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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #24 on: July 26, 2014, 15:41:32 pm »
I for one am not telling anyone to stop doing anything at all. I encourage everyone to keep doing what they are doing. Just look at things in a different way that's all. I am not asking anyone to follow my work, and really care less if they do. But It will be out there soon for anyone that wants to know how to get there cells working. If they don't want the information they have a choice in not looking for it. George you have the same choice as well. Not here to force anything on anyone. Take care George and have a great day.
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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #25 on: July 26, 2014, 17:25:22 pm »
Thanks for backup Ronnie!Now you believe me Seb?i think i was not waisting anybodys precious time after all....

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #26 on: July 26, 2014, 18:20:11 pm »
Well thanks a lot R.Walker I´m pretty happy to see your position.

I´m working exactly on those concepts like resonant charging and pulse forming networks... but very hard time =)

I wish you luck and hope to see what you indicated to see in the photos... 

Adys i´m a believer, i just crossed too many people that were not understanding what they were doing.... thats  why i was asking...

Wish i could help somehow. if i can tell me how.

Best Regards

Fabio







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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #27 on: July 26, 2014, 18:26:56 pm »
Well thanks a lot R.Walker I´m pretty happy to see your position.

I´m working exactly on those concepts like resonant charging and pulse forming networks... but very hard time =)

I wish you luck and hope to see what you indicated to see in the photos... 

Adys i´m a believer, i just crossed too many people that were not understanding what they were doing.... thats  why i was asking...

Wish i could help somehow. if i can tell me how.

Best Regards

Fabio

Thanks for the coming out, R Walker ;-)
I think Fabio explained my feelings as well here.
We seen so many people telling they solved Meyers techno.
Is it possible for you to share some production numbers?
This because thats the main thing, is it.
Is your system more effective then electrysis?

Steve

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #28 on: July 26, 2014, 21:16:06 pm »
In the notes of Don, you can see that all coils are wounded and pointed in the same direction.
However...
The secondairy is hooked up to the chokes from south till south and north to north...
The 3 coils are not enhancing eachother, but are working counterparting...
Thats interesting...


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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #29 on: July 27, 2014, 04:11:28 am »
@adys

I'm sure you didn't mean to offend but I'd like to clarify something.  You implied in an earlier post that basically we're here randomly winding wires and have no clue.  Although I am not an expert in the field, I have done a lot of study and learned a great deal about electronic "calculations" and equations for this project.  I am not a wealthy man and cannot waste money on resources to randomly hope that my efforts will result in fruition.   Although I am not personally offended by your comment, I did find your comment offensive to those of us who have spent a lot of time studying and trying to understand and replicate the application of the knowledge in the patents provided by Stan Meyer.  A lot of information is provided but obviously the correct application is not so obvious.   Otherwise it would have been replicated a long time ago.   We have all been having to rediscover the process that Meyers applied.

I do appreciate your correcting information and would love to see the applied knowledge as proof.  Until I see the proof however and am provided with the details to replicate it, the only other option is to continue with the knowledge I currently have until I am shown with evidence otherwise or until I discover evidence to the contrary.

I have no intention to offend or make presumptions in my response to you.  But as seb and Steve pointed out, there are a lot of people who have claimed to be able to explain Meyeres process but didn't get anywhere.

The proof is in the pudding as the saying goes.

TS

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #30 on: July 27, 2014, 07:20:23 am »
I´m sure he didm´t wanted to be bad with that comments..

I was looking for a good resource for pulse transformers info and i found this https://www.jlab.org/ir/MITSeries/V5.PDF


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulse_forming_network

http://www3.alcatel-lucent.com/bstj/vol09-1930/articles/bstj9-4-794.pdf

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Equivalent_impedance_transforms


Yes Steve

From all i ever found from stan work is that those coils are actually canceling each other out... not totally but partially...

Why?

don´t know yet

but i´m sure that with the original dealership design parameters the things gets easier... =)

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Re: Theory - Low RMS Voltage Across WFC Required
« Reply #31 on: July 27, 2014, 08:00:53 am »
did you mean to look the pictures

I see the diode maybe is connected to the case so its grounded?