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  • Originally posted by Rakarskiy View Post
    Energy in cap is proportional to 0.5*C*V^2. Assuming all caps have same capacitance: 24V squared is 576, 3x 12V squared is 432, so energy was lost.

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    • https://youtu.be/S-UlYmjrMuM

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      • Now there is an undisputed way to show input to output. My only concern is the two rows of supercaps . I have two sets for 15v and they will store a large charge. 50F each.

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        • Return from oblivion of Sergey Ermola (Ukraine). The author of the converter, the pressure force into mechanical power
          2021

          2010



          About the guy and the capacitor converter, my preliminary analysis is in Russian: https://rakarskiy.livejournal.com/16715.html

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          • Originally posted by BroMikey View Post
            https://blog.naver.com/jing006/130871160 this is the Korean blog of the author of this device

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            • Specially for BroMonkey!

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcUfMQv7aAI

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              • Originally posted by pmgriphone View Post
                TinMan is a joke he has been around since the internet came online and makes a mess of every man's project as he alters it till it doesn't do what it was suppose to. Him and ZeroLabs are pen pals and great big zero's. Those guys could not show OU if you gave them two a snap together device, setting right on the table. They would loose a part then test it.

                Maybe a job changing transmissions or starters on cars? They would make good mechanics.

                Last edited by BroMikey; 09-19-2021, 12:28 PM.

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                • It says write something, so I will. This is a useful idea(I think). Pop rivets are very useful however sometimes you need a backing washer for softer materials. I wanted to rivet plastic which I couldn't get behind to put a washer.
                  This is how I managed itut the rivet in as normal and give a couple of squeezes of the tool,just enough to become secure then remove the tool and chop off the protruding stalk with battery angle grinder. Job done!
                  John.

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                  • Look at Tina for a great example of overunity. IMG-20210411-WA0000.jpg

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                    • Look at her now.
                      Last edited by Quantum_well; 09-24-2021, 10:51 AM.

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                      • IMG_20210718_133653~2.jpg

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                        • Originally posted by Quantum_well View Post
                          She found the good stuff

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