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Dual or triphase toroid
« Reply #304 on: November 18, 2023, 08:41:58 am »
Im finaly understading how amps are restricted

When we apply voltage to each core unipolarly separetely and have a single coil output coupling them this coil will have voltage induced by one core while the other core is acting as inductance... this cause the inductance capacitance to distribute the potential in each turn

Having the cores gaped preventing saturation may be possible to generate dc unipolar pulse with this secondary

I think this would be equivalent to have a core section bteeem primary and secondary if only one phase is used  ... i mean if every turn of secondary goes thru both cores but primary only one core.. of course wave form will be different but the restriction would be likely to be the same

The expected wave form would be a stepup with a sharp  reverse spike separating the pulses... its generated on the transition beteenn the pulsing on the two or more cores...

What made me come to this conclusion is the crossover ckt stan provided on tech brief

So basically could done with many phases as required... each phase add a core to this secondary so add more impedance per turn...

Im not sure whats going to happen when i connect to the water...

I think the blocking diode when stan refer to it as blocking is just to block the reverse spike from discharge the water capacitor...

I think the charging chokes could be maybe just sections of this secondary or could also be done winding other coils in each core and wiring in series... i think its very clear

With some paper, pencil and this perspective you may understand better what im saying.. make drawings if you want to understand better
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Re: My new approach
« Reply #305 on: November 22, 2023, 03:44:07 am »
I added the dynamic bit precision change based on the max possible frequency... this makes the duty cycle resolution better specially at low frequencies

Now I'm figuring how to gate the signals digitaly

I thought an idea to add more control to add a potentiometer so I can control the gate using a voltage signal...

It was kind of a challenge since the phase and duty also is calculated based on the bit precision..

But as aways I made it work

So now I can generate 3 phase signals with duty cycle adjustable from 0 to 99 .9

The phase C is fixed to 240 degrees and phase a to 0

Phase b can be varied from 0 to 360 with the encoder now

So when I just want 180 for alternating phases is possible...

If wanted the other half of the 3 phases for an inverter all is needed is adding other 3 outputs...

But I'm going to use only unidirectional pulses...

When using 3 phases the superposition of pulses become obvious... but it can also be achieved with biphase... by simply having the duty cycles to be greater than 50% !!!

Of course each phase need a core and both coupled to a  output coil for sake of clarity otherwise If both primaries were on same core and magnetic circuit of the other primary the superposition of duty cycles would probably kill the switches as it would become a dead short


However using independent primaries it can superimposed the pulses on the secondary independently so while one is collapsing the other already started and so on... it become like a 3 phase in terms of this superposition and also at 75% frequency would be double...

My hope is that this can perhaps generate enough dc current at virtually very low voltage

So I can hook to the electromagnetic cell that would require zero voltage high current source to work in combination... most power may come from the cell anyway it need dc for long enough to generate gas...

The most important thing in my point of view is how the pulses are allowed to collapse...


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #306 on: November 24, 2023, 14:55:51 pm »
Whats the current in the neutral?

And if no neutral wouldnt it become high voltage pressure?

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #307 on: November 27, 2023, 03:46:22 am »
I was not able to generate the gated signal with same timer... each timer generate only one frequency at time...

So the options is to count the pulses but i was not able to get any precision

The only way to make it work would be with some external programable divider maybe...

The thing is that i dont want the gate to change the pulse caracteristcs like pulse modulating the last pulse... the pll chip dont do it for example..

However getting this pulses to be 180 dephased and have the pulses to have overlaping duty cycle is a hell of chalenge when combining with the gate if we want the pulses to not being cut out of timing...

If the pulses are cut out of time it may be easier to get things burned...



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Re: My new approach
« Reply #308 on: December 01, 2023, 18:22:29 pm »
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Re: My new approach
« Reply #309 on: December 02, 2023, 00:01:48 am »
You seem to be generating some lot of gas ... can you please tell us what you say in the video?


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #310 on: December 02, 2023, 05:54:35 am »
10 years ago i started considering using magnets with coils with cores to rectify current

After i discovered that the magnet double the flux swing in one direction and saturate directly in the other direction back in 2012

I found this by pulsing a toroid unipolarly and adding a magnet would halve the consumed current while raise the voltage output.. you can see the video on youtube magnet effect on pulsed current

Now i want to hook this magnetic diode as if it was the primary coil to test

So both primaries will have double magnetic swing


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #311 on: December 25, 2023, 03:54:03 am »
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