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Old 03-06-2017, 03:42 PM
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Working on the Self Excited System...

Hello to All,

Yesterday I made a Big Fat Coil...

Based on 20 awg, 1812 ft, (around 18 ohms resistance) and around 55 Turns per Layer, and a total of 37 Layers and the core is 1 1/2 in thick by 2 inches in length.

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And basically I am working first, on being able to achieve the exciter system to self sustain. Not concern at this point about Main Secondaries Output.

The two exciter Coils were the same one (1) inch long by 1 1/2 thick at 600 ft of 23 awg that I have tested before. And as seen on picture above...they are too small now, meaning, in Radial expansion compared to Fat Coil...

By giving 3600 RPM at 12V input to exciters, the Fat Coil could bank in DC with a Bridge rectifier over 60V.

However, when connecting Cap Bank to Source through a Diode at positive (->l +) to prevent charges to fly back to PSU....then slowly dialing PSU down...the Voltage can not keep on steady, it keeps coming down...gradually, and NOT FASTER than my dialing down, which is a good sign...means, it is retaining somehow...but still comes down.

And this tells me the Electromagnetic Field PULSES are STILL not strong enough in order to keep the system steady at 3600 RPM's or 60 Hertz when disconnecting PSU gradually.

And of course, if I increase PSU power, the Bank could get up to 100 Volts at 30V Input (and I do not want to go higher than 100V because Caps are rated right at 100V, but as I increase Input Banks keeps going higher)...However, it is NOT just a matter of STORED Increase being bigger than Input, BUT to INSTANT and CONSTANT POWER to be stronger delivered by the magnetic pulses, in order to keep up when we disconnect PSU.

I need to get the right RATIO of CONVERSION form steady 60 Hz Field Flashes or Pulses into Output power HIGHER DENSITY here, in order to achieve a Self Excited System.

Before I build bigger exciting coils, I am gonna try to add a couple of steel plates (of like 1/4 inch or bigger, whatever I can get my hands on...) as flares or "fenders" at the front of each exciter Core, in order to magnify field pulses into the Fat Coil.

And again, I am not trying to do "nothing out of this world" here...every Self Excited System Generator works this way, except, they use rotation force of the rotor field to achieve the field fluctuations...and we are using EMP's at same frequencies...so we need to get to a point where with a lower Input, we reach the right constant output power which later on would also Induce Secondaries.

"I have been here before" ...with my Repulsion Generator based on Permanent Magnets, where I had to keep increasing the strength plus number of magnets...However, if anyone have any suggestions would be appreciated.


My development continues...


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Old 03-06-2017, 05:46 PM
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Ufo,

Your coils looks really great!!!!. You may try this simple exciting system with just four diodes. I am sure you will get a much better result that the one I got with my coils. Give it a chance.

http://www.energeticforum.com/294156-post1483.html (you can do it without the resistor R, which is just used to add a DC bias)

Looping back the output with caps toward the exciters to look for self-sustaining operation seems to be a much more complicated test than just measuring the coil output.

I think that Doug told that you need a load consuming output power to see the desired effect. Maybe MM can confirm if I remember it right.

Good luck.
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Old 03-06-2017, 09:58 PM
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Ufo,

Your coils looks really great!!!!. You may try this simple exciting system with just four diodes. I am sure you will get a much better result that the one I got with my coils. Give it a chance.

http://www.energeticforum.com/294156-post1483.html (you can do it without the resistor R, which is just used to add a DC bias)
Thanks Hanon,

I do not have the set up right now to do that kind of testing, related to an AC Transformer to reduce at the suitable V and A.

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Looping back the output with caps toward the exciters to look for self-sustaining operation seems to be a much more complicated test than just measuring the coil output.
Not really complicated, it is the ONLY WAY to know if the Induced Power goes above the Exciter or Inducing Field(s) Magnitude and Fluctuations. Plus, also this will show the point of output where we have enough Induction Field as to go for the Secondaries.

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I think that Doug told that you need a load consuming output power to see the desired effect. Maybe MM can confirm if I remember it right.

Good luck.
Yes, and so, the Induced Coil supplying power to retro-feed Exciter Coils would act as a Load.

And what Doug said was that this system needs a "Phantom Load" to Operate properly, as he suggested it would be the "second secondary" which would always be retro feeding exciters, once we disconnect from the external source...and my "Fat Coil" is acting exactly as that...

Btw, I did a test with Ultra caps and it gives me much slower decay response which allows me more time to play with acceleration (RPM's) plus other adjustments, while showing increase-decrease by milli-volts accuracy of Caps on Digital Meters.


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Old 03-06-2017, 10:18 PM
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Phantom load

Hi Ufo,

It sounds to me like your y coil (the fatboy) is over twice what's needed for those primaries (N & S). Is it possible to access a coil turn on like layer 18? Cut and configure for 2 nearly identical y coils? Use the inner y coil for your phantom load (resistor) and the outer y coil to loop thru bridge rectifier and filter (cap).

Just an idea....

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Old 03-06-2017, 10:40 PM
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Hi Ufo,

It sounds to me like your y coil (the fatboy) is over twice what's needed for those primaries (N & S). Is it possible to access a coil turn on like layer 18? Cut and configure for 2 nearly identical y coils?
Hello Bistander,

Yes, agree with you, Fat Boy is too big for those exciting coils.

Yes, I do have access, it is just Tape and Copper...so, let me see if I understood, what you are saying is to cut at half way (leveling with Exciters end surface) and re make another coil with the upper end wires, starting from core right?

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Use the inner y coil for your phantom load (resistor) and the outer y coil to loop thru bridge rectifier and filter (cap).

Just an idea....

bi
I like the idea, now the inner coil and outer would go all at center between both primaries? then one with resistor (maybe a diode as well to enhance field) and just one to retro-feed exciter coils?

I was thinking to make a couple less fat coils and half the one I have (1 In length) and leveled to exciters, in order to test with the diagram I showed before which would render more output power.

This Fat Coil is one piece from start to end through all 2 inches length.


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Old 03-06-2017, 11:05 PM
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Split coil

Ufo,

I was trying to keep it simple. No winding. Just snip a turn on the end of fatboy about midway from tbe core to the outer layer (like layer 18).

So after you cut that mid turn, you have two wires. One will pair with the original start winding to give you both ends on the inner coil. The other wire left at the mid point pairs with the outer end winding on the original coil to give you both ends to the outer coil.

You can always reconnect to two mid wires and have your original fatboy single coil. Or you can use separately the inner and outer coils.

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Old 03-07-2017, 04:30 PM
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Ufo,

I was trying to keep it simple. No winding. Just snip a turn on the end of fatboy about midway from tbe core to the outer layer (like layer 18).

So after you cut that mid turn, you have two wires. One will pair with the original start winding to give you both ends on the inner coil. The other wire left at the mid point pairs with the outer end winding on the original coil to give you both ends to the outer coil.

You can always reconnect to two mid wires and have your original fatboy single coil. Or you can use separately the inner and outer coils.

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Hello Bistander,

Thanks, it was a great learning experience to perform that test!!

I broke like a mid layer and split it, so I will call Coil 1 to the inner one next to core and Coil 2 to Outer, exterior one.

I did Two Test with snubber diodes (fly-back) preventing negative spikes to get back to source, this way the square wave is neat, no spikes on scope...HOWEVER, all power drops down considerably as it will be shown on tests results below.

Sorry guys, but this fact above tells us that driving coils on this set up through electronic boards (Solid State) will definitively bring down your Output Levels result, as we will need all switching FET's to be protected by fly-back diodes...otherwise will be replacing them like there is no tomorrow...that is just my opinion...unless we develop some other way, where FET's could stand Primaries Coils back spikes without diodes from Pulsing Positive to Negative Source.


OUTPUT SPLIT COILS TEST:

Coil 1 (Inner) Resistance= 8.9 ohms
Coil 2 (Outer) Resistance=10.0 ohms

Input 20V / 0.4A and raises to 0.8 to 1.0 A whenever UNDER LOAD /3558 RPM's

AC OUTPUT RESULT WITHOUT FLY BACK DIODES:

Coil 1= 22.8V / 0.380A

Coil 2= 14.6V / 0.406A

AC OUTPUT RESULT WITH FLY BACK DIODES:

Coil 1 = 14.5V / 0.271A

Coil 2 = 9.5V / 0.260A

BOTH COILS IN SERIES WITH FLY BACK DIODES CONNECTED

Coil 1 + Coil 2 = 24.2V / 0.167A (AC)

BOTH COILS IN SERIES WITHOUT FLY BACK DIODES CONNECTED

Coil 1 + Coil 2 = 39.5V / 0.237A (AC)

Things to note about this tests:

I tested the fly back diodes, since the linear PSU kept bouncing analog meter needles, while the very rough protection system kept bumping on and off during tests...plus the Scope Signal was perfectly clean...but as you all could see...the Induction performance decays considerably by adding diodes on this set up.

Input Amperage raises whenever the Amp meter shorts out either coils, or when an incandescent bulb is connected, the increase is around 0.4 to 0.6 Amps. No matter if fly back diodes are or not connected.

One Coil is COMPLETELY DEPENDENT UPON THE OTHER related to INDUCTION OUTPUT. Meaning, if I connect a Bulb to Coil 1, and it is nicely bright...when connecting a second bulb to Coil 2 Both DIM OUT considerably...Like SUCKING ALL POWER FROM MAGNETIC FIELD when both are ON and OCCUPYING THE SAME EXACT SPATIAL VOLUME where Field is Fluctuating.

At least to me...this Tests told me a lot of things...as am sure you will also draw many conclusions.


Many thanks Bistander it was a great idea to do that!!


I will be uploading some pic's of the tests above and add them to this post later on...so keep refreshing page if you wanna see them...

PICTURE BELOW:FLY BACK DIODES ON, nice Scope Signal, very clean...Output= 13.3 V :

[IMG][/IMG]

FLY BACK DIODES OFF, SIGNAL SCRAMBLED BY SPIKES
(Compare V Meter results at left, Output= 20.6V, Same Input, same speed as Pic above...):

[IMG][/IMG]

NEAT SCOPE SIGNALS WITH DIODES ON...POOR OUTPUT RESULTS THOUGH:

[IMG][/IMG]

LINEAR PSU OUTPUT= A bit less than 20 V and like 0.3-0.4 A:

[IMG][/IMG]

Switching PSU providing Motor Supply to develop 3559 RPM's:

[IMG][/IMG]




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Old 03-07-2017, 07:24 PM
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Another idea

Signals to N and S coils phase shifted 90 degrees. (sinusoid)

First 1/2 stroke:.....Bottom Y-coil a magnetic N passes in left direction.
............................Top Y-coil a magnetic S passes in right direction.

Second1/2 stroke: Bottom Y-coil a magnetic S passes in left direction,
...........................Top Y-coil a magnetic N passes in right direction.

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Old 03-07-2017, 08:19 PM
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Another idea

Signals to N and S coils phase shifted 90 degrees. (sinusoid)

First 1/2 stroke:.....Bottom Y-coil a magnetic N passes in left direction.
............................Top Y-coil a magnetic S passes in right direction.

Second1/2 stroke: Bottom Y-coil a magnetic S passes in left direction,
...........................Top Y-coil a magnetic N passes in right direction.

Regards / Arne
Seaad,

NONE...but I mean not even one option would work.

Fields are completely DIRECTIONAL...FACE TO FACE.

Only way that "sideways" (90deg) would work...is If Field fluctuates or moves following or through the y core center line.

Keep trying...


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Old 03-07-2017, 08:26 PM
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It works! A first quick test real fysical transformer with center core = toroid gave 87%

PS. More thoroughly tests later shows that the efficiency factor is very high but never goes above 100%, just some percent below. Sad!
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Old 03-08-2017, 10:54 PM
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Test freq. 10 Khz with two sinus signals , 0 and 90 (91-92) degree phase shift.

Input1; . Vin1 4.73 V Iin1 25.95 mA IN1 phase 75.6 degree
Input2; . Vin2 4.73 V Iin2 26.14 mA IN2 phase 80.3 degree
Hi seaad,

You can't have 90 2-phase common ground. Need 4 wires. IIRC.... Was a long time ago when I used a 2-phase.

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Hi bi;
I'm splitting the incoming sinus signal to my 10 Watt stereo amplifier. One straight on and the other via a small cap (C/R) and an extra adjustable amplifier making one of the signals to be delayed about 92. Two signals out 0 + 90 and one common ground (G + G).
Makes four wires going to the contraption.

https://electricalnotes.wordpress.co...f-transformer/
Se pic: 2Phase three wire

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Hi bi;
I'm splitting the incoming sinus signal to my 10 Watt stereo amplifier. See pic. One straight on and the other via a small cap (C/R) and an extra adjustable amplifier making one of the signals to be delayed about 92. Two signals out 0 + 90 and one common ground (G + G).
Makes four wires to the contraption.

Regards / Arne
Hi seaad,

OK, but you get fluctuating ground potential or something weird like that. There was a good reason they used to run 4 wires from isolated coils on generators to get the 2-phase 90.

So when you show all measurements to ground, both input and output, the common ground could alter accuracy. Neat to see what you're doing but a bit far from Figuera. It might motivate someone with a mechanical part G to try your coil/core arrangement.

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A user in OU.com forum has posted this:

Re-Inventing The Wheel-Part1-Clemente_Figuera-THE INFINITE ENERGY MACHINE

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Old 04-13-2017, 05:02 PM
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To all.


Here's something to think about.
I found the writings of Joseph Cater highly interesting,especially his theories on electricity and magnetism.

He says that when a coil is pulsed with dc with no reversals of the current, then the coil has no impedance.
Just the same resistance as a straight piece of wire.
This would imply that we should be winding our coils with more turns for a stronger magnetic field.

He also says that for an iron core, there's a critical point in ampere-turns where just a small increase will
put out a very strong magnetic field. A gauss gauge would come in handy for finding this point.
By adding more turns, this could also mean that we could use less amperage to drive the coils.
Less amps means smaller wire. Smaller wire means the outer layers are closer to the core for better efficiency.
Of course less amps would also mean we could use much lower wattage resistors (if that's the way you want to go).

I'm sure Figueras already had this all figured out.

Let's get this thread back on track!
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Is the Input/Output voltage of Figuera's original device known?

Also the device reminds me of this:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halbach_array
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