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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #328 on: February 28, 2010, 20:41:20 pm »
Yeh I see what your saying.
Also the particles and acceleration and electron ejections are relatable to having some adjustable control stepping fields plate width timing frequency oscillations.
You may need to think about the frequency or sorry that could be I do (don't know), have the right idea but maybe the wrong hertz calculated.
You see at 3450 rpm I am locking in on my o'scope to 345hz. And yes that may be an accumulation of the 3 windings which at 3450 rpm 345 total hertz sounds like 115hz per phase.
My setup is one to one pulley.
Anyways with all this said it appears that more control of the frequency is done by varying the prime-motor speed or a size change in pulley.
The most accurate method will be to vary the speed of the motor.
I hate to go out and buy new toys to do this.
So what do you think would be a simple method of varying motors speed?
Maybe a variac setup on a 120volt motor? Would that work?
Then in my case a 6" pulley on a 3450rpm motor could give me the ability to get virtually near 0-790rpms on the alternator without changing the alternator pulley.
So I started pulsing the rotor, you know it can get a diathermy effect and shows stepped charge.
But overall the motor runs better when the rotor is not pulsed. Pulse the rotor the magnetics build and the motor feels the alternator pulsing and it also suffers the changing field. Soft strong soft strong so to speak, may damage the motor over time by over heating the motors windings.
What bothers me is there is the appearance of a ton of gas there as it shoots out of the tubes. But in the real world does not amount to much LPM. So in my book this is not the resonant condition, to vary the frequency a control must be installed on the motor. (Back to that again).
Yes the rotary control means has to be adjustable to find the sweet spot!

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #329 on: February 28, 2010, 22:40:50 pm »
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AC into the Rotor

thats not what im saying.. im thinking analog into primarys of a regular core transformers... stan says 5vdc volts into rotor.. the rotors geometrical shape is a analog generator.. my point is the secondary on a regular non rotary vic in torroid form is getting analog of a positive polarity sine.. like the pulse rate can be variable to tune and is a 50% duty cycle.. the  transistor that is triggering the wave going to vic primary has a analog voltage as a source that is variable with the amplitude control circuit..  most have a transistor hooked to 12 volts and are gating that to a coil that is wrong.. it must be taking the 12 volts and make it analog... your transistor output will be a constant variable voltage peak to peak with a variable frequency up to 10khz chopping it up... to goto primary


for the solid cor vic
you need a 12 volt  analog generator its the power source and must be variable in frequency..
it must maintain a 12 volt peak to peak constant and is variable in freq that can push the amp requirement needed in primary.. this analog signal is a freq range that is tuning in with rpms and injection for a car.. we will first experiment with a  variable by hand control freq for observation stage which we are at

then you need a amplitude control circuit to be able to make that 12 volt source variable from 1-12 volts.. so it is regulating to lower volt analog from source analog.. you take the amplitude control circuit output and connect it to the cell driver circuit which is taking the analog variable that is coming from amplitude control and its chopping it up to a 50 percent duty cycle coming from pll circuit locking onto the resonant freq..  so it best we make a pll and use it to drive it since its constantly changing its not worth the time varying for observation

the alternator is making a analog signal that is variable in amplitude by input voltage to rotor.. that varible is reffered to as the amplitude control in above solid core version vic..  now im trying to grasp how he tunes  the alternator into resonance.. . by varying the speed of the rotor is like the analog generator for the core transformer version. which is varying the freq to tune into the peak to peak consumption from the motor.. (matching peak outputs to injection cycles).. so how does stan pulse the cell with the alternator version??? is it the 3 phase freq and the speed of the rotor what tunes in?? is it possible to pulse to rotor up to 10khz and have it do the same thing as a cell driver circuit?  i dont know but its getting clearer..
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #330 on: March 01, 2010, 00:40:04 am »
ive been think about the rotary vic quite a bit today.. take a look at this schematic and tell me what you see happening  with the way the diodes connect.. remember all these winds are being hit with oscillating field.. and that field plays a role on switching

(http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j243/outlawstc/newrotaryvicschematic-1.jpg)


what i see happening is when the pulse is pulling electrons out the positive choke you have current at both diodes.. the electrons from the choke and the cell will be available to secondary.. then when it swings negative what will happen??? the diode going to the cell will not have electron flow since postive choke is in a dead short.. if anything it will circulate and remain open if it gained a positive charge?? secondary will be blocked from sending electrons and will not have a high postive on the other side of the barrier which is south pole on positive choke and its in dead short... it may be a dead short but that dead short will aid neg bifilar and secondary in current since its electrons will be reacting to rotor field? and them electrons will work with the other coils..

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #331 on: March 02, 2010, 00:48:02 am »
this is the reason i think the diode arrangement we first conceived is wrong..

(http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j243/outlawstc/rotaryvicdiodeinvestigation.jpg)

notice that u can see through the board and that there seems to be 2 diodes electrically connected back to back..

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #332 on: March 02, 2010, 01:59:58 am »
I've seen pics of that board,and it is only a three phase full bride,just like Kevin West does.
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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #333 on: March 02, 2010, 03:03:07 am »
Dynodon, I believe this to be the circuit board for the Unipolar Crossover Voltage Pulse-Train as I have deciphered below.

(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Picture14.png)
(http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v81/bigbuba/Picture7-1.png)

Do you have further details about this setup that you are able to share?

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #334 on: March 03, 2010, 06:04:16 am »
i did a lil math i was curious what the rpms would be for a alternator rotor to match musical note.. i found a list of the frequencys for each not and made a little list thought i would share if anyone has a way to experment on notes.. notice that the first A note is 220hz and the second one down  is 440.. they are doubled and this applys to all key notes.. so does this mean 220x5= 1100hz is A note as well?

NOTE                    FREQ            alternator RPM
 A                       220               733.333333… 
 B sharp (b flat)     233.08          776.933333   
 B                       246.94           823.133333   
 C                       261.63           872.1         
 C sharp d flat       277.18           923.933333   
 D                       293.66           978.866666   
 D sharp Eflat        311.13           1037.1         
 E                       329.63           1098.76666   
 F                       349.23           1164.1         
 F sharp G flat       369.99           1233.3         
 G                       392.00           1306.6666     
 G sharp A flat       415.30           1383.3333     
 A                       440.00            1466.6666
 A sharp B flat       466.16            1553.8666
 B                       493.88            1646.2666
 C                       523.25            1744.1666

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Re: Rotary Pulse Voltage Frequency Generator Assembly
« Reply #335 on: March 03, 2010, 16:06:07 pm »
im curious if stan was sending a 0-12v analog signal to the rotor..
that would give u a rise and fall for peak production then the rotor pulse are the signal that needs to tune into resonance.. which deals with rpm of the rotor 
i noticed that the secondary switch off relay circuit is used for tappered cavity

i have been focusing on the words dynamic state of space and static state of space.. since stan says in the tech brief Dynamic State Space which varies Electrical Stress Intensity continually during Unipolar
Voltage Pulse formation and Static State Space being an
electrical condition by which Electrical Stress is being held
constant during a certain time-period.

this to me means that when the positive choke has taken on a charge.. the negative will match that potential giving you the static 0v..  it can be charged to 1000v and on rotor off time will be static since the bilfs are just gonna remain balanced with slow discharge.. 

i think the signal that is being sent into rotor primary. when being pulsed is a dynamic wave form.. constantly changing in potential.. this will give you the dynamic state of space.. (constantly changing) 

the input signal being analog and having a off time to allow the static state to play its neutral non changing field and the unipolar continuously changing potential is the dynamic..

for the analog signal it would be 0-12 volts variable frequency being gated to rotor..  the analog signal i think would have a good effect with the rotor fields.. how can u fluxuate to make dynamic state of space?  by continuously changing the primarys current slow to fast slow to fast..(0v to 12v 0 volt to 12 volt..  i think this signal should be a square wave since if you allow full potential to be enabled at once unlike the wave of a sine.. the peak of the square is the charging time and is the dynamic state of space when its a 50 percent duty cycle.. (going high to low, high to low)
then when you gate that square wave analog freq you givs a space in time for static state.