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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #128 on: March 18, 2011, 16:56:14 pm »
It also says that a conductor is dielectric with almost infinite dielectric constant! This mean that the polarizability very very very very very very high and so as is a conductor it has free charges so electrons can come out of it! so a conductor is a dielectric with infinite polarizability.


In my experiment that the energy in my house went down while touching just one wire to the charged isolated cell siting in the ground. The water had sodium hydroxide probably. I don't really remember. So water can real get a real net charge. If right circuit means is provided. For example if you put a lamp in series with the cell and feed with a full wave rectified connected to the mains and in the cell having the rectifier in the positive side and the

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #129 on: March 20, 2011, 02:28:37 am »
Sebo,


I read that you burned your variac.  I've learned that my variacs last longer if I run them at 110 volts most of the time.  Lower output voltages use the windings and they sing louder and louder after a bit.  Running it at 110 or whatever your house voltage is helps keep them quieter and live longer.

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #130 on: March 20, 2011, 02:59:32 am »
Hi kick I didn't burned it in the end fortunately.. was only the fuse and as there was a capacitor in parallel with the fuse to prevent the mosfets from blowing when the fuse blows, it got into resonance with the primary creating a very high noize... I just changed the capacitor for a 100nf 600v and so when the fuse blow a smaller amount of current is allowed during fuse blowed condition.


I cut my E laminations into L's so i could together with the I cores construct and form now the closed loop core. I'm cutting some pieces of cd covers to add between the bobbin and the laminations for insulate it...


There are 8 cm for the bobbins to sit in and a big window. The laminations have 2 cm wide very thin... Oriented grain... i was cutting it with a shitty scissor.


The bobbins will have about 3,8cm space each for the windings.

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #131 on: March 20, 2011, 11:22:06 am »
Guys i have some good news.


Well i will propose something to you.


I talked to the teacher and he told me that if i provide the raw material he can help me make in the ovens in the university for free the barium titanate ceramics to test tay he patent. In the moment i have no money to buy stuff so here is the deal if anyone is interest in know if the barium titanate can work somehow to dissociate the water i suggest you to make a donation to me so i can buy the barium oxide and tinanium oxide and other stuff needed to make this experiment... otherwise i will do it only when i can afford it.


To make the electrodes we need to fuse the barium with the titanium forming a glass than this glass is smashed and from this powder the piece is made and took to sintering (cook at high temperature oven again) to form the ceramic.


The idea is that this ceramic will provide the field to the water while restricting the amps cause of its own characteristics there fore than is all about applying the high voltage fields.


 I will also be able to make some ferroelectric ceramics if i want. Piezo ... any kind just need money, otherwise if we make like the teachers (with financing from government) we are dependent on time and than also all the project become their cause i'm just a graduating student and they are the doctors.


So here it is the proposition, i have the labs and the professionals. I have three teachers (all doctors) interested and they are talking to other teachers too. The students in the university also got interested i will also try to collect money from them or make them help me to collect money for the research.


I hope they don't try to steal the idea, would be a real shame for them. Cause all the document existing, but hopefully this is not something we should worry about. Cause i'm planing to act real fast.


Br
Sebs



ps: i don't think is too expensive the barium titanate ceramic materials if not very very pure, anyway in the next days i will quote with the teacher the price +- .





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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #132 on: March 21, 2011, 16:30:28 pm »



check this out guys.


Voltage is = to current * reactance.. so if you get for say 1 amp recirculating  and a reactance of 25kohms you have 25kv.


The coils can be divided into two bobbins if very high voltage is to be obtained! Like dan danfor design.


Now i understand that is not only tx5 coil resonating but also tx4 too and there could be two diodes to achieve perfect 360° resonance. And no secondary should be needed. I'm still thinking about that...


The charge goes to the negative electrode during pulse on (negative pulse) than the pulse terminates the blocking diode don't allow the capacitor to discharge than the charge need to flow thru the water to the other electrode during the discharge of the capacitor thru the switching diode and so one. So the purer is the water the greater is the resistance than the lower is the Q factor. But this is good cause also makes that the water develop a highvoltage pulse during the transition of the electrode charge, therefore electrons might eject from the atoms. Probably thats why it become a self oscillating system.


The initial charge aways unipolar going to the negative electrode originally came from the positive electrode and so on.


I'm finishing my vic i'm using 28awg wire and i wound about 1200 turns there is 22mh in air. Adding the closed loop core it can get up to 2 or at least 1 Henrie i think.


I made 13 insulated layers and they have the same coil winding directions. This will be my resonant charging chokes.


I will use the primary that i already have and try to induce the resonance. I guess will be pretty much easier with this big coils. 



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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #133 on: March 22, 2011, 13:04:05 pm »
I finished the charging chokes they have around 700mh with the core in it, without the core they have around 22,7mh 26ohms i fine adjusted the inductances to be equal by adding more laminations at the side needed.


i'm going to make some tests with this...


with my cell capacitance (330pf) makes the frequency to be 10khz, so there will be 20khz dc field going to the water. The reactance will be 44,6kohms so for every 1 amp recirculating there will be 44,6kv fields...


My Closed loop core is made of L's and I's taken from EI core. Oriented grain. Each lamination insulated from each other.


The bobbins have 13 layers each insulated from each other.


 

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #134 on: March 23, 2011, 10:11:33 am »
Now seems that i could put the circuit to work better, the diode in parallel with the primary now has 1kohm resistor in series!!! without it the transistor didn't worked so well. And is not perfect yet, but at least can get up to 50 75 v without the 120hz behind. Now only 100ma flow...


My oscilloscope wasn't working again (burned resistor of one chanel) already changed.


so the primary now has the correct orientation in relation to the bobins.


I could get up to 200 volts in the tx5 (i have no secondary connected yet... i was applying around 50v 100ma to that primary, the coupling seems to be low.


I don't know what is happening, when i raise the voltage the frequency gets dirtier.


I'm now using irf840 it runs absolutely cool for now. Up to the point where the snubber capacitor blows... The good thing is that the mosfet now is not burning since i started using the diode in parallel with the primary, but it was not good cause was blocking the resonance, and also making the transistor to behave strange, so i added a resistor in series with this diode and so both resistor and diode are in series, wired across the primary. .


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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #135 on: March 23, 2011, 10:24:12 am »
Electrovalent bound.


when the oxygen atom accept the hydrogen electrons during water formation it will hold the hydrogen electrons while hydrogen will receive the oxygen electrons (pair sharing)