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Stan Meyer EPG Divider Discussion
« on: May 23, 2012, 12:47:13 pm »
In the attached diagram Stan Meyer shows a "spiral divider" and rotating magnetic fields in an early EPG device.What was Stan showing in this diagram?

In the bulk of his diagrams, a physical feature was often shown using continuous lines and fields as dotted lines. It is a apparent that the spiral divider was a physical feature of the Mag Gas Gega device. The question arises as to the dimensions of the divider, its purpose and physical construction.

The first question is how long is the divider? Was it located only at the end of the EPG spiralled coil or did it run the entire length of the spiraled coil?

1. It is possible that the  function of the spiral divider was to set up 3 spinning mag gas vortices that travelled the length of the EPG spiraled coil with the magnetic drive  coils on the outide of the non conductive coil giving stabilty to these swirling mag gas tornadoes within the EPG coil (short divider)

2 It is possible that the spiral divider was functioning to give essentially 3 separate compartments or containment conduits withing the main EPG  containment coil and that each of these compartments had a magnetic flux
inducing current in the coils surrounding the main EPG  containment tube. (long divider)

In case 1, the analogy would be to mixing or swirl technology for powders or gases used in manufacturiong processes and brazing devices of that era and that the divider did not run the entiere length of the containment tube but served only to setup swirling mag gas strands within the containment coil.

In case 2, a divider that ran the length of the EPG coil (except for accelerator and alignment coil area) and
would contain 3 separate mag gas streams

Case 3 Now if Stan means "Spiralled divider where the divider itself  has a twist to it similar to a drill bit or rifle lands then the divider would need to be flexible. This approach would be more complex in construction and would likely introduce an increase in turbulent gas flow and increase the pressure needed to circulate the mag gas.

Case 2 seems more likely

So following Stan's guiding concept of KISS, the divider would need to be flexible so that it could be inserted into the containment coil and then bent without "kinking" as the EPG containment coil was formed into 3 loops.
 Given Stan's experience with flexible gas guides ( such as in the flash back or quenching tubing", the divider could have been made of a tri lobed flexible material such as a nylon or teflon which was inserted into the containment coil prior to bending into a circular shape. A separate mag gas flow then would be maintained in each of the
pie shaped sectors of the containment coils and each lobe of the mag gas as it circulated would have moving magnetic flux lines that could interact with the outside coils coils to generate power.

« Last Edit: May 23, 2012, 13:28:54 pm by jim miller »

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Re: Stan Meyer EPG Divider Discussion
« Reply #1 on: May 23, 2012, 18:06:43 pm »

Recently i came up with a theory of how the epg would work thinking with magnets inside the copper coil..

The only problem i found is that when you apply energy to a coil to accelerate the magnet the movement of the magnet towards the coil induce a contrary voltage to that coil you applied voltage so i concluded that if i had a second coil there to get  this induced voltage summing with the volts applied and induced could turn to be zero the output at this coil... so i'm not working on it now...

About this divider, it would be needed if stan really is working with ions so at one side positive ions go one way and on the other side they go other direction... don't know...