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  • BroMikey
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    Originally posted by Rakarskiy View Post
    These are two of the winding! one wound clockwise and the other counterclockwise. The ends are connected by so that the induced EMF pulses coincide.

    Great info. Smart guy. I have been looking at your motor generator
    closely and I know others are trying this. I see the motor
    coils, how these motor coils are angled much more than the gen/coils.

    It is so important to share what you have learned with others so maybe
    someday another man might be able to duplicate it. I think you have
    one running? Or is this diagram food for thought? You have a video?

    Someday maybe you can show a video when you can get it working the
    best. This all takes time to be sure.

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  • Rakarskiy
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    These are two of the winding! one wound clockwise and the other counterclockwise. The ends are connected by so that the induced EMF pulses coincide.

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  • wantomake
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    Originally posted by Rakarskiy View Post
    No, you did not understand. Circuit one and bifilyar coil.
    Rakarskiy,
    I've wound a few coils but can't understand how to wind these you post about here. Could you post a YouTube video on winding these coils.

    What I understand is wrap one CW direction on a spool, stop then reverse CCW direction on same spool on top of the CW wrapped wire?

    Sorry and your help is appreciated,
    wantomake

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  • Rakarskiy
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    Bifilar coil, is my guess. Perhaps the author and a simple coil used. It is important to pay attention to the angle of rotation of motor coils. Also, calculate the correct cross-section and number of turns, for motor and generator coils

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  • gyula
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    Hi Serge,

    Thanks for the further info on this motor-generator, very kind of you.

    Regarding the bifilar coils, they are wound with two wires guided together and we get a multilayer, multiturn coil from the two parallel guided wires, right? No need for dividing the bobbin into two parts, right?

    Gyula

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  • gyula
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    Hi Serge,

    Thanks for the clarification, so there is a single circuit but the coils are bifilar.
    Do you know if Dima is a member on any forum?

    Greetings
    Gyula

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  • Rakarskiy
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    No, you did not understand. Circuit one and bifilyar coil.

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  • gyula
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    Oh, okay, my mistake, thanks. Would be great if the setup worked with single wire normal coils.

    Gyula

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  • Rakarskiy
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    Hello! But in the video, I did not see an explicit bifilar connection

    most likely involved only one loop

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  • gyula
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    Originally posted by Rakarskiy View Post
    In Russia, built like Independent rotator as Andrew Slobodyan. Dima no Bifilyara.
    Hello Serge,

    Thanks for showing the video. Are the bifilar coils connected like one of the drawings showed it in the thread at realstrannik.com?
    ?????-??????????, ??????????? (15/49) - RealStrannik.com - RealStrannik.com

    Thanks, Gyula

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  • Rakarskiy
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    Originally posted by Rakarskiy View Post
    In Russia, built like Independent rotator as Andrew Slobodyan. Dima no Bifilyara.
    [VIDEO]watch?v=SV6qFKe4Aow[/VIDEO]
    [VIDEO]watch?v=cIzehAP5URQ[/VIDEO]

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  • Rakarskiy
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    In Russia, built like Independent rotator as Andrew Slobodyan. Dima no Bifilyara.
    [VIDEO]watch?v=SV6qFKe4Aow[/VIDEO]

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  • Rakarskiy
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    [VIDEO]watch?v=12a2RvH_5yk[/VIDEO]

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