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Re: Waterfuelcell resonance action discoverd
« Reply #24 on: September 13, 2009, 18:30:08 pm »
This is simply Stevie's transistor not working right .


Stevie , that picture you showed is a classic curve , I can show you the same exact curve with this 2n4401 ,  nothing but a saturated transistor that has problems getting unsaturated .  Your transistor is probably dissipating that missing power . This is due to excessive base current and too large a storage time . That is why we use High-power MOSFETS for pulsing applications , not transistors .

Nothing special here Stevie ... Anybody who played with transistors in his lifetime saw that curve before  .

http://home.mira.net/~gnb/audio/bakerclamp.html

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Re: Waterfuelcell resonance action discoverd
« Reply #25 on: September 13, 2009, 18:50:03 pm »
This is simply Stevie's transistor not working right .


Stevie , that picture you showed is a classic curve , I can show you the same exact curve with this 2n4401 ,  nothing but a saturated transistor that has problems getting unsaturated .  Your transistor is probably dissipating that missing power . This is due to excessive base current and too large a storage time . That is why we use High-power MOSFETS for pulsing applications , not transistors .

Nothing special here Stevie ... Anybody who played with transistors in his lifetime saw that curve before  .

http://home.mira.net/~gnb/audio/bakerclamp.html

Second picture is just for fun, if thats the pci you refering too.

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Re: Waterfuelcell resonance action discoverd
« Reply #26 on: September 13, 2009, 19:44:57 pm »
They say that the tubes are having a magnetic field.
Am i right?
So, if there is a current in the tubes that creates a magnetic field, then the magnetic field collapses like a coil, is it?

Anybody agree on this?

Steve

Yes the the SS tubes is magnetic. The more current into the cell the more magnetic the tubes become, This is why the copper wires going to your fuel cell from the alternator Jumps and dances, It is a magnetic dance. So at 30 amps the wires will be dancing pretty good with magnetics. The higher the voltage the more the electric field, The higher the amperage the more the magnetic field, High voltage has low magnetic fields and high electric fields, Low voltage has Low electric fields and very high magnetic fields.

A magnetic field has magnet Properties, It effects anything magneticaly attracted. A Voltage field is like a magnetic field, But, a voltage field can be used to attract things like Paper, where a magnetic field has no effect on paper. Getting a magnetic field along side a Electric field is somewhat difficult because it is difficult to have high voltages at very high amp flow. You can see how the 2 is different. A voltage field that effects and attracts or repels paper etc,, has an electrical Force on objects unlike the magnetic field.

It only takes 1 wire to cause an electric field, For example; A high voltage wire from a Tv coil, or high voltage coil could be used to pick up paper, Like a van de graaf.

Aluminum and copper is magneticaly attracted and repelled objects thats almost always overlooked. If you can pass current threw a object, it can be magneticaly affected.