### Author Topic: Theory - Coil Calculations to Restrict Amps (CONFIRMED)  (Read 25784 times)

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« Reply #48 on: December 31, 2012, 22:08:23 pm »
oh ok...there really isn't much difference between that circuit and the 9XA Circuit that I sell on my website.
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« Reply #49 on: December 31, 2012, 22:56:33 pm »
meyer words are:

"When a charge is applied to a capacitor, the electrical charge of the capacitor equals the applied voltage charge; in a water capacitor, the dielectric property of water resists the flow of amps in the circuit, and the water molecule itself, because it has polarity fields formied by the relationshop of hydrogen and oxygen in the covalent bond, and an intrinsic dieletric property, becomes part of the electrical circuit, analogous to a "microcapacitor" within the capacitor defined by the plates"

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« Reply #50 on: January 01, 2013, 02:52:35 am »
meyer words are:

"When a charge is applied to a capacitor, the electrical charge of the capacitor equals the applied voltage charge; in a water capacitor, the dielectric property of water resists the flow of amps in the circuit, and the water molecule itself, because it has polarity fields formied by the relationshop of hydrogen and oxygen in the covalent bond, and an intrinsic dieletric property, becomes part of the electrical circuit, analogous to a "microcapacitor" within the capacitor defined by the plates"

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« Reply #51 on: January 01, 2013, 22:33:51 pm »
Guys one of the diferences between the 8xa and the latest  5 coil vic, i noticed and you saw it too,is that in the 8xa the pulsing was done after the VIC(variac)and on the 5coil vic the pulsing was done on the primary side.Now i think why in the demo cell there is not a voltage drop ,but when you hook up the cell and in the 5coil vic you end up with 2v with cell atached.I think in the 8xa setup the variac has the power and suplying the amps needed to mentain voltage up and overcome the resistance of water and the 5coil vic was pulsed with 3amps on the primary and like timeshell said on the begining of the thread 1:30 =0.1 amps at the cell ...so no amps to sustain that voltage,Stan said in one of his videos that  even NASA guys were not knowing how to generate HV and restr amps in a dead short contition.

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« Reply #52 on: January 02, 2013, 03:32:34 am »
I'm sure most of you know that the 8XA Circuit it just a simplified version of the 5 VIC Transformer. The 8XA's Variac acts as the secondary of the 5 VIC Transformer. I have attached a image that shows how the 8XA represents the 5 VIC Transformer.

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« Reply #53 on: January 02, 2013, 05:44:05 am »
I'm sure most of you know that the 8XA Circuit it just a simplified version of the 5 VIC Transformer. The 8XA's Variac acts as the secondary of the 5 VIC Transformer. I have attached a image that shows how the 8XA represents the 5 VIC Transformer.

Since the variac is the secondary it is kind of like a variable coil right? When you adjust the voltage you adjust the inductance.

Is it possible that the parallel resonance you have described  is the self resonance of the coils?

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« Reply #54 on: January 02, 2013, 12:29:47 pm »
Hi Tony I would like to replicate this HV accross the cell experiment. Can you give more details on the chokes used:
Are they bifilar wound? and in that case you just unwound some turns from one end to obtain different values?
what core were you using?
what gauge of wire?

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« Reply #55 on: January 02, 2013, 12:58:26 pm »
I'm sure most of you know that the 8XA Circuit it just a simplified version of the 5 VIC Transformer. The 8XA's Variac acts as the secondary of the 5 VIC Transformer. I have attached a image that shows how the 8XA represents the 5 VIC Transformer.
Exactly Tony,and the is one more diference(i know you know it)that the variac AC is fully rectified(120Hz)fixed freq.Tony do you think the 120hz sine wave is contributing to the process?in your video i saw a sort of 120hz sine wave chooped by the pulser higher freq,and in the scope shots from  Stan's estate the same.