new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha

evostars

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #300,  »
the mosfet does not get hot anymore, so i guess the parallel Mur1660CT now does all the work. this could mean i can make c2 lower (before it created a bump, as the body diode wasn't fast enough).

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #301,  »
This Is the spike neslon produced in L2. very low frequency due to his oscillator restrictions.
24885 Hz = 40.23 uS per period. quarter wave is 10.05 uS duration. Spike looks like a quarter wave duration (a little less even).
So much longer than the less than 1uS I'm aiming for. 

Quarter wave duration makes sense, as it combines with the current for maximum time, in L3
And prolonging the spike duration, does make it able to really line up the positive and negative spike on both ends of L2.
The only "but" is that it probably isnt a radiant energy event anymore. Where is the excess energy coming from?
But hey. if it works, it works...

one more but, to get the spike high in voltage, but longer in duration, would suggest higher input amperage.

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Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #302,  »
made c2 smaller from 5n to 2nF negative spike is little shorter in duration. not much still 1700nS

then tried prolinging positive spike by increasing c1.
that doesnt work... only reduces voltage max, but not making it longer.

so is this really the mechanism for producing  the spike I wonder...
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #303,  »
just took out c3(635nf) didn't make any difference. that cant be good
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #304,  »
just physically reversed l1 and L2/L3
so now L3 is again in the middle

neg spike gave bump, so added 1nf to make it 3nf (c2)

current draw is up, and spike is larger.

still gives a positive spike in L3
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #305,  »
added 1nf to c1 making it 2nF.
made the spike longer duration and lower max voltage.
also lower current draw

also saw bump again so increased c2 with 1nf making it 4nf this also again increased max voltage if pos spike.

Lynx

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #306,  »
Thanks for your time in this, love the inspiration it gives :thumbsup2:

evostars

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #307,  »
Quote from Lynx on December 2nd, 2018, 09:07 AM
Thanks for your time in this, love the inspiration it gives :thumbsup2:
Thanks, but I'm done.
going to work on other stuff.
got plenty ideas for radiant energy stuff.

I got everything working but... it gives no results...
Nelson won't advice
so...
no more spending time on this one

Matt Watts

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #308,  »
That sucks evostars.  I was really hoping Nelson would stay in touch and keep pace with you.  Maybe he'll pop back on the scene after some time.  Hard to say.  Have no idea how much pressure he may be under.

evostars

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #309,  »
he's just being himself Matt, he was visiting his family, read my emails but didn't reply...

I keep thinking I didn't tune l3 properly.
I did several test with caps but if its a high q resonance, then it would be life and death between 1nF.and thats what Nelson has indicated.

and i probably need to test on both sides of l2. hell of a job if you make 1nf increments... but doable

but noy now. first going to work on my own stuff
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #310,  »
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
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #311,  »
here is some more of the confusing words of Nelson Rocha, for those interested :

You must understand that an electromagnetic field collapse will create magneto-electrostatic energy or negative energy or radiant energy choose what you like more . Have much high density current, and much less resistance. Is a fast wave , só need to be excited with the push in the positive period of wave to have field collapse and in field compression.
True Radiant energy is ac from two pancake bifilar coils that collapse and pulse to create a pure sine wave and become self-resonating system, that push current back and forth when is working properly The third coil is the collecting coil.


I am really sick and tired of these vague descriptions.

Matt Watts

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #312,  »
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
You must understand that an electromagnetic field collapse will create magneto-electrostatic energy or negative energy or radiant energy choose what you like more.
Longitudinal Magneto Dielectric waves.  LMD waves.   Much different than Transverse Electro Magnetic waves,  TEM waves.

Still think Nelson is referring to a torridal shaped wave that is produced naturally by these pancake coils.

It's these different shaped wave fronts that completely change the whole concept of resonance.  Some places in the circuit there is resonance via TEM and other places via LMD.  In order to have resonance, you must have an oscillation and an oscillation typically comes by way of feedback.  So what's really needed to fully understand Nelson's circuit is to know where in the circuit the different wave types present themselves.  The simple test to identify which type of wave you are dealing with is the Faraday Cage--TEMs are blocked; LMDs are not.

haxar

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #313,  »Last edited
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
You must understand that an electromagnetic field collapse will create magneto-electrostatic energy or negative energy or radiant energy choose what you like more . Have much high density current, and much less resistance.
High enough/dense currents (TEM) at collapse, in a self-resonating AC circuit (TEM), will produce impulses (LMD) at the desired amount.

TEM == currents (AC/DC) == lesser than speed of light
LMD == impulses (electrostatic) == at speed of light
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
Is a fast wave , só need to be excited with the push in the positive period of wave to have field collapse and in field compression.
Impulses (LMD) are fast at the speed of light. Currents (TEM) are lesser than the speed of light.

Nelson here may be referring to the trigger. Having an "excited" "push" in a positive period of an AC sine wave (TEM) to trigger the collapse of the currents (TEM), and therefore produce the impulses (LMD)?
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
True Radiant energy is ac from two pancake bifilar coils that collapse and pulse to create a pure sine wave and become self-resonating system, that push current back and forth when is working properly The third coil is the collecting coil.
Nelson is operating the L1 & L2 pancake bifilar coils in a self-resonating AC circuit (TEM), and when the AC circuit collapses its currents via the trigger, it therefore produces impulses (LMD). L3 is used as the impulse (LMD) collector coil.
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
push current back and forth when is working properly
Clearly, Nelson's circuit is a self-resonating AC circuit (TEM).
Quote from evostars on December 19th, 2018, 01:08 AM
I am really sick and tired of these vague descriptions.
Narrow it down to two wave types, currents and impulses, then it's easier to see. :myoda:

Radomir

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #314,  »
Quote from evostars on December 4th, 2018, 09:01 AM
he's just being himself Matt, he was visiting his family, read my emails but didn't reply...

I keep thinking I didn't tune l3 properly.
I did several test with caps but if its a high q resonance, then it would be life and death between 1nF.and thats what Nelson has indicated.

and i probably need to test on both sides of l2. hell of a job if you make 1nf increments... but doable

but noy now. first going to work on my own stuff
Hey evostars
Good decision man. Better to follow yourself not to listen so called SPG "self proclamed guru".
Guru didn't replied simple because he doesn't know what to reply, what to say. He has no clue in mind, and this is due to his own lack of experience.

Regards
Radomir
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
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Guru quote "magneto-electrostatic energy" :shocked:

This is biggest absurd i I had heard for last 50 years. Really. :P
There is no such energy - mixed soup bowl of Not Understandable terms.

There are exist magetic, electric, electro-magnetic and electrostatic energies - not soup bowl energy mix.

I have seen haxar have right and 100% correct conclusion.

There take place energy transformation from T.E.M to L.M.D. in some special conditions. One is known as interference of two coincident opposing (180 degree phase shift) T.E.M. waves. Also worth for two optical coherent waves properly phase shifted.
Full energy transform would occur and as result you will get pure LMD wave. LMD wave is also known as Longitudinal Scalar Wave. You should know that LMD have nature of magnetic field, but not as usual vectorial transverse magnetic. It is a Scalar. Also LMD has bipolar nature. It menas looking from point of negative moving charge, an electron as material particle, in direction of charge movement LMD has negative sign, while from back side of charge in movement has positive sign. Behaviour of LMD is totaly different in all apsects from vectorial T.E.M.
 
For example on of his unknown properties is ability to speed up charges in the vicinity of negative sign LMD field, while slowing down same charge in the visinity of positive sign LMD or positive sign Scalar Magntic Field. LMD is pure scalar magnetic wave, very special kind. LMD is also known as Second (hidden) Magnetic Field.

If you got plans to continue with own research try two opposite wounded Tesla's pancake coils, try striking two opposite T.E.M waves, keeping constant phase shift. 3rd pickup coil or test conductor should be placed at 90 degree to the 1st and 2nd coil, because L.M.D. running from the centers of both in axiall direction. Also you could try 3rd solid state conductor also placed axially to previus two instead of pickup coil. Maybe worth to place conductor with some running small dc current in upper vertical half of space above the pancake coils and meassure whats will happen when you hit running current with clean LMD wave. Keep in mind LMD coudn't be shielded with any type of known shields, nor even Faraday shield. It is very special, extremely speed superluminal wave with giant penetration abiliy. Also has big  influencet at biological entities.

That's all for now. Keep up the good research. :)
Best regards
Radomir

Matt Watts

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #316,  »
Some good ways to look at things Radomir.  Thanks for posting.

A thought that comes to mind when thinking about longitudinal waves is a simple pool table.  What happens when pool balls collide?  Now add a concept of polarity with direction--sort of like forward and back spin an the cue ball.  I have a feeling a lot of the same kinematic-type physics apply here as well.  The hardest part is timing since LMD waves are so fast, but I'll bet we can still work around that with distance so that things happen in the proper place at the proper time.

evostars

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #317,  »
Quote from Radomir on December 19th, 2018, 12:11 PM
Hey evostars
Good decision man. Better to follow yourself not to listen so called SPG "self proclamed guru".
Guru didn't replied simple because he doesn't know what to reply, what to say. He has no clue in mind, and this is due to his own lack of experience.

Regards
Radomir
SPG lol

I'm starting to think he indeed doesn't know what he says. he keeps being vague, it makes no sense.

2 options.
1 he really doesnt't understand.
2 he understands, but wants to delay the discovery process.
My bet is on 1. but still he seems to be able to get it working... So that would make option 2 more valid.
maybe its both...
anyway. I have other stuff to work on,

Thx haxar and Matt for the input.

Matt Watts

Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #318,  »
Quote from evostars on December 20th, 2018, 07:52 AM
Thx haxar and Matt for the input.
I wish I could say something that would lead you in the right direction.  I watched again some of Nelson's videos and they still seem like magic, especially that one where he touches a bulb on anything metal and it lights up.  He opens the box for less than a second to take a peek and there is practically nothing in there.

Maybe it's Chi--his body just gives off energy and anything around him is able to collect it.  Not sure what to think.

evostars

some ideas
« Reply #319,  »
make stainless steel discharge setup, to show green spark.

make c5 big so there is no resonance, like a real hairpin circuit. see what the spikes are able to do, with:
insence
aluminum foil
fire (plasma)

make c5 smaller, match c6 without a load. If voltage in l3 gets really high, use sparkgap to limit voltage (and see green?)

if effect is noticed, is there a direction? positive=suction negative =pressure?
what about distance?

remove c1 and c2 gives fastest impulse?


how to tune?
« Reply #320,  »
l2 is series resonant with c5

l3 is parallel resonant with c6

l3 and l2 are coupled.

how do I tune l3 and l2 to the same resonant frequency?

if c5 is kept constant, and c6 is changed, to a smaller capacitance,
the resonant frequency of l3 will rise.

but... due to being coupled, the resonant frequency of l2 also changes.

tuning might be achieved by changining c6 and the pulse frequency.

Or, by changing c5 and keeping c6 constant. And keep retuning until the system is resonant (max voltage).

attached, a photo of 3 bifilar coils. 2 of them are distanced by a white dielectric material. I intend to use castor oil.

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Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #321,  »
increasing c6 lowers the resonant frequency of both coils

the same for c5.

if the resonant frequency is to be kept stable, one cap should become bigger while the other becomes smaller.

the resistant load on l3 increases the resonant frequency. to compensate for this, c6 should become bigger.

this also lowers the resonant frequency of l2, so c5 should become smaller.

Trying to find logic in all if this is hard

to many variables...
use positive ir negative impulse side of l2?

distance between the coils?

looks like the l2 coil is also distanced in itself (blue with white). as if its made from 2 bifilar coils, connected in series with a white dielectric in between them.
one half gets the negative impulse,
while the other gets the positive, giving a large impulse over the white dielectric (see previous post photo)
New distanced L2 coil
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Quote from evostars on October 3rd, 2018, 04:06 AM
I bought 0.4mm2 speaker wire same quality as the 0.75mm2 I used for L1 and L2. 
L3 is going to build with 0.4mm2 to get more windings.

I want them to be equal mass, so I'll need more lenght of 0.4mm2.
I stripped 40cm of both wires, and weight the bare copper.

0.4mm2   40cm = 2.89 gram
0.75mm2 40cm = 4.86 gram

I used 10m for L2 so thats,  (4.86/40)*1000=121.5 gram copper
121.5/2.89=42,04... pieces of 40 cm for L3
42.04...*40=1681,66... cm =16.82 meter for L3


Big diameter old FNR speaker wire: 10cm=7.20gram
121.5/7.20=16,875 pieces of 10cm  is 1.69 meter wire... that short is that right?
Going to make a split coil of 0.4mm2
basically 2 bifilar coils, with a dielectric in between, and series connected.
Will keep it equal mass, so use 0.4mm2 wire, 16,82 meters total. thats 8,41M per coil
Have thought of making itas in the drawing of the patent but wont work.
Already did a test with 2 coils in series, and it works. but now, will make it equal mass. Will also give a bit more resistance, but thats ok, It will lign up the positive impule (c5 side tuned by c1) with the negative discharge (c4 side, tuned by c2)
This coil wil be the new L2 coil. the distance would make it posiible to accelerate the Aether better between the positive ansd negative (in the dielectric) also th eL3 (load) would be more separated from the L1 pulsed coil
Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #323,  »
I love it hiw easy these bifilar pancake coils are made with a bit of hotglue and speaker wire.

I only glued one side, so i can make a proper dielectric in between them.

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Re: new oscillator circuit shared By Nelson Rocha
« Reply #324,  »
I made the center hole equal size to the hole of the 0.75mm2 l1 and l3.
 so the outer diameter is smaller.

Now for the dielectric.
I have castor oil. Back in the days of Tesla he would soak cotton in castor oil and wrap it around the windings.
I think it might work.

but maybe  there is a better way.

Or not...
cotton balls or cloth, soaked in castor oil, and  sandwiched between the 2 coils, then seal it with... string? parafin?

man this is going to be messy.

luckily the castor oil is pretty viscous. thick.

or parafin... melt it, stick the coils in with a prefixed distance.
What is the dielectric constant (=K) of parafin?

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