### Author Topic: Resonant Cell  (Read 12388 times)

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« Reply #8 on: November 21, 2009, 03:25:14 am »

I'll redo the math tomorrow...

V=Pi*R^2
V= volume
Pi=3.14159...

And your V for Volume, should be A for Area, for that formula.
Otherwise... V=Pi*R^2*L,  Where L is length

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« Reply #9 on: November 21, 2009, 14:21:35 pm »
tuning into the dielectric properties of water... what does stan mean by this... to tune into a insulator?..  the best way i see it is he means one must tune into waters breakdown point... like for instance lets say we have a fuel cell and we were able to calculate how long it took for the cavity to cap 1 volt of potential.. if we measure the time then we know the speed at which displacment is occuring in a meduim... now what if were were to use that basic formula to calculate break down points at higher voltages.. for example if it takes 1 second for the resonant cavity  to take on a difference of 1 volt then whouldnt that same medium take one 600 volts in 1/600 of a second and if you were to pulse that as a 50 percent duty you would have 300 pulses a second haveing the 1/600 of a second to dissapate the pulse  fully and allow for the lax time as well

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« Reply #10 on: November 21, 2009, 17:24:33 pm »
Hi Dynodon,

Did you happen to come across the electrostatic water filter during your visits?  I appreciate your topics thanks.

Andy

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« Reply #11 on: November 21, 2009, 21:06:48 pm »
I haven't seen the electrostatic filter,but I wasn't looking.It may be on the buggy,I'll look for it the next time I go down there.
Don

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« Reply #12 on: November 23, 2009, 16:22:41 pm »
Stans water capacitor

One with SS resistance wire and 1 with copper wire.
This means:
setup 1 = 1 stepup transformer with separated chokes = copper = picture 3-22
setup 2 = 1 pulsingcore with all coils on it, from primairy, secondairy and chokes = picture 3-23

Here the explanation of the copper wire VIC.....

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« Reply #13 on: November 23, 2009, 19:16:01 pm »
Figure 3-23 is not SS wire, it's Copper wire, as Dynodon has described previously, he has seen this VIC.

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« Reply #14 on: December 21, 2009, 00:47:39 am »
Hi Dynodon,

Haven't seen anything added here lately.  I was wondering you said that the resonant cell had 11 tubes but only 10 were connected to individual vics if I remember correctly.  I'm wondering how was that one resonant cell being used in the circuit.  I can't imagine it would be sitting there doing nothing.  Maybe a little asymmetric thinking is in order.

Another thing to note I came across something about a unipolar transformer that the inventor decided he wasn't going to patent and was going to free source yet I can't find any information regarding this except it keeps bringing me back to a company selling transformers.  Puzzling.

Andy