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Old 06-24-2016, 11:59 PM
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Originally Posted by SkyWatcher View Post
Hi mike, thanks for sharing your results.
So it looks like about twice the original for the basic setup and you aren't even splitting the positive again, when you discharge C all by itself.
If you split the positive from C into another battery or back to A or B, maybe a boost circuit of some kind (joule thief), you'd push the output numbers up even higher.
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Yeah I think so. The 22,990 conventional is far to low when
you are hooked on recycled joules.

We need to understand that in both split positive tests why
one is collecting more than the other. I said once and now I'll
say it again, the charging battery "C" is the critical variable.

In test one of the split positive runs the charging battery "C"
has a higher impedance being fully charged than a dead battery.

In test two the configuration was changed slightly to make sure
any time a split positive run was made battery "C" was dead.
This lower impedance is a more receptive state to reorganize
energy so with lower resistance energy transfer is more efficient.

22,900 J plus or minus 10 percent error = 20,000 J

29,000 J split positive run plus or minus = 26,000 J

43,000 J split positive run plus or minus = 36,000 J

I'll have to rerun tests to be sure I didn't do something wrong.

On the boost idea I think somebody needs to say that the
SG OSC was born for just this reason and you don't hear
anyone talking about using it.

Doesn't anyone think John B ever thought of using these circuts
to create a potential difference with his SG OSC, and then
call it a boost converter? Or call it a joule thief?

Come on guys. I am ranting again.

I know how this all sounds like it is too simple stupid.


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