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Re: Impedance Matching
« Reply #64 on: May 04, 2009, 16:41:42 pm »
now i do believe that the magnetic field intensity will slowly increase between each resonance set of pulse trains.....that means after gating the next set will be higher then the next.....and so on and so on.....hence how resonant voltage will exceed pulse voltage.....

now i still can't see that clearly enough in my head due to the dialetric breakdown......but from stans work it is resonance with dialetric breakdown...this means that not all the energy is pumped back and forth between the capcacitor and inductor....some of it is dissipated into the water.....but once the energy is too low to seperate water that little amount left is what is used for the resonance energy increase over time......so it still makes complete sense that the system will achieve higher and higher voltages even though the water is consistantly being seperated over and over again with each gated set of pulses.


if i can remember this....and i wish i had my books still i think that the time constant for capcitance relies on R and C

where Inductor's time constant is L over R.

the greek T is just a variable not a constant so T (tau) =L/R for inductors and T (tau) =RC for capacitors.

so there charging times are completely different.

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« Reply #65 on: May 04, 2009, 16:43:02 pm »
it did not short out easily.....it shorted out when i applied over 150 volts amplitude at the primary.....jolt's shorted out instantly.

yeah, my chokes shorted when the VIC hit resonance pulsing with 12 volts.

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« Reply #66 on: May 04, 2009, 16:47:46 pm »
jolt what wave form were you sending in

and how much current did the vic draw.

was it hooked to a wfc?

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« Reply #67 on: May 04, 2009, 16:59:41 pm »
it did not short out easily.....it shorted out when i applied over 150 volts amplitude at the primary.....jolt's shorted out instantly.

yeah, my chokes shorted when the VIC hit resonance pulsing with 12 volts.

So there you have it Kinesis , it shorts out .
« Last Edit: May 04, 2009, 17:27:53 pm by Dankie »

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« Reply #68 on: May 04, 2009, 17:02:34 pm »
I was sending 12 volt square 50% duty and yes I had it connect to a cell.

I had the scope probe sitting right under the VIC and it picked up a perfect sive wave like RF. then the VIC started to make the typical noise when you have arcing. and the sine wave got distorted. there was never any gas produced.

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« Reply #69 on: May 05, 2009, 18:17:02 pm »
agh alright....now that i have realized the coil was connected magnetically against the bifilar this might be why there was no "pumping" action against a load......the magnetic field from the secondary was canceling out the bifilar's magnetic field.


also the coil itself hits audible harmoonics around 40-60khz depending on the load it is attached too....but there is a waveform bounce inside it.......this happened when it was connected incorrectly.

i have no time today to mess with the coil.....but tonight i should have plenty of free time.

this might work!!!!!

today could be the day

i find myself far too optimistic.

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« Reply #70 on: May 05, 2009, 18:26:53 pm »
agh alright....now that i have realized the coil was connected magnetically against the bifilar this might be why there was no "pumping" action against a load......the magnetic field from the secondary was canceling out the bifilar's magnetic field.


also the coil itself hits audible harmoonics around 40-60khz depending on the load it is attached too....but there is a waveform bounce inside it.......this happened when it was connected incorrectly.

i have no time today to mess with the coil.....but tonight i should have plenty of free time.

this might work!!!!!

today could be the day

i find myself far too optimistic.

why kinesis ?? Are you saying what I think you are saying ? Are you imcompetent to this point ?

All coils  must be in clockwise . there is no rogue coil setup thats clockwise while others are not , or vice versa ...

+clockwise array of coils- cell

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« Reply #71 on: May 05, 2009, 23:14:03 pm »
you don't even know the difference between counter and clock wise or it's effects on transformer efficiency so hush hush and run along.

first off john winds his coils all with the same orientation......so it is either all North oriented towards the cell or south oriented towards the cell.

in john's windings his outputs can be vice versa......but in this case the diode is the only thing that has to be moved and the input nad output have to be switched in order to switch magnetic orientation.

so dankie tell me the difference if NORTH oriented coil windings go into the cell rather then SOUTH oriented windings going into the cell...

let's see how competent you are.

you don't even know the laws of magnetics yet.....or let alone how you are going to wind your acclaimed chokes.