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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #320 on: February 08, 2010, 02:53:48 am »
I started making this video months ago, and just decided to finish it. It's made of clips from various videos of Stan.


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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #321 on: February 23, 2010, 22:22:29 pm »
Here's a video I found browsing youtube.com using just basic off the shelf items.  Looks like a good start.  Also looks like he at one point looped the output of the rotor to the input of the stator after initial excitation.


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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #322 on: February 23, 2010, 22:56:53 pm »
Yes, I watched this the other day and sent him an email to come see this topic.


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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #323 on: February 24, 2010, 20:41:42 pm »
This is a great thread , im really excited and cant wait to see how these alternators perform  ;D

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #324 on: February 28, 2010, 18:58:17 pm »
heres a perspective i think is being missed in the solid state non rotary version of a vic.. if stans rotary vic is the first method of making it work. then there are some truths there that are over looked when it comes to pulsing.. the secondary of the rotary isnt just getting a unipolar pulse nor are the chokes its a ac sine hitting secondarys and chokes.. when building a solid state would it make sense to allow a ac wave into the primary? i think stan considers the on time in the circuit when electrons condense at the blocking diode that goes to pos choke at this same time neg choke is being electricaly effected by secondars which i think sends the resonant gap  into a neutraliztion and then off time is when them same condensed electrons are being released in the opposite direction rubber banding that condensed charge and creating double the reaction.. this would give a doubled voltage response to the pos choke where secondary connects.. now if this holds true then when emf is condensing negative potential at diode then it is also making the negative choke try to go positive during electron condensing at diode in secondary... this will allow negative potential to drop in the cell neg plate which is what you want to allow electron to travel back that way.. it is also making negative choke react with postive choke in efforts to swing it back to 0 and falls in a negative direction.. but i think as long as the swing doesnt surpass original 0 then its not a ac wave in the cell..

really think on how rotary primary is generating ac wave and all wires are interacting with ac but they are pulsing dc due to isolation of 1/3 of the winds while 2/3 as well have a mutual characteristic (length and size) as well as a mutual space relationsip (distance from each other)  i think its a good observation some may not be relating to between a solid state version and rotary..

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #325 on: February 28, 2010, 19:10:28 pm »
Outlawstc I like your thinking.
Sorry to throw this in here Donald.
One thing bad about AC is a starting point because were plagued with a decrepid 60cycle poluted signal.
That 60 cycle AC needs to be controllable like the Husky inverter I sent to ElectroJolt he made it so it provides variable cycle AC.
Or do you think the poluted 60cycle AC is okay?
Its almost like Stan used that 60 cycle signal and just pulsed maybe a duty on it.?

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #326 on: February 28, 2010, 19:58:25 pm »
im thinking it needs to be variable.. like for the rotary mine has 12 claw poles total 6 pos and 6 neg..  1 turn 1 second is 6 hertz so it must turn 10 times in 1 second to be 60 hertz sine.. that is 600 rpm on the alternator to maintain a 60 hertz sine..  a alternator is the perfect generator for ac source. i wounder if stan altered the frecuency output of the rotary version by varying the speed of the motor turning the alternator.. and then varying the voltage input to alternator to vary output in production.. if a alternator can lets say turn 5200 rpm then by varing speed you vary pulse width and duty.. 5200/60 seconds=86.66 rotations a second.. now we know 1 rotation a second is 6hz.. so 86 is 516hz then a alternator has 3 phases so go ahead and times that by 3 and you see the alternator is capable of 1548hz or 1.5khz   now from my belief in resonance i think it is possible for higher frequencys to develop in the cavity.. like 1khz signal may be able to motivate 2 khz oscillations with a high q.. i dont know.. but i do know i am starting to look at what potential differences need to occur on the plates to encourage orbital oscillation to accelerate the particles to ejection..  stans water polarization setup i dont think follows this concept its more or less just proving that voltage can separate while amos can be restricted by gap and bifilars..

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #327 on: February 28, 2010, 20:40:49 pm »
AC into the Rotor... try it, only takes removing your bridge rectifier, 5 minute test.

It doesn't seam logical to me to try this method and expect it to work, there is absolutely nothing to back this up in Stan's work, but who can argue with something that takes 5 minutes to test, go for it.

You want to start messing around with variable frequency AC into the rotor, go for it, it's not based on Stan's documentation and unless you have the equipment on hand it would, in my opinion, be a waste of effort.

As far as the alternating magnetic field that sweeps through the stator as the rotor turns, remember that the diodes stop conducting for the negative portion of the cycle, therefore the stator is "off". The only concern here is the collapsing magnetic field, which we want, and how the reversed magnetic field from the rotor will influence that. I mentioned this on the very first page of this topic.

Keep in mind that the RVIC works with this reversing magnetic field, true it is not in the solid state VIC. All that tells us is that it is not needed.