Author Topic: Stanley A Meyer Multi Tier EPG and BiToroidal Transformers by Thane Hein  (Read 195 times)

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For those familiar with the line drawing of the 6 tier 3 phase EPG a modification to a 2 tier 1 phase device
shows some similarities to the BiToroidal Transformer systems of Thane Hein.

The windings of the toroidal tiers are  joined electrically and are functioning as the 2 secondary  windings in Thane Hein's transformer
The windings of the  Polynoid(r) type magnetic pumps are analogous to the  central primary winding in the BiTT devices
The connecting tubing containing the  mag gas or ferrofluid is analogous to the extra shunt bar that Thane uses to reduce Lenz effects
The path of the MagGas or Ferrofluid is analogous to the solid ferromagnetic materials such as laminated ferro silicate plates or molded ferro ceramic cores in the BiTT technology

In terms of EPG design , an increase in the diameter of the inter tier connector tubing or possibly a larger solid  electromagnetic shunt that
is in contact with the moving magnetic material and joins the two tiers electromagnetically might be preferable. This would make it more similar to
the BITT technology  which functions as a magnetic diode    It may be that by blocking BEMF and reducing Lenz effects that Thane is
producing high levels of efficiency. It has been reported that the COP was about 3 for some of the EPG systems...

blueteam kudos   thanks for the date of the Meyer-Golding interview  I  did not have it down as one of the confirmed  Deercreek Seminar dates.

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi Tier EPG and BiToroidal Transformers by Thane Hein
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2021, 11:45:22 am »
Hi Jim,

What if we just use the hho gas pressure to shoot a magnet thru coils? In a circle, or so.
Or drive some sort of  airclosed windturbine.........

Should work, ill gues...

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Multi Tier EPG and BiToroidal Transformers by Thane Hein
« Reply #2 on: October 12, 2021, 19:54:36 pm »
In the BiTT technology, an additional larger magnetic  flux shunt bridges the  ends of the two secondary coils.  This provides an easier  path for the  magnetic
flux to travel than the smaller bridges at the top an bottom o the two secondary coils.. Because of the magnetic orientation
 of the two secondary pick up coils , the bridge is functioning a a magnetic diode, reducing back EMF (BEMF) and the resulting opposing Lenz forces

In a similar fashion the magnetic pathways connecting  two toroidal coils in a multiple tier EPG (2 spiralled coils) are of unequal sizes or cross section
and serve the same purpose