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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #144 on: June 01, 2008, 22:31:50 pm »
Hey guys
  finally have a kinda working rep.
it was working but not 100%
you can take a look here
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #145 on: June 03, 2008, 09:42:55 am »
hello kk, what do you mean by turning the negative brush off? is this by manually removing it? or does yours have the ability to be shut off? if it is off wouldn't that cause the alternator not to work since it depends on the switch of the poles??

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #146 on: June 03, 2008, 18:24:48 pm »
I use the brush contact and it was 1/2 or more hot so every revovution the alt. was switched on and off, the switch is solid state sodered together adjusting alt. for my cell now i moved the brush/comunitor to positive and have 2 cycles per rev   have not tested it yet soon hope this helps?
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #147 on: June 03, 2008, 19:43:30 pm »
alright one more question since i rplied to one of your posts over at waterfuelcell.org....have you tried encorporating the vic coil (2 inductance coils around a mutual core) in between your setup and the water fuel cell, so on the off pulse (gate) of your alternator the coil would release the voltage into an extremely high state? This is the exact method im thinking of trying (rotorary pulse to vic (vic being the coil on the off pulse releasing the stored electricity)).....combining all of stanley meyers simple methods.

thank you for your reply.
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #148 on: June 04, 2008, 17:51:23 pm »
Still tuning my cell the way i see it . /..  is there is no chokes or VIC  on the plans
Although it would be nice if you got any plans pics or anything that could make it easier
Email me please its summer in so cal and the california girls are blowing up my phone!
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #149 on: June 04, 2008, 22:57:57 pm »
KK

the california girls are blowing up my phone?
Do i have to explain to you something about the birds and the bees? Blowing phones is bad..Blowing d... is better ;)

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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #150 on: June 05, 2008, 17:00:02 pm »
HEYA Stevie thanks for the girl help sooo what do ya think i should add next buddy . What kinda choke or vic
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Re: How Stanly Powered His alternator
« Reply #151 on: June 05, 2008, 19:46:00 pm »
[LET'S REFER TO FIGURE 8XA of the independant study report.]   alright this is where i seem to get a little out of phase here.....your set-up is perfect at this point so let's say that the pulsed voltage coming off the alternator is your primary pulsed voltage on the vic schematic......this is where we would now have to construct a "fancy" transformer (1 primary and 3 secondary coils) [refer to 8xa1].....it has to be an isolated one (isolated meaning it filters out dc pulse and allows ac currnet to pass) hmmmm.....i am unsure here since dc current is coming off of the alternator (alternator makes ac current but then convert it to dc before it leaves the alternator)...so right there something doesn't match up....or maybe he is using hte word isolated in different terms....but anyways i will continue to say what i think.....then you would develop a coil coming off your setup around a core insulate it and begin to develop a secondary coil in such a manner to create a step-up transformer.....it has to be insulated in order to create an isolated transformer so the negative leads of your prioamary coil never touch the negative (ground) leads of your secondary, hence the note on 8xa1 stating isolated electrical ground.  back to the type of core it has to be wound on....i am not sure of this since he alwasy shows a square core coil wrap as in figure 3-23 of the technical brief i guess a square would be a U-I core????? but in figure 8xa1 of the independat study reoprt it is shown on one standard core which appears to be bifilar wrapped......now the inductance coils or resonanat charging chokes are to be bifilar wrapper.......but this leaves out the whole schematic for the overall transformer.....so i am very unsure here but i trust the 3-23 figure from his technical brief as the overall true vic coil assembly.......as for those "resonant charging chokes" this is not true as stated by peter lindemann becuase the placement of the diode this would not be a resonant charging choke.....stan uses the word resonant in his own meaning.....i will simply say that i believe its just 2 normal inductance coils say as from a (stun gun) taking something like 9volts and turning it upwards to 60,000 volts while holding almost all amps back!!! (that's also how they don't kill the person but "stun" them...amps kill)...and then this would be connected to the cell........so the overall process would be the pulsed signal from hte alternator runs into the step-up transformer turning it up to a higher voltage and then running through the inductance coils and to the cell and on the off-pulse of the alterantor the inductance coils release the stored voltage (like a stun gun) into the kilovolts........sound good?


hope you understand this.....i am horrible at explaining things.....this is just my theory as of now....