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Re: The VIC with resonant cavity project by Steve..
« Reply #224 on: February 24, 2016, 19:18:15 pm »
Hi people,

Today, i modified all my coils to the famous numbers of Don Gable.

I tried many settings etc etc etc.

I am now a bit depressive that i also didnt see 1 buble being produced....
I achieve resonance, at least, i think i do.

Must admitte i use the water from my sink, which is not destilled water....
Might that be the case?

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Re: The VIC with resonant cavity project by Steve..
« Reply #225 on: February 24, 2016, 21:25:31 pm »
Can u post your circuit and let everybody look at it?

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« Reply #226 on: February 24, 2016, 22:42:27 pm »
just dont get depressive because of it... is very very sad but thats why is always possible to try something else....

i tried with ultra pure water from miliQ and my 0ppm water... rain water and waterfall water... i just didnt tried sea water in that configuration... and chemicals...

how are your meters connected?

in my opinion like tunin an antena to a satelite if we get an indicator that the reaction is about to happen may be easier to find the point.. a micro camera inside the cell...

i believe ronie may have found something special but working with this coils is very strange.

this could be

frequency where water current or voltage peak or become zero...

frequency where theres is a amplified or reduced electromagnetic radiation?

when tuning a satelite i use the tv and the receptor to find the the signal when it sounds its close to the tuning,,,

maybe we could do a sort of indicator that translate to sound with adjustable threshold of detection... for EM waves basically a coil and voltimeter could work maybe..

therewere was long ago some set of informations in a domcument called hydrostar or something like do you remember?

it had a toroidal coil that went over the tubes..
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Re: The VIC with resonant cavity project by Steve..
« Reply #227 on: February 24, 2016, 23:41:02 pm »
just dont get depressive because of it... is very very sad but thats why is always possible to try something else....

i tried with ultra pure water from miliQ and my 0ppm water... rain water and waterfall water... i just didnt tried sea water in that configuration... and chemicals...

how are your meters connected?

in my opinion like tunin an antena to a satelite if we get an indicator that the reaction is about to happen may be easier to find the point.. a micro camera inside the cell...

i believe ronie may have found something special but working with this coils is very strange.

this could be

frequency where water current or voltage peak or become zero...

frequency where theres is a amplified or reduced electromagnetic radiation?

when tuning a satelite i use the tv and the receptor to find the the signal when it sounds its close to the tuning,,,

maybe we could do a sort of indicator that translate to sound with adjustable threshold of detection... for EM waves basically a coil and voltimeter could work maybe..

therewere was long ago some set of informations in a domcument called hydrostar or something like do you remember?

it had a toroidal coil that went over the tubes..

I have connected in many ways my scope probes.
Best thing was to hook up the probe to the cell, with using the ground of the prope.
But when i measure or tune the prim or sec, i use the ground as well.

Kevin, here a pic of the whole thing.
Its a pwm hooked up to a FET IRF640
3x 220 ohms resisitors across the prim

VIC according Don Gables specs
4 cells in serie. I also tried a single cell.


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Re: The VIC with resonant cavity project by Steve..
« Reply #228 on: February 26, 2016, 00:09:05 am »
So, i tried water with a PPM of 34. Its destilled water.
Nothing, not 1 buble.
If i hook all 3 secondairys in series, i get a HV reading, but there is no current at all.
It does sting or even spark....


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« Reply #229 on: February 26, 2016, 01:49:22 am »
Doesnt seem like anyone else is going to respond?????
I have to guess and suggest to double check your PWM has propper bypass caps in place...im at that and transient supression with my PWM as well...it looks like Max is here..itd be nice to see him help...new member AR-Group looks intetesting..hopefully someone who can...will help.

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Re: The VIC with resonant cavity project by Steve..
« Reply #230 on: February 26, 2016, 04:19:35 am »
steve i could only get high voltage out of this coils by reducing the primary turns... and even to wound the primary over the secondary or bellow... i reduced down to 100 0r s0... but actually most of times i get ultra high voltage the tunrs are less than this...

i also saw very few if any bubbles with my tests with very pure water...




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« Reply #231 on: February 26, 2016, 16:30:39 pm »
Doesnt seem like anyone else is going to respond?????
I have to guess and suggest to double check your PWM has propper bypass caps in place...im at that and transient supression with my PWM as well...it looks like Max is here..itd be nice to see him help...new member AR-Group looks intetesting..hopefully someone who can...will help.

Its very very silent....
I agree with you Kevin.
There are so many silent lurckers here.....
Too bad...