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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #160 on: April 01, 2011, 19:44:17 pm »
Nice thought, will check that... thanks


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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #161 on: April 03, 2011, 00:26:45 am »
Every time my fuses blow my transistors burn.


I don't know what to do, i'm even thinking about using the alternator setup to generate the pulses. I think that the resonant frequency of the electrical resonance must match the water frequency somehow...
maybe ad some laser energy..


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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #162 on: April 03, 2011, 00:37:20 am »
I'm thinking about the fact that in one patent the resonant charging chokes use a thicker wire, and has only 100 turns, the fact that they can be bifilar tells us that there cannot be more than 2kv across the water...


So i have 3 theories, one is that the tuned choke is the only choke resonating, the other is that also the other resonant charting choke is in resonance with the water capacitance but in series.


So basically i'm going to adjust the resonant coil in respect to the other to form a parallel and a series resonance being the tx4 in resonance in series with the water and the other in parallel with the cell (plastic) capacitance.


The other is about reflected waves in the coils like in transmission lines. but i'm sure i don't know enough about it.

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #163 on: June 10, 2011, 04:02:35 am »
I know I am late to input anything here, so sorry up front.


Your transistors seem to die because they are loosing power to the base, the resonance still stresses the collector and emitter.


So get a second supply for driving the base - also (for not seeing the setup) consider switching to mosfets and put a 12 volt ZD on the base ( edit base should say Gate) to ground.


I skipped most of this tread, as time is limited, I can see what you started saying about charging and discharging the cell itself.


Did you connect a wire to the outside of the cell (with foil around the outside cell?), I read the first few pages looking for a photo, then skipped to the last few pages, will get to the middle soon.


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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #164 on: June 14, 2011, 02:19:35 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 +- .




I tried 80,000 volts on this setup, using epoxy.  It didn't do squat - that is why i went back to direct electrode design.  At 50 kv the water should have been separating according to my work and the patent.


 You can get hi purity powder form off ebay fairly cheap. 

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #165 on: June 14, 2011, 02:38:23 am »
All right guys all caught up, my head hurts after all that reading. :P


Please post the latest schematic of your setup, I see the continued problem of mosfets, IGBT's, and transistors failing.


( I warn you I was never that great with transistors, but mosfets and IGBT's - bring them on!)


At resonance, parallel, your driving voltage will jump by PIE, so input X 3.14159 = mosfet drain source rating min.  The more Rds(on) you have the larger the heat sink needed.










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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #166 on: June 14, 2011, 10:57:59 am »
I know I am late to input anything here, so sorry up front.


Your transistors seem to die because they are loosing power to the base, the resonance still stresses the collector and emitter.


So get a second supply for driving the base - also (for not seeing the setup) consider switching to mosfets and put a 12 volt ZD on the base ( edit base should say Gate) to ground.


I skipped most of this tread, as time is limited, I can see what you started saying about charging and discharging the cell itself.


Did you connect a wire to the outside of the cell (with foil around the outside cell?), I read the first few pages looking for a photo, then skipped to the last few pages, will get to the middle soon.


warj1990


You had 80K volts across your cell???????????

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #167 on: June 14, 2011, 23:02:01 pm »
Yes, 80,000 volts across this Tay Hee Hann (spelling ?) cell.


Also had a 20 x voltage multiplier inline with the X-former output.


Notice:
Epoxy coated secondary.
Epoxy built cell.
Alternating leads,
(Hot-Water-Ground)
(Ground-Water-Hot)
Etc...
also tried a single lead, (Hot-water-ground)


Silver wire connections.


1/16 inch water channel, stationary and moving water design/tested.


NOT one bubble produced.  So I built the cell in my projects section.
At 80 kv the field strength should have been 4.3 times greater than that of the water.


(not shown is my HV probe).