Author Topic: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields  (Read 4008 times)

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« Reply #112 on: October 10, 2019, 13:03:15 pm »
i found a power supply that shows some useful values on display and is controlable via computer is very interesting

i already have the labview that shows me all the parameters like power frequency current temperature, etc.. but i would have one like this too..

we must go simpler !


i was charging some batteries with my variac supply and is so interesting like how one transformer connected to the other creates a kind of extra resistance.. i mean voltage drop..

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« Reply #113 on: October 10, 2019, 23:43:00 pm »

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #114 on: October 11, 2019, 09:05:54 am »

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« Reply #115 on: October 11, 2019, 12:00:56 pm »
i was thinking about one thing... to charge a 1f capacitor you take 1 amp for one second and it will raise the voltage to 1v... this accumulate 0.5j of energy

if you have a coil for example and charge it with current this current is forced to go out independently when you open the switch...

if you have other coils operating cooperatively to maintain a voltage level across the cell this independent coils can be charged and discharged in a sequence to make the better use of energy

if we charge a 1uh coil with 100 amps it has 5mj of energy but will discharge much faster..

maybe we could make it collapse slower? like slowing down a magnet inside a copper tube?


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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #116 on: October 14, 2019, 15:09:38 pm »

not sure if he is correct in everything he says... especially about the pressure..
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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #117 on: October 14, 2019, 23:23:05 pm »
nice video!

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Maybe Stanley meyer connectors was a fake?
« Reply #118 on: October 20, 2019, 09:45:26 am »
its being few days without posting anything new.. apparently we got some issue with posts but steve gently make it thru...

i was puting my 11 cell together and i had one thought those springs in the electrical connectors are not the best way to make the contact of the electrode... its a poor contact and it would not allow any higher current to flow.. making it a high series resistance to the water capacitor.. if you were to put 1000 amps it would fuse much before you reach it... so i think is a fake!

one of my electrical connectors got so much heat that it melted the delrin plastic and so i had this though

instead of spring the elctrodes should have the hole for the screw to go in and this hold the oring pressure...... 

all for now

best regards

and thanks again steve for your great work


ps

one idea to be able to now make holes in the electrodes is to use a small piece of metal with same curvature as the electrode such as to make perfect contact...

the most basic way to get closer is to use a piece of screw and screw until it touch the electrode than add oring a bolt for sealing with expoxy...


you have any thoughts on this?

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« Reply #119 on: October 20, 2019, 19:37:04 pm »
how does the screen interact with the molecules?

if we have a very very thin screen made of polyester and we apply voltage across it it will polarize so as the water inside of it... it may help break the water...

there could be more in between those electrodes than we can imagine,...


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