Right here right now.
Learned a lot build some circuits, all based on resonance of the bifilar coil, and under influence of the works of Nelson Rocha.
Then took a turn, looked into radiant energy, and saw It hold an important key in understanding the works of Nelson Rocha.
He shared, he discharged a capacitor really fast to get his effects.
Found a book, read chapter 1 several times, and new what to do.
Build a solid state hairpin circuit. A modern version of a Tesla device that showed radiant energy.
The Key, was to use a capacitor discharge, that is very abrupt, short, and with no polarity reversal, and the discharged voltage should be negative. I suspected this a long time, And Nelson confirmed.
Bassicaly build a boost converter, with a n-mosfet and a bifilar coil. but its switching high side, and therfor needs a pulse transformer.
Learned al this by reading a lot, and pushing myself. And it works.
The negative inductive spikes are charging the 2 series capacitors (together 12nF) to -600V
Than a second mosfet is used to discharge the capacitors very shortly, around 60nS. also with a pulse transformer.
Inbetween the 2 series capacitors, Tesla used his stoutbar. But I placed a bifilar coil.
To cancel out the polarity reversals I placed a diode in parallel with the coil.
The effect is that the dielectric field of the bifilar coil (its strongest property is its increased capacity to store enrgy in its dielectrcic field), is suddenly changing voltage, creating a vacuum in the Aether.
This Impulse (not a 50%duty pulse, but 60nS impulse) is bringing a secondary, parallel stacked similar bifilar coil into resonance.
So far this was hard work to realise, but worth the effort.
First I tried -100 to -200V discharges, nothing special happend. than -325, still nothing, this was my max, due to the build in protection for the mosfets.
I decided to go Bold, and removed the TVS diodes protecting the mosfets. The mosfet could handle 650 V so I needed to be carefull.
I tuned it to -600V discharges, and things happened that didnt happen before.
Normally a resonant coil, is more or less in stand in reaching its maximum voltage, is my experience.
And normally, the resonant frequency is fixed. it doesnt just change, as it is depended on the inductance and the capacitance of the resonant coil.
I tuned the frequency of the coil Way down with 44nF (if I remember correct) in parallel. Much more than I useally used, but this was needed to get down low.
The stange thing, is when I tune into the resonant frequency, I expect it to stay fixed. but it didn't the frequency shifted. Also the maximum voltage dropped down. this al took a few seconds. Very strange.
Anybody seen this before?
After retuning, I noticed the same, and again and again, undtil I reached a much higher frequency. and voltage.
A rise in resonant frequency is normally related to less inductance, or less capacitance. So what is happening here?
If I than, after retuning several times, turnoff the system, and after a few seconds turned it back on, It was completely detuned again. I had to go way down in frequency, to find the resonant frequency again.
So What is this? It seems the radiant energy slowly builds up (also described in the book) and influences the resonant coil.
As if the radiant coil, creates a vacuum that sucks in the capacitance/charge of the resonant coil, mking it shift in energy to a higher resonant frequency.
I made a video of the effect.
after this, I played in another setting, and the voltage suddenly went way under the -650V mosfet maximum. And they are now killed. Luckily I have more. But maybe I need to look for an even higher rating.
So far so good! :shocked: