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NEW RESONANCE CIRCUIT

**Steve**:

Hi,

If resonance was involved in the Stan Meyer setups, it should have looked like this.

(Thanks to Richy Burnett, http://www.richieburnett.co.uk/dcreschg.html )

The tank circuit is charging the capacitor to twice the voltage as the powersupply is providing.

Then you close the circuit to discharge the cap into the wfc.

Maybe the circuit needs the be cut off from the powersupply when the switch is on to the WFC......any thought from you outhere?

Hopes this helps

br

steve

**hydropower**:

Damn...we should have known that one tonight if i hadnt burnt a transistor :D

Hydropower

**Steve**:

Hi,

The idea on this circuit is: AMPS

Almost no amps for charging, but lots of amps from DISCHARGING

Example:

I charge a cap to 600V. (I use a 300V powersupply and the circuit uses resonance to get it up to 600V)

The resistance of the WFC tubecell of my has a resistance of less then 1 ohm.....

For calculation, lets take 1 ohm as a number.

When i discharge a 600V cap with a 1 ohm resistor, how much amps do you think will flow?

Yes, 600 amps for a brief moment.....

Does that make you all think?

br

Steve

**hydropower**:

It is very interesting...thank you stevie1001

Hydropower

**Fiditti**:

Thanks Stevie,

Very exciting circuit indeed. Those are some high amps. The potential for very high gas output is possible with this setup.

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