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The principle behind the VIC transformer
« on: April 24, 2016, 20:39:13 pm »
In short words for me the vic is a combination of 3 secondary coils that have the effect of create 3 voltages that are subtracted from each other....

the point really is if we subtract the voltages from each other you may ask what is left?

the load we are willing to resonate can be a dead short circuit or very well isolated.. but what we are really deserving to do is to apply strong enough electric field strenght to switch off the covalent attraction..

so what is left is that the coils under high voltage operation will be indded able to send high voltage fields to the electrodes although this are two separated fields...

the analogy for this is when you have two magnets and they will have some attraction to each other the force that atracts they is the analogous voltage that i mention...
if a magnetic circuit is provided the force would be stronger but actually even open circuit there is a force do you agree?

is the same with voltage

once the coils have thousands of volts and they counter act each other is just like mimic the open circuit of a magnet system like i described with two magnets open air.... 

when the coils are set like this than is possible to view that voltage fields will still be there but will be isolated from each other therefore amps would not apreciably flow...

the point than is to find what frequency the water will break apart




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Re: The principle behind the VIC transformer
« Reply #1 on: April 24, 2016, 20:49:15 pm »
maybe we could see that adding capacitors could do the same action...

why 3 are required?   

thats because using this principle of all in one core concept.. .

i believe with simply two coils would be pretty much the same and maybe simpler to accomplish

if the coils are not coupled to the secondary and are independent of each other the back emf during pulse on wiil inerently allow some current to flow in the sistem but this is very small if the coils are not in resonance...

resonance would create a current flow that would acumulate over allong with it creating a high voltage too in consequence of that...

if all coils are coupled this resonance affects all coils 

in contrary to that from my experience is not required to apply high voltage low current in a series circuit... instead a low voltage and higher current is desired...otherwise it dont resonate well since the transformer kind of interacts with the resonance...






 

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Mr puharich
« Reply #2 on: April 24, 2016, 21:07:32 pm »
his device show two unterminated coils

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Re: Mr puharich
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2016, 02:30:18 am »
his device show two unterminated coils

depends where you look....

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Re: The principle behind the VIC transformer
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2016, 04:33:34 am »
Thanks for the comment
i though this is the drawing for the hearing system isnt it

did you understood the analogy of the magnets and magnetic circuit?

do you agree on that?

i will do a blackmagic for those who read and dont post.... lurkers are not so welcome to me


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Re: The principle behind the VIC transformer
« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2016, 05:44:11 am »
Thanks for the comment
i though this is the drawing for the hearing system isnt it

did you understood the analogy of the magnets and magnetic circuit?

do you agree on that?

i will do a blackmagic for those who read and dont post.... lurkers are not so welcome to me
I forgot , that pic is from somebody else but same as Puharich.Puharich gives patent number for component 1 of his water splitter wich yes,is his hearing patent.Ive built it and it produces the waveforms in his water patent.
Not sure what you mean with magnetic circuit but you have to be carefull when adding KOH, add SLOWLY in small amounts...if you add to much to fast it could boil out and splash all over you.Its going to heat up as you discovered.... you should wait till the temperature reaches equilibrium before adding it to your cell,you may end up with a black sludge on your electrodes you'll have to remove if not care full.
« Last Edit: April 25, 2016, 06:02:11 am by KS »

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Re: The principle behind the VIC transformer
« Reply #6 on: April 29, 2016, 12:16:53 pm »
this is it what i described about the magnetic circuit

the magnets although same size and same distance in the case you close the circuit you short the magnetic fields to the other magnet increasing the lines in there between them and theretoo increasing the force of attraction between them

the voltage case is just the same you can have voltage fields and in the circuit they can cancel by the net theorem so the sum of the all potentials must be zero in a closed circuit with current flowing... but you can make counter potentials like would be the case to add an electomagnet in the magnetic circuit and counter the field of the magnets this would decrease the force between them ... but not reduce to zero


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« Last Edit: April 29, 2016, 15:41:17 pm by sebosfato »

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Re: The principle behind the VIC transformer
« Reply #7 on: April 29, 2016, 15:53:08 pm »
my fisr tests of the vic back in 2007 were astonishing in that i had found a way to charge capacitors to very high voltage such that i called it back than a charge pump

today i´m mmoving my lab back to the main room in my house where is more confortable and i will be more active in doing tests

from memory i remember that i was using toroids and where a step up of only 3

so pulsing with 12 v battery i got 36 v output

the primary had like 100 turns and the secondary 300

if i connected a diode after the secondary the capacitor of low value maybe 100nf  charges to maybe 50v ok

than if i get another coil and add over the secondary and connect it after the diode (30 turns were better than 100)

this was the thing powering the early prototype video in my youtube channel but inthat case the primary had less turns maybe 5

anyway a light load use to charge till thousand volts

in the case i was using the irfp250 so the primary probably was collapsing till max 200 or something

so the action was between the  capacitances of the coils

today i will try to do this again and determine how it happened...