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Cold Fusion / Re: Chiral polarization is the KEY to the LENR reaction
« on December 7th, 11:31 PM by Axil »
TheFutureIsNow
December 7, 2018 at 10:45 PM
Dear Andrea,
...
8) Have you attempted to utilize a laser inferometer setup to determine if any modification of the active vacuum of space near the QX/SK is taking place? If so, what were the results?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/White%E2%80%93Juday_warp-field_interferometer

Andrea Rossi
December 7, 2018 at 11:34 PM
TheFutureIsNow:
 ...
8- yes, but the results are confidential so far
Warm Regards,
A.R.

I had no idea that this experiment was possible, but Rossi ran it. This test might detect a disturbance in the vacuum is occurring, The posit that negative vacuum energy is being produced by the LENR reaction might show up in this test, also extracting energy from the vacuum might also be detected by this test.

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HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: Turns of primary vic coil.
« on December 7th, 10:14 PM by securesupplies »
Hi Matt , 

That is just a random example of what info we need to firm up the middle column is what I want to work with you all to try and fill out so we have
more standard picture of what the Round bobbin specs are 

Guess we have to calculate number tuns to give a ball park of in put and out pout of coil
I know Russ has one there did we already post resistance and voltage spec for it?

Can we try to work together to fill specs in  on middle column  which is blank now

With the Alloy Case Stan's Was pretty big too I post this pic with it so people can see

Dan
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evostars / Re: radiant switch
« on December 7th, 04:13 AM by Lynx »
A quick analysis of your circuit indicates that when the transistor is inactive the circuit  DC+ - L1a - Diode+B - capacitor1 - L2 - capacitor2 - Diode-B - L1b - DC- gets energized, so when the transistor is active it shorts out the diodes/capacitors/L2 part of the circuit and the current flows from DC+ - L1a - transistor -  L1b - DC-, leaving the charge in the capacitors nowhere to go given that the diodes blocks their (the capacitors) current path through the transistor.

By all means, if you have the time and the energy to it, feel free to point me in the right direction regarding your theory here, in this particular case/circuit, with regards to current paths, charging, discharging, back EMF's, etc etc.
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evostars / Re: radiant switch
« on December 7th, 02:38 AM by evostars »
nope...
capacitors charge up, wont discharge

maybe use tvs diodes to discharge?
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HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: Turns of primary vic coil.
« on December 7th, 01:22 AM by Matt Watts »
Dan,

I don't know where you found those specs, but they must be for a huge industrial VIC, not one like Stan had or that people here would attempt to build.
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HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: Turns of primary vic coil.
« on December 6th, 06:30 PM by securesupplies »
Matt 
From the years of guessing and working

Do we Have Ball Parks on the  KVA etc

BALL PARKS indications ok  so people have a direction on its power

Coil Performance
Out put  Levels
Voltage
Amps

Example Attached
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evostars / Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« on December 6th, 12:06 PM by evostars »
Voltage and current are in phase. they both become zero at the same time. Energy cant be created or destroyed. So when the magnetic (current) and dielectric (voltage) fields become zero, the energy MUST be transformed into another from.
Both current and voltage (in phase) are resonating with radiant energy, Induced by high voltage impulses.


https://youtu.be/J1wMalWqa7o
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HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: Turns of primary vic coil.
« on December 6th, 01:32 AM by Matt Watts »
I think you'll find you have to work backwards.  There seems to be an ideal transformer ratio between 1:4 and 1:6.  So you'll have to first figure out how many secondary turns you need and use that ratio to arrive at your primary number of turns.  For instance, if you determine 3000 turns is good for your secondary, the primary might work well at 500 turns.  Once you have the number of turns figured out, then you must impedance match against the DC resistance of that primary as you would with a transmission line.  The goal is to ensure you do not create unnecessary reflections between your driver and the primary coil.  You want the power delivered by the driver to be fully accepted by the primary.  So if your primary is 10 ohms, your driver should also be 10 ohms.

Now that you have ten ohms, you can see that you'll have 1.2 amps using a 12 volt source.  If your winding cannot handle 1.2 amps, start all over again.  My suggestion would be to consider using whatever voltage source works and don't stick yourself to only 12 volts.  The lower the voltage, the more tunable your system will be; higher voltage will have a very high Q-factor and be extremely difficult to tune.  Twelve volts seems to be a practical upper limit from what I can tell.  Going above this will almost certainly burn your secondary out.

HTH
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HHO / Browns Gas / Hydroxy / Stan Meyer / Re: Vic style 2 box 3d Print Files
« on December 5th, 09:18 PM by securesupplies »
From the years of guessing and working

Do we Have Ball Parks on the  KVA etc


BALL PARKS indications ok  so people have a direction on its power

Coil Performance
Out put  Levels
Voltage
Amps

Example Attached
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Nothing about ozone in my post,

Remember My Particular Focus is Stanley Meyers,

Yes the Above is pretty interesting if your studied in the art.

I did publish a video showing Tesla advanced by  Meyers
the answers are in there for both and it is interesting.

Here is a link https://youtu.be/mcD9TwL_hXo

" You have Eyes but you do not see" Stanley Meyer