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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #104 on: February 24, 2009, 13:15:48 pm »
Oops, you're right, my 2nd comment is incorrect.

It is clearly a written Z, but if it was meant to be a Z, meyer would have explained the variable like all other variables.
The brief is full with typo's :)


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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #105 on: February 24, 2009, 15:12:10 pm »


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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #106 on: February 24, 2009, 19:00:33 pm »

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« Reply #107 on: February 24, 2009, 19:19:22 pm »
no problem
the truth is there you just have to find it... i suggest if this video is confusing then you need to watch it, from there you gotta learn to ask the right question.. that is determined by ones self  prior knowlege. and i tell ya what, we have somthing that stan never had for aquiring his knowlege from the questions he asked.. the world wide web.  computers are a 2 demensional advantage.. they alow you to jump from 2d-2d planes in one available spot called the screen..by a single click.  imagine all the books he had... pdfs are the shizzet and video


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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #108 on: February 24, 2009, 19:55:24 pm »
now here is what is great......that little video is a nice simple RLC series resonance W00t!.......

stan eve nshows it like this.....

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/resistiveresonance.jpg)

but here in the stanley meyer wolrd......his one inductor alone has capacitance and Inductance.......that means there is a resonance at which the inductor works perfectly (i think it's a parallel resonance)........then we have that whole she-bang in series with our capacitor......since i have not found a way to include this capactive effet of bifilar windings and inductor power storage i have my spectrum analyzer.

and the one thing that screws all of this MIT  video up is the fact that it is DC resonance with a Diode and the resonance only exists becuase of gating!...the minute you put a diode in a system BAM no more resoance but if you gate it BAM RESONANCE....instead of the capacitor naturally releasing it's energy into the inductor which becomes full and releases it into the capacitor ALL NATURALLY and very pendulum like with each input pulse adding to it's strength we use gating....you can think of it liek manual transmission where before it was more of an automatic transmission.......now with gating we gate right when the capacitor reaches it's highest fill level and then drop the pulse.....simulating the resoanance between inductor and capcitor in a manual FORCED manner........no one has made a lecture on this yet.....frankly becuase i think no one has thought of a manual resonance.

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« Reply #109 on: February 24, 2009, 21:12:29 pm »
Yeah, everything is handled as sinelike in nature, ok for analysis for us I think.

The lecturer talks about resonance when I is max, and V is lowest, he also shows the resonance curve (@ 9:30 mins).
we are looking for the opposite, Vmax and Imin.
For max current, Imax, (XL - Xc) is small, and the reactance goes to zero @ resonance (reactance = frequency dependent resistance to current) (@12mins)
For Imin, (XL - Xc) is big(gest).
for this reason meyer said the reactance of the watercap must be way smaller than the reactance of the inductor. (Page 7-10)
I'll give a shot later for a Vmax freqresponse curve.

BUT, (just got this idea):
We want to know the freq @ which the coils are @ res and the cap is not: max power is converted in the bifilar (as an effect it creates the high voltage we want), the HV is felt by the caps (waterresistance Re is still there).
Just like vibrating string shown later in the lecture, we want the nodes but with its right end loose and swings @ the biggest amplitude which also happens to be @ waterfreq..
max power to coils, no power to cap, freq is somehow @ dielectric freq .

just a thought, could be all wrong  :P

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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #110 on: February 24, 2009, 23:26:11 pm »
think about this theory

 stan allways labels his  pulse sequence a-n  there are 13 seperate winds per phase in a alternator. which i think with different rpms of the rotor winding chages the hertz output of the ac signal.. if you look at the design of the rotors triangle poles you can see how it is forming the sine wave do to its geometrical pole shift .

by going with this you will understand that a higher rpm will create a higher frequency .  a nice variable to have when trying to intune voltage to meet required fuel gas production.. since when rpms of motor go up it is proportional to the change in rotor speed
everyones talking about freq gens and what not.. i think vic 6-1 used a input straight from alternator with a gating system..to gate the variavble frequency gen( alternator)  and for 6-1 you dont have to rewind the alternator there probly a way to tap into it since 6-1 is using 0-12 volts right?  and the gate would be the only variable for gas production.. i think that gate would need only a 1 time adjustment.. kinda like tuning a carborator. some cars would need more voltage for more gas production.. thats all determined by vics output with 0-12 input.

another thing to realize is the fact that curent flow is one way..  when a polarity switch happens  copper atoms flop and change direction in regular ac pulse........ this rapid switch at high frequency is what causes heat in resistance.. i dont think the chokes will get that hot under the right operating environments...  in order to get a negative pulse you must force an excess of electrons then required in a givin space.. by the colapse of the negative with pulse sync it doesnt change atomic orientation at all. because the falling is of the extra electrons. it  wont effect them there orientaion will remain constant atomicaly this allows there vortex to be constant in one direction..

with the sync pulse you no longer require a tunable negative.. since it wont matter in a balanced pulse system of equal intensity...  stan shows a resonant cavity in his injector schematics, i think it is a the steam resonator.. i also think he uses it to produce clean water for injection... there is alot of stuff  in water i dont think you want running threw your motor so it would make since to do that.


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Re: New VIC pictures discussion!!!
« Reply #111 on: February 25, 2009, 01:30:57 am »

The lecturer talks about resonance when I is max, and V is lowest, he also shows the resonance curve (@ 9:30 mins).
we are looking for the opposite, Vmax and Imin.


alan in order to get v max and I min it has to be parallel resonance........not series resonance.......series resonance will create high current......

so here is another thought....what if the bifilar chokes having (capacitance) forms a parallel LC circuit within the inductor itself.......so the inductor is creating low current and a high voltage output.......this is then in LC series with the water capacitor.....

but once again as stan said that XL must be larger than XC which means that resonance between the water capacitor and bifi inductor doesn't actually take place.....XL would have to EQUAL XC in order for their to be resonance between the WFC and the bifi inductor.....i will try and find the quote of him saying that.....one moment.

and outlaw......remember that alot of the incoming pulses are square wave pulses at 50 percent duty cycle.......

now there is an alternator VIC method.......i forgot where but it's in one of the papers.