radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge

evostars

radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge
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Made a variation in the solid state hairpin circuit.
removed the diode from the L2 center coil, to be able to resonate it.
Moved charging cap between coil and ground (series)
also moved the diode giving the inductive spikes.

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newfile18 full3 stack, but resonant L3 coil shorted out. 32.3Vdc 1.29A(!) mosfets hot (discharged most hot). 178.7kHz probes 10:1

newfile19 Removed L1 magnetic pulsed coil from stack. only L2 L3 coupled. 0.26A 32.3Vdc 45.42kHz mosfets hot (from cap discharge (bad idea, to discharge without coil). somehow discharge looks less linear.
Almost no resonance in L3 (tuned with 20nF parallel)

Bad setup. move cap to the high side of the coil (still series)

caps used in L2 are both 10nF (series and parallel)
cap L3 20nF parallel

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Re: radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge
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Circuit 3,
I had this one before I made circuit 2.
Circuit 3 did some intersting things (resonated from inductive spikes alone). need to rebuild it, and retest, and write it all down. And see if it will produce better resonance, when the pulsed coil is away, and only L2 and L3 are coupled.

L1=pulsed magnetic coil
L2=series parallel resonant, disruptive discharged coil
L3 tuned resonant coil

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Re: radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge
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had contact with Nelson
Series cap definitive needs to be between coil L2 and ground. The inductive spike brings the coil into resonance

The ground has a big question mark, for it is not a positive or negative ground, but a floating/fluctuating ground.
Part of an extended circuit, probably based an the work of barbosa an leal (electron trap).

Series cap should be disruptive discharged.

Sometimes I feel close, and then yet it is revealed, to be much more complex. It will be simple when understood....

It seems, the resonant L2 coil, and the series capacitor is part of a circuit, that creates a rotating current loop. A charge pump.
This will need to be develloped... but
First,
I will stick to the disruptive discahrge, and see what it can deliver

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Matt Watts

Re: radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge
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Let me reiterate two key elements:

1.  Floating ground (SM TPU, Joseph Newman)
2.  Rotating current loop (SM TPU & probably most others)

This current loop will setup the conditions for a negative inductor where electrical energy can be harnessed.  The thing to keep in mind is that when you apply a load in series with this current loop, you must ensure the resistance is low enough to not kill the effect.
Quote from evostars on September 6th, 04:18 AM
had contact with Nelson
This is very encouraging.  Nelson knows the tricks and how to implement them.

evostars

Re: radiant bifilar coil setup 2 experiments series parallel resonance/discharge
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look at my new topic nelson shared his circuit