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Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« on: September 18, 2010, 21:20:05 pm »
I just found that if i get a magnet close to the primary coil of my toroidal transformer with the polarities paralleled with the coil i get strange effects on current and voltage being induced on the secondary....




In one case the current will drop 4 times meaning it will consume 4 times less current while raising the voltage a little bit,


 and on the


Other case the current will drop just a little and voltage induced will almost double.


This might be one way to get Real over unity, because if you think about both effects could be useful in a variety of cases...


I'm editing a video that i made here and will post in some minutes...


Hope you enjoy...


I'm not sure its over unity and probably is not... However is very strange... You have to agree.




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It probably has to do with the electron bounce effect , stan talk about and

the creation of a switchable path of magnetism controlled by the pulses... when the pulse is off, the permanent magnetism is allowed to enter into the coil...
« Last Edit: September 18, 2010, 22:21:46 pm by sebosfato »

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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2010, 00:49:55 am »
i  have just found a good info for how to design transformers


just need to think that the pulses are unipolar...  for the calculations




http://ludens.cl/Electron/Magnet.html


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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #2 on: September 19, 2010, 09:08:10 am »

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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #3 on: September 19, 2010, 09:16:55 am »

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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #4 on: September 19, 2010, 18:02:25 pm »
Yes it seems to me that is the same effect...


Maybe this is the magamp


will keep using it


but i will try to figure how to increase even further the energy...




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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #5 on: September 19, 2010, 22:15:51 pm »
Crazy video's!
If it was working, the whole world would run on it by now.
Does anybody seen a working model?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #6 on: September 20, 2010, 04:08:48 am »
Steve


I will measuring the output energy and input energy... i have only one multimeter so is going to be hard. I think that i will use a lamp as a load. than i will measure input and output current and voltage... Than there will be no doubt...


I discovered how to design transformers and now i'm finishing one with some taps in the primary for 20khz 120volts dc and will pulse it with my circuit than i will use the electron pump configuration (coil diode coil fields aiding) but with full wave bridge rectifier configuration, meaning 2 diodes 4 coils being two sets anti-paralleled, (doubling the frequency) than this (unlimited) voltage supply go to the the resonant coil with respective independent and isolated ground switches and collapse field voltage multiplier coil.


i mean unlimited by electron pump action it will pump amps with no limit in voltage so voltage is free to grow and grow...

unipolar pulses thus


To calculate the primary


remember that inductance = permeability of the core * (turns squared)     L=u*t^2
thus permeability = inductance / (turns squared)    u=L/t^2
And by consequence turns = square root of the (inductance / permeability)    t=sqrt(L/u)


And now you just need to know the saturation limit of the material in tesla and apply the following formula


turns=Volts/4/Area in m2/Hz/Tesla

t=V/4/A/Hz/T

m2 = cm2/10000 This is the area cross section of the core


For iron core 1 tesla
for ferrite from 0,1 up to 0,5 depends on the type


The secondary you need to choose the transformation factor and just multiply by the number of turns


you must consider the impedance of the circuit


the impedance transformation is = Z * Transformation factor squared Zt= Z*T^2


I wound the secondary series with contrary direction as to have both positive ends on the same side to void insulation problems. Hope it works..



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Re: Magnet effecting Unipolar Pulses on toroidal Core
« Reply #7 on: September 20, 2010, 21:20:17 pm »
I found that the magnet dont cause mutch effect on this new transformer.. i believe that is because the primary winding is much wider than the other i tested before.. So the exact effect of the other transformer was having the primary about 3 cm wide and the magnet being 1cm  between north and pole...




I got the exact pulse wave form meyer showed... thru the water thought. Using the big green inductor connected the way i showed in that drawing... vic by sebosfato

now i just need to get into resonace...

I tried to attack on the 110 volts line but my dimmer burned in 5 seconds got also my irfp250 burned too... i will go buy a fuse and will connect straight to the line again=)... i will buy some of them...
And i need to go buy some more diodes and mosfets...

Is because i don't have a variac so im connecting straight to the line..
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