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Two Stage Inductance and the Bedini Monopole

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  • #16
    no worries, Seph - i thought you were interested in applying the OU techniques i'd learned to your circuits

    all the best

    150% efficiencies in coil-capacitor circuits at Doc Ringwood's Free Energy site - Doc Ringwood's 'Free Energy' page


    • #17
      i was considering the two stage induction regarding the setup of my new high speed SSG.

      So, this weekend i rolled my sleeves up and got hands dirty

      My findings: I have some more or less same experience Seph, but i do am not at all conviced that this difference is attributed to the flyback current.

      I have reasons to believe that the improvement you noticed is solely attributed or mainly to the different coil / impedance arrangement you created by manipulated the power windings.

      So in my recent SSG bike wheel satup, i gathered all ever coils i made and found out the followings:

      1) Different coils will behave differently. That means even though we have the same power consumptions i.e. 400 ma.
      my bifillar 22 & 24 awg @ 850 turns coil managed to max at 180 rmp no matter what the power input. IN FACT when i was over-powering it the rpm going DOWN. Same true for all my coils. This coil achieved maximum rpm at 120 ma
      my 5 strands x 22, 24 (trigger) awg @ 300' (450 turns avg) achieves max 300 rpm at 300 ma. More current leads to slower rpm as less current.
      my 3 strands x 18 awg @ 110' (250 turns avg) achieves some 500 rmp!!! Yes the rotor was on the brink of collapse (23'' diam) at 600ma. Whereas at 300ma will have as much as 400 rmp.

      In any case for a given power draw had greater rpm.
      So, perhaps this is the case?

      Anyway, until torque tests are made we cannot know. RPM isjust not enough in considering SSG mechanical output.



      • #18
        Hi Sep,

        Havent been on the forum much, but I saw that this post had been bumped up again. It reminded me of some recent stuff I have seen from JB. Its kinda like your two stage inductance, except the added inductance is in the output.

        There is a diagram here


        Ive used a small coil after my output diodes on a cap pulser and found my cap charged up significantly faster. Worth experimenting with.

        "Once you've come to the conclusion that what what you know already is all you need to know, then you have a degree in disinterest." - John Dobson


        • #19
          Hi ren,

          I saw the new monopole schematic. It seems... at least extraordinary!

          Nevertheless, some similar setups and findings regarding capacitor charging i have experienced myself. I think its pretty straight forward. Pls correct me if i am mistaken

          The caps when charged directly from an voltage source of more or less constant potential are losing some 1/2 of energy in heat to the circuit resistor. By adding an inductor the books say this dramatically increases capacitor efficiency charging.

          So perhaps the boosted charging efficiency could ne attributed to this?