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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #288 on: September 23, 2010, 04:16:52 am »
I found that it might be a rc resonance i was reading about it http://www.electronics-tutorials.ws/oscillator/rc_oscillator.html

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #289 on: September 23, 2010, 05:03:34 am »
Something just crossed my mind


Man I thing i drop on something now


what if the inductance capacitance resistance of the coil forms together with water resistance and capacitance a 2nd order filter in resonance...
matched to a lcr resonance too .... Stan used stainless steel wire and dielectric coating... (inductance capacitance resistance proprieties)


my lcr meter read now 2890 ohms on my water it don't read the capacitance but this can be calculated than the resonant frequency should be 1/RC


Thus if the capacitance was like 10nf (a big tube small gap) and resistance was 10kohm (ultra high purified water)  the frequency would be exactly 10khz


Than we just need to match with the transformer a load of for 10kohm + resistance of secondary and coils and apply the voltage thru the coils ....

He knew no one would think about that=)



You understand that now A specific size of tube and there on a certain water purity and temperature will set up the parameters of the frequency... Stan said that the frequency would change with the different contaminants on the water... there is a frequency for any water .. thats why he said that ocean water could be used ...


tap water would be already in the megahertz range depending on the tube size.. . You just need to apply dc thru the right impedance matching and create tuned resonance too


He certainly used tri distilled water on his device to achieve 10 kohm as i seem to remember he mention it on the book somewhere...


  Number of tubes in parallel even if you double the capacitance will also halve the resistance thus the frequency remain the same but the impedance change!!! So with maybe 10 tubes you could have a 1000 ohms load or so

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #290 on: September 23, 2010, 05:37:12 am »
Thats why the resistor in series on the first patents


To match the impedance (impedance bridging)


Oh boy


I just learned what damping factor is and found why he used the coils resistance


damping factor is the like opposite of quality factor


 the damping factor in audio dictates how much the back emf of the source is linked to the speaker.. And might be the same for water cause you need to allow it to oscillate... if you don't apply the right voltage with right frequency and right resonance it wont happen...




So basically the load impedance (water) must be lower than the source (vic) to allow the Q to b greater than 1


stan said 11,6 kohm per coil right? ? ? ? ?


well the answer is yes ...



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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #291 on: September 23, 2010, 15:35:04 pm »
Anyone agreeing with what i say ?