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anyone know how exact to polish epoxy in a easy way
« Reply #96 on: October 02, 2019, 21:13:16 pm »
This are photos of it
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x ray cavity
« Reply #97 on: October 02, 2019, 21:46:49 pm »
I just imagined something... im going to build a box of lead with lead recovery from batteries i have here... inside this box will sit this cells arranged in a circle like i explained in the last posts... inside of it there is going to be electrogmagentic field plus a tube emiting xrays... the xrays will go thru the epoxy and pass thru the water and get reflected back by the metalic box

i will need to work this box as to make it like the primary of a trasformer.. and so the circle containing 20 to 30 cells become a secondary... i plan to put the primary in resonance with a set of capacitors as to have high voltage on that single or few turns of the box around the cells@!

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Re: x ray cavity
« Reply #98 on: October 02, 2019, 23:39:49 pm »
I just imagined something... im going to build a box of lead with lead recovery from batteries i have here... inside this box will sit this cells arranged in a circle like i explained in the last posts... inside of it there is going to be electrogmagentic field plus a tube emiting xrays... the xrays will go thru the epoxy and pass thru the water and get reflected back by the metalic box

i will need to work this box as to make it like the primary of a trasformer.. and so the circle containing 20 to 30 cells become a secondary... i plan to put the primary in resonance with a set of capacitors as to have high voltage on that single or few turns of the box around the cells@!

hahahahah
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Re: x ray cavity
« Reply #99 on: October 03, 2019, 01:30:11 am »
I just imagined something... im going to build a box of lead with lead recovery from batteries i have here... inside this box will sit this cells arranged in a circle like i explained in the last posts... inside of it there is going to be electrogmagentic field plus a tube emiting xrays... the xrays will go thru the epoxy and pass thru the water and get reflected back by the metalic box

i will need to work this box as to make it like the primary of a trasformer.. and so the circle containing 20 to 30 cells become a secondary... i plan to put the primary in resonance with a set of capacitors as to have high voltage on that single or few turns of the box around the cells@!

hahahahah
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-ray_optics

"No material has substantial reflection for x-rays except at very small grazing angles."

As far as is currently known, you can't reflect X-rays backwards, only forwards at a slight angle.  Any interaction with that energy would have to be direct, as it passes through the water.  Hopefully, the lead will be solid enough to keep the rays from hitting YOU.

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #100 on: October 03, 2019, 02:32:42 am »
the penetration in water may not be much for xrays... your correct

i think i can make a water tank bellow and above cells to contain part of the xrays and than take the output silicone tube to pass righ above the xray tube before going to the generator..

(still dont have a clue what tube to use or where to find one here) there is a store for old medical equipment down town maybe they have an old tube.. any ideas? 

i found this vert interesting image https://physics.stackexchange.com/questions/150546/why-dont-x-rays-travel-through-water

https://i.stack.imgur.com/IiT1I.jpg

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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
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« Reply #102 on: October 03, 2019, 08:32:36 am »
i made paint drawing of the arrangement im thinking abou

in the middle goes the xray and resonant tank

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my idea of the vic
« Reply #103 on: October 04, 2019, 14:57:34 pm »
i think i found one good reason why to use the vic with isolation transformer...and is simple..

today we already have igbts that can achieve 1,2kv at stan time scr and diodes was maybe the only viable way..

the transformer has one function.. allow the collapse of the field in a high relation higher than the igbt can give

i explain

if you pulse the primary with 10 amps peak and across your primary you have a 100ohm resistor, regardless of the voltage in, you are going to have 1000v kickback

that can be a 100 time increase if you start from 10v

but on transformer with a diode and coil in series you are going to be able to multiply that once again..

lets say we used 100v to start with and end up with 1000 volts this is a 900volts gain

for example the secondary had 5:1 relation in the secondary you would have 5kv 2 amps peak lets say we apply this 500v secondary into a coil load in series with the cell and would have 5kv peak this is a 4,5 kv gain... but now we put a few turns of thick wire at the end of this coil and connect this portion to the cell thru a diode... this mean when the secondary and coil collapse it will generate a low voltage high amps pulse while the whole coil still maintain the high voltage of collapse..

somehow i think it would give some different results.. need to test it 

thats the only reason i see for why meyer would have used a isolated system.. of course except to keep things ionized..