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Transformer with VIC setup
« on: November 24, 2009, 15:48:09 pm »
Transformer with VIC setup

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2010, 19:35:26 pm »
this is what i see as stans 6-1 config...  i see that the primary is wound longitudinal in space relationship of north and south...  i see that with a constant connection to positve battery potential the primary will have a polairzation on the core... this will cause electrons to cluster in a half moon while there are electrons missing on the other half at the displacment of 12 volts of potential...    so on the off time i see in the secondary and choke the same thing happening... this alone does not build potential... i see on the gate on time a front of electrons flowing though to deplete positive zone of primary and continuing to flow until off time... the only time the current makes a difference i think would be that brief moment that primary has a positive and negative polarization and the transition of the postive to a neg from the presence of introdueced electrons through the gate...  now imagining that a front of negative potential is traveling around the entire core length in a distributed manner effecting all cavities proportionately.. now one could have primary flow to where each secondary is sending electrons away from primary or towards... to send them away from the core you are sending current in the same direction of secondarys winding electrons travel in a outward direction in the secondarys winding spiraling away from the core while on off time it begins to pull again for half the circumference due to constant 12v polarization on primary during off time.. kinda seems like you can pump them in this manner
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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #2 on: January 10, 2010, 21:32:42 pm »
He Outlaw,

Can you make your drawing a little bit bigger?
They are sooo small.... ;) ;) ;) ;)


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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2010, 22:03:17 pm »
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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #4 on: January 11, 2010, 01:53:08 am »
That Outlawstc was something I brought up a little while ago.  But the topic is a good one and something that seemed to have been left out in Stan's drawings to integrate the laser accelerator with the VIC by translating a digital signal to an analog voltage.  In my opinion.  It's something I will be working on.  Just trying to connect the proverbial dots.

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #5 on: January 11, 2010, 02:41:45 am »
yea i was thinking maybe stan had a analog signal on the positive source 0-12v variable with the gating transistor  on the other end to incorporate a digital means to the variable 0-12 analog...

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #6 on: January 11, 2010, 04:26:04 am »
So what do you mean outlaw by analog signal and digital signal .

Pulses are considered what again lol ?

That would mean 2 mosfets in series .

To me that makes no sense , there is only one on the ground side . Komtek had the same opinion but its just bizarre , anyways my logic permits that by a switch of a wire lead .

But running 2 mosfets in series can get noisy .

IMO If there is no current there is nothing , its just a bunch of mumbo jumbo .

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #7 on: January 11, 2010, 04:59:30 am »
what i mean is you have a ramped signal allowing positives potential to be seen in the coil from the battery haveing a variable ramp peak from 0- 12 volts with the incorperation of a digital gate..  is that possible to have a  regulative means  of veriating source voltage while gating a signal have both signals that are being transmitted from opposite sides of primary?


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