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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #24 on: February 25, 2011, 15:17:40 pm »
In the picture above, 170, the ground wire is connected to the bottom of the negative rod.The negative rod goes all the way from the top of the delrin to the bottom of the delrin.It's one piece,not three.Look at my drawing of the tubes to the right.
 
As for the wires to the resonance cavity,the wires going into the side are for the water level system.The tube connections would be at the bottom.They weren't hooked up.You have only one positive connection that hooks to every tube in parallel,and the ground connection for each tube set goes to a seperate cell driver circuit.So that means there's 11 grounds and one positive wire going to the cell for a total of 12 wires,and not 23.Remeber the ground wire is the pulsed wire.
 
But for this cell there was only ten tube set used.
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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #25 on: February 25, 2011, 16:28:28 pm »

Dynodon,

Thanks for pointing that. The reason of the positive being only one wire is now evident from my explanation. The positive will be static, thus all tubes can share it. Since i said that the "negative" tube will be in resonance therefore having AC, they need to have every one its own vic negative connection.


Everything matches you see.


The isolated ground like i said could be the own mounting of the resonant cavity. To keep it secret. So 12 + 1 wires. I mean the means to fix the thing in the car..


So again just to let very clear. The voltage zones are positive and AC and than you have a electrical ground reference that forms the resonant capacitor that generate the double pulse, restricts the amps together with the tuned coil.


Thanks a lot Man.




I decided that this was more important than what i had to do today so i'm going to work on this all the day long , i'm just fixing my multimeter to be able to do some readings. 

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #26 on: February 26, 2011, 00:44:36 am »
sebooooooo

I took and wrapped my  acrylic cell in tinfoil tightly and connected it to my negative plate and negative at the bridge rectifier.  Gas production was a thousand times more.

btw,  Connecting directly to a distant grounded water pipe made a gas producing circuit through the OFF variac.  interesting, I may have to run a tranny before the variac to get separation.

I'll be following you closely...  good luck

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #27 on: February 26, 2011, 01:41:05 am »
Nice man, if you can make a video for us... I'm finishing here the vic, i'm just finishing the pulsing circuit with the gate... just need to overcome little troubles.,.. Tomorrow everything will change!





Did you used the chokes connected the way i said? Did the pulse double its frequency?


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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #28 on: February 26, 2011, 02:46:26 am »
for grins I made up three gallon size leyden jars and connected them all in parallel with the pos and neg plate...  another oscope probe shot in the butt for my effort, voltages easily in excess of 2kv

the mosfet stays cold to the touch...   having fun now

I don't run chokes at this time.   Just my iron powder EI core with a 100 feet of 20 gauge wrapped over about 2 feet or so, I don't recall, but one level across the bobbin of 16 awg.   I run the diode on the 20 gauge side before the coil.  It is in the 8xa circuit layout.  The bobbin is a typical magnetic wire plastic thing you get from the store. 

 

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #29 on: February 26, 2011, 04:50:06 am »
In the picture above, 170, the ground wire is connected to the bottom of the negative rod.The negative rod goes all the way from the top of the delrin to the bottom of the delrin.It's one piece,not three.Look at my drawing of the tubes to the right.
 
As for the wires to the resonance cavity,the wires going into the side are for the water level system.The tube connections would be at the bottom.They weren't hooked up.You have only one positive connection that hooks to every tube in parallel,and the ground connection for each tube set goes to a seperate cell driver circuit.So that means there's 11 grounds and one positive wire going to the cell for a total of 12 wires,and not 23.Remeber the ground wire is the pulsed wire.
 
But for this cell there was only ten tube set used.
Don


curious
are you saying the positive wire from each of the 10 vics were all connected together?
why would he do that?

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #30 on: February 26, 2011, 12:28:13 pm »
HEllo Donald,


He can do that cause all the positive zones are static in relation to the isolated ground, the "negative" voltage zone witch continually flips polarity in resonance than must have each one its own coil connection. Also as the connections are all in the same wire (for the positive) means nothing but there will only be DC current in this wire so no problem mixing frequencies or anything related...  Also could even help!


Water is or become part of the positive electrode.


The cell will have a positive_positive repelling than negative_ positive attracting fields acting intercalating.   


Again isolated ground not only become a reference but forms the resonant cavity capacitance.


I thought a way, that instead of making rolling a copper foil around the cell, you could wound copper wire and make of this coil part of the resonating coil, to impart also some magnetic fields to the water too. just a thought...


I'm finishing my VIC, i used Oriented grain laminations, I cores arranged to form a closed core. I than had an idea that Cd covers are made of acrylic, than i thought, why not to destroy all my cd covers to have a nice insulation under the vic and cell... =)


cheap way to get some plastic. 




I'm finishing everything here, later i will post a video of my lab showing you the all thing operating. hope so.




Would be good to use delrin for the cell or polypropylene cause would make the process even better.


(coming back to the experiment i told you in italy, the only ground of the cell was the real ground under the plexiglass, incredible isn't it?


So what i want to mean is that even if you just place your cell in the garden on the soil ad you make of the earth your "electrical insulated" ground, it means that you already have a capacitor.  Cool isn't it?


Well meyer showed his cell running the buggy and it was sitting in the soil wasn't it?


food for thought

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Re: Stan Resonance finally cracked! by Sebosfato
« Reply #31 on: February 26, 2011, 22:28:57 pm »
Hello,


I finished my prototype and did the first run, but i blowed 1 fuse and 1 mosfet.. all i can can say is that no bubbles came off. The frequency range that i have the 27khz here is not working, i need to make a capacitor appropriated cause i'm not going out today to buy a capacitor.