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Re: My new approach
« Reply #464 on: May 21, 2024, 22:58:04 pm »
Spend the whole day thinking how to put more power out without burning the igbts

Coming to the conclusion that the core has a too much mass

I would like to be able to transfer up to maybe 200w at least for the resonance


So I may give a shot direct pulsing the 150v to the bifilar coil and try to get some power on it

The coils in series give a total of 160ohm plus the cell resistance should be limiting the power some


However all the power will be into it
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Re: My new approach
« Reply #465 on: May 22, 2024, 08:49:15 am »
Hmmm... resonance in the upper coil cap and bemf from the whole...


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #466 on: May 22, 2024, 11:43:03 am »
You mean the feedback being pickup ?

Did you notice the pulse length only change where I’m within a certain range of resonance?

I felt the capacitor was sucking up the energy and I think that maybe it cause a input source impedance to be much much low 20uf at 10khz is 0,8ohm


I believe that improving the coil leakage inductance will reduce the kickback of energy

That can be done packing the coils together interleaved

Having coils on independent coil formers is not a great idea on higher frequencies I guess

Specially if not giving square wave but pulse





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Re: My new approach
« Reply #467 on: May 22, 2024, 12:44:21 pm »
I just did some tests with the lrc meter to find the leakage inductance and basically it seem the position in the core has a great effect on it

Also the turn ratio have an effect on coupling and leakage inductance

With that in mind now I’m making a new design using the cooling machine to make it really fast hopefully

The secondary may be wound first with 150 turns and than the primary with 50 turn

At full volts in this should give 450v to the coil

Having the chokes wound over the primary with another 50 turns may help



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Re: My new approach
« Reply #468 on: May 23, 2024, 01:43:47 am »
I just finished the coil machine it’s already with wire in ready to go

I just don’t have much of a clue how to do it

The fluidnc seems to have many configurations

I need to make some kind of comanda to use it


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #469 on: May 23, 2024, 22:34:14 pm »
Im  able to make coils with very nice precision now

I created some macros to wind to the right or left

And wind ten coils to the right or left

Or unwind to the right or t the left

Very simple very easy to use

The step I made according with the wire diameter

In the case of the video is ,56 mm step

I kind of reduced the acceleration enough to get a nice fluid movente

I’m happy that worked at least for now

It may be very helpful

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Re: My new approach
« Reply #470 on: May 24, 2024, 15:56:54 pm »
Work perfectly! Is very very useful to get the coil done fast and perfect!

I’m doing a secondary coil having 240 turns of 24awg

With 45 turns of 18awg on top of it as primary coil

Than another 45 turn coil over it to work as the clamp coil on the regenerative snubber part

It will have maybe 4 taps so I can select the level of collapsing voltage

On top of the primaries goes anothe portion of secondary coil to maximize the coupling being connected on series or paralllel with the one wound below the primary


On top of that goes a single layer forming the charging choke

I will be pushing 150v volts in so with the two secondaries 5:1 I may be able to get 1500v at maybe 500w

Hope to be able to at least fry the bifilar coil


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Re: My new approach
« Reply #471 on: May 25, 2024, 06:09:14 am »
What’s is most important from all this is that

Meyer transformer that was found was not the real deal

It could have being done by someone trying to replicate his work already if not him self to mislead we all

I say this because that transformer was not capable of putnot even 5watts out making an educated guess

I can say that with some confidence after so many years testing and specially from my recent tests where simply the energy was not being capable of pass thru the core of the coils are not very close together

So the Vic with all those coils That was only conceptual not real !



Something else is the switching

Where he didn’t actually show any good way to have the high voltage on the switch

So basically we shouldn’t believe 50% of what was found after 1998

I was discussing last night my theory with a friend here for the first time and for him was very plausible that meyer hidden the key concepts for him self

In my opinion meyer didn’t make it out to the world because it was too dangerous to use and so he wanted to perfect the injector idea and this is the biggest mistake a businessman can do that is to mind how your tech will be used!

Of course he wouldn’t like seeing people bombing each other with the technology so he seem to wanted to make it punctual by his injector minification

Investors may have disliked


Anyway the real point when you do what a real device need to work you will come to this

A transformer need to work

It need to adapt the voltage in to the desired output .

I will post a new video pushing the bifilar to its limit now with the new transformer

Let’s see how much it takes for it to fey









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