this drawing:

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Picture4-1.png)

If I try this, i'll wrap it with the same gage wire as the stator, and use 3 more diodes the same as the others. The core is from a flyback transformer from a TV/CRT.

It would be nice if I had another Stator, then I could wind both, but I guess I'll have to try one, then get another alternator to try the other... eventually...

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #137 on: November 02, 2009, 04:48:53 am »
After studying the videos and still shots of Meyer’s demo cell and dune buggy setup, I see what everybody else sees which is the complete unregulated wye wound alternator driven by a 1725 RPM AC motor with something in the neighborhood of 3:1 ratio from motor to alternator.
 
It’s the same basic setup from the “bench demo cell video”, the “dune buggy idle only video” and the “dune buggy on the road” video.  I think we all agree (or at least I hope so) that the AC motor driving the alternator is for the main purpose of maintaining a constant and specific voltage frequency (hertz) that you would not be able to maintain with an I.C.E. which varies from low RPMs at an idle to high RPMs at full throttle.  This is why it had to be a fixed RPM and an AC motor was used to achieve this.

In Meyer’s patents, he shows different ways to change the frequency with solid state electronic components however in every single working example (video) he uses the alternator driven by the AC motor.  Not the solid state substitutes for the variable transformer and the unregulated alternator driven by the 120VAC AC motor.  I’m guessing the electronic substitute circuits were included to cover him should anyone succeed with the same idea from another approach.  I don’t believe they actually work correctly (oh, I’m sure they work, but not correctly) or he would have used them himself.
 
He even went to the trouble of mounting that AC motor which drives the alternator right above the driver’s side rear tire.  I personally believe unregulated wye wound alternators emit dicey AM waves as I was experimenting with one and by accident started receiving AM interference feedback from the alternator which changed to a lower pitch when I reduced the drive RPMs.  This you will never get with the circuit board version of the pulse voltage frequency generator. 

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #138 on: November 02, 2009, 10:46:15 am »
In your photo you show biff coils on an E core. Stans vic was also on an E core.

I see your ferrite core. There is a photo of stans rusty core in an aluminum box with a thread there for a diode.

I'm sharing this, Not sure if someone has figured it out yet or not, But the E core stan used is from a Distributor from like an older car. I forget the car, There was a movie about the car , "Smoky and the Bandit." Whatever the car is in that movie, i'm thinking an camaro, The e core can be found on its distributor. Also, some older cars also have that same E core, It also appears to have a bobbin on it as well! The 4 corners also have holes with visible bolts in them. Those cores can be easily removed by a number 7 or 8 socket. Try and Search Ebay for that Distributor which contains the visible E core on the top, it is exactly what stan used.

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #139 on: November 02, 2009, 22:44:54 pm »
Warp,the E core transformer were custom made.I saw brand new laminates in Stans stuff.I'm familiar with the HEI coils your talking about that GM makes.Their smaller than Stans.It would be a cheap core to test with though.Just take apart the coil and use the laminates.But everyone needs to remember that this type of coil is meant for the injector system.It's not meant for the resonant cell or the demo cells.
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #140 on: November 03, 2009, 02:27:20 am »
dynodon,

if this is for the injector only can u explain to me what difference in  the style of choke arrangements that are involved in the water fuel cell and the injector?

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #141 on: November 03, 2009, 03:15:39 am »
The WFC VIC coil is on a two piece U core.The cores were of a powdered metal like ferrite.It had five seperate coils on it.Primary,secondary,two separate chokes,(not bifiller) and a pick up.They are two different types for different operations.The injector system used a different aproach,with greater voltages.
The chokes for the wfc vic coils were two seperate coils of the same size.They looked just like the secondary,I would say they were the same size in shape and wire size.
As for the injector coil,I couldn't see under the paper that was wrapped around the bobbin.
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #142 on: November 03, 2009, 06:46:10 am »
Warp,the E core transformer were custom made.I saw brand new laminates in Stans stuff.I'm familiar with the HEI coils your talking about that GM makes.Their smaller than Stans.It would be a cheap core to test with though.Just take apart the coil and use the laminates.But everyone needs to remember that this type of coil is meant for the injector system.It's not meant for the resonant cell or the demo cells.
Don

Ahh, it was an Firebird i think?

Yes, I was Fooled i guess. I only seen stans E core like once, And I was convinced that is what stan used. So you've stated you've seen both and there is a difference, Amazing that stan made his very own. However, I still think both E cores are Soft iron, So, why wouldn't those E cores be about the same as using the one stan used?

Thanks for the tip, I guess stan had his own design, A bit bigger E core than the normal ones i've found. Also, in his patents when using these Soft iron E core, its like the only thing on the core is chokes, Like the Steam resonator core etc,,.

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #143 on: November 04, 2009, 03:20:08 am »
In your photo you show biff coils on an E core. Stans vic was also on an E core.

I see your ferrite core. There is a photo of stans rusty core in an aluminum box with a thread there for a diode.

I'm sharing this, Not sure if someone has figured it out yet or not, But the E core stan used is from a Distributor from like an older car. I forget the car, There was a movie about the car , "Smoky and the Bandit." Whatever the car is in that movie, i'm thinking an camaro, The e core can be found on its distributor. Also, some older cars also have that same E core, It also appears to have a bobbin on it as well! The 4 corners also have holes with visible bolts in them. Those cores can be easily removed by a number 7 or 8 socket. Try and Search Ebay for that Distributor which contains the visible E core on the top, it is exactly what stan used.

In response to your photo.

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