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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #16 on: July 25, 2014, 05:17:11 am »
Adys, I've got to agree.  While it's great to have hope, your comments don't really lend much to it.  It doesn't matter if the guy is or isn't a show off.  The knowledge is useless by definition if it can't be used.

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #17 on: July 25, 2014, 09:59:23 am »
I'm going to keep up with my work here since i'm pretty sure that its perfect aligned with what stan show and to those things he didn't showed!

I just found out this days how he got the charged gas and how he may have operated the thing in such a manner to create charged gas... I'm doing some test to prove that...

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #18 on: July 25, 2014, 11:33:49 am »
Ts,my posts say little i know,but if you think about it,how many years have you worked on this, failing and wondering if this tech is true and why do i waiste my time if nobody replicated it in 15years.And the knoweledge is not useless,you dont know how to use it or where to look for,like i said i dont espect anyone to believe me,because i'm a ''nobody'' on this forum and i came out of the blue with this optimistic posts that are no backed out of any data,I'm not here to give step by step instruction,just to try kick start the forum .Its your choise,keep doing what your doing for the last 10years,or use transformer knoweledge and Stan's math..For ex.anybody done the math, for example on how many turns of wire consists on the primary coil of the vic?no,just wound it by guessing,and that will never ever work,the wire used and number of turns are precisely calculated ..

Steve,he fid not measure the gas output but he said as a reference that it is way more than this
list=UUpsGmcb7ssb85E2EKr9yrkQ

The power consumed its just like Stan said in his patent WO9207861 A Control and Driver Circuit For a Hydrogen Gas Fuel Producing Cell 
Please dont ask for details!

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #19 on: July 25, 2014, 12:08:59 pm »
Could you at leat tell us what is wrong about our transformer knowledge? I use a design parameter acording to the core size the frequency and voltage aplied... But i found recently that its way over to many turns for the primary since my transistors use to blew alot for example... Recently i found that for my huge cores only few turns work ver well... For generating the high voltage..
I can apply up to 100v 7a it gets pretty high intense sparks all over

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #20 on: July 25, 2014, 16:07:56 pm »
your transformer knowledge is not wrong,i just said that we need to learn from transformer based books.

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #21 on: July 25, 2014, 22:47:22 pm »
Ts,my posts say little i know,but if you think about it,how many years have you worked on this, failing and wondering if this tech is true and why do i waiste my time if nobody replicated it in 15years.And the knoweledge is not useless,you dont know how to use it or where to look for,like i said i dont espect anyone to believe me,because i'm a ''nobody'' on this forum and i came out of the blue with this optimistic posts that are no backed out of any data,I'm not here to give step by step instruction,just to try kick start the forum .Its your choise,keep doing what your doing for the last 10years,or use transformer knoweledge and Stan's math..For ex.anybody done the math, for example on how many turns of wire consists on the primary coil of the vic?no,just wound it by guessing,and that will never ever work,the wire used and number of turns are precisely calculated ..

Steve,he fid not measure the gas output but he said as a reference that it is way more than this
list=UUpsGmcb7ssb85E2EKr9yrkQ

The power consumed its just like Stan said in his patent WO9207861 A Control and Driver Circuit For a Hydrogen Gas Fuel Producing Cell 
Please dont ask for details!

The primary is always calculated at specific frequencys, Adys.
At 10khz its between 5 and 20 windings...


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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #22 on: July 26, 2014, 01:11:04 am »
I hope he is not wasting your time...thought

 

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #23 on: July 26, 2014, 05:43:08 am »
I am the one Ady is talking about, He ask me if he could make a post here about me getting the VIC working. I am working with a team of people to get this all out for FREE. We will be showing working VIC and cells in different countries. Which will include US, Canada, New Zealand, Croatia, and Australia. We will be releasing all information soon to everyone. If you want to know how many turns are on the primary, look into impeadance transformation. If you want to know how the coils work, look into pulse forming networks. All this and more will be released soon. The best information I can give you all right now is to take the Vic  photo's of Stan's Estate that Don G. has provided for everyone and study them very well, along with the patents that go along with it. You will be amazed at what you see if you just take a hard look at the photo's.

R.Walker
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