What i am saying is there is nothing about Stan's Vic or Cell that is fixed in value, it is all variable with the right knowledge. It all can be controlled, to output the most power to the cell and it's only limitations is that of the designed of it all. The more design flaws you have in it the less power you have to the cell, the less power you have the less gas you will be able to create (If any gas at all.) But with the right design it can be scaled up or down from Stan's Vic and number of cells. But you are correct in what your saying but when you have chokes involved on both sides of the secondary things start to get messy real quick as far as the cell goes. I'm not getting into the different frequency's of the coils and harmonics of them, Nav has done a wonderful job explaining all that in his post. All I am trying to say is you have to get rid of all coil resistance of the wire also in order to truly impedance match the secondary side to the cell, canceling out the inductors and capacitors at the right frequency want cut it. There is still resistance in the wire of the coils that has to be dealt with. In Stan's Vic you have 3 coils of wire that has 70 ohms or more in each one of them and also 1 that has 11 ohms all on the secondary side. Question is what are you going to do with all that resistance that is in the wire? Frequency and Duty cycle will never get rid of it. So what method are you going to use to deal with it to match it to the cells? The answer is hidden in the number (10).
Re: Stans VIC finally reverse engineered and ready to build.
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