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Resonant cavity sphere
« on: February 12, 2011, 04:12:29 am »
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2 image and dim calc
 
On page three of Issue 3 Winter-Spring 86/87, there is a picture of a
resonant cavity. What is thelikely diameter?

Quick Analysis
 
For this analysis, it was determined that glare line on the cylinder basically was midline of the housing. The diameter of the tube is likely the same as Stan's other tubes. The outside dimension is likely to be 5.5 inches, possibly 6.
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Since the sphere wil be placed in the center of the tube, the edges of the cylinder as rendered in 2d will be the same distance from the observer as the center of the sphere, If the cycinder is assumed to be 5.5 inches in outer diameter then the  ratio of the diameter of the sphere to the tube diameter will give a rough idea of the sphere diameter.
 
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argument 2<val>p1::<val>p2
Ratio 1.62
 
3.38
rnd(.5)
3.5 in (first estimate)

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argument 48:102::.75:<val>
Ratio 2.125
 
1.59
 
Rnd <val> part sort
1.5

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argument 48:232::0.75:<val>
Ratio  4.83
3.622
 
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run row mean
 
sigma <val>1:::<val>2
3.38:::3.622
mean 3.501
 
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.75:1.5 pass availablity test***
3.5 pass rnd test ***
 
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run 1 rnd.5 validated ****
 
run 2 rnd.1 validated ****
 
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Re: Resonant Sphere
« Reply #1 on: February 12, 2011, 10:35:54 am »
Nice....
Finally some research into the sphere cell.  :)

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Re: Resonant Sphere
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2011, 16:22:04 pm »
3.5 inches, nice, Thank you

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« Reply #3 on: May 09, 2016, 16:55:12 pm »
If you read this patent paper, all you need is this mechanical sphere and a squarewave generator that delivers pulses till 50V.........

And then you have a working resonant cavity.
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« Reply #4 on: May 09, 2016, 17:00:25 pm »
pictures!
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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #5 on: May 10, 2016, 02:11:18 am »
when you get a such configuration the is a diference in space charge density i gues...

he says somehow that the contaminants reduce the eficiency.

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #6 on: May 10, 2016, 08:39:44 am »
why not adding a full wave bridge rectifier at the end of the coils?

i mean if the amps are restricted on the coils maintaining a open circuit.. why not to use the right portion that we want? 

meyer talks in this patent about hiting the frequency of the cavity and that at this frequency the force is maximized... he than say that amp flows are equivalent to force withing the molecules...

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Re: Resonant cavity sphere
« Reply #7 on: May 10, 2016, 21:06:16 pm »
look what he build.
a sphere
and using a simple pwm
no vic
tops 48v