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Re: Hydroxyl
« Reply #8 on: April 15, 2010, 01:50:48 am »

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« Reply #9 on: April 17, 2010, 02:33:57 am »
For anyone who wants to learn, i'll offer these questions, and when you find the answer, you will understand both Stan's WFC and Stephens WFC better.

What are wave guides?
What is right before Stephens tubes?
What is the impedance matching circuit for?
Does Stan use waveguides?
What is a resonant cavity?
What is a cavity resonator?
What is right before Stan's tubes?
Does Stan use impedance matching?
What does the circuit look like for the secondary side of a Tesla Coil?
What does the circuit look like for the grounded side of a WFC?
What does a Tesla Coil Transmit?
What is another type of impedance matching used for transmitting devices?
What is being Transmitted?
What happens when you combine two phases of a three phases system with a resonant RLC circuit in between where one phase has a diode?
Does Stan create this same effect in a different way?

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« Reply #10 on: April 17, 2010, 09:37:38 am »
For anyone who wants to learn, i'll offer these questions, and when you find the answer, you will understand both Stan's WFC and Stephens WFC better.

What are wave guides?
What is right before Stephens tubes?
What is the impedance matching circuit for?
Does Stan use waveguides?
What is a resonant cavity?
What is a cavity resonator?
What is right before Stan's tubes?
Does Stan use impedance matching?
What does the circuit look like for the secondary side of a Tesla Coil?
What does the circuit look like for the grounded side of a WFC?
What does a Tesla Coil Transmit?
What is another type of impedance matching used for transmitting devices?
What is being Transmitted?
What happens when you combine two phases of a three phases system with a resonant RLC circuit in between where one phase has a diode?
Does Stan create this same effect in a different way?

Donald,

I think we all are here to learn or to copy from others.
Like many learned or copied from me and all other members.
Sadly enough, no one has showed impressive OU on a waterfuelcell.
Stans way or another way.

If you wanna teach us what you have learned that works, please do so.
I am more then willing to learn and to build, as you should know by now.

To be very honest, i am sometimes a bit sad about the fact we have around 300 members and that so small amount of them is building and or is publishing anything.
This is not something unique. It happens on all the forums. The reason for that is because this wfc stuff costs lots of money and time.
Some are in for the mental challange and the rest are just curious.

Again, for me as a builder it is sometimes very frustrating to see so less results from others.
But i will not forget why i am doing this. Building. Having a forum.
Its because i am sick and tired to watch the world go down on pollution.
I am not afraid that a possible finding is being patents by another.
The energy market is so hugh. The world is so big.
Plenty of room, i would say.
Please share info. Everybody, please share what you know.
It good for yourself and good for the rest of humanity...

So, keep up the good work  :D :D

Steve



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Re: Hydroxyl
« Reply #11 on: April 17, 2010, 09:44:50 am »
For anyone who wants to learn, i'll offer these questions, and when you find the answer, you will understand both Stan's WFC and Stephens WFC better.

What are wave guides?
What is right before Stephens tubes?
What is the impedance matching circuit for?
Does Stan use waveguides?
What is a resonant cavity?
What is a cavity resonator?
What is right before Stan's tubes?
Does Stan use impedance matching?
What does the circuit look like for the secondary side of a Tesla Coil?
What does the circuit look like for the grounded side of a WFC?
What does a Tesla Coil Transmit?
What is another type of impedance matching used for transmitting devices?
What is being Transmitted?
What happens when you combine two phases of a three phases system with a resonant RLC circuit in between where one phase has a diode?
Does Stan create this same effect in a different way?

Donald,

Are you refering towards radiowaves?

To answer your major question:
Impedance matching is done with reason to get a MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER between source and load.
If we look at Stans circuit, you might even call it a Narrow Band matching network.

Loudspeakers are often matched on impedance by use of an impdance transformer. Tesla coil  setup's as well....

Steve

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Re: Hydroxyl
« Reply #12 on: April 17, 2010, 10:42:57 am »
I understand and support Steve's arguments, so i'll write what i know here real quick before i load the car for work tonight:
For anyone who wants to learn, i'll offer these questions, and when you find the answer, you will understand both Stan's WFC and Stephens WFC better.

What are wave guides?
Hollow tubes or rectangles which "trap" very high frequent electromagnetic waves (for example light) inside and guide them over a distance without large losses (depending on damping, once we used a transparent plastic cable for different light colors, it works over a short distance)
What is right before Stephens tubes?
What is the impedance matching circuit for?
In general impedance matching is for an optimum energy transfer from source to load.
Does Stan use waveguides?
Probably in his later devices ("resonant cavity")
What is a resonant cavity?
What is a cavity resonator?
What is right before Stan's tubes?
bifilars?
Does Stan use impedance matching?
depending on the circuit, maybe
What does the circuit look like for the secondary side of a Tesla Coil?
What does the circuit look like for the grounded side of a WFC?
What does a Tesla Coil Transmit?
What is another type of impedance matching used for transmitting devices?
What is being Transmitted?
What happens when you combine two phases of a three phases system with a resonant RLC circuit in between where one phase has a diode?
Does Stan create this same effect in a different way?

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« Reply #13 on: April 17, 2010, 20:05:47 pm »
The Resonant Charging Chokes, either bifilar or on the same core, are an impedance matching device.
They are the same thing that is called a Balun, and are used right before Antennas.
Antennas have similar characteristics to waveguides.

Stan used an impedance matching circuit, and so did Stephen.

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Re: Hydroxyl
« Reply #14 on: April 17, 2010, 21:49:47 pm »

Here is the kind of impedance matching that applies to this , I was mistaken by the ac type of impedance matching that I do at school , 2 totally diff things .

Dam donald , I think your right , I read about balanced unbalanced setups for audio , but I never quite connected that dot about the bifilar actually being a balun ( bifilar coil wich exists for radio ) .

Cant believe I never saw that , I think I was mesmerized by the whoole vacuum scalar things ..

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« Reply #15 on: April 17, 2010, 22:27:41 pm »
How much current flows between the antenna from the radio station and the antenna on my radio?
How much when they are not tuned?
How much when they are tuned?