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Bifilar electroscope effect
« Reply #56 on: August 12, 2020, 01:27:03 am »
Bifilar coil will have a force between the wires similar to a electroscope leafs...

Whether if positive or negative it will electrically repel each other.. the higher the voltage higher is the force..

If a ground is connected on one side the fields will be higher on the other side

I'm going to make a bobbin for the bifilar coils on the 3d printer and try to put all the wire in.. need some design


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Re: Sequential high voltage distriuter
« Reply #57 on: August 12, 2020, 08:35:20 am »
More windings means voltage potential...means a bigger battery, means a bigger pull to watermolecules.....

Hmmmmmmm

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Re: Sequential high voltage distriuter
« Reply #58 on: August 12, 2020, 14:55:24 pm »
Yes the higher the potential the higher will become the force...

I was thinking about charging by induction post I did many years ago.

Two bifilar coils can also be used to charge by induction... because one wire will be able to induce on the other a charge... if we connect the second wire to a source of electrons it will get charged..


I was thinking about the bifilar coils and how to increase the self resonance of it...

First to have a Lower q factor it can be made of resistive wire and or have resistors between the layers such as to impede oscillation...

I think meyer may have made it with small bobbin cavities for reducing the self capacitance...

I think once we find the frequency we must go for a resonance tank to get Low power high output

First we need high power and find right frequency!

The self resonance of the coils should be much higher than the resonance of the coils and cell together...



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Re: Sequential high voltage distriuter
« Reply #59 on: August 13, 2020, 08:30:55 am »
I think you deal with capacitance of the wfc plates and the capacitance of the bif coil together.
And the inductance of the bif coil.
Then you can calculate the resonance.
Its a series resonance.
Like Meyer said.

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Re: Bifilar Electro Scope Effect
« Reply #60 on: August 14, 2020, 05:55:05 am »
Yes the higher the potential the higher will become the force...

I was thinking about charging by induction post I did many years ago.

Two bifilar coils can also be used to charge by induction... because one wire will be able to induce on the other a charge... if we connect the second wire to a source of electrons it will get charged..


I was thinking about the bifilar coils and how to increase the self resonance of it...

First to have a Lower q factor it can be made of resistive wire and or have resistors between the layers such as to impede oscillation...

I think meyer may have made it with small bobbin cavities for reducing the self capacitance...

I think once we find the frequency we must go for a resonance tank to get Low power high output

First we need high power and find right frequency!

The self resonance of the coils should be much higher than the resonance of the coils and cell together...

To adjust the resonance, leave a little space between the wires.  (Like Nicola's big one).  The air gap decreases the capacitance between the windings and raises the operating frequency. The inductance also changes as the wires get longer.

edit:  Intrinsic induction is missing from the bif.  But it can still pick up inductive fields.\edit

An ignition coil produces a vibrating leaf effect.  (There's your synchronous rectifier opportunity).
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Re: Bifilar Electro Scope Effect
« Reply #61 on: August 14, 2020, 09:23:30 am »
Yes the higher the potential the higher will become the force...

I was thinking about charging by induction post I did many years ago.

Two bifilar coils can also be used to charge by induction... because one wire will be able to induce on the other a charge... if we connect the second wire to a source of electrons it will get charged..


I was thinking about the bifilar coils and how to increase the self resonance of it...

First to have a Lower q factor it can be made of resistive wire and or have resistors between the layers such as to impede oscillation...

I think meyer may have made it with small bobbin cavities for reducing the self capacitance...

I think once we find the frequency we must go for a resonance tank to get Low power high output

First we need high power and find right frequency!

The self resonance of the coils should be much higher than the resonance of the coils and cell together...

To adjust the resonance, leave a little space between the wires.  (Like Nicola's big one).  The air gap decreases the capacitance between the windings and raises the operating frequency. The inductance also changes as the wires get longer.

edit:  Intrinsic induction is missing from the bif.  But it can still pick up inductive fields.\edit

An ignition coil produces a vibrating leaf effect.  (There's your synchronous rectifier opportunity).

Nice idea about the synchronous rectifier!!!

I was looking into stan design and I think he used multi bobbin cavities to reduce the capacitance perhaps... instead of many layers.  I found his design online but I'm going to design one for my cores..

I came up with some test ideas that may have a interesting result

The section about steam resonator on tech brief is one of the most important parts.. it describes with Meyers words what eccles claims regarding the formation if monoatomic than diatomic particles..

This lead me to believe that my fracture cell circuit that I build few years ago and left untouched is what I'm going to use now.

The switching mechanism is important if we want the coils to pulse in both ways.. so the primary must be pulsed in two ways but with a short interval between the reverse pulses to allow it to collapse both ways!!!!!

Further I will use two isolated cells connected back to back by a bifilar high voltage coil

A current flow is a basic requirement to be able to get away with screening of the charge and so effectively direct the high voltage fields where we want...

Counting only with capacitive isolation may not be enough and inductive is not possible to block dc that may be the reason why meyer used high resistance... only a high resistance can make the inductor discharge fast as to keep resisting flow of amps

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Infrared feedback
« Reply #62 on: August 17, 2020, 08:10:38 am »
Considering using a infrared temperature sensor for feedback on temperature rise..

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Resistor between layers of coil
« Reply #63 on: August 17, 2020, 09:05:51 am »
Adding a resistor between the layers will make the capacitance of the coils to get charged and may be effective in broadening the frequency of the coil response...