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Frequency generator with coil and use of bemf pulse.

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Steve:
I place this topic before, but i received almost no response.
Maybe i have to explain this better.
When you pulse the first tube, you also charge the coil.
When the pulse is off, the coil discharges. That discharge is a high voltage pulse of the collapsing field.
In this setup you are getting 2 pulses for the price of 1.
It provides a much better efficiency!

There is a vid on youtube that explains it a bit with use of a lightbulp.
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In stead of putting the bemf pulse into the same tube, i used a second one for it.

The working is as follows:
You charge with a squarewave the coil.
The coil is the resistance for the electron flow.
You pulse the coil.
In parallel is one tube cell to pick the first charge, when voltage goes up in the circuit.
When the pulse is gone of the circuit, the coil will discharge and you get an reversed current.
Polarity changes and you catch the reversed charge with the capacitor.
Across the capacitor is tube nr.2
This second tube will only produce hydrogen when there is BEMF.

components are:
coil = primairy coil of MOT or similair coil with minimal 0.5mm thick wire
capacitor = bipolar capacitor of minimal 250V
Diodes = anything that can handle 250V and some amps
Frequency = around 1 khz or higher..
Gating = play with it

br
Steve

Steve:
Hi,

This is a schematic of Kumaran.
He also re directs the Bemf pulse into his WFC.

br
Steve

haithar:

--- Quote from: stevie1001 on May 11, 2008, 23:06:19 pm ---
When the pulse is off, the coil discharges. That discharge is a high voltage pulse of the collapsing field.
In this setup you are getting 2 pulses for the price of 1.
It provides a much better efficiency!

--- End quote ---

Nice idea, but you need current to "charge" the coil, so your advantage in efficiency is gone, in fact you lose energy because of Lenz's law.