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  • Radiant half bridge circuit, current amplification, Longitudinal resonance

    Video will be watchable from November 21 2020; 0:00 AM GMT

    It shows my Radiant half bridge circuit. explained into detail, and working.
    Longitudinal resonance and current amplification by impulses.

    https://youtu.be/c2_rKc7sHGk

    Normally Diodes are burning away the inductive spikes (from L1 coil) but by putting them in series with the MOSFETS, I can re use the impulse energy, to amplify the current in a series resonant coil.
    This amplified L2 coil is then the primary for a longitudinal resonant L3 coil, that is made parallel resonant.
    Video shows this.
    In the description of the video, is a lot more information.

    My YouTube channel is called "Master Ivo" on YouTube
    Last edited by evostars; 11-20-2020, 09:51 AM.

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    While tuning and playing with the radiant half-bridge circuit, a triangle wave appears. This is from simultaneous magnetic and dielectric induction, from a dual primary.

    the secondary that makes the triangle wave, also shows phase shifting.
    this shows that the longitudinal resonance is able to feedback into the primary. power consumption is reduced.

    also parametric resonance is applied, by increasing L1 inductance that produces the impulse half wave, that is tranformed into amplified current (second quarter) in L2 by using less inductance. (inductance is parametric in this for of resonance)


    this video shows it all:
    https://youtu.be/2fLBZu7BJkM

    Circuit is explained in the previous video:
    https://youtu.be/c2_rKc7sHGk

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    • #3
      Thanks EVO I watched your experiment. Not me but someone will send you money.
      Last edited by BroMikey; 11-28-2020, 02:53 AM.

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      • #4
        ..........
        Last edited by evostars; Yesterday, 02:09 AM.

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