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Re: inductive behavior
« Reply #24 on: June 07, 2016, 08:30:18 am »
thanks Kevin. Nice spinning magnet with electrolysis  :)

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Re: inductive behavior
« Reply #25 on: June 08, 2016, 10:50:28 am »
If we discharge a high voltage capacitor in this cell with 2 ohms a high current would result


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Re: inductive behavior
« Reply #26 on: June 09, 2016, 02:32:19 am »
If we discharge a high voltage capacitor in this cell with 2 ohms a high current would result

Is it possible to control the current with a dimmer light?

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Re: inductive behavior
« Reply #27 on: June 09, 2016, 10:04:13 am »
a high voltage capacitive discharge would destroy an electronic dimer

if a pure capacitive discharge is allowed the current is only limited by ohms law... the instant current is V/R

i´m still concerned about the electric fields meyer talks about..

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Re: inductive behavior
« Reply #28 on: June 09, 2016, 12:22:54 pm »
Ten 4 on the dimmer not a good idea....thinking out loud 8)
Im hoping there's a way to use that current some kinda clever way....magnetically....Meyers was allways refering to restricting the amps ,more less allways saying thats what allowed the voltage to take over,may be a way to figure out how to restrict THAT current now that you actually have some current to restrict.? Idk, just thinking.It would seem if the polarization effect is correct how could any current flow?
What im working on right now (not Meyer's ) is a horseshoe electromagnet to store that current ,maybe rectify the back emf for the hv source from the windings of the horseshoe magnet.My little mini Herman cell electrodes attatched to each pole of the horsehoe.The effect Im after I think is related to Stans....Herman described his waveform as " in between a sawtooth and square BOX " indicating a blanced system ,same as Stans in a way.
I think a part we are missing with Meyer's and Herman is what ever it is that made the ribbon in Stans as his brother said it between the plates. ..I don't have his (Steves) interviews memorized but he said you could see it between Stans variable plate demo.Don fired it up but it didn't have that effect,it was missing something...like half of it.Nobody has demonstrated that part effectively have they?People can say what they want but like with Hermans...until somebody can demonstrate what should be a basic working principal of both systems success is just a double 4 letter word.
And the tornado with Hermans if the plates were to close.We all know the field lines are more less in a straight line between the plates with DC.We also know the vortex (tornado)happens when DC is applied to a magnet... there is a superposition we are missing.... something is missing and Herman said if you want to make it fast that part has to be right.I cant find anybody able to demonstrate a vortex or tornadoe or ribbon or what ever it is without using a magnet.Herman said you turn them(electrodes) into magnet and if they are to close.... vortex and nothing happens.(no gas)
Id deffinately be concerned with those electric fields too...i blew my Herman cell up one time....
my cell dont have any water above the electrodes like yours im guessing yours does.
SORRY FOR THE RANT but THANKS TOO :0)

Are you concerned about blowing it up?
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