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Re: Bifilar coil
« Reply #8 on: April 01, 2014, 11:01:31 am »
not charging the capacitor from source.. that's why I have ground there....
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Re: Bifilar coil
« Reply #9 on: April 01, 2014, 16:09:26 pm »
Nice geon, please create a thread and post more info about your idea! You are very talented. Do you have a project section to post your threads? I guess we can create one for you.

I would like to reintroduce the concept of magnets and cores... i was looking into a tesla patent and i found him using the same idea, but he uses it to create a kind of rectifier using magnets and saturable core.

Basically in the current is going to be favored in one sense in respect to the other. Since the magnet is saturating the core the core it can't saturate more if the current is applied in one direction but in the other direction the field can be reduced in the core thereto restricting the amps...


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Tesla tech applied to stanley meyer
« Reply #10 on: April 02, 2014, 01:09:38 am »
I'm using now one of tesla patents to check its effect.

Its basically a mean to rectify current without needing diodes so its a kind of self healing diode. there are limits however...

I'm trying the following diagram:

It needs two coils that are connected in such way that when it receives a positive pulse it generates a magnetic field that increase the saturation of a core that is already polarized by a permanent magnetic field. So in this direction the coil has less reactance, in the other direction the field cancel the other field and so its able to change the flux negatively and only reach the saturation well on the other side so the inductance is bigger.

Basically having the ac source divided in two paths like that you get dc imbalance in the two isolated circuits. 
 
I was trying to get other possibilities but is kind of limited to it.
 
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Re: Bifilar coil
« Reply #11 on: April 02, 2014, 17:08:42 pm »
can you show me this tesla patent?

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Re: Bifilar coil
« Reply #13 on: April 04, 2014, 08:18:09 am »
has meyer ever used parallel plates?
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Re: Bifilar coil
« Reply #14 on: April 04, 2014, 18:18:30 pm »
Of course but there was more juice in the bottle than we were told about. those test cels were like we use to say here in brazil just to english see!
the real thing was going on on the buggy that he show on operation.