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  • Memphis
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    Turion I am fortunate to have a lot of passion, time and opportunity, having space and an equipped workshop available. I would like to try to replicate your project, (at the moment I am replicating the homopolar generator of Trombley-Adams), what kind of coils should they be?

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  • BroMikey
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    Not a fake idiot vid

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  • BroMikey
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    English explanation

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  • BroMikey
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    I have never heard of your successful replication of flywheel energy. Did you get half way through the project and deem it obsolete too?

    These devices are energy multipliers

    Last edited by BroMikey; 12-18-2021, 06:08 AM.

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  • Turion
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    If you all recall the video of the Thane debunker he claimed that at the speed where the Tela style coil would speed up under load it required more input to the prime mover than the single strand “standard” coil he compared it to.

    There are two problems with that comparison:
    1. He is not running the Tesla style coil at the “neutral” speed, but at one where it accelerates the prime mover. That is NOT the speed at which it’s output is greatest as a generator coil. You get what you pay for.

    2. Had he bothered to do a little research he would have discovered that there was an RPM at which his “standard” coil also achieved the Lenz neutral condition.

    After several years of testing different core materials and single strand, 3 strand and Tesla wound bifilar, 4 strand, 6 strand, 8 strand, 12 strand, 24 strand and 36 strand coils as to RPM for “neutral” condition and watts output at that RPM, we finally settled on a coil configuration and it wasn’t what I THOUGHT it was going to be.

    Memphis,
    That is a beautiful test bed. I can only imagine how much time, effort and $$ went into that. Back in the day I built a much more compact version. I had no room for a flywheel that large so I used two metal disks with 4” holes cut into them. In the holes were 4” diameter pieces of pipe filled with lead from old window weights, fishing lures, and whatever else I could find. Each piece of pipe was filled and then weighed. The lightest one became the standard, and all the others had some lead drilled out to match the weight. If you drill out too much you melt some more lead and fill the hole back up. Attached is a picture of a smaller version I have that goes on my generator shaft. 6FE7AF0C-13F6-4A8D-BA46-FF1A32D5A8FB.jpeg
    Last edited by Turion; 12-17-2021, 06:04 PM.

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  • BroMikey
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    Dave is correct 1000 feet is what it takes on his. I made an error there. Dave has 3000 ft on one spool to up the amps.

    In yet another test I made with my son's slower moving rotor and smaller dia i need 1800 ft of wire to reach the null. This was a 10 magnet rotor RPM only 1400. The test used 25 strands of 73ft long each strand. Of course that is only half the RPM of Dave's 2800. I would have thought that I would need 2000ft but didn't and the hz was around 230hz and a very important fact is I used 25awg magnet wire.

    The highest speed we ran with the run cap installed on a late 4 pole ac motor was 1650 RPM and the freq meter showed 275hz. At this speed the null could be reached with much less wire strands all connected in series.

    Testing has not been thoroughly completed as yet. I am not competing with Dave's specifications or values but rather I offer my data of a completely different arrangement so that you may compare results. I have to say that
    core to magnet gap must be 1/16th" to get best results. Larger gaps give confusing readings

    Here is one video of varying speeds data collection. Dave taught me to wind coils so my first adventure would be a success.



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  • Turion
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    If you notice, I said a six magnet rotor and 3 strands of 1,000 feet IN PARALLEL at 2800 rpm. You could have simply had ONE strand of 1000 feet in length. 3 strands in parallel doesn't affect the Lenz issue, it just gives you more amps output. The number of magnets on the rotor makes no difference in considering Lenz. It is the time it takes for a single magnet to initiate the Lenz process as it approaches the core/coil. So the variables are 1. RPM....2. core material (how fast does it accept flux) .....3. MASS of core material (because flux is spread evenly throughout) and .....4. length of the wire.

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  • bistander
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    Originally posted by Memphis View Post
    thank you for the advice, I could only upload a photo to show the test, I used a 1hp engine and a 2kwh generator, with a 40kg flywheel. IMG-20211216-WA0002.jpg
    Nice test stand.
    bi

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  • Memphis
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    thank you for the advice, I could only upload a photo to show the test, I used a 1hp engine and a 2kwh generator, with a 40kg flywheel. IMG-20211216-WA0002.jpg

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  • BroMikey
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    part 2 of 4 parts

    Last edited by BroMikey; 12-16-2021, 06:15 AM.

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  • BroMikey
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    In another test I ran using a 20 magnet rotor running at 3400 rpm I reached the null point using only 6 strands of 175 ft each which is only 1000 ft of wire compared to Dave's 3000 ft of wire at 2800 rpm's. But my wire was 29awg and this causes more impedance compared to a 23 awg wire. There is much to consider.

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  • Turion
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    Memphis,

    Every single generator coil that exists has a frequency (the speed at which the magnet on the rotor passes it) AT WHICH LENZ IS NEUTRAL when the coil is under load, neither slowing down the prime mover, nor speeding it up. This is a FACT. "Tesla style" coils allow this to happen at a LOWER frequency, but that is their ONLY advantage over standard coils. Take a single strand coil with, say 1,000 feet of wire on it and start spinning a rotor near it at variable speeds and you will find that speed. For my original 11" rotor with only 6 of the 2" magnets on it and a coil with three strands of 1,000 feet, all in parallel, that required rotor speed was 2800 RPM. Matt Jones did it with a MUCH smaller rotor with only (I believe 3, possibly 4....been too long) of those same 2" magnets. I don't recall the specs on his coil, nor do I believe he mentioned the RPM in his video, but I have the video somewhere. He used a 555 timer to adjust the timing of pulses to a motor turning the rotor to control the rotor RPM and found the speed where there was just the slightest bit of acceleration (of the prime mover), because the "neutral" point is where you get the most output from the coil as a generator coil. If you use a motor to turn a flywheel, which turns a rotor past THOSE kinds of coils, your results will be much different. Whatever generator you are using, or alternator, or motor as a generator, it will have a frequency at which Lenz is neutral. Up to YOU to find it. Now if only there were a way to overcome the magnetic drag.... LOL

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  • BroMikey
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    3 new laws part 1

    Last edited by BroMikey; 12-16-2021, 04:36 AM.

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  • Memphis
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    Good morning guys, and good morning to Te Bro 'too, (I am really saddened by the bad news, I state that I have been dedicating myself to the subject for years and I am against official and harmful therapies, preferring other alternative but much more valid treatments), unfortunately the story of the flywheel that turns and pushes a generator by inertia is a fake, many of them run on youtube, most of them come from india, but I personally tried to replicate, I also brought variants, but it always happens for the system to slow down and stop. I also tried with a three-phase motor and an inverter to increase the revs and thus increase the inertial mass of the flywheel, but uselessly, when the alternator goes under load, it tends to slow down and stop the flywheel. Of course I tried different speeds but the result was always the same. I'm sorry I can't upload the video because the system tells me it's too heavy. I'm taking a look at the works of Jay Lunke, ..... but I saw that there are some inconsistencies in the drawings .... this leaves me perplexed, also because he claims that he has not achieved anything of what he theorises , and leave it to others to try ........ At the moment I am trying to replicate the homopolar generator of Trombly-Adams, I would also like to open a post about it to know if anyone has already tried, but I don't know how to open it.

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  • BroMikey
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    Those lying video's grind me to no end too. thx Matt

    you got to love the theater of youtube and if you sign a NDA you can get the real circuit, LOL








    ADD BROMIKEY - (more theater) TO YOUR IGNORE LIST He is a saboteur bent on the systematic distraction of every good topic on this forum and since he has been here most working threads have shut down. He is the enemy. (draws more flies on hot stuff)

    USER CP/Ignore list.
    Last edited by BroMikey; 12-14-2021, 05:38 PM.

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