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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #145 on: November 06, 2009, 22:33:29 pm »
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

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I think this choke can not function properly because it's not in the same EM field from/in the stator. The bif-choke must be in the stator.

External regulation looks difficult. This could only be done at the Rotor winding (amplitude, pulse, gate, duty etc) but controllable rpm's are also needed, how are we/you gonna do this? Looks like this is brute force electrolysis, I don't know how the copper??? bif-chokes are going to preform in the stator. Remember that -NEG and +POS voltage potential must be created to the WFC di-pole in opposite equal potential and that the copper??? bif-choke is blocking the electron flow "Electron Bouncing Effect".  :o

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #146 on: November 07, 2009, 01:36:32 am »
The "amp inhibiting coil" must be a separate coil, outside of the rotor/stator field... beyond that I am not sure exactly how to wind it or what parameters are key.

But you only need the amp inhibiting coil for the second RVIC, and if I ever get a break from my schoolwork I'll be building the first RVIC... and see what I can do with that. It wont require an outside coil or anything fancy beyond the special stator wind which has bifchokes (see a few pages back).

Stan had copper VIC's ... I know his RVIC was copper, and the VIC in the Hydrogen Gas Gun is copper... so we should be able to get a copper vic going, then we can consider the SS wire, of which I have 4000 feet. When I get my wire for the stator i'll ask what kind of voltage it could stand, and see if I'm able to take 1000 volts out of it without arcing through the coating, and I'll have my Stator varnished and baked too.

This shouldn't be electrolysis at all when I get the RVIC, and I wont be pulsing anything or duty'ing anything, however I do have a spare VFD, Variable Frequency Drive, that I *could* use to control the speed of my drive motor, but this would come after the RVIC because I can't imagine it doing me any good now with the Delco Remy alternator setup.

One of the reasons I want to get an oscilloscope soon is so I can familiarize myself with my Delco Remy alternator and it's pulsing waveform, and then the RVIC when I get that going, compare, and see what's going on, and see if I'm getting the voltage and waveform I should be. I don't know much of anything about oscilloscopes now, but when I get one i'll learn how to use it inside and out so I can really understand this alternator. Of course then I want to take this understanding to a solid state VIC coil too.

I should also note that Stan's Electrical Pulse Generator is the [super version of the] Rotary VIC, patent attached, but that will take some real design work to figure out, and I know the solid state VIC would be much easier. You can learn a lot about how the RVIC works from that patent too. (Read carefully, and between the lines...)

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #147 on: November 07, 2009, 13:52:54 pm »
Donald could you make a interesting experiment to help all of us? since you have the ferritic wire could you make a air coil made from this wire with about 100 feet of wire and another coil of copper wire of the same length and awg and give us the inductance and resistance of both?

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #148 on: November 07, 2009, 15:47:21 pm »
Im Planning on selling my WFC Demmo Cell to raise funding to do more Meyer work! Im selling only the Fuel Cell part not the alternator because all it is is an alternator i bought from NAPA nothing fancy and im not selling the black box in my system, all it is Literally is a variac and a bridge rectifier. All you really need is something to apply some voltage to the field post on an alternator. This fuelcell works i have used it alot in my research but i need funding to continue so i figured id sell my baby! Im planning on putting it on E-Bay by november 20th. If anyone wants it before it hits e-bay just private message me!
Later dudes!!!
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P.S. a video of it is here:
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #149 on: November 07, 2009, 18:56:18 pm »
Donald could you make a interesting experiment to help all of us? since you have the ferritic wire could you make a air coil made from this wire with about 100 feet of wire and another coil of copper wire of the same length and awg and give us the inductance and resistance of both?

You mean Stan's SS wire? I could, but am not prepared to do such a test. I don't have the instruments to measure inductance, and I am saving this wire for when I understand the VIC and have a working copper VIC, and then when I am prepared to use the SS wire, then I'll use it, but I only have enough for 2 VIC coils and Zero mistakes. I also don't have any 0.005" copper wire to compare it to if I did make the coil.

Dynodon has done resistance measurements on the wire, his posts about that are somewhere on the forum. John Bostick has built coils out of this wire, and his inductance and other measurements are also posted somewhere on the forum.

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #150 on: November 07, 2009, 18:59:46 pm »
Im Planning on selling my WFC Demmo Cell to raise funding to do more Meyer work! Im selling only the Fuel Cell part not the alternator because all it is is an alternator i bought from NAPA nothing fancy and im not selling the black box in my system, all it is Literally is a variac and a bridge rectifier. All you really need is something to apply some voltage to the field post on an alternator. This fuelcell works i have used it alot in my research but i need funding to continue so i figured id sell my baby! Im planning on putting it on E-Bay by november 20th. If anyone wants it before it hits e-bay just private message me!
Later dudes!!!
Mr Bluesky
P.S. a video of it is here:
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I think you should keep it, try the rotary vic first, you have the perfect cell for it!
Having said that, I'll send you a message, because it might be perfect for me and save me building one just like it later on.

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #151 on: November 08, 2009, 21:54:45 pm »
So we have learned, thanks to Bubs, that in 1975 the alternators used on Lincoln Continentals look just like Stans, shown here

http://www.napaonline.com/MasterPages/NOLMaster.aspx?PageId=470&LineCode=RAY&PartNumber=133021A&Description=Alternator+-+Remfd+-+Premium

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

So it is likely that this is what stan used, and most likely *not* an aircraft alternator, and 1975 was just a few years before Stan built this system, so that adds up perfectly, he could have bought his alternator new or got it used, only a few years old.