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« Reply #104 on: February 07, 2012, 21:42:26 pm »
Looking into the "Resonant Action" process gives me the conclusion we are missing a part of the electronic circuit where SM could adjust the voltage amplitude.

If you look at the attachment we see Fig.16 voltage (Va) "Low gas-yield" voltage amplitude above (0V) and is variable to (Vn) "High gas-yield".

"Simply moving liberated atoms back and forth uniformly through the electrical polarization process in a repetitive manner establishes Resonant Action within the Fuel Cell".

This is only when there is a (maintaining electrostatic field) voltage (PULSE to restrict current) to maintain the polarization process.

If we simply adjust the voltage amplitude to the Transistor it gives Fig.9A (PULSE)
Fig.9B is the (GATE) for Resonant Action and should be multiplexed on Fig.9A (PULSE) to finally get Fig.16.

We now use the (official) circuit replicated from the photos from (Dynodon). This signal coming from this circuit is not the Fig.16 signal!
We all use (PULSE) Fig.91 and this is gated to 0V!

The transistor should have an voltage offset signal,

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« Reply #105 on: February 10, 2012, 22:24:02 pm »
"The lower level amplitude Va is not 0V the zero level; the amplitude level Va is sufficient to maintain resonance with a matched repetition rate of the duty cycle pulses."

PULSE (Va >>0V) generates the voltage for VIC coils resonance (frequency). This applies on the used core material and coils, we want to maintain oscillating electrostatic field. Duty cycle is 50%.

"The duty cycle pulse being variable in pulse repetition rate to match the distance in wavelength of the spacing of the plate exciters 86 and 87."

"...and means for varying the amplitude of said duty cycle pulses to a minimum level to maintain resonance between said pair of plate exciters; and means for varying the repetition frequency of said unipolar d.c. voltage pulses to vary the rate of generation of gases.

GATE duty cycle generates "Resonant Action" between the exciters and adjustable voltage amplitude in the GATE duty cycle vary the rate of generation of gases. ""Low gas-yield" Va..Vn "High gas-yield".

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« Reply #106 on: February 11, 2012, 02:49:32 am »
That is interesting about the gating and the resonant frequency.
What document is that from?

There is a difference between the resonance of an actual resonant cavity and the resonance of the cavities which Meyer worked with.

For instance, Meyer's resonant cavity tubes have a gap of 1/8", this correlates to a resonant frequency of around 24GHz.

What one discovers when they study resonant cavities is that the addition of a dielectric material between the walls of the cavity will reduce the resonant frequency of the cavity. This is known as dielectric loading, also, cavities which incorporate dielectrics are known as dielectric resonators.

There is a lot more study to do on such topics before they can be understood in relation to Meyers resonat cavities, but I think that is what were looking at.

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« Reply #107 on: February 11, 2012, 03:36:00 am »
I like the conversation, I just want to remind everyone that the coils have a large capacitance that will really have a large effect on the circuit. The addition of the water cap shouldn't have a huge effect.

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« Reply #108 on: February 11, 2012, 12:21:37 pm »
That is interesting about the gating and the resonant frequency.
What document is that from?

There is a difference between the resonance of an actual resonant cavity and the resonance of the cavities which Meyer worked with.

For instance, Meyer's resonant cavity tubes have a gap of 1/8", this correlates to a resonant frequency of around 24GHz.

What one discovers when they study resonant cavities is that the addition of a dielectric material between the walls of the cavity will reduce the resonant frequency of the cavity. This is known as dielectric loading, also, cavities which incorporate dielectrics are known as dielectric resonators.

There is a lot more study to do on such topics before they can be understood in relation to Meyers resonat cavities, but I think that is what were looking at.
Yes, we have two kinds of resonance;  resonant motion of hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the water molecule;  coils (chokes) resonance.

I like the conversation, I just want to remind everyone that the coils have a large capacitance that will really have a large effect on the circuit. The addition of the water cap shouldn't have a huge effect.
The water capacitor should not have much effect on the resonance of the coils due the high inductance and high capacitance of the coils.
It's purpose is to create a oscillating high voltage electrostatic field at the exciter plates. This is the coils resonant frequency.

Then gating frequency (duty cycle) is used to create a stress field what resonates with the motion of hydrogen and oxygen atoms of the water molecule. This is what Keely and Puharich talk about by disrupting the balance of the molecules between 360..720Hz.

NOTE. The voltage amplitude level between the gate duty cycle above the maintained voltage amplitude Vn adjust the Low gas-yield to High gas-yield. Thus the rate of gas production. The disrupting electrostatic field is intensified and stresses the balance of the electrons and protons and the orbits are elongated on top of that; the free floating electrons from disrupted molecules intensifies the electrostatic fields. (VIC function)
If there is no electrical polarization (the molecules are lined-up) (current limit) before the disruption can occur; the electrons and protons leak outside the water capacitor through the chokes, that's why the chokes (limit current) are on resonance and work as a electron valve. Once the valves are closed and the disrupting electrostatic field takes place than the molecules can be stressed (are charged) enough etc.

In my opinion, it is not the physical resonance of the exciter plates, in the GHz frequency range, that disrupts the water molecules.

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##### Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #109 on: February 12, 2012, 13:45:55 pm »
John Worrell Keely-dale pond pt1 of pt18 end
list=UUun4GbKWi2lHzxvzzqtCEQw&index=92&feature=plpp_video

John Worrell Keely-dale pond pt5
(frequencies and harmonics of matter)

John Worrell Keely-dale pond pt6
(harmonic tone and enharmonic tone dissociation or disruption of molecules)

http://www.ionizationx.com/index.php/topic,2121.msg22253.html#msg22253

Vibrations that Split Molecules produce Energy
http://www.artofhacking.com/IET/NEWTECH/live/aoh_puha1.htm

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##### Re: Resonance WFC
« Reply #110 on: February 26, 2012, 15:24:36 pm »
Hi,

Since the "Steam resonator" works like a "normal" VIC circuit, except it DUAL (at the same time) swings(flips) voltage polarity between the exciters and has also current limiting circuit.

Looking at the "Dual Switchover Circuit" for the "Steam Resonator WFC 427 DA" I noticed a DIODE placed over the SECONDARY COIL.

SM talks about PULSING TRANSFORMER, why did he put this in the figure 1-2?
Could this be the part that creates UNIPOLAR PULSES used for the Resonant Charging Chokes?

Just an idea.

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