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The K.I.S.S. Method
« on: December 20, 2013, 17:44:05 pm »
Note 1) The Electron Inhibiting Effect (631) of Figure (7-6) to cause "Electron Clustering" (Grouping/collecting negative charged particles at a given point) (700) of Figure (7-9) to produce ''Negative Voltage Potential" ( B- ) at one side of Water Gap (Cp) of Figure (7-8) is accomplished by low electrical power input (Tab 38) when Choke-Coil (62) of Figure (7-1) magnetic field (FL2) (690) of Figure (7-8) during pulse on-time (49) impede "Electron-Flow" since electron mass is composed of electromagnetic matter which interacts with magnetic field strength (FL2). Capacitance Charging Effect (628) prevents amp influxing away from Water Gap (Cp) in a similar manner ... producing "Electrical Stress" (SS' - RR') (B+/B-) across Water Gap (Cp) since both Choke-Coils (56/62) conducts voltage potential (Negative or Positive) during pulsing operations.

Notice what he says?

Electron inhibiting effect 631 is accomplished by low electrical power input (tab 38?) When choke coil magnetic field during pulse On impede electron flow since electron mass is composed of electromagnetic matter which interacts with magnetic field FL2.

Capacitance charging effect 628 prevents amp influxing away from water gap  in a similar manner ...  producing electrical stress across the water gap since the choke coils conducts voltage potential during pulsing operations.

Maybe a magnet or a great collection of magnets could help?

by low electric power he mean an electromagnet?


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« Reply #1 on: December 20, 2013, 18:00:37 pm »
In a transformer during pulse ON the primary has electrons flowing from ground to positive while on the secondary they are entering the positive side of the secondary and going to ground forming a counter magnetic field. During pulse of the voltage reverts but in the primary the electrons still going in the same direction while at the secondary they change direction and also the magnetic field being now the same magnetic field as the primary.


Electrons are made of electromagnetic mater but why during the rise of the magnetic field they flow in different directions?

The magnetic force is transversally received by the electron, this mean that if we were to use a magnetic field to stop the electrons they should cross a magnetic field?

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Re: The K.I.S.S. Method
« Reply #2 on: December 20, 2013, 19:18:51 pm »
I have a experiment to offer you.

take a isolation transformer and plug it to dc with a voltage sufficient to make a current little smaller to the rated current flows. Than connect a cell in series with a dc source and the secondary and measure the voltage drop and current flow. Than plot a graph of the current and voltage across the cell as funtion of dc voltage applied to the primary and to the cell.

Than revert the polarity....

consider the internal resistances of the sources and diode voltage drops to have correct values.

Post the results here.