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Stanley Modular Project
« on: February 03, 2011, 03:12:27 am »
Hello i just going to drop here some info about my experiments.


I divided the all thing in modules for easy of understanding, power supply, pulse shaper, gate train, vic, water.


The power supply is a 0-250v 2amps variac having its output full wave rectified with a capacitor 100uf  to smooth the dc ripple.


Than i will drive a transformer full wave square wave, (not pulses), and the output of this transformer will be full wave rectified too. but using a central tap and two diodes.


With this i will try to connect serially to the bif coil or a vic...   

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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #1 on: February 03, 2011, 08:37:46 am »
I got a very good feeling about what i'm going to do.


All this ideas gave me a boost of energy that i'm going to use for experimenting.


Now i'm only missing more meters. Those voltmeters and amp meters analog here costs too much. Hope that soon i can get some. However the variac have an analog voltmeter.




I bought 2 microwave oven 12kv 350ma diodes very cheap and on the data sheet it refers as max blocking voltage. (blocking diode) This i'm going to use for the vic and electron extraction circuit.


In the pulse forming stage i'm going to use some 3x uf4007 diodes in parallel. Cause i don't expect current of more than 1 amp on the primary of the vic.


I started making some coils. so far i only made a primary and started a secondary winding. I forgot to count the turns and therefore i'm not sure if the tap is exactly in the middle of the primary, but anyway i made about 500 turns for the primary (i just filled all the bobbin). The secondary i will do the same... maybe the center tap is not needed and i can just use a common bridge, well i will see what i do. 


I was thinking here and for this pulse forming transformer the grain oriented would be better.


In the vic primary i'm going to input at maximum power 1000v unipolar pulse trains. so the pulse shape must have a 4:1 ratio.


So i need to make the primary with many turns. I think that at least 500 turns, i'm thinking about using the 28awg wire... not sure.

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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #2 on: February 04, 2011, 16:52:46 pm »
Good luck with winding toroids, Fabio... ;)
Its a dirty job, but somebody..... ;D
 
 
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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #3 on: February 05, 2011, 03:52:35 am »
Yes i got to do =)


Tomorrow morning i'm going down town to buy some more diodes and mosfets and i possible some meters so i can have everything under control.


Since i decided to buy the variac i had no money and spent more than i could but magically the last two nights a nice work popped up so now i got the power to get more things. = ) Life is great!


I finished the power supply now i just want to make a half wave driver to make the variable frequency gated unipolar pulses to input in the primary of the vic.


As my variac output is rated 250v 2amps this will be my limit on the primary. I guess my secondary will have about 5:1 ratio so maybe there will be max 1000 volts 200ma unipolar pulses.


This will go in the primary of the vic. 


I want to make like this cause i can vary the supply voltage accordingly with the frequency. So i get a range and this way i can vary the power input without changing the frequency and vice versa.


i would like to buy some oriented grain for this pulse shape transformer but i'm going to use a new flyback core (ferrite Ei cores and Oriented Grain laminations here are expensive the last they only sell kg and it cost 20 euros =( .  No problem. 


I was thinking here a lot about the vic functioning unipolar. In terms of resonance it makes me think that something really strange got to happen.


I have many ideas, i'm sure that at least one is correct.


I also got myself thinking about how the variac can supply 2amps and be limited to it even if the voltage is stepped down. I think this same principle could also be the way for restricting amps. I want to understand more about this.


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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #4 on: February 06, 2011, 09:01:47 am »
Today was a good day. Even if i toasted some mosfets playing around with the variac. Today a friend came to my house and seeing what i was doing said that whenever i spend 1 real he spend 1real too with me so kind of doubling my possibilities, he like those people zappers and claim they worked well to him. Very nice person. I met him in a party where my friends Familia gangsters where playing... I think is after you all that are also interested in a new world but i don't know in person, is the 3thd person i know in my life that have kind of the same idea of world i have. We've talked about the solution for the education problem in my country for example and he man he blowed his head he told me that my idea was really great.


My idea is to create a dvd material as a support material for the students and teachers to stud with. But this special thing is to be made in such a way that inspires the students to study. I explaINED TO  him thaT as it has such a low cost to do and a such big impact in the future, he agree with me that is a way to change the future but in my and others countries this ideas are not used, they want the people to be ignorant so they can become cheap hand to work.


This is very sad, when we start perceiving that around us for hundreds of years many have suffered and died for money and interests.


In the end i got a new help once a week to wind up the bobbins = ).




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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #5 on: February 06, 2011, 19:21:36 pm »
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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #6 on: February 06, 2011, 21:05:02 pm »
This is exactly what i'm going to do:




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Re: Stanley Modular Project
« Reply #7 on: February 06, 2011, 22:01:20 pm »
This is what i'm going to do