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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #8 on: November 17, 2018, 18:32:01 pm »
Voltage goes sky high on the cell.....

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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #9 on: November 17, 2018, 20:25:54 pm »
Steve, there is something you forgot:

Water conductivity, low resistance.
Our simulations works great with real capacitors

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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #10 on: November 17, 2018, 21:12:01 pm »
Steve, there is something you forgot:

Water conductivity, low resistance.
Our simulations works great with real capacitors

Hi Blade,
I ran soo many experiences....I never forget for the rest of my life how a cell behaves.. ;)
The cell will become very low in resistance as soon as current flows.
Thats why Stan in his early work added a resistive element on the negative side of his tube. Somekind of sandwich.
Later he added a coil who got activated on the right time to act as a resistor.
Thats why this could work! In my early work i found out that the mosfet for the converter could not deal with an active cell.. Just at the start it would work nicely.
As soon as i am home, i will make some experiences.

cheers!

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Vic =TIC
« Reply #11 on: November 19, 2018, 10:59:07 am »
VIC = transformer isolated converter = Tic
VIC=TIC
A buck Boost type of converter.
It is Ampere limiting.
It is step charging the watercell.
It shoots Back emf or reversed coil discharging charge into the waterfuelcell.
Discharging a coil strait into a waterfuelcell doesnt work as t is to short for the waterfuelcell to react.
By adding a resistance we have a longer t and the discharge can charge up the cell

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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #12 on: November 19, 2018, 11:06:49 am »
guess what type of resistance Stanley used?
Something that doesnt suddenly reacts on quick changing voltages?

Yes! Coils have that behaviour!
100 points for Steve  ;)
And what type of coils are designed for softening voltage peaks?
I know it. I know it!!!!!
Choke coils!!!!!!
Another 100 point for Steve  :)
Shall i continue?

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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #13 on: November 19, 2018, 11:12:52 am »
So the choke coil(s) gets a charge, the waterfuelcell gets a charge.
What to do with that?
Hmmmmmmmmm.
I know it!!!!!!
The cell has a negative discharge peak when you cut off the charge.
Coils have a negative discharge too, so when the buck boost coil is getting charged by the transistor or transformer secondairy, the otherside is also helping charging tue buck boost coil.
In parallel charging up the buck boost coil....
Is that not efficient?
YES.
Another 100 point for Steve.
Is that not some kind of an electron extraction circuit?
Yes it is!!!!
100 points  ;D ;D

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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #14 on: November 19, 2018, 12:10:43 pm »
The other option is:
Transformer isolated converter by the forward converter concept.


That way you can create the low voltage high voltage switching and double frequency at the cell.


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Re: Stanley Meyer, how his schematic works
« Reply #15 on: November 19, 2018, 16:49:29 pm »
How come nobody talks about the impedance card his brother showed?