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Tesla Vic Coil
« on: November 23, 2008, 01:55:54 am »
I am trying to wind a coil that will cause the "Electron Bounce Phenomenon" to trigger Hydrogen
Fracturing Process without amp influxing.

I intend to try several configurations.

Post on this forum have sparked my intrest in combining Tesla bifiler with Stanly Meyer bifiler chock coils to accomplish this.

This is what I'm planning on winding.  Please give feedback if you have any experience with this coil.


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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2008, 02:01:46 am »
well the primary is not bifilar...

Looks like a weird coil that could offer some special properties... But i think an I core would be simpler to wind and have some stronger coupling ...

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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #2 on: November 23, 2008, 11:07:31 am »
I don`t think you need the primary bifilar. Stan never mensions so.
only the secondary is needed bifilar with a centertap if you are aming for "VIC voltage-sync pulse"

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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2009, 06:17:11 am »
Stan did mention bifilar primary in one photo.  I have been gone so long and looked over so much stuff it would take a month to find it now.
 
I believe the bifilar primary was to enable more current draw on the primary wire.  It has become common practice in transformers (open up a power inverter transformer) to conserve space and handle more amps to double the primary wires, aka bifilar if you will, rather than going with a larger guage wire.
 
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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2009, 13:33:55 pm »
Fig 10-4 has a primary bifilar, but this one is not tesla wound, but typical meyer wound.
bifilar coils create stronger fluxes, but not sure about the timeconstant, perhaps they create slower slopes.

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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #5 on: July 25, 2009, 15:26:49 pm »
stan labeled his signal a-n.. that is 14 letters.. stans vic has 14 cavities..   what if you were to wind the cavities in a step up sequence? like for instance bobbin a starts off with 25 winds  then  jump 5 extra in each cavity as you wind your way to n....   

so a is 25, b is 30, c is 35, d is 40 all the way to n haveing 90 winds.. 

i see the cavitys promoting stepup in voltage... like all of them act as primarys to there following neighbor... b is a primary to c.. c is a primary to d. d is a primary to e and so on.



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Re: Tesla Vic Coil
« Reply #6 on: July 25, 2009, 18:04:17 pm »
'n' is the mathematical variable meaning 'a number' in a consecutive series or sequence, so counting 'a' to 'n' as 14 is not a clue from stan, 'n' could finish as any number... often up to infinity in general cases

interesting thought on the increasing turns, however that changes the resonant frequency, and you can create a step up voltage just by having your duty cycle above 50%, because the doubled pulse frequency will overlap, as described in the TB and patents.