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Re: Defining the word "opposite"
« Reply #56 on: March 03, 2009, 03:18:46 am »
now relate it to the sine wave drawing i drew.. and realized timing is everything for its voltage firing logic.. each phase peak individualy. P1 will give a positve dwell time.. P2 will give you your static voltage charge aka both.. and P3 will give you a negative dwell time..  you could say that a 6 pole alternator at 5000 rpms would give you 500hertz per phase.. so that will give you 500 hits of negative , 500 hits of both and 500 hits of positve in one second.. so theres 1500 differential pulses happening in one second with all them hooked up like that.. i think the water will oscillate at 750 hertz while taking on potential.. people need to read and understand this shit.. its golden

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« Reply #57 on: March 03, 2009, 22:10:21 pm »
by lookin at my pic i drew of tube with traveling wave guide(labeled in its time seqence of events P!,P2,and P3.. im thinkin water makes 1 oscillation every 5 sequence hits.. so if we had 3 phases that are putting there own cycle of 500 hertz that are  120 out of phase from each other.. we know there peaks hit at different time periods.. so we are gettin 1500 peak voltages with the 500hz 3 phase combined in 1 second at 5000rpm..  but what if we decided to use only a positive leg on one, both on another, and the negative on the last phase.. since we have three phases peaking at seperate individual time periods.  it will create unipolar oscillation.. and potential dwell time 0v.. so im thinkin 5 hits oscillates water 1hertz and if thats tru then when you hit water with the 1500hertz you could divide it by 5 and see that the water may be oscillating at 300 hertz Acoustic----------  750 rpm  will give 45hertz acuostics in water.. and 225 hertz electrical stress..   so do you see what i mean by dynamic and static variables? and notice they both increase and decrease proportional to the rpms of the alternator..  either u need 3 vic's 6-1 or some type of switching logic for the output.... i dont know it sounds logical to me..


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