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Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Reply #16 on: November 21, 2021, 17:23:25 pm »
its just a very leaky capacitor.....

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« Reply #17 on: November 22, 2021, 14:36:50 pm »
Just saving everyone's time and frustration.

Andrija Puharich talks about resonance to be the most current with the less power applied, Meyer talks the opposite with almost same circuit (inductors and transformer) with exception of the diode.

Everyone who think by their own head will question all of this.

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Re: Stan Meyer Patent search....U.S. Ser. No. 302,807
« Reply #18 on: November 22, 2021, 21:16:53 pm »
Just saving everyone's time and frustration.

Andrija Puharich talks about resonance to be the most current with the less power applied, Meyer talks the opposite with almost same circuit (inductors and transformer) with exception of the diode.

Everyone who think by their own head will question all of this.
with serie resonance, thats what it is. Current and also voltage. out of phase......The voltage creates the "pressure" and then the current can boost in. That how you get lots of current going thru a wfc...

now the question is: how high can you go with voltage to charge up a bifilar coil? What are the upper borders?
Of course it depends on the amount of windings and wire resistance, but still...
Lets say, we take a ferriet core with 400 bif windings...
How high can you go with volts?