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  • a.king21
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    I agree about stochastic resonance. Benitez introduced "spark gap energy" pulsed through a hv low pf fast capacitor into a battery charging circuit. In my opinion the 3bgs system has the same effect using the razor scooter motor as the stochastic frequency generator. The dc charging system therefore has radiant energy superimposed on it. Has anyone taken a scope shot of the output? I know when I tried the 3 bgs my gel cell batteries supercharged on conventional charging the next time round. (Just as Turion's dad found.)(Still waiting for my couplings from China).

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  • a.king21
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    The use of copper rods as a bus bar is quite significant in my opinion because it lessens the resistance in the circuit and therefore minimizes circuit losses.

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  • Mario
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    Scalar charger

    Matt, I sent a you a pm, but there was no option for an attachment? How can I send you the schematic?

    Mario

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  • Turion
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    MonsieurM,

    Sorry if my post was unclear. My dad had two copper coated grounding rods mounted to the plywood as if they were buss bars, and batteries connected to them. Neither were grounded to the earth.

    Still pumping water, so not done with phase one of testing.

    Dave

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  • MonsieurM
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    Originally posted by Duncan View Post
    By my understanding yes Gordon and I don't say otherwise , however if you have (as we do) exclusively square waves (sharp pulse actually) because the armature has been made so … then the only composition that can be made at resonance is a sine wave . Infinite number of square waves in = sine wave out, Unless some ones going to upend that basic law ?
    What the composition of that wave (the modulation) if you like is a very different question.
    Which isn't in the text books I've read .. so far . Mind you ,Neither is the linear wave, electrostatics , or telluric current . so on those subjects I simply have to experiment and wing it like everybody else! I have some Ideas but they are only half baked
    thank you for making it simple to understand .... not as acknowledgeable as most of you

    just to recap from what i read from one of the successful experiments :

    He had two long copper coated grounding rods


    Turion
    how deep were they .... and does he have a water line close by .... just wondering

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ground_(electricity)

    In some telegraph and power transmission circuits, the earth itself can be used as one conductor of the circuit, saving the cost of installing a separate return conductor (see single-wire earth return).
    also :

    Later, when telephony began to replace telegraphy, it was found that the currents in the earth induced by power systems, electrical railways, other telephone and telegraph circuits, and natural sources including lightning caused unacceptable interference to the audio signals, and the two-wire or 'metallic circuit' system was reintroduced around 1883.[2]
    what is unacceptable in some instances can be very acceptable in others

    ps: we know now that biochar can be a supercapacitor ..... earth what an amazing circuit
    Last edited by MonsieurM; 10-25-2013, 11:29 PM.

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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by MonsieurM View Post
    forgot to add :



    By my understanding yes Gordon and I don't say otherwise , however if you have (as we do) exclusively square waves (sharp pulse actually) because the armature has been made so … then the only composition that can be made at resonance is a sine wave . Infinite number of square waves in = sine wave out, Unless some ones going to upend that basic law ?
    What the composition of that wave is (the modulation if you like) is a very different question.
    Which isn't in the text books I've read .. so far . Mind you ,Neither is the linear wave, electrostatics , or tulleric current . so on those subjects I simply have to experiment and wing it like everybody else! I have some Ideas but they are only half baked
    Last edited by Duncan; 10-25-2013, 11:07 PM.

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  • MonsieurM
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    Originally posted by MonsieurM View Post
    just out of curiosity ( and ignorance ) can't Square Wave and Stochastic Resonance work together

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...55123115,d.bGE

    forgot to add :

    In bistable systems subjected to both periodic and random forcing, the output signal-to-noise ratio may be improved by an increase in the input noise

    ... For the square-wave periodic forcing we extend Kramers’s escape-rate theory to analyze this so-called stochastic phenomenon
    .
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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by MonsieurM View Post
    thought you guys might like this info ( althought i posted it on another thread )

    Team uses forest waste to develop cheaper, greener supercapacitors









    don't have to worry too much about capacitor failure
    Bad news Gordon ... we'll probably get this thing sorted just in time to see the end of the lead acid battery !

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  • MonsieurM
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    just out of curiosity ( and ignorance ) can't Square Wave and Stochastic Resonance work together

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j...55123115,d.bGE

    Square-wave-driven stochastic resonance.

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    Originally posted by Matthew Jones View Post
    Wow I am making biochar from cherry wood as we speak. LOL imagine that I am going to have to give it try.

    Matt
    glad you like

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  • Matthew Jones
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    Originally posted by MonsieurM View Post
    thought you guys might like this info ( althought i posted it on another thread )

    Team uses forest waste to develop cheaper, greener supercapacitors









    don't have to worry too much about capacitor failure
    Wow I am making biochar from cherry wood as we speak. LOL imagine that I am going to have to give it try.

    Matt

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  • Duncan
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    Originally posted by tachyoncatcher View Post
    Ding! Ding! Ding!
    I repeat IMHO we are not dealing with resonance but stochastic resonance .. we are not dealing with harmonics .. at all , anything to do with harmonics does not apply ! Nor does anything to do with normal transverse electricity. And even if and I say IF we were ..
    just as Fourier used an infinite sum of Sine waves to recreate a square wave, you can also use an infinite sum of square waves to make a sine wave. .. you cannot however do both simultaneously
    unless you have discovered a whole new concept for Fourier transforms … and that I really would be interested in. So if you think the sum of an infinite number of square (and it is infinite because its resonant) waves can produce anything other than a sine wave (never mind a wave of any shape) especially if your going to show me “technically” bring it on that really would be ding ding ding in fact I wait with baited breath . It seems to have rung your bell Randy perhaps you can point me to where this shining enlightenment is that erfinder has discovered ?

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  • MonsieurM
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    he uses this charging method fed through a KW/H meter and switched capacitor bank
    thought you guys might like this info ( althought i posted it on another thread )

    Team uses forest waste to develop cheaper, greener supercapacitors

    "The performance of our biochar materials is comparable to the performance of today's advanced carbon materials, including carbon nanotubes and graphenes," Jiang said. "We can achieve comparable performance with much less cost and probably much lower environmental costs."




    This corncob-biochar supercapacitor generates enough energy to power an LED bulb. Wood biochar is easier to use in large-scale applications and has more energy potential.

    Read more at:
    don't have to worry too much about capacitor failure
    Last edited by MonsieurM; 10-25-2013, 09:45 PM.

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  • a.king21
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    Originally posted by Duncan View Post
    how odd aking your bullet point 2 is actually at variance with Bedini who seems to think a conditioned battery charges up slightly less efficently on conventional chargers .. still its uncharted on the map isnt it ... "There be dragons"
    Yes, but Bedini uses a massive cap dump. I'm talking about pure radiant energy without the cap dump.
    I've just built a mechanical Tesla switch type cap dump charger and it messes my ou batteries up! So remember there are two Bedini ways to charge batts.
    1 Pure radiant aka 3 battery setup aka school girl motor-gen and
    2 The "Tesla charger" way where he charges a cap and dumps 180 degrees later.
    Incidentally the resonant point is........ 2 SECONDS!!! (with the Tesla charger).
    ie one massive cap dump every 2 seconds.
    And the best batteries are.... Gel cells! (Now where have we heard that before lol)

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  • Turion
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    Skeptic and all,
    Here are two short videos from my setup of the water pump test. The first is the voltage readings on my batteries. The second is the pump running and pumping water with all batteries connected in parallel so that any voltage in all of the batteries can be used to keep the pump going.

    Water Pump Test 1 - YouTube

    Water Pump Test 2 - YouTube
    Last edited by Turion; 10-25-2013, 07:27 PM.

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  • tachyoncatcher
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    Originally posted by erfinder View Post
    Please forgive me for saying this Duncan, but I must. When dealing with multiple resonant harmonic frequencies, at resonance the wave isn't sine, its square. Technically it could be any shape, I see square waves even at resonance in my systems, I again point out the fact that I am dealing with "multiple harmonic frequencies" I restate that to make it clear that there is a huge difference between single frequency resonance, and multiple resonant harmonics operating at a common resonant frequency. I personally think the latter has more to do with whats going on in the 3BGS, this owing to the connections between batteries and motor.

    Regards
    Ding! Ding! Ding!

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