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Re: Opposing Force
« Reply #24 on: November 20, 2008, 04:30:05 am »
ahhh i see where all the confusion is now!!!!......ok see people are using the word opposing differently and coil orientation opposing.......ok HAHAH everything got lost in translation.........just follow tesla.....that is all i can say.....opposing fields and oposing polarity are DIFFERENT.....and this entire time this word OPPOSING has been the problem for misunderstandings.......i will get back to this later im in class right now......just look at the wire connections.....that is the most helpful.

we are probablly both on the same page.....but looking at the word opposing from different perspectives.....i think i am using the word opposing for its literal sense....im sorry if the word definition i am using is wrong......but now that i see meyers schematics......they are all correct....BUT DIFFERENT WAYS TO EXPLAIN the same thing.......no matter how you wind it you can switch the connections......that is the overall fallback.....so you can't be wrong when winding....no worries.....i will better explain this.

Lol i quote this because this word can indeed cause much confusion...

We must define the word opposing as opposing "electron flow"

My very own hadron collider for electrons...

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Re: Opposing Force
« Reply #25 on: November 20, 2008, 15:49:57 pm »
Hi johnbostick,
What is that pot between the secondary and the charging chokes?

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Re: Opposing Force
« Reply #26 on: November 20, 2008, 20:35:42 pm »
hydrogenmask,

I am intending to tap the negitive side chock about 20 ohms deep and place a 40 ohm pot there to use as the wiper as in Stans brief

"Dual-inline RLC Network
Variable inductor-coil (D), similar to inductor (C) connected to opposite polarity voltage zone (E2)
further inhibits electron movement or deflection within the Voltage Intensifier Circuit. Movable wiper
arm fine "tunes" "Resonant Action" during pulsing operations. Inductor (D) in relationship to inductor
(C) electrically balances the opposite voltage electrical potential across voltage zones (EI/E2)."

I am only experimenting with the pot to try and have an adjustable control for the two chocks.