Author Topic: Frequency generator with 3 squarewaves / 3 primairy coils / 1 secondairy coil  (Read 12758 times)

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lol good you pointed out the word "dual" in 6-1
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Dual Choke Coils (56/62 _ SS56/62)
makes one think the bifilar in 6-1 is the dual layered copper-ss from fig. 10-4

For 1 wfc there are two separate vic's, one for positive one for negative, but both on a single core.
Interconnected through the 0V referenced coil and all in the same (or maybe opposite) magnetic direction.

you're very alert, stc.

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the way i show the vic in this pic i would think it would performs like 2 vics...  i dont know if im going crazy by the way i see the copper chokes job in the vic.. or what.. i feel like alot are still focusing on this transformer like any other current/ amp transformer. i feel like the copper chokes which are  the secondary on 6-1( works as both).since wound on same core.. mix your electric knowlege with plumping.. and one direction current flow.. which is the displacement of electrons in one direction caused by the back flow preventing diodes.. there is no current in this system.. only isolated potential displacement.. the gold i see in this idea is that if your power for displacement EMF is going to the copper chokes/ secondarysand its isolated.. it will work as stan says.. for capacitance and induction.. not for load.... by coupling the ss chokes and primary.. they all share inductance...  but what if we gave the copper a job with high resistance load so the displacement in the chokes don't keep equalizing at a fast rate causing current in copper by electrons having a easy path back to the positive side.. air processing will allow the copper chokes to build up in voltage since the resistance across the air gap is tremendous compared to water..
i would say the gap of the air ionizer could play a role in the max potential of the vic.. since i would say the air is getting 40,000 volts and not the water. notice there is less winds of stainless then copper.. would that be a step down? the center tap i show is the 90 degrees out i would say.. it goes to the neg stanless choke... now if we were to hit the core from both side bidirectionaly. would that not create a electron displacement force to center of bobbin where the negative electron potential is being forced into the center tap of seconadarys to goto neg ss choke?  lets call it hydrolectric its not relying on the current yields but the pressure/ potential yields. creativity at its finest right here fellas. i think my pic still needs some tweeks and i will post it soon.

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only isolated potential displacement
yes! agree, but power is needed for this, or can this happen without using much energy?

the middle bobbin does contain the 2 bifilar wound chokes AND the amp inhibitor coil?
Or does the black choke behave as the 0V ref. amp inhitor?
What is gate and why are the 2 primaries connected as such to the inputs?

I think I don't understand your vic fully yet.


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the lawton works with the gate and frequency on the same side going into the vic using one transistor.... couldnt you supply a constant freq source of 0-20khz with one transistor on the input side then have you gate/switch transistor/ gate on and off on the neg side?? wouldnt that isolate the vic during pulse off time from ground(neg)? the current on  time will be contradicting it self in a form of impeadance in a since??. it would be as if its compounding electrons toward the 90 degree center tap of secondary. output. to ss neg. since the current and freq effect the displacment in secondarys.. by doing so  the ss take on a potential difference in a step up pumping action with diodes working as back flow preventors..  and what i mean by potential difference is that the negative is being forced with more electrons then normal.  and the positive is having a 1 to 1 ratio jump in holes (positve charge) during displacement.. that will allow potential to build in a step up manner.. and when it comes to discharge its not in to much of a hurry since the charges would most likely want to stay in the choke since there bifilair wound next to each other they would be highly attracted to each other at a balanced ratio.. and there is no difference to cause the current across water for balance. i would say a true -400 and +400  potential the negatives extra electrons would be the exact amount needed to make the positve back to neutral. so if you have -500 and +400 your system probly isnt isolated and is getting extra electrons from some where throwing it off balance.. that would cause your bifilar to create current flowing  50 volts worth of neg potential(electrons) through the water to the positive side to make -450 and +450.. well if theres a imballance like this from stray electrons finding there way in system it  will create imbalance and force  current non stop so it will fail. not sayn this is right just a perspective.

now think on this people.. in stans data he says the ss choke are coated with a 3 kv rated insulator.. i bet you dont have more then 3 kv going to the injector.. remember less winds then secondary typicaly 11.6 k resistance. a step down. the secondarys insulation is not as much a concern for its insulated properties.. its displacement is being isolated in a step up manner by the delrin. it doesnt have a high difference sitting right next to it like bifilar ss chokes.... when you read dual secondarys that means its like bifilar but the displacement is going in same direction.  and is said to allow an accelerated magnetic induction to the core compared to a single wound. all perspective/ insight


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the lawton works with the gate and frequency on the same side going into the vic using one transistor.... couldnt you supply a constant freq source of 0-20khz with one transistor on the input side then have you gate/switch transistor/ gate on and off on the neg side?? wouldnt that isolate the vic during pulse off time from ground(neg)? the current on  time will be contradicting it self in a form of impeadance in a since??. it would be as if its compounding electrons toward the 90 degree center tap of secondary. output. to ss neg. since the current and freq effect the displacment in secondarys.. by doing so  the ss take on a potential difference in a step up pumping action with diodes working as back flow preventors..  and what i mean by potential difference is that the negative is being forced with more electrons then normal.  and the positive is having a 1 to 1 ratio jump in holes (positve charge) during displacement.. that will allow potential to build in a step up manner.. and when it comes to discharge its not in to much of a hurry since the charges would most likely want to stay in the choke since there bifilair wound next to each other they would be highly attracted to each other at a balanced ratio.. and there is no difference to cause the current across water for balance. i would say a true -400 and +400  potential the negatives extra electrons would be the exact amount needed to make the positve back to neutral. so if you have -500 and +400 your system probly isnt isolated and is getting extra electrons from some where throwing it off balance.. that would cause your bifilar to create current flowing  50 volts worth of neg potential(electrons) through the water to the positive side to make -450 and +450.. well if theres a imballance like this from stray electrons finding there way in system it  will create imbalance and force  current non stop so it will fail. not sayn this is right just a perspective.

now think on this people.. in stans data he says the ss choke are coated with a 3 kv rated insulator.. i bet you dont have more then 3 kv going to the injector.. remember less winds then secondary typicaly 11.6 k resistance. a step down. the secondarys insulation is not as much a concern for its insulated properties.. its displacement is being isolated in a step up manner by the delrin. it doesnt have a high difference sitting right next to it like bifilar ss chokes.... when you read dual secondarys that means its like bifilar but the displacement is going in same direction.  and is said to allow an accelerated magnetic induction to the core compared to a single wound. all perspective/ insight


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the voltage between each widing is much smaller than 3kv

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there are not bifillar wound copper chokes in 6-1 just the stainless i see it like this  "dual resonant coils (56/62)" is one statement .. dual being ss 56/62

then another more detail statement. bifilar spiral wrap coils still reffering to ss 56/62 again

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didnt stan say he could turn 5 gallons of water into fuel gas in one hour with 650 volts?

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im not sure about 650 volts.....but i do know that you can do it when you increase the number of "hits" on the water molecule.....or in simple terms increasing the frequency to the next resonant point.......he clealry says that in a european patent.....this is when he mentions 5 gallon in 1 hour.