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Stanley A Meyer Q&A April 2021
« on: April 22, 2021, 01:54:23 am »
Q1 by blueteam4--  What does" durshflussgerate" mean? I saw it on a video about EPGs by securesupplies
A1  Google translate(r)  renders it in English as FLOWMETER,  The German abbreviation is MID

Q2 by blueteam4-- Does  that mean it is moving the  liquid in the pipe?
A2 No, the MID is sensing or measuring the movement, not causing it? To confirm LisaAIMITver12  confirmed the device ID
      and its purpose

Q3 by greenteam3--What is the purpose of insulation on the multitier or stacked EPGs?

A3 Well, let's first talk about electrical insulation or coating on the pickup coil(s).. The wire used in the original
      multi-tier devices was off-the-shelf lacquer coated wire. The insulation needed to withstand any heating
      caused by resistance  Secondly the  insulation of the wire needed to be able to withstand the voltages produced without
      breakdown or dielectric failure,

      In terms of thermal  insulation, you do not want to retard heat losses by encasing the pickup coils. If anything one
      wants to lose heat, not trap it.
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Re: Stanley A Meyer Q&A April 2021
« Reply #1 on: April 26, 2021, 08:29:35 am »
What effect does thickness of the inductors coating have on paraistic capacity...self resonance and its ability to behave as a capacitor having a steady inductance value ...would that be beneficial to know or expeiriment with?
Or would the inductors capacity value at those frequency be of no use?
Its been a long day not thinking clearly.
What benefit would an inductor (coil of wire ) have behaving like a capacitor ( no magnetic field) ?

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Re: Stanley A Meyer Q&A April 2021
« Reply #2 on: April 26, 2021, 18:53:33 pm »
A for Ks and greenteam3

Well first in terms of greenteam3, we're not talking about thermal insulation. The video clip that was posted with the multi-tier EPG being tested, is of poor quality and what might
be interpreted as insulation is actually a reflection of an aluminium cross brace. along with banding and pixilation.  In all the videos of the multitier EPGs, the only insulation that
i have seen is the  electrical insulation on the pickup coils.  It is a nice color match to varnished or lacquered copper wire..

As insulation thickness increases there are several negative effects upon the inductor. The greater thickness, increases the distance between adjacent turns leading to
a lower turn count per linear inch of core. Secondly, , there would be a greater distance between the center of the winding wire from the center of the core carrying
the magnetic slurry/gas. In inductors with multiple layers that would be more of an effect.

Tony over at Globalkast.con would be a good resource person  to ask those more technical questions. He is certainly more knowledgeable on those topics then I