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« Reply #88 on: November 21, 2008, 14:01:17 pm »
well what's so new about the forced resonance in a series rlc circuit?

kinesisfilms,

great success story, congrats. Would you mind sharing, what the resonant frequency for your choke coil is ? kHz, Mhz ? And what your gating frequency is ? Hz, kHz, MHz ?

Is it audible on the tubes as well ?

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resonant frequency:(http://e.imagehost.org/0768/resonantfreq.gif)

L is the inductivity as exact as possible, C the capacitance of your fuel cells. Remember summing up the capacitances for each tube when connected parallel.

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« Reply #89 on: November 21, 2008, 19:46:32 pm »
OK FIRST OFF
there are different forms of resonance......let's say natural and artificial......and AC and DC........

let's explain that since there is a diode in this circuit then yuo can never have NATURAL RESONANCE.....so it has to be artificial and manually forced to happen which is achieved with gating.....

so let's ask ourselves what happens in natural resonance when the inductor is full.....well at resoanant frequency when hte inductor is full it discharges into the capcitor until the capacitor is full which then the capacitor discharges into the inductor back and forth over and over like a pendulum.

So to achieve this with gating we must gate the pulsed frequency right when the capacitor achieves it's full charge....so then the inductor can begin to step charge the process all over again......and right when our 50% duty cycle pulse passes the diode it becomes half wave rectified never passing the 0 volt level......AKA DC........so we have DC RESONANCE.

(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/resoanancegating.jpg)

NOW THAT WE HAVE THE SECOND HALF OUR RESONANT FREQUENCY WE MUST DETERMINE THE FIRST HALF.

THE KEY IMPORTANT FACTOR HERE IS NOT THE GATING BETWEEN THE CAPACITOR AND THE INDUCTOR SINCE ANYONE WITH AN OSCOPE CAN EASILY ACHIEVE THIS VISUALLY.

THE KEY HERE IS THE OPTIMUM FREQUENCY OF YOUR BIFILAR CHOKE.

this is the true resonant frequency......the frequency your bifilar choke resonates at.......

first you need to take your bifilar choke connected as aaron m connects it where it says 192%
(http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y2/kinesisfilms/wf_meyer_aaron_forum_coils1.jpg)

THIS MAKES IT'S DISTRIBUTED CAPACITANCE THE MAXIMUM IT CAN BE AS IN TESLAS PATENT.

this is a key factor here......sending in a frequency under resonance and your bifilar choke will not have a capacitance and no second pulse on the off pulse........using a frequency above resonance.....capacitance will overtake induction defeating the gating resonance......so how do you find the optimum frequency of your bifilar choke???

i have no idea how to do it mathematically but....if you have a spectrum analyzer....hook your probe to only one side of the bifilar......the one after the diode in the schematic.....do a frequency sweep of 50% duty cycle (can't be done with a lawton circuit)....until you haveyour peak point.......this is the frequency you will be pumping into your vic.....you then take that frequency apply it to your system and then gate the frequency getting your VIC resonant frequency.

as for a transformer.....you can use a simple audio line matching transformer used in reversed.....if you apply 12 volts at a 50% duty cycle it will be 6 volts ac......this goes into the transformer and is stepped up to around 30-40 volts......

in the new zealand video stan says "see the beautiful thing of it is is since your using audio frequencies you can use an audio transformer).......

what does all the work in this system is the stepup transformer and the bifilar charging choke........

if you break each part down, and learn each part, you can understand the whole.

i am getting a spectrum analyzer......there will be photos and videos when i have the patent fully replicated.

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« Reply #90 on: November 21, 2008, 19:59:00 pm »
i can't stress enough the importance of find the optimum frequency to make your choke a resonant charging choke.......THIS IS INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT.....probablly the most overlooked part since the average person has no way of figuring this out.

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« Reply #91 on: November 22, 2008, 10:03:39 am »
he wasn't banned fool....so stop the chanting.....if you have obviously not read through the forum......

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« Reply #92 on: November 22, 2008, 10:26:09 am »
please tell me the story of why he was "banned" i can't remember stevie ever doing such a thing......he was never banned......stevie never banned h2opower......h2opower banned himself most likely becuase of a certain someone always being a dick on the forums. (rhymes with stankie)

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« Reply #93 on: November 25, 2008, 17:06:31 pm »
Hi Kenisis,

Have you see this video of Sirhoax?
It shows the resonance you are looking for:

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« Reply #94 on: November 29, 2008, 19:46:05 pm »
PLEASE TRY THIS... STOP putting square waves into the step up transformer! Notice that the dune buggy had a dc motor turning an alternator off a regular 12 v car battery. The energy used to start producing hydroxy would be replaced by the regular alternator and stock charging system once the buggy was fired up. NOW: realize that the modified alternator had no voltage regulator, the PWM square waves were used to CONTROL the output of the 3 phase AC stator windings, effectivly controlling output of vic circuit. SO putting a 3 phase rectified waveform into the step up transformer, the bifilar chokes and the blocking diode will work BECAUS the transformer must have a changing flux line to function correctly, only 1/2 wave 3 phase power will cause the step charging effecy because this wave more closely resembles the curved pulses shown in all of his documentation.
the step waveforms are NOT SQUARE ! a squarewave WILL NOT work fron primary to secondary.
I am using an alternator with the voltage regulator bypassed (12 volts square wave to the brushes) and i have removed the diodes completely, leaving this delco unit with 3 stator wires for my A-B-C phases output with the alternator case as neutral. Then i have wound a 2 1/2 " torroidal core transformer with 16GA magnet wire, 3 primary coils equally spaced around the diameter (like a peace sign) 10 turns each. cover the whole thing with teflon pipe sealant tape (good for high voltage insulation) and then wrap the single, 100 turn secondary around the whole thing. I end up with a 1 to 10 step up ratio. NOW: with the alternator running at 3000 - 4000 rpm, there should be 125 volts AC 3 Phase output, transformed to 1250 VAC single phase with a ripple waveform, Put this through the bifilar chokes with the diode on one leg.... I hope this is REALLY what HE was doing. Please note: the STan MEyer drawing is a CONCEPTUAL DRAWING, not a schematic. the circuit describes what is happening, but dont assume he was putting a square wave in as a primary source !!!

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« Reply #95 on: November 29, 2008, 20:06:16 pm »
Very nice mr Alien!

have you done some testing with this?

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