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« Reply #48 on: August 29, 2010, 19:38:41 pm »
I think that i have an old computer here and i will try to use it as my osciloscope...

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« Reply #49 on: August 29, 2010, 19:56:34 pm »
if you sent the negative of all three phases to the primary  like my last picture.. you gain the oppourtunity of using the electrons to generate the magnetic field of primary...this i think you may consider simple pll for a forced oscilator (alternator)... it allows your magnetic field of primary coil to amplify during the peak of each phase.. if you connect negative output choke to primary think of how in tune primary will be with three phase.. the negative charge has 2 choices when primarys gate to ground is off.. it can cross water to the postive plate or it can run though the primary to produce magnetic field..  both of them having a resistance.. would the perpetual rotation of the rotor allow you to magnify a echo (the feed back that is in sync with the 3 phases)  so lets say you first have to gate a on time to connect ground to primay for a pulling initial magnetic field and then every time you gate on it allows the negavtie potetial to dead shot and fall to 0v this will prevent amp leakage into water..  you would tune into that specific frequency which dead shorts the cell threw ground.. the negative voltage of tube discharges to ground since it is the path of least resistance compared to traveling through primary and generating magnifying field??? this is all dawning on me clear as well i can see the posibilities of this.. but who knows until they experience.. i will find some time to try this approach in the near future.

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« Reply #50 on: August 29, 2010, 20:11:38 pm »
I did not fully understood. but from what i've being thinking in one of the stan patents he just recharge the battery and drive the load




I think that stan did it more easy he probably used a dc motor to run the alternator than he used the alternator connected to 3 set of tubes and used the electron extraction circuit to accelerate the dc motor. this way he take the mains 110v and and his variac with full bridge rectifier and a capacitor this controlling the motor. With but he than use this capacitor as the discharge path from the electron extraction circuit witch in turn will accelerate the alternator with easy.


_The alternator to be self run i think is difficult because of the phase things, if it were biphase would be easier... or maybe the inductor stan used had the ablility of changing ths phase relationship.. well i'm not so sure but i'm sure that we all are going to succeed.


 

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« Reply #51 on: August 29, 2010, 20:48:44 pm »
Check this drawing




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« Reply #52 on: August 29, 2010, 21:02:10 pm »

 A Google of that aquamovel, shows a couple different cars. Can't find any info about the cars, though ??

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« Reply #53 on: August 29, 2010, 21:29:04 pm »
me too and i found it strange because they are not sold anymore. i could not find more info too. only my brother and my cousin also told me, it was very cool full of lights, there was the firemen truck and police cars ...

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« Reply #54 on: August 29, 2010, 22:35:20 pm »
I thought i little better and i'm going to make a simple square wave generator and variate the frequency using the transformer i have here if i find some resonance i will than make the pll feed back.. . I will use just a square wave 50% generator... 4046 and a driver with the 2 optocouplers with its owns isolated power sources... and Those might be igbts i believe about 60 amps its ok to start, with the high amp diodes in series to ensure that the circuit keep closed  ... =) 






 

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Re: ALTERNATOR
« Reply #55 on: August 29, 2010, 22:51:28 pm »
Check this drawing

 
What you do on this schematic is adding the voltage that you extract to the secondairy voltage? Like normally the secondairy produces 10V. By using the extracted voltage, you basically add a coil like battery to the secondairy.
When the extracted pulse delivers a 10V also, you end up with 20V?
 
Again, i just try to understand.. ;)