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Just a new theory
« on: July 24, 2012, 06:43:35 am »
The vic having 5 coils maybe worked in a different way i ever thought was possible.. But thinking about potential, and restrict amps...

I developed a simple theory based at the matrix circuit... If all coils share the same magnetic field and the secondary voltage cancel the chokes inductance while connected in series it start to mean something.

If the voltage on the secondary is say 2kv you ned to get -1kv at each choke to completely 0up the current flow.

What if he used this to only apply the charge by induction like... He talks about electron clustering in the wire. this is the same as the simple electroscope demonstration of movements of the charges.

If we do apply 40kv for say in the secondary, and we get a two chokes with -20kv on it in series it sums to 0.

Meyer equation

VoltsXAmps=POWER

The thing might be find this balance... where no current can actually flow. What will happens is that a high intensity field will be generated consuming virtually no power.



Is not so hard to see that it forms two parallel resonances in series "synchronized" BECAUSE IT SHARE THE SAME CORE!!! and so its much like a very high impedance path... thus it double the frequency...


Thinking with the circuit diagram he provided we see that during the pulse on time the diode conducts and lets the chokes capacitances to charge initially conducting thru the water capacitance... Thus a positive pulse arriving to the water despite the chokes and secondary has opposite voltage...because in reference to ground there is a potential applied! When the pulse terminate the capacitance discharge on the coils creating another pulse of same polarity this time from the chokes so now the secondary has exactly opposite voltage so the diode wont suffer high peak reversal voltages across it..

Probably if the secondary is a separated circuit from the resonant chokes, than the mystery is solved because they are able to oscillate and as they are two coupled resonant tanks "parallel resonance" they form a high impedance path. So this means to restrict the current...  The secondary might have a boosting choke after the diode to let it generate even higher voltages...

This remember me when he talked about a certain 3 coil vic setup..

Probably with the 5 coil design he pointed in the interwinding capacitance.. I have seeing some bizzare effects of resonance in capacitance of interwinding...  anyway they way he represented it, don't need to be.

Would be probably good practice to have many coils with capacitors in parallel with them all in series...

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Just another new theory unipolar resonant transformer
« Reply #1 on: July 24, 2012, 07:18:41 am »
This is pretty straightforward.. .

you get a capacitor two diodes and an air core transformer having a bifilar coil primary and a secondary coil-

The diodes are connected in series following the arrow... in the middle goes one of the capacitor wires the opposite ends of the diode are than connected to one side of each bifilar primaries. the other primary terminations are shorted and connected to the frequency generator, the other capacitor wire are also connected to the freq. generator to close the circuit.


This way (secondary) not represented

          L1 *
|------\\\\\\-------------------------|
|          D1               D2   *  L2    |
|----|<-------|------|<-----\\\\\\-- |
               __|__                         |
               _____                        |
                  |-------( _-_-_- )-----|
                C1            V(t)

The secondary should show unipolar pulses with double frequency since the magnetic field "current direction in the primary" won't change its direction because each half cycle is controlled by the switching diodes in each primary...

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Re: Just a new theory
« Reply #2 on: July 24, 2012, 09:36:39 am »
Switching diode?
What does that mean?
It conducts or blOcks , but switching?
Stan had two systems with chokes.
One with all coils on one core and also One with 2 coils as choke on one core...



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« Reply #3 on: July 24, 2012, 12:05:43 pm »
By switching i mean that only one conducts at each time.

The nice stuff here is that you get dc unipolar voltage transformation like,,, so it need to be air core....


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« Reply #4 on: July 24, 2012, 21:49:37 pm »
This is pretty straightforward.. .

you get a capacitor two diodes and an air core transformer having a bifilar coil primary and a secondary coil-

The diodes are connected in series following the arrow... in the middle goes one of the capacitor wires the opposite ends of the diode are than connected to one side of each bifilar primaries. the other primary terminations are shorted and connected to the frequency generator, the other capacitor wire are also connected to the freq. generator to close the circuit.


This way (secondary) not represented

          L1 *
|------\\\\\\-------------------------|
|          D1               D2   *  L2    |
|----|<-------|------|<-----\\\\\\-- |
               __|__                         |
               _____                        |
                  |-------( _-_-_- )-----|
                C1            V(t)

The secondary should show unipolar pulses with double frequency since the magnetic field "current direction in the primary" won't change its direction because each half cycle is controlled by the switching diodes in each primary...




This way (secondary) is represented between the diodes 

The load can be split in two...

This thing doubles the frequency because while the capacitor is being charged thru D1 it receives a positive pulse, and as the coils are all coupled thru D2 appears a negative pulse... when the capacitor is full the polarity reverses, and it discharges and charge again with reversed polarity sending a negative pulse to the load, however the way polarities are arranged L4 and L1 will also generate a positive pulse, doubling the frequency.   


          L1 *             Load
|------\\\\\\---------/\/\/\/\--------|
|      D1 * L4 * L3    D2   *  L2     |
|----|<---\\\\|\\\\--|<-----\\\\\\-- |
               __|__                         |
               _____                        |
                  |-------( _-_-_- )-----|
                C1            V(t)



                                        Load
          L1 *          Load    |-----------|
|------\\\\\\---------/\/\----|--/\/\-|    |
|      D1 * L4 * L3    D2   *  L2     |    |
|----|<---\\\\|\\\\--|<-----\\\\\\-- |    |
               __|__                              |
               _____                              |
                  |-------( _-_-_- )----------|
                C1            V(t)

You know what i mean by load!

C1 is not the cell...