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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #184 on: April 05, 2009, 16:17:04 pm »
Yes, and because the 0V isn't connected to the primary ground, equal and opposite voltages occur (EBP).
Or do equal and opposites only occur when the exact center of the secondary coil is zero referenced? (amp inhibitor coil of fig 8-10 860)

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #185 on: April 05, 2009, 16:21:20 pm »
the first picture shows *two* chokes bifilar wound *together*

the second picture shows *one* choke bifilar wound *alone*

I wonder why nobody has ever considered *two* chokes bifilar wound *alone* and right beside each other

this would mean you wind 4 SS wires onto the choke bobbin at the same time, and individually connect each choke like it is in the second picture

maybe you don't need to do it this way, but i wont be surprised if you do, and it's the last trick to getting it to work

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #186 on: April 05, 2009, 16:41:45 pm »
According to Memo 426, 7-14 the exact center of the secondary coil being zero referenced is not mentioned to achive EBP

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Magnetic Field Coupling entering into and passing through Secondary Coil-winding causes and produces copper ions when moving external electromagnetic field strength is sufficient enough to dislodge electromagnetically charged electrons from copper atoms making up copper wire material. Collectively, the resultant positive electrical charged copper ions added together produces Positive Voltage
Potential being electrically applied to choke-coil; whereas, the "Liberated" negative electrical charged electrons added together provides Negative Voltage to the opposite end of Secondary Wire being electrically connected to choke coil. Once Secondary Coil-winding is de-energized by the removal, the dislodged electrons return to positive charged copper ions terminating and switching off opposite voltage potential when positive electrical state of the copper atoms changes back to net electrical charge of zero. Sustaining and maintaining the resultant induced Voltage Potential without "Electron Discharged" through Choke Coil while, at the same time, inhibiting any additional or other electrons from entering into Secondary copper wire-zone by way of Choke Coil is herein called "Electron Bounce Phenomenon" (EbP).

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #187 on: April 05, 2009, 16:42:13 pm »
@donald
I disagree, the first and second picture are exactly the same, except for the wfc, which is connected where the two wires are interconnected on the second pic (and pancake setup).

2 bifilars will give you even more voltage, outlaw showed such a setup as interpretation of meyer on later pages.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #188 on: April 05, 2009, 17:00:33 pm »
I'm not saying that first picture is the wrong way to do it, i'm saying it's really only one bifiar choke with a wfc in the middle. maybe that is the right way to do it

or maybe this is the right way to do it

and i'll be sure to try both ways.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #189 on: April 05, 2009, 18:23:01 pm »
Now I see, misunderstanding from my side.

I did consider before 2 separate vic's interconnected, somehow, one for positive, one for negative.
2 bifilars like you said, on a single core, even better, with only one transformer of which the secondary is a dual bifilar like 8-10.
or 2 bifilars like hdemartin's, with a floating wire, for each side one floating wire.

but first we (john  :P ) must confirm the basics :)

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #190 on: April 05, 2009, 18:30:37 pm »
Its incredibly confusing to know wich connection is is the one , maybe both lol ...

reason 1: figure 7-1 shows north on opposite sides , just like Outlaw's
reason 2: one time stan calls for a coil thats electro-magnetically oriented in the same direction , like john .
reason 3: he shows a bifilar like Outlaw's in most of his drawings  ( 2 wires from the same end of the core going to cell )




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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #191 on: April 05, 2009, 19:20:32 pm »
So CruxWFC said that if the impedance and resistance is allowed to go higher you get efficiency and voltage goes to maximum .

What happens when our resistance and impedance is MUCH MUCH higher ??