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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #24 on: August 28, 2010, 21:06:38 pm »
Occurred me that the discharge of the ions must occur in the 240° phase thus i will need something that make me create a PLL divided in 3 phase feed back loop to this frequency, and match the alternator speed for reach the resonant frequency. Than the power input will be controlled by the field coil and consequently also another adjust on the driver motor sepeed to reach the resonance and tune it...


Probably thats why he used the extra inductor...


Don't know yet 

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« Reply #25 on: August 28, 2010, 21:10:03 pm »
can anyone help me with that 3 phase signal?


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« Reply #26 on: August 28, 2010, 22:14:22 pm »
you are showing 18 inductors when there are 9 in the stator.. there are 18 connections (begining and end of each wire)  curious to why you show 18?   im glad to see you are approching the alternator seb..

check out this picture.. it is how i see it.. i am only showing 1 phase of the whole picture..
 controllable amplitude on positive side.. while you have a isolated ground "that can be switched to non isolated"  this one i think would be the resonance of the resistance of water.... while you have T2 which would be the 50 percent duty cycle and maybe resonance of the circuit.. then you have the switchable analog or constant.. this is where you can vary amplitude to vary production..

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #27 on: August 28, 2010, 22:28:46 pm »
Outlawstc

Or better, something like this.
I would like to try something like this:

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« Reply #28 on: August 28, 2010, 23:50:25 pm »
Memo WFC 422 DA
  pages 3-6 to 3-7
 
 
 
  Negative electrical voltage potential (61) of pulse wave (65a xxx 65n) of Figure (3-21) is
  simultaneously applied to negative voltage zone (67) via Resonant Charging Choke (62) of Figure (3-
  22) which is electrically linked to opposite end of Primary Coil (26). The resultant signal coupling ( 65a
  xx 65n ) of Figure (3-21) is accomplished since primary coil (26), pulsing core (53), secondary coil (52),
  switching diode (55), resonant charging choke (56), resonant cavity assembly (170), natural water (68),
  and variable resonant charging choke (62) forms Voltage Intensifier Circuit (60) of Figure (3-22), as
  illustrated in Figure (3-22) as to Figure (3-23). Negative electrical ground (61) of voltage Intensifier  circuit (60) of Figure (3-22) is electrically isolated from primary electricaI ground (48) of Figure (3-22).
 
  pulse wave (65a xxx 65n)  is
    simultaneously applied to negative voltage zone  via
Resonant Charging Choke of Figure
 
which is electrically linked to opposite end of Primary Coil
 
  Negative electrical ground of voltage Intensifier    circuit is electrically isolated from primary electricaI ground
 
 
  sounds kind of contradicting when u here isolated all the time..
 
  i think i made a mistake on my first drawing.. the connection is from  the negative output to cell  to the negative side of primary while  having the cell driver circuit isolating them at the same time.. during  the on time of driver circuit.. it is dead short and primary will not  pull more then the load it wants 12 v.. when it is off the electrons  runnign though primary are forced without a choice.. (isolated) cant go  to ground and need to go somewhere..
  will be making new pic

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #29 on: August 29, 2010, 00:01:56 am »
i think this one more relates to stans writing


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« Reply #30 on: August 29, 2010, 00:16:18 am »
I believe that the concept is so simple that is very hard for me to express my plans.. . 

Basically you charge the water capacitor with the vic (basic) than as the tubes are connected in series. And than you discharge the tubes thru the secondary as from electron extraction circuit...  (this will make it become a self oscillation circuit because energy gained during coulomb force (voltage performing work) enter in the circuit thus you will increase the force, increase the gain and so on (is exponential) watch again new Zealand house meeting 1° and 2°... And  think about this ions and dissociation of water... (pay attention when he say that 100 amps * 100v = 10kw power... 

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #31 on: August 29, 2010, 01:07:38 am »
I believe that the concept is so simple that is very hard for me to express my plans.. . 

Basically you charge the water capacitor with the vic (basic) than as the tubes are connected in series. And than you discharge the tubes thru the secondary as from electron extraction circuit...  (this will make it become a self oscillation circuit because energy gained during coulomb force (voltage performing work) enter in the circuit thus you will increase the force, increase the gain and so on (is exponential) watch again new Zealand house meeting 1° and 2°... And  think about this ions and dissociation of water... (pay attention when he say that 100 amps * 100v = 10kw power...

I also try to understand it all, Fabio.
Your theory is that when you pulse a watercapacitor with a charge of electrons, the water will react by returning with more charge from water ions?
Why would that be? Is it no so that every action gives a similar reaction?
 
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Steve