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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #152 on: March 26, 2009, 20:21:25 pm »
becuase if we are to push 40 watts through a vic coil....then 40 watts of energy has to be pulled through our signal generating system....a signal generator is only a reference signal.......a pulse width modulator is not only the generator but can handle 40 watts going through it......you connect your pwm up to a battery and the coil to the pwm......when the coil says i need 3.3 amps then the 3.3 amps are pulled from the battery and through the pwm as it pulses it.......a signal generator is different.

this is why i would just put an amplifier in front of the signal generator......so we connect our signal generator to it's standard ac source (inverter connected to a battery) then drive that signal into an amplifier which sucks power from a battery source.....so the amperage is sucked from the battery directly to the amplifier leaving the reference signal in a safe region.....if you try to pull 40 watts through a signal generator it will gladly blow the fuse..........and another good thing is since we can control the amplitude of the waveform with the signal generator we can also directly control output production.....it is also controlable through frequency (more pulse hits) and gating.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #153 on: March 26, 2009, 20:24:01 pm »
becuase if we are to push 40 watts through a vic coil....then 40 watts of energy has to be pulled through our signal generating system....a signal generator is only a reference signal.......a pulse width modulator is not only the generator but can handle 40 watts going through it......you connect your pwm up to a battery and the coil to the pwm......when the coil says i need 3.3 amps then the 3.3 amps are pulled from the battery and through the pwm as it pulses it.......a signal generator is different.

this is why i would just put an amplifier in front of the signal generator......so we connect our signal generator to it's standard ac source (inverter connected to a battery) then drive that signal into an amplifier which sucks power from a battery source.....so the amperage is sucked from the battery directly to the amplifier leaving the reference signal in a safe region.....if you try to pull 40 watts through a signal generator it will gladly blow the fuse..........and another good thing is since we can control the amplitude of the waveform with the signal generator we can also directly control output production.....it is also controlable through frequency (more pulse hits) and gating.

A signal Generator can activate a transistor .

When signal generator = on time , transistor = on time .


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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #154 on: March 26, 2009, 21:20:55 pm »
yes but for the beginning stages of development (beginning meaning i am using just a single 3 inch vic tube and a viccoil and nothing more) i want to try all combinations possible.....high input POWER.......then a high VOLTAGE input.......and compare it to winds per coil and low power high pulse rates.....i want to get a feel for everything going on......and i can pay 170 dollars for an amplifier to do this.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #155 on: March 26, 2009, 21:41:10 pm »
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So what is happening to the current phase on both sides , plz tell me .

We know the voltage phase is equal in magnitude and in time , both cancel eachother .

But what about the current phase ?

the potentials are 180 out from a 2-d perspective when it comes to there charge potential's  when those 2-d planes face each other with a gap even though there 180 out from each other there spirals are spinning in the same direction. but even though they are spiraling in the same direction  on of thes spirals is putting off a force one way, while the other is putting of a force the other way.... when stan says water is the resistance in the system it really is.. cause since the displaced potentials on the core are happy next to each other in the wire they dont want to cross. normal electrolysis is forcing electrons to cross the water in a unbalanced way..  your vacuum force is not of the same potential??? it is mainly the pumping of electrons from ground to positve.. its like the clock observation i was givinng..  its 12 oclock, one hand is holes(light) the other is electrons when theres a current of electrons holes are going the other way on a 1-1 ratio.. but there pressures can vary.. a balance of vacuum and a balance of pressure.. they are sitting in 2 seperate tanks next to each other ones -1000psi the other is +1000psi these tank are 500 gallons a peice there is a 2 inch pipe connecting these tanks with a valve.. now open the valve.. what will happen??? will the +1000 create a blunt force one direction flow of air into the vacuum?? or will the -1000 psi have just as much attraction for to balance it is is forcing vacuum into the + tank? i would say one is forcing vacuum while the other is focing pressure causeing thr vortex of exchange.


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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #156 on: April 03, 2009, 03:48:34 am »
i need some one; anyone who can create a derlin bobbin core for me.

i do not have the machines to do it and need one created as soon as possible.

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #157 on: April 03, 2009, 04:29:28 am »
We should ask the expert , DonaldWFC

Donals , I'm ready to pay you to do my bobbins , lets do this .

Lay out your prices for everybody to see , I wanna get working on this shit .

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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #158 on: April 03, 2009, 05:19:55 am »
Cost depends pretty much entirely on how many I make, the more I make the cheaper they are, Ideally I would want to make a large batch of at least 25-30, I need more people to speak up and show me the demand before I can make large orders of materials.

Here is an outline of the process, just so you know what is involved

Small Bobbin
-Face end
-Drill 3/4" hole in center
-Turn down outside diameter
-Turn down diameter for primary
-Cut 14 grooves
-Cut to length
-Face end
-Mill grove across webs
-Drill holes in ends for wires
-Cut square hole with 3/4" broach

Large Bobbin
-Face end
-Drill large hole in center
-Cut seat for small bobbin
-Turn down outside diameter
-Cut 14 grooves
-Cut to length
-Face end
-Mill grove across webs
-Drill holes in ends for wires

Core
-Cut 3.5"x3.75" rectangles
-Punch out two 1"x3" rectangles
-Drill holes in corners
-Cut 0.375"x3.5" rectangles
-Drill holes in corners
-Repeat 75x per core

Wiring
-Mount SS wire on two spools
-Wire chokes bifilar, counting turns, 14 sections
-Feed wires through holes
-Wrap chokes with paper/insulator
-Wrap primary, counting turns
-Feed Wires thought holes
-Wire secondary, counting turns, 14 sections
-Wrap secondary with paper/insulator

Assembling
-Assemble bobbins, connect wires
-Stack core, bolt together
-Wire in diode


as you can see, breaking it into steps, there are a lot of tools to change in the machines, and getting everything set up, if I am making a large batch I can save a lot of time setting up the machines for each part of the process, also materials are cheaper in larger orders.

As for how much it costs, I'll let you guys make some guesses first, I haven't done all the math yet.




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Re: unipolar pulse trains
« Reply #159 on: April 03, 2009, 20:26:26 pm »
Wake the fukk up people . Donald asked a question .

Who needs bobbins ?

Theres  about 20 Members I love , they contribute as best they can  , theres 180 I dont know whay the *  they are here , speak out .