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Re: Coils mass amps restriction and applying e fields
« Reply #64 on: September 12, 2019, 15:34:26 pm »
I ask this because somehow  dc motor is something that acts like a coil for the incoming pulse however it won't revert polarity... it works like a kind of capacitor... but a capacitor that will charge with current...

i think there's this 5 types of components and they are not exactly the same... transformers, motors, generators, coils and capacitors

a motor in parallel with the cell would give a sort of pulsing character to the dc since each time the commutator pass it will such amps... 
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some how this design makes some sense to me
« Reply #65 on: September 13, 2019, 21:57:10 pm »

look at 11:55 minutes

he seems to be energising the inner rods and have them alternate you can see the outside of the tubes generating h2 or 02 intercalated.. .very nice

there is a video i share in my facebook of a lemon battery with multiple electrodes at the same lemon that together with this video made me thought

in this cell the tubes have gases being generated on both sides but one is shield.. its inside a hollow cavity

it appears to me that we could get some strange results different than distant electrodes in water... first because between the tubes being so small makes the bubbles force a water flow and the bubbles also forms bigger bubbles automatically rising up...

i was asking my self how the capacitance would change connecting them in series in this way... like he did..

my plate cell won't have this feature because of the sizes i guess.. however should still make a good capacitance.. there seems to last still around 150cm2 of area...


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cell design progress
« Reply #66 on: September 14, 2019, 00:04:15 am »

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transistors as holes and electrons source?
« Reply #67 on: September 14, 2019, 02:18:53 am »
I was thinking about one thing... when we energise a transistor we form regions of charged particles.. like if it were an electrostatic field source...

i was wondering if putting a pnp bipolar transistor and a npn on each side of the cell could do something strange? perhaps energising each with a source ...

the pnp would forme holes and npn would create a density of electrons somehow..

tell me what you think about this ..

according to barbat patent semiconductors have low effective mass electrons that can be accelerated beyond normal electron in metals with standard mass

according to his patent the inductive field can be amplified
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crazy diode hypotesis
« Reply #68 on: September 14, 2019, 10:30:27 am »
One of my first prototypes that used capacitors and resonance had a bunch of 1n4007 diodes in parallel to be able to not burn with the current

im thinking about the numbers those days and kind of i think it could be of course because i had two different electrodes material but im starting to think that a diode PIV tells us two things

a diode works like a leaky capacitor in reverse direction

Steve asked me about the piv rating recently and it got me thinking

Hydrocars is telling now that he find that the secret is to not have the diode to conduct during pulse on


i think my resonant design back to back had some sort of merit since it made me put a bunch of diodes in parallel to think about this today!

a diode is a PN junction when its foward biased the electrons and holes get together in the band and current result , but in reversed bias the junctions may do the opposite forming some (my guess) kind of electrostatic charge!

this will create an electrostatic charge that is going to be able to force the molecules because the law of attraction 

What a hell of dozens of possibilities

stan used big diodes with screw configuration... one of the first diodes i got when i was in italy.. it was bit expensive but it broken rapidly/.. today i would not be able to get many of it here in brazil i may not even find it ..

the amperage of the diode tells how may electrons will be available or how much electrostatic charge is there...

could it be that simply stan used a dc source with a bunch of reversed bias diodes in series across the cell?

let me know what you think about it! i have so many ideas i need to test them all

i would like to get a buch of capacitors to be able to do some tests on resonance, here in brazil they cost tooooooo much so for now i will not be able to get them...

i would like to have some of those cornel capacitors... perhaps im going to make with polyester plus oil.... at least some 4 to play with single parallel and series configuration..

anyone else wanting to see the circle on fire please donate and it will increase our knowledge at least of how to make things

i would like also to be able to buy some diodes to test with like schotty diodes and like

you could even buy it for me and send it i give you my address ... and thank in advance and thank again steve for supporting this forum and helped me so much diverse times

i guess if it was not for this forum i would not be in this game yet.. but after many years here we are together and still talking about it even if it make it worst to live without it =D

 i guess you are about to see many things getting build!

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My theory on the epg
« Reply #69 on: September 16, 2019, 08:55:40 am »
I worked some in the epg in the past and was discussing with a friend yesterday about it

i realised one thing

in my last attempt to do it i buy small sphere balls my plans was to make therm move inside the tube but as it was sphere it would not do it

the epg design tells me today much more about how things are inside those non magnetic tubes
the epg coils seems to have around 1 inch width

if you have every try to build a generator you would know that the coils must be related to the size of the magnetic field

so actually inside the epg there must be magnetic fields opposing each other like SN NS SN NS so that it maintain a equidistant equilibrium my spheres would not do it as it would rotate

when you drop a magnet inside a copper tube it will go slow because its inducing current in opposite directions one that repel the magnet as it approach and other that attract as it goes

from the sizes of the coils we can plan how many magnets are require to accomplish the task of maintain such distances...

stan talk about slurry

i tell you one thing the only system i ever found that is able to collect energy and operate as cop greater than one is a heat pump

so my therory is the following:

1 the epg worked from temperature change caused by compression cycle somehow..

2 the epgs were not complete there was missing components like a heat exchanger and a compressor like one of refrigerator

3 there is a gas inside to increase the ability to transport the heat

4 the coils had the size smaller or equal to that of the magnets and its field

stan talk about deflection horizontally and vertically

 5 perhaps bellow those coils there is one or two coils that work as a primary coils but that cover the epg as whole or parts

this primary will work to increase and cancel the magnetic field of the magnets making them shake they will oscillate at a certain resonant frequency

i guess the pressure will interfere on the resonant frequency...

so primary will put it in resonance and secondaries will take the power out... part of the power out must be used as regenerative feedback to increase the output power.. also must be able to run the compressor and all that is needed to be autosuficient

other type use the compressor and vaccum to simply move the magnets linearly the pressure drop caused by accelerating the magnets is what converts the heat into electrical power when the gas reach the vacum side it simply arrive colder and absorb more heat from ambient...

the magnets being very close to the diameter of the tube form a kind of capilar so the magnet should not have friction...

other type use that linear accelerator

the fact that stan epg seem to have a segment on the middle intrigues me

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« Reply #70 on: September 16, 2019, 21:58:32 pm »
i figured out something i need to test

look at the drawings hope they talk for itself

but is a dual resonant circuit that make the both  cells receive full wave rectification while if coils are coupled they will resonant at a single frequency

the diodes thereto are polarised all the time and there is a short circuit created because of the polarities closing the circuit look at v2

this is pretty much like the circuit i had in my first prototype but having two coils and two capacitors seems to boost a lot the design and create this situation i just mention

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NO more WORMS 8)
« Reply #71 on: September 18, 2019, 06:36:11 am »
Everyday i feel better and it seems im back 10 years in time in terms of energy... luckily with the knowledge remain hhaha

the dual channel amplifier is going to arrive this week, and im going to make some tests with it very soon!

i plan to make tests with the water at very low voltage driving series LC being the C the water cell... than see what happens

The cell separator model is almost ready... now miss only the oring channel and outputs and inputs and than just need to make the silicone mould and cast with epoxy


how would work a voltage multiplier using water cells instead of common capacitors?

this made me really wonder...

also i have some lead batteries im planning open to get some plates and do some tests with  different metals... lead is an interesting metal, also very toxic... but have a low melting point and is easy to cast with and perhaps make good connectors! 

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