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As far as reference data here is a good place to start.
Also notice on the core selection they show N67, that's good news for us!
The VIC is meant to produce a unipolar pulse across the cap. This is stated in nearly all of Stan's documents. Parasitic components such as leakage inductance and distributed capacitance can cause the coil to output AC.
This is one reason for the high resistance wire in the injector VIC.
The bifilar windings cause the coils to have a high distributed capacitance. To prevent the coils from producing AC they must be damped. This cannot be done by adding a resistor in series to the coils since the coils inductance and the coils capacitance form a parallel tank. So the resistance must be designed as a component of the wire. The damping factor is critical in this coil design. If not correct AC will result. There are actually quite a few components which can cause the coil to produce AC, but the two which contribute most are the leakage inductance and distributed capacitance.
Stanley Meyer: PATENT WO 92/07861 page 6
“In the invention, the water capacitor is subjected to a duty pulse which builds up in the resonant charging choke coil and then collapses. This occurrence permits a unipolar pulse to be applied to the fuel cell capacitor. When a resonant condition of the circuit is locked-in by the circuit, amp leakage is held to a minimum as the voltage which creates the dielectric field tends to infinity.
Turns are a design variable that controls the voltage of the unipolar pulses sent to the capacitor.
The pulse to the water capacitor is always unipolar.
The diode is an electronic switch that determines the generation and collapse of an electromagnetic field to permit the resonant charging choke(s) to double the applied frequency and also allows the pulse to be sent to the resonant cavity without discharging the ‘capacitor’ therein.”
Re-read above text again very carefully.
A few years back a ran a test of a choke coil.
First I didn't know what it meant "resonant charging choke coils", but now a do!
Gate tunes the charge rate of the choke coil and when pulse is OFF, the choke discharge itself into the WFC in the form of a UNIPOLAR PULSE.
Resonance is when the PLL generates a AC signal on the secondary coil.
Choke turns count controls the voltage amplitude Vmax of the unipolar pulses send to the WFC. But you have to tune on this with the gate signal (duty cycle).
The core magnetic pulsing field is very important, this couples all the coils!
You have to ask yourself a few questions:
Does a capacitor block DC or AC or both?
Does a choke block DC or AC or both?
A capacitor blocks DC.
A coil blocks AC?
Let me know what You think, how this signal from the choke looks like.
I have a scope shot to show You this if I have a few answers.