### Author Topic: VIC pictures and Don's VIC notes..  (Read 13845 times)

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« Reply #24 on: July 31, 2014, 20:21:41 pm »
you  mean 3000 each choke?

The resistor in parallel with the diode would just help throwing away power so probably is in series with the diode isn´it?

this may serve to allow the fields to collapse based on the secondary coupling rather than the primary since the primary becomes a 80resistor.  during switch off, assuming what i´m saying is correct;;

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« Reply #25 on: July 31, 2014, 21:02:13 pm »
Secondary 3000-3200 turns, wire resistance measured between 70-75 ohms between the three coils (2 chokes and secondary)

So the secondairy is ca 3000 turns and also the chokes have 3000 turns each...............
Lots of henrys....lots of resistance....

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« Reply #26 on: July 31, 2014, 21:53:23 pm »
Secondary 3000-3200 turns, wire resistance measured between 70-75 ohms between the three coils (2 chokes and secondary)

So the secondairy is ca 3000 turns and also the chokes have 3000 turns each...............
Lots of henrys....lots of resistance....

i bought half kilogram of 29 wag wire.. it has 211ohms resistance total

so you saying the resistances sums than in series right so should be a half kilogram of 29awg wire in the vic at least for the chokes and secondary,,

i just finished constructing the oscillator to find out proprieties of the water,,,

it works but i had to do a modification of the circuit i imagined... here it goes with the components,,,
again the original thread discussing it is,,,

I hope there is someone registered to the heretical builders to get the circuit from busi to compare with mine to see if its correct,,, the registration for that forum is over,,,

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« Reply #27 on: July 31, 2014, 22:19:38 pm »
when i connect the water its not able to do it.. oscillate

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« Reply #28 on: July 31, 2014, 22:49:42 pm »
Here's the resistance values that I took from the coils with a Fluke meter.
Primary-10.5 ohms
Secondary and chokes-70-75 ohms
Feedback-11.5 ohms

according to Dynodon...

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« Reply #29 on: July 31, 2014, 22:51:11 pm »
Secondary 3000-3200 turns, wire resistance measured between 70-75 ohms between the three coils (2 chokes and secondary)

So the secondairy is ca 3000 turns and also the chokes have 3000 turns each...............
Lots of henrys....lots of resistance....

i bought half kilogram of 29 wag wire.. it has 211ohms resistance total

so you saying the resistances sums than in series right so should be a half kilogram of 29awg wire in the vic at least for the chokes and secondary,,

i just finished constructing the oscillator to find out proprieties of the water,,,

it works but i had to do a modification of the circuit i imagined... here it goes with the components,,,
again the original thread discussing it is,,,

I hope there is someone registered to the heretical builders to get the circuit from busi to compare with mine to see if its correct,,, the registration for that forum is over,,,

ill guess 0.5kg of wire it is....
Ron?

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« Reply #30 on: August 01, 2014, 00:41:28 am »
The resistance for half kilogram of 29awg should be 235 ohms if we take the resistance and analyze the length of the wires we get than if we are really sure he was using 29wire only

0,268ohms/meter

so chokes has 300meters of wire

primary = 40 meters
secondary and chokes 300 meter each....

primary to secondary ratio would probably be 7,5

the waves take some time to travel along a wire,,, in this case the wire is enclosed by the core which lower the speed of the wave somehow...

so if we considere the speed of the light to be 300000000m/s than a wave would take 1/1000000 of a second to cross it and be absorbed or reflected. this i guess is full wave...