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About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« on: May 17, 2008, 11:39:04 am »
I wanna explain to you all what CEMF or BEMF is. This will help to understand the VIC of Stanley better.
And please response. Any comment is ok.

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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #1 on: May 17, 2008, 11:49:04 am »
First:
If you are familiar  with  inductor  theory,  you  know that there is a phase lag of 90 degrees, before current begins to flow. So, first voltage and then current.

Second:
The best way of being able to use BEMF optimal is by de-energizing the coil  by cutting off the voltage supply at the point where EMF has ATTAINED MAXIMUM, but no longer.  Current is not allowed to be wasted as heat.

Third:
The input pulse of you circuit into the coil is positive.

Fourth:
The inductive "kick" (bemf)  is a HIGH NEGATIVE SPIKE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Now take a look on the VIC of Stanley Meyer.....and please write here what you see.!!!
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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #2 on: May 17, 2008, 15:30:31 pm »
I see 2 coils which are tuned just like bedini and tesla. Its all the same when it comes to free energy drvices.
The cavitation part is what stan was bad ass with.... my $.02

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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #4 on: May 18, 2008, 02:40:56 am »
stevie1001,

[WRT stan's VIC] I see a modified FBT (flyback transformer).  Take a look at the square "singular" ferrite configuration - minus the chokes (the left side only is identical to a FBT).  Plus, i've seen the "chokes" in many different formats throughout the S.Meyer literature/docs.  Now take a look at the properties of an unrectified FBT (like an old school one found in a b/w TV).  This is my [VIC] working theory and 2 cents....

I'm new to the forum, and posted this theory in response to your "end of a myth: stanley's VIC" thread.  there's a couple of interesting links there.  as i am still experimenting w/o a cell (electronics only) I cannot test a cell using my FBT(s) - But it's high on my list of things to do...

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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #5 on: May 18, 2008, 10:14:14 am »
I see 2 coils which are tuned just like bedini and tesla. Its all the same when it comes to free energy drvices.
The cavitation part is what stan was bad ass with.... my $.02

CN,

I share that idea!

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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #6 on: May 18, 2008, 10:28:47 am »
stevie1001,

[WRT stan's VIC] I see a modified FBT (flyback transformer).  Take a look at the square "singular" ferrite configuration - minus the chokes (the left side only is identical to a FBT).  Plus, i've seen the "chokes" in many different formats throughout the S.Meyer literature/docs.  Now take a look at the properties of an unrectified FBT (like an old school one found in a b/w TV).  This is my [VIC] working theory and 2 cents....

I'm new to the forum, and posted this theory in response to your "end of a myth: stanley's VIC" thread.  there's a couple of interesting links there.  as i am still experimenting w/o a cell (electronics only) I cannot test a cell using my FBT(s) - But it's high on my list of things to do...

Hi and welcome to this forum,

There are 2 VIC's in Stanley Meyers mistery world.
1 is the one he uses for electrolysis and 1 for use with his injector.
The one you descripe is for use with this injector system.
The one i wanna clear is for use of electrolysis.

In my case you see a tranformer which creates a higher voltage on the secondy coil.
My theory on that is that the output of that 2 coil is not higher then 200v
Some have ideas that is would be like 600v, but i am quit sertain that it isnt.

Stan used 2 chokes on the same core as the secondairy coil of his transformer.
As you can see on his schematics, he has a floating circuit with no ground in it.
That gives him the possiblility to use positive and negative spikes and pulses.
The polarity on his tubes do NOT change in this case.
With 1 diode, you will have the situation that both pulses are allowed to pass the Tubes.
1 low voltage pulse with some amps and 1 high voltage pulse with low amps.

The collapsing field of the chokes are something special. These will do most of the trick.
Do you know the proces of this coil charging and discharging?
What does and how does a magnetic field collaps?

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Re: About CEMF/BEMF spikes
« Reply #7 on: May 18, 2008, 10:49:49 am »
Now go and see the alternator setup of stan.
He used the neutral of the windings with only 3 diodes for rectifing.
He added chokes to the output of the stator and he created the same collapsing fields and negative spikes.
After these chokes he added again a diode......

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Steve