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, 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.


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