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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #16 on: January 11, 2010, 17:37:44 pm »
Yeah thats a nice big circuit , it can be simplified with a dc biasing im pretty sure .

Altho you should make that one , it just has that official working look , mine was made in 30 minutes , I was pcbing and had the idea .

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #17 on: January 12, 2010, 15:03:50 pm »
hey steve,
what happen to our youtube button for adding vids?



in this video of keven west.. he is using his alternator i think as his power source to  pulse a common microwave transformer on its primary leg.. he does not connect neutral to the rectifier only the hot leg of AC... so i would say this doent need a 4 way bridge it must be what he had at the time.... the microwave transformer is only seeing a positive pulse from  source. i dont know if he is gatting the rotors field of the alternator as well...  anyways  he connects the other leg of primary to the fuel cell... and the other side of the cell is connected to secondarys output.. he is coupling primarys electric connection over the water to secondary...  he has a blocking diode blocking potive charge and keeping it in secondary... he also has the neutral  electricaly connected to the excitor on the same side that secondary is connected...  the core is on a piece of wood and i believe it is isolated from ground

now lets think what this config is achieving ..  seems to show above average production on a 3 inch tube..
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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #18 on: January 12, 2010, 19:00:18 pm »
Ok recently dudleyengineering shared a basic transformer handbook with us.  I can't find it here now but after reading most of it here is what I found.

A longitudinal winding of a primary with a bidirectional secondary describes what is called a parametric converter.  It has unique properties with regards to a standard transformer configuration.  A core with magneto-restrictive properties such as nickel doubles the input frequency by changing its length.

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #19 on: March 01, 2010, 23:14:28 pm »
ok this is where i am with whats being sent to to primary on vic..

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

there are three parts to the circuit in the pic..i will be explaining how i see them working in sync to produce for the car on demand 

1. the variable freq 12 volt source,, it is variable because this frequency is meant to lock on to injection cycles... the power source peak production is in sync with consumption..  it remains 12 volt constant and only varys in freq to match consumption frequency..

2. this circuit is used to control the amplitude of the source signal.. this is the circuit that is controlled by the gas managment system so when it produces to much it can turn down the source..

3. is a simple digital signal 50 percent cycle that is being controled by pll circuit and is gating the analog signal source. thats the signal that is locking on to resonance..

the last pic is the resulting wave to primary.. it is variable in a 1-12 volt amplitude, it is variable in analog frequency and it is variable in digital gating freq..

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #20 on: June 13, 2010, 23:39:32 pm »
Hi Handyandy
Maybe you find this ' basic transformer handbook' and can share it . I am intereset  in this : A longitudinal winding of a primary with a bidirectional secondary describes what is called a parametric converter.  It has unique properties with regards to a standard transformer configuration.  A core with magneto-restrictive properties such as nickel doubles the input frequency by changing its length.
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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #21 on: June 13, 2010, 23:49:09 pm »
hi siwa,

I think this is it: http://www.scribd.com/doc/22736442/Practical-Transformer-Handbook

There are other books too on scribd.com

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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #22 on: June 14, 2010, 07:41:01 am »
Thanks Handyandy
Do you know the page or chapter where in this book is this what you quote in your post ? I am searching and no luck - my english is wery bad , have trouble for reading many pages.
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Re: Transformer with VIC setup
« Reply #23 on: June 14, 2010, 15:24:40 pm »
Hi Siwa,

If you look in the table of contents:  Parametric Converter pg. 31 and Magnetostriction pg. 45.

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Andy