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Re: My new approach
« Reply #264 on: September 24, 2023, 01:37:30 am »
Maybe more plates could be used to multiply the generation spots they would add in series


What I was thinking was if could be possible to have both polarities in same stack by having maybe 3 wires output

Maybe is not possible


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #265 on: September 24, 2023, 07:57:15 am »
One thing important to achieve a good output on flyback topology is to have a higher coupling of the secondary coil to the core than the primary to the core so the most energy output go to the load...

This is normally achieved having the primary wound far from the core as possible by sandwiching it between the secondary


Another thought:
Adding a section of primary in oposite direction in the middle of the solenoid would split the magnetic field In two! Magnetic fields don't cross each other...

Another thing balancing the output of the transformer to couple the secondary better it must be ocuppy greater window so step up is good but using a slightly Thicker than required for secondary current will increase the coupling to the core...

In theory an enclosing magnetic Flux should be the same but this construction technics somehow change a little bit the coupling as I described...

Even getting a coil wound compact or extense would affect even if same amount and same wire is used so although is not possible to predict without very detailed analysis is possible to know the better way to go based on results and good comparisons.




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Re: My new approach
« Reply #266 on: September 24, 2023, 15:42:08 pm »
I'm gonna try to make a post in few hours with the video of the cell operating and if not how it did

I'm planing to use two diodes in secondary side forming 2.4kv isolation on top and on bottom

I parallell with each there is a capacitance of the diode and of the choke after it... this is charged during pulse on and is primarily discharged when the field collapse before the switching diode allow direct conduction thru it

This capacitance increase the Voltage output as they sum with the pulse

Also they help drowning the power out from secondary

Wish I could have some money to get more capacitors...

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #267 on: September 25, 2023, 09:10:52 am »
Good luck with the tests!

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #268 on: September 28, 2023, 01:41:09 am »
I realized this prototype is also the perfect to make the tests with ac field just on water applying like a transformer but with varying frequency to see if water peaks at some rather than just force the way i designed to

Im probably going to make this first!

Apply like 10v to the coil may result in 200mv on water if it resonate at a certain frequency will peak a higher voltage than this


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #269 on: September 29, 2023, 06:35:30 am »
Is it something like a notebook for thoughts that appear based on the results of experiments?

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« Reply #270 on: September 29, 2023, 07:38:58 am »
I did so many test in the past and burned ao many componennts that im kind of traumatized spending so much money with no results... so part of my process of developing today is thinking a lot and simulating on paper to be able to burn less components... i realized that thinking more before is better than just discover after the components burned...

I did so many tests and studied about it so much that im pretty able to view what is going to happen with just some paper and pencil...

I write here specialy because im having trouble with remember some stuff cause i beat my head recently in february... so in case i become  a blank page at least my work will be here so someone can keep it...

Modestly i believe we put together many nice info thru this years...

Luckly we have this forum to get together , in my life i have no friend to even talk about it... sadly

Making experiments force me to deal with deception an in my life there has being too many so sometimes i procrastinate just to keep in my confort zone too..

Is sad to dont know if we are going to be able to pay the bills or not every single month for years... my dream would to have my business going to have time for my kids and projects like this... but no time no money no fun no party no nothing ... so also motivation rapidly fall when there is some...

Talking with you guys is what keeps my mind active in this project and keep my motivation from going sub zero...

You dont have a clue how much i care about!

So thanks for you guys!




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Re: My new approach
« Reply #271 on: September 29, 2023, 21:31:30 pm »
If you looked at my channel, all my experiments are cheap.
I set myself a goal of spending no more than $3 a day on experiments.
All my tools, materials, laboratory prototypes are very small and cheap.
If I had a lot of money, I would spend it and stop experimenting.
And since I have no money and cannot afford to spend above the established budget, I move forward. Donations help a little more. I used them to buy an oscilloscope, a welding machine, chemicals and materials, and measuring equipment. Not that many donations. Lack of money forces the brain to invent and generate ideas.
Don't chase large and expensive materials and tools. You will spend a lot of money, and the experiment will turn out to be negative.
Buy material and tools cheaply and set up an experiment a little, draw conclusions and move on to another experiment.