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Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Reply #48 on: October 12, 2019, 19:46:40 pm »
Tekki, any idea why the bubbles are bigger?

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« Reply #49 on: October 12, 2019, 20:15:48 pm »
Looks good! Great Job!
Are you going to incorporate the tungsten arc Gaps at the bottom of the reactor?

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« Reply #50 on: October 12, 2019, 20:22:04 pm »
yes sir.
Strait under between the electrodes.

75kV sparks....White color sparks. Not sure yet if it must be tungsten or bronze

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« Reply #51 on: October 12, 2019, 20:58:13 pm »
Pretty sure I read tungsten and also stated the gap distance in the patent i think.

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Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Reply #52 on: October 12, 2019, 23:45:22 pm »
looks like your getting bubbles off the sharp edges that are the shortest path between the 2 poles

so the theory of Horvath is the shape gives the equal surface area on both plates?   that's what I always thought but if the 8 points are the major contributors then the concave curves are lacking , being further distance.
I don't trust Meyers, Horvath or any patents.

Your demo is the first time I have ever seen a replication of the patent drawing, on that basis you are #1 in this area.

maybe the field has to relate to this shape ?

the visual of this cell is similar to the magnetron  . Good for you , that is amazing dedication

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Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Reply #53 on: October 13, 2019, 09:18:53 am »
i really enjoy the fact that some of you studied the horvath patent.
Anybody a suggestion on the transformer who is in the cell?
The system is that a charged capacitor is discharging into that transformer aka electromagnet.
I have some worries about the frequency of the magnet pulses....

anybody???

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Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Reply #54 on: October 13, 2019, 12:17:54 pm »
i really enjoy the fact that some of you studied the horvath patent.
Anybody a suggestion on the transformer who is in the cell?
The system is that a charged capacitor is discharging into that transformer aka electromagnet.
I have some worries about the frequency of the magnet pulses....

anybody???

Coil size is pretty much a standard factor.  The very same coil which will produce the desired effect with a given capacitor will still work with a much smaller cap.  With magnetism as an additional element, smaller wire in the coil will produce a stronger field.  And will affect the resonance.  If you want a specific frequency, design the coil for appropriate inductance, keeping the coil's resistance in the range of 5,000 ohms, regardless of frequency.  And you can always add a trimmer cap if needed.

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Re: My Horvath replication project by Steve
« Reply #55 on: October 13, 2019, 15:41:29 pm »
The circuit reminds me of a CDI (capacitive discharge ignition) by the way it charges up a capcitor and uses a scr to dump the energy into the primary..