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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #256 on: January 05, 2010, 07:07:53 am »
1 and 6/8 OD will be on the small side, I suggest 2 inch OD or maybe even 2 and 1/8 inch OD.

Mine was ~ 2 inch OD and I found my loops could have been a bit larger. I would not want them any smaller at all.


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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #257 on: January 05, 2010, 15:40:52 pm »
i was mistaken .. my pipe is 1 and 7/8... im gonna have to go with it because i have already made all my secondarys last night and if i were to change then wont have enough wire to complete... just gott make some bilfillars now... next one i will go with 2' 1/4 or somthin and around 18 gauge as dynodon mentioned

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #258 on: January 08, 2010, 05:36:45 am »
ok i have been thinking and sketching the bifilar and secondarys cofiguration and visualizing the sequence of events that occur during pulsing.. i see  the positive pulse that pushes the electrons from the positive choke through the diode into secondary is going to the secondaries positive side which is transmitting  a  positive potential simultaneously.. i think this is considered a voltage doubler? 
now when the coil trys to go 180 out in oscillation  it throws secondary negative and the choke goes positive at the diode that is between them in series.

all in all what  will happen to a diode that the cathode is being oscillated 180 out from the anode? what kind of electron gating will occur during its rotor freq being applied at 100 percent duty and also what happens with the diode during off time once choke is charged

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #259 on: January 08, 2010, 06:02:24 am »
I don't know. Since the Stator is basically picking up half wave rectified AC it is 50% duty cycle all the time, but then the blocking diode and the frequency doubling stuff happens, which I haven't completely wrapped my head around. I tried playing with it in the circuit simulator and saw frequency doubling with the diode and collapsing magnetic field, but it wasn't as clear as I thought it would be because of the scale that the scope gives.

I talked to the guys at the motor shop when I returned the wire, and I'm going to get set up with someone who has electrical experience and a scope, and i'll see what this diode and bifilar choke circuit is doing in the alternator.

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #260 on: January 08, 2010, 07:12:23 am »
You should see google as a library at the tip of your fingers . The teammate that is never bored @ explaining to you .

Dont know how something works , google it . Dont know how something connects  , google it , dont know what a word means  on a datasheet , google it . Dont know what a button of the oscilloscope means , google it . Even youtube it .

From a to b to z , self-education by google . Especially in the domain of electronics and electricity , there is an answer for any question ., internet was made by electronics .


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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #261 on: January 08, 2010, 07:28:43 am »
Hi Donald,

Sorry I don't see how you can get 50% duty cycle from a 3 phase alternator unless you are wiring it as one phase then current goes one way then the opposite 50%.  Each phase of a 3 phase motor or alternator is 120 degrees of 360 degrees.  That would be 33 1/3% duty cycle.  180 degrees or half of 360 degrees would be 50% duty cycle.  But it's your project.  Maybe there was a reason why there were 9 tubes?

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Andy

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #262 on: January 08, 2010, 07:40:39 am »
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #263 on: January 08, 2010, 08:38:03 am »
now think about this.... when the alternator is swinging negative  towards the diode that is connected to the cell  the diode switches off current not allowing the negative to show in the fuel cell... it allows the positive charge that was forced on the tube to be isolated from the negative  pulse from positive choke... now at the same exact time the negative choke is being  hit with a positive  cycle since it is at the other south end of the  phase wind...   so does this mean that the cell is maintaining its postive plate charge while only the negative plate swings from negative to neutral?  and every time the negative is in a transition from a high negative back to neutral during off time its considered a postive pulse... since the direction of change in potential is in the direction of postive? i think these are answer that have we have been trying to understand..


lets say one pulse generates 100 volts into the positive plate and when the voltage swings 180 out  that voltage is locked in and the diode prevents electrons from intruding the positive exciter.. while at the same exact time when the voltage swings 180 out the potential in the negative exiter is being effect by the 180 emf since it is wound on the stator that is recieving a cycling frequency of alternating current and each wire is being affected on a mutual level when it comes to freq.. except the positive has gates allowing one directional flow..  so all in all i think the choke will build a matching potential pos and negative across the cell.. but that 180 emf that keeps hitting the negative choke actually helps maintain restriction in current since if current would want to go in any direction it would be across the gap but 50 percent of each phases pulse is restricting bringing swinging it back toward 0v   by the voltage in the negative exciter going from a high negative to around 0.. i think this can also promote the elongating of the electron.

what will happen in this circuits off time... what happens when u get a highly polarized set of chokes that have a diode separating the charge on one side and u have water on the other will the diode remain closed to currennt allowing the water to perform its own resonance and have voltage  disipate across the gap in a resistive manner? due to the resistance of the circuit and the resistance of water