Nelson Rocha's devices

Matt Watts

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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Sounds easy until you attempt to draw this circuit out on a piece of paper.  I've spent many an hour trying to encompass all that is said here.

This is as close as I am able to get for the moment:


The "alternated AC" part still trips me up.

evostars

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
« Reply #51,  »
I wonder about the switching.
to get a short sharp discharge.
I think about a joule thief switch.
it also quickly opens and closes the transistor.

could the joulethief switch be operated by the current pulse that generates the back emf?

Matt Watts

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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You don't seem very convinced my circuit is correct or close to correct.   hehe.

Something to keep in mind is what the term "pulse" means.  Typically this term represents a voltage pulse which is much different than a current pulse.  Since I do not have a differential voltage probe for my scope at the moment, I can only show you what the current does.  It's this current we are really interested in anyway, hence the Current Amplified Resonant Circuit centered around L2.

evostars

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
« Reply #53,  »
ts not that i am not convinced.
Im just not getting it yet.

not enough info.
you say l2 is not resonant but it shows a sine, and you talk about the current amplified RESONANT circuit around L2?

it ist comming together in my mind what you are trying to do.

and i am in a very BAD mood. sick from allergies. so i better stop talking
 :deathstar:

Matt Watts

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
« Reply #54,  »
Quote from evostars on August 26th, 2017, 12:03 PM
and i am in a very BAD mood. sick from allergies.
Allergies aay?  Bad mood aay?

Don't suppose TPTB are trying to kill you?  They are you know and your allergies should be the first clue.  It's what happens when your body has been convinced/trained to attack itself for no reason.  There's a temporary solution:  ClO2   And once you get feeling better, you can help us smack the crap out of TPTB which is the permanent solution.

evostars

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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tptb? whats that?
i saw you chlorine dioxide thing tell me more
Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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the powers that be?

oh hell yes they try. but they have so little on me.

ClO2?

Matt Watts

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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Quote from evostars on August 26th, 2017, 02:29 PM
i saw you chlorine dioxide thing tell me more
ClO2?
Start here; if you have questions PM me.

evostars

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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Quote from Matt Watts on August 26th, 2017, 08:38 PM
Start here; if you have questions PM me.
Interesting, tnx. :thumbsup:

Matt Watts

Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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Consider this circuit.  It does look like it encapsulates the bulk of what Nelson has been saying to us.

The open ended tank circuit will take some time to comprehend, but if you think fields instead of electrons, you should be able to grasp its purpose.

BTW, Evo's gauss meter is clearly indicating current amplification.

My interpretation is the MOSFET stays mostly turned on and is only abruptly opened long enough to receive the back EMF from the L1 coil.  This dielectric field then propagates via the diode to the L2 tank where current amplification takes place.  The series diode connected to the drain of the MOSFET prevents this spike from finding its way back through the MOSFET since the spike has reverse polarity.  L3 then picks up the mixed magnetic field from L1 and the high dielectric field from L2 in a form we recognize as usable power output.

Final results are still yet to be determined.

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Re: Nelson Rocha's devices
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I have a strong hunch what's hiding in that glob of silicone sandwiched between the two blue single layer windings.



Pretty sure now it's capacitive.

Guessing this device has its roots in a transmission line.

If my theory is accurate, those two blue coils are the two legs of a transmission line.  The added capacitance between them increases permittivity which lowers the velocity factor, thereby allowing Nelson to strobe the transmission line while synthesizing a sine wave.  He keeps distance between the two windings such that their opposing magnetic fields do not cancel, then draws off closely from the sides the magnetic field via secondary windings coated with ferromagnetic paste which aides in attracting the flux.  This is likely the standard technique utilized in most all OU-like devices.  Nelson stated using pancake coils was his preferred geometry--adapting this concept into a conventional transformer geometry would be quite challenging, though Nelson was successful at it in his first Radiant Box device.

Nelson is one sharp cookie; maybe soon we'll know enough of his tricks to be dangerous.  In the meantime, consider the advantages of a delay line transformer--specifically how it is able to block counter EMF.  Also familiarize yourself with the advantage of reducing the velocity factor for this application.  Hint:  The speed of light is what makes us pay for putting and keeping energy in motion.  If you can't put energy in motion and do real work with it while you go do something else, your COP will always be less than one.