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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2009, 16:31:36 pm »
Outlaw, Thanks my friend.  You have been very helpful. Will do some more experimenting on the stator winds to see how the CT works. Very infoemative video. Thanks again.

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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #9 on: March 06, 2009, 17:11:04 pm »
What is that unrelated stuff in the video ?  Lets keep things serious , we are just talking about groundbreaking science here .

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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #10 on: March 06, 2009, 17:27:30 pm »
lol loosen up dankie.. the video got its point across and with some humor.. sure its ground breaking science but. i had to put the buzz in the mix lol. since he likes to talk shit about peoples videos. as for the drunks dont mind them.. as for pastor troy.. thats one of the realest songs you can listen to. vice versa. i cant help it he has a ninja on and is mean muggin before you hit play..

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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #11 on: March 06, 2009, 19:52:50 pm »
HERES SOME THOUGHT FOR THE BRIZANE.
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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #12 on: March 06, 2009, 22:11:01 pm »
when stan says that voltage would rise as high as the electronics would allow it to..  that's determined by more winds... the copper chokes are for potential storage and electron extraction. the emf transformer keeps displacing electron's into negative copper choke each pulse..180 in and 180 out..  i would say there are two types of current in electric... current that has a high and low forced by oscillating the electrons present.. and current during the process of separating charges. it is said you can strip all the electrons from a atom and it will still hold its structure.. but will have the positive charge of the mass protons. a emf transformer current in secondary  is depending upon frequency applied.. higher frequency's make higher current. so when alternator speeds up in rpm's its going into higher frequency's for instance a 6 pole alternator puts out 3 oscillations in 1 full rotation so 1200 rpm divded by 60 seconds equals 20rev per second times 3 oscillations per rotation is 60 hertz.. the vic sync pulse is frequency multiplier. it will make 1200 rpm 120 hertz per phase.  so we can say vic sync pulsing circuit output at 5000 rpm is 500 hertz..  so you can see theres a hertz variable  involved with rpms..  i would be inclined to say that when you gate a signal into primary and cut it off.. the pulse echo's in a resonant action between primary and secondary.since every time the positve ss choke trys to reverse flow and allow positve charge into primary it is creating emf  since the curent has no choice but to cross the primary to ground. and corecting its self. or at least slowing down the discharge of the potential.

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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #13 on: March 06, 2009, 22:21:58 pm »
when stan says that voltage would rise as high as the electronics would allow it to..  that's determined by more winds... the copper chokes are for potential storage and electron extraction. the emf transformer keeps displacing electron's into negative copper choke each pulse..180 in and 180 out..  i would say there are two types of current in electric... current that has a high and low forced by oscillating the electrons present.. and current during the process of separating charges. it is said you can strip all the electrons from a atom and it will still hold its structure.. but will have the positive charge of the mass protons. a emf transformer current in secondary  is depending upon frequency applied.. higher frequency's make higher current. so when alternator speeds up in rpm's its going into higher frequency's for instance a 6 pole alternator puts out 3 oscillations in 1 full rotation so 1200 rpm divded by 60 seconds equals 20rev per second times 3 oscillations per rotation is 60 hertz.. the vic sync pulse is frequency multiplier. it will make 1200 rpm 120 hertz per phase.  so we can say vic sync pulsing circuit output at 5000 rpm is 500 hertz..  so you can see theres a hertz variable  involved with rpms..  i would be inclined to say that when you gate a signal into primary and cut it off.. the pulse echo's in a resonant action between primary and secondary.since every time the positve ss choke trys to reverse flow and allow positve charge into primary it is creating emf  since the curent has no choice but to cross the primary to ground. and corecting its self. or at least slowing down the discharge of the potential.

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I'm not sure I fully understand but its interresting , trying to wrap my mind around all this .

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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #14 on: March 07, 2009, 00:09:54 am »
dankie dont let this confuse you with 6-1.. 6-1 is different since it shares primary on same core..  6-1 secondary's are isolated electrically  from primary since its on the same core it has mutual inductance and reactance. i think 6-1 stores a negative charge(more electrons) on one half of the secondary while the positive remains short of electrons.. having positve charge..   i suggest maybe winding one like my 6-1 sync pulse schematic..


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Re: alternator vic voltage burst sync pulse
« Reply #15 on: March 07, 2009, 19:04:15 pm »
question to all.. you know when your in a auditorium and the speaker gets on the mic.. you start hearing a echo which keeps mulipying in intensity? until it is a a constant screech that can only be stopped  by turning down mic sensitivity or the volume of the speaker..  you should be able to do that with the alternator right? since its main driving force for frequency isnt by current but by rotational speed of the poles.



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