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  • vr6
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    Building plans

    Hi to all I am tracking this discussion for a while and I would like to build one prototipe of kromery generator but could anybody help me with plans, drawings of kromery pleas

    with regards VR6

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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    Originally posted by dambit View Post
    No worries mate. Good to see your build coming together, can't wait to see it spin.

    Cheers,

    Steve
    Thanks mate is now just having to wait impatiently for the last parts made
    by the plastic machinist so I can bolt the KC together.
    I'm going to allow 6-10mm adjustment at each of the 4 magnet stacks and
    thus can fine tune the pole pieces via the magnet stacks.

    Regards
    Zero

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  • dambit
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    No worries mate. Good to see your build coming together, can't wait to see it spin.

    Cheers,

    Steve

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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    Progress on Kromrey

    Hey,

    My replication of the Kromrey Converter is progressing very nicely over the
    last few weeks. (Months of research before began to obtain parts)
    Firstly, I'm making a modification to JB's design in that I'm utilizing RC
    components to determine the RPM of the pole pieces via a transmitter.
    Acrylic uprights, top/bottom sections of the housing to allow easy viewing
    in place of the Aluminum used in JB's build.

    I had to re-order magnets due to can only obtain strontium ferrite magnets
    here in Australia, Barium ferrite was what JB used and thus made an order
    of 40x25x10mm of the correct type. (China to the rescue)
    And now I have 50 spare strontium ferrite to use in SSG's

    I learnt an expensive lesson about having these parts machined and will
    need to invest in a metal lathe as it will pay itself off in no time due to
    amount of custom machining in this project. (plus many other uses)
    However, the precision of the parts is much better than I could hope to do
    in my first attempts and wanted this replication to work as the model in
    EFTV 10.

    Copper slip rings, finish re-designing the top/bottom housing sections for the
    plastic machinist and finally, wind the coils with #18 wire as JB suggests.
    (have the wire, but not the hours free as of yet)

    Looking forward to completing more over the weekend

    Here is a clip testing the RC components on the 26th October 2011.
    Testing RC Components to Run a Kromrey Converter - 26th October 2011.AVI - YouTube

    Since then have used the 14V PSU and when added the tachometer tape to
    measure the RPM, it obtained just under 6000 RPM.

    P.S - Thankyou Dambit/Steve for posting all your data, plus having me over
    to view your Kromrey replication and experiment for the day mate

    Regards
    Zero
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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    thanks

    Originally posted by boguslaw View Post
    Many in series yet also in parallel. Assembling things in peculiar manner like Coil-pacitor or wth mixing a few ideas...
    Oh, boy ,you all are getting good


    Sorry for offtopic, I couldn't resist

    P.S. "(...)second, if two points in an electric circuit through which a current rapidly rising and falling in strength is made to flow be connected with the plates or armatures of a condenser, a variation in the current's strength in the entire circuit or in a portion of the same only may be produced; "
    current strength = inertia = local energy amplification effect

    Hello,

    Thats for the tip and yes that what finally dawned on me, so simple and
    thus overlooked it

    Regards
    Zero

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  • boguslaw
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    Many in series yet also in parallel. Assembling things in peculiar manner like Coil-pacitor or wth mixing a few ideas...
    Oh, boy ,you all are getting good


    Sorry for offtopic, I couldn't resist

    P.S. "(...)second, if two points in an electric circuit through which a current rapidly rising and falling in strength is made to flow be connected with the plates or armatures of a condenser, a variation in the current's strength in the entire circuit or in a portion of the same only may be produced; "
    current strength = inertia = local energy amplification effect

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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    The light flashes

    Originally posted by Aaron View Post
    I apologize for the slight off topic posts here but I think relevant. I've waited for quite a while for a serious discussion on parallel coils and am pleasantly surprised that John revealed it in this application.

    Anyway, here is another system with parallel coils.



    And here is the maglev stuff:

    https://www.llnl.gov/str/Post.html





    "The track contained some 1,000 rectangular inductive wire coils, each about 15 centimeters wide. Each coil was shorted at its ends to form a closed circuit but not otherwise connected to any electrical source."

    I'm not saying the Kromrey is like the maglev, just pointing
    out that after you take power away from parallel coils, you really have
    coils that you short into each other. What does this do and what
    is your benefit?

    Again, I apologize for going slightly off topic but I just hope everyone
    really takes a look at this concept deeply. What is the nature of coils
    that are in parallel, you charge them and then you take away the power.

    Do you want a spike back or do you want an a magnetic field that
    lasts longer than it is "supposed" to.
    Hey Aaron,

    This post has cleared up a few questions I was contemplating about the RE applications available utilizing a trifilar coil in parallel.
    Three mains things arose:

    1.) This is the simple method to obtain low resistance in a small gauge
    wire and still retain the 500-1000 turns (depending on function)

    2.) Is this what Tesla is talking about in his books to achieve a coil with low
    resistance to pump in more RE due to the mutual induction cause by the
    expanding and collasping magnetic fields?

    3.) How much of the RE spike is achieved from this increased duration of
    the magnetic field and I have to explore this phenomenon further. Two
    gen coils with equal turns would investigate to peak voltage/time delay
    from the increased on time of the magnetic field .

    Regards
    Zero

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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    Time consuming

    Originally posted by dambit View Post
    Cheers Mate. I have put it aside for a while at the moment as I am very busy with work and some other projects. I will get back to it one of these days, and maybe tackle the task of impedance matching the coils... yay tonns of fun!
    Hey,

    Sounds like it will take a few long nights to match the impedance, all we
    can do is measure length, count turns, and hope all is even at the end
    I'm an Aussie too and will check out Jaycar for the 45A motor controller
    and buy a 1-4kg spool of small gauge wire.

    Keep in touch when you manage some free time to start experimenting
    with the G-Field Gen again.

    Regards
    Zero

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  • dambit
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    Cheers Mate. I have put it aside for a while at the moment as I am very busy with work and some other projects. I will get back to it one of these days, and maybe tackle the task of impedance matching the coils... yay tonns of fun!

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  • ZeropointEnergy
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    Nice

    Originally posted by dambit View Post
    Hi Timm,

    I have used 0.28mm wire for each of my coils. I haven't twisted them or done anything special. Each coil is a seperate trifilar setup with the wires joined at each end to form a parallel setup. Each coil is then connected to the next coil in a series setup. It is important that all the coils are wound in the same way, ie clockwise or cclockwise. Coils # 3 and 4 are then simply rotated upsidedown. Each coil has approximately 800 turns. The total resistance when they are all connected in series is 17.5 ohms

    I've attached a pic to make it clearer.

    As far as my mechanical problems go, I have ordered all the new parts and am now just waiting impatiently The stuff should arrive soon enough though.

    Cheers,

    Steve
    Hey Steve,

    I just seen your youtube clip and was very impressed, glad to see it replicated

    Regards
    Zero

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  • abdlquadri
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    solid state

    Listening to Open mind with Bill Jenkins recorded in the 80s. Some two guys called in and said they went solid state with this. I am guessing that will be easier to replicate. I do not know whether John Bedini was able to get the schematic.

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  • dambit
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    Great to know.

    I have once again put my kromrey machine aside for a little while. I have my final semester of study on at the moment so I'm too busy to tinker around in the shed at the moment. I will pick it up again in a few months though.

    Cheers,

    Steve

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  • penno64
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    Hi Steve,

    Jaycar were able to finally locate a PWM at one of the other stores and
    had it transfered back to Rydalmere.

    I have now assembled and tested the unit.

    Was a good build and I am now learning how to control things via the menus.

    Thanks.

    Penno

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  • Bill H
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    @penno64, Here is a link to another high current PWM motor control.
    I have bought from Q-KIts a fair bit and have no issues.

    QKits Electronic Kits: UK1133, 45A Digital DC PWM Motor Speed Controller

    Bill H.

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  • penno64
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    Hi Steve,

    Thanks for that.

    I'll latch one tomorrow.

    Kindest Regards, Penno

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