Thanks Nav, duly noted :thumbsup:
Re: H-bridge recommendations please.
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Here is something rather interesting though. On one of Stan's schematics that Petkov copied, the three phases of an alternator are modulated separately as apposed to the three phase signal going into Stan's 9 tube array. That particular signal in the 9 tube array arrives at the switches as a complex 3 phase signal on two wires, modulating such a signal with the variac can only be done as a denominator of three without distorting the signal and the reactance of the cell has to be 3 sets of tubes per phase. If the tau or gate is 3 seconds then it all ends in good tidy maths don't you think? Getting back to what Petkov did, rather than combining the phases into a single modulated signal, he separates the three phases of the car alternator and modulates them separately but gets the gate wrong. He ends up with a 0.2 amp pulse and his voltage is swinging far too high to fit into this technology. But isn't it all rather interesting that you have THREE phases, you have 9 tube sets which works out at THREE per phase and you have THREE seconds of tau? This means in the 9 tube array that each phase represents 3 tube sets and each phase is exactly one third of tau? What you've actually got in essence is an entire system working in conjunction with tau and absolute proof that any system you build starts with how it all fits mathematically into tau.
From this you can apply rules: Any tube set's reactance must be a denominator of tau. If you have three phases then you can have 9 tubes set arrays or 3 tubes set arrays. If you are working off a single phase then the reactance dictates that you must either have a single tube or 3 tubes.
Matt, Puharich has no pickup coil so he uses one secondary across ground through a resistor to PLL the modulator circuit. He does this because the system changes frequency at different stages of electrolysis and he wants it to remain resonant. His resonance is impedance matching the load to the source at all times.
But...forgetting the tau or gate for a minute or two lets discuss the VIC and cell relationship on Puharich's system. He has single phase and one cell which fits into the ratio rule of thumb above concerning the denominator of three which I stated. Because the carrier and modulation frequencies vary by such a large degree it would be impossible to match the cell to his VIC at one particular frequency. For example on Puharich's dry run in the patent, the carrier frequency is approx 66khz changing to between 1200 and 1800hz with a tiny amount of water touching the electrodes yet the system remains resonant. That tells you right away that the cell and VIC's relationship has nothing to do with normal LC resonance as we know it because the capacitive reactance of the cell and inductive reactance of the VIC would not tally at such a massive variance of drive frequency. Therefore we must assume that the relationship of the cell to the VIC in both Puharich and Stan's design is just pure reactance that is cancelling across a wide degree of frequencies. Stan states in his patent that adding more windings to his positive choke easily produces more voltage because the inductive properties of the choke and the capacitance in the windings are equally cancelling but he never mentions it's reactance to the cell if you do this especially at different frequencies. Stan's three phase 9 cell array modulated by a variac would be close to impossible the tune to those tubes across differing frequencies, it would be akin to tuning an antenna to a varying AM transmission without the use of automatic antenna tuner. So how are they doing it?
The answer is simple, Their systems are tuned to the carrier frequency 3980hz and no amount of change in the gate or modulation of the circuit can affect the fundamental carrier in any transmission line or otherwise. That is why Puharich in the picture you posted above Matt is actually PLLing the modulations and not the carrier. The system will be out of tune during the early part of the process and that is why both Stan and Puharich keep the voltages down in the early stages, then ramp it up as the system enters resonance.
So in essence to tune the cell to the VIC, you would have no standing waves between the two at 3980hz. To achieve this you can make the negative choke variable and test at very low voltage OR if you are using a bifilar choke arrangement in your system you would need to make the capacitive reactance of the cell variable with the introduction of a gamma match.
All Stated and understand the mechanistic but Remember we tune the circuit lc tank not the water
So Lets Advance this to be as short and precise as Possible
"All Stated and understand the mechanistic Remember we tune the circuit lc tank between L1 to Water Capacitor to 3980hz "
A 3.900 Khz audio choke can be used ? for low and a 4 khz for high ?
Time for video showing bubbles
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H bridge speed and adjustable gate offset on h bridge board timing adjust of electron extract
OK Noted, and Respected.
1)What I am Saying is we know to get a High performance yield from this new Fuel Gas we must employ extraction during the gate.
We are blessed than Stan explained this in details and patented it and it expired. Thank God as world has a chance.
2) We know that the faster the paulse and gate the better and more efficient the splitting of gas and extraction of electrons is in water and in air
(gas mixes or a gas)
3) We know there are some very nice fairly simple expessive laser drivers that do just that.
4) we now need to focus on the Daughter board gate control taking signal from inverted pulse with over layed superimposed gate , to transisitor /mosfest igbt etc.
5)Have that dump its electrons into a 9XD at a doable picosecond rate allows for the completion of this effect
Lets get it out there world is pushing.