Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside

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Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer  "Step-Charging"
by Tony Woodside

There are thousands of people building and replicating now particulary from Hydrogen hot Rodders ,
Drift Rally and New Evolution Racers Builders  which is great .

We see here a Circuit from Tony presenting a alternate view of the pule gate
I encourage all to join in

As Follows  Posted from Tony Woodside Direct
Dan

"Here ya go guys. This is based on Stan's design as represented in his patent. It's a simplified circuit for his "Step-Charging". Cheers!

I'm about to build a circuit based on Stan's patents and notes. It's the main part of the step charging circuit that people have missed. Everybody thinks that step charging is an effect that happens, but it's not. Step charging was a forced oscillation."

Notes from a offline group
 I see there is a slight mistake on the transformer's 5 secondary coils' circuit connected summation..
Tony Woodside Yes the transformer secondary coils will be connected differently, this is just a simplified version and had to be made this way for simulation proposes.
Nice work

Webmug

Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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I really need to reply on this post!


Because this circuit has nothing to do with step charging. All it does is adjusting the voltage amplitude from the input transformer to force voltage potential at a load.


The 5 coil VIC uses the step charging as seen in my scope shot from the output of the VIC transformer.
By keeping the input voltage amplitude constant it rises the voltage potential.


http://open-source-energy.org/?topic=1961.msg51875#msg51875


~webmug

patrick1

Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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i need a vagina circuit with add'ed complexxity
Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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oh fark today i expoded my hho cell ;-D. *grins,  it had a vent hole, the size of a hose pipe, - so i lit it, and ummmm,  it blew the bottom off a 150mm pvc stormwater pipe cell,  - glued with the blue stuff ;-DDD  wtf.. -  i thought that was nuclear bomb safe.......  dont worry, little blood.

Matt Watts

Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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No worries mate.

Those ringing ears and missing fingers are all part of the research.

 :rofl2:

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Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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Gunther Rattay

Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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@securesupplies
hopefully you can understand that tony woodsides pulsing circuit above does nothing for resonant action in a WFC. So webmug's response is highes quality resonse to your thread!

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Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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Precisely , suggest you slow down and re think
Amplitude with a Gate

Dan

patrick1

Re: Simplified circuit for Stanley A Meyer "Step-Charging" Tony Woodside
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im still trying too set something more explosive in motion

fancy tearing a hole in the bottom of my chamber.  gotta be careful with that stuff.

*ambles off for fish and chips*

Also Gents* thx for the tip on capacitive coupling...   i thought i had something not as good. -   i was aiming for steve marks principles.  - and found them by mistake with my real earth, when all i needed was a virtual earth.

pain is bad.  at least my sentences kind of make sence.  pictures tella  few words.