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Re: Bubz
« Reply #24 on: November 11, 2009, 04:25:31 am »
Beautiful!

Now you need a Rotary VIC  ;)

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« Reply #25 on: November 12, 2009, 00:19:33 am »
Donald,that ec52 core I was talking about was wound starting from left to right,first row, ,then back left again,second row,back right again,third row,and back left again for the fourth row.All wire ends end up on one end of the core.
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« Reply #26 on: November 12, 2009, 00:52:11 am »
dynodon,

this core you speak of is the you cores stan used for vics.. and also did you say that the configuration is the same as the standard rectangle vic drawing?  not sure if this is what you speak of just making sure im on the same page...  if it is, does it relate to the rotary vic? can u power them with rotary vics outputs as a power source to reach even higher voltages?

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« Reply #27 on: November 12, 2009, 03:31:59 am »
Notes on test run #4:

In this test run, the alternator was running a 24V stator. The wire size was half the size of the 12V allowing for more length/turns per phase, but half the current. Input power runs around 5V 1.2A to 7.5V 2A and the alternator runs a little warm. If Stan claimed 5V 2A, then I would assume he was using a 12V stator. I will try to confirm this on test run #5. My best guess at the results, less heat from the alternator, faster gas production, and increased amperage draw at exactly 5V 2A.

 Also note, this test run was stopped at 13psi for the fact that a loud hissing developed which the camera did not pickup. As you can see in the video, there is a stream of water coming from the caps exit port. I hope to have all the leaks fixed for the next run. It's only gonna get better from here!

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« Reply #28 on: November 12, 2009, 11:31:39 am »
gettem bubz. make that cell bubble like theres no tomorrow.. just dont let anyone take your stapler and dont burn down the building. lol stan said that the cell had its own pumping action ..... the admiral guy like stans invention because he wanted to use the tech to propel submarines so you saying that your cell is pumping water makes me think your getting somewhere..

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« Reply #29 on: November 12, 2009, 18:00:49 pm »
Outlawstc,the ec52 core is used for the chokes in the Electrical Polarization Process control box.It's whats used to power the variable plate cell only.Not going to work on any other system.
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« Reply #30 on: November 13, 2009, 05:13:21 am »
Sounds awesome Bubs

When i started playing with my set up, which is similar to yours, i was using way higher voltages on my alternator, like 30 volts, then i clued in that i shouldn't go over 12 volts on the variac, and then i clued in that Stan only ever goes up to about 5 volts on the variac.

Don, so there are 4 layers, back and forth along the core, with cardboard in between? in your first description i was imagining the card board made little bobbin cavities like on the vic coil, so it had 4 spiral sections.

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« Reply #31 on: November 13, 2009, 21:27:03 pm »
Yes there were four layers going back and forth with cardboard seperating each layer.The cardboard was like that from a cereal box.
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