Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)

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Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Just a quick update, the control box is finished, got the wiper arm in, finished wiring it up and the toggle switches are in. Used high voltage transmission line from the positive choke to the SO239 to stop any arcing between the negative choke and the positive choke output.
Matt I wasn't sure how to configure the secondary so I build the secondary to Andrija Puharich's design of a bifilar with open ended configuration but if the left toggle switch is in the on position it switches the secondary into a Stan Meyer closed circuit design, I figured best of both worlds like you said. The other toggle switch when in the on position deploys the high speed diode but in the off position bypasses the diode and replicates Andrija Puharich's design. This way I can play with four different configurations with the two switches.
Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Matt, Gunther, Ronnie, Webmug, Russ, Ris and Andy, plus all the other guys I've exchanged ideas with, this is a work in progress that i'm just about to start testing at the weekend but I won't be posting results here as this will be my last post here. Place has turned into a Government institution. Laters.

Matt Watts

Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Quote from nav on July 25th, 2018, 02:40 PM
Matt, Gunther, Ronnie, Webmug, Russ, Ris and Andy, plus all the other guys I've exchanged ideas with, this is a work in progress that i'm just about to start testing at the weekend but I won't be posting results here as this will be my last post here.
I for one would surely like to see your continuing progress.  Pretty sure Lynx would too.
Quote from nav on July 25th, 2018, 02:40 PM
Place has turned into a Government institution.
I didn't get the memo Nav.  If true, I'll be right behind you.

Alberto

Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Nice project...
I hope you`ll get more gas with it
than i got from my lawton-circuit
or Arduino VIC-resonator.
Please remember the power of open-source...

Gunther Rattay

Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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I think it´s useful to add Puharich´s circuit diagram and information about reaction chamber here for illustration and better understanding:

http://www.rexresearch.com/puharich/1puhar.htm
Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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The one thing i don´t understand in the circuit is the open windings part upper left corner in secondary transformer side:


Lynx

Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Quote from Gunther Rattay on July 29th, 2018, 12:55 AM
The one thing i don´t understand in the circuit is the open windings part upper left corner in secondary transformer side:
I'd like to say that apart from that open winding I likewise don't really understand the lower left winding, with it's end going to the resonance sensing resistor to serve as a feedback for the preamp, given that it's an isolation transformer.

Apparently the open end is vital for proper operation of the cell, so if it works it works, then I'm happy.

Matt Watts

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Quote from Lynx on July 29th, 2018, 01:02 AM
Apparently the open end is vital for proper operation of the cell, so if it works it works, then I'm happy.
You'll see similar open-ended windings in many of the Russian circuits floating around the Internet.  These are what I call "coil/caps" and are a method to create what is known as a negative inductor.

This guy was an absolute master of flipping everything inside out.  Through the rumor mill I heard he developed a "negative resistor" that actually powers at least one of the Navy's missile systems.  Truly energy from the vacuum.

Lynx

Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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Quote from Matt Watts on July 29th, 2018, 02:06 AM
You'll see similar open-ended windings in many of the Russian circuits floating around the Internet.  These are what I call "coil/caps" and are a method to create what is known as a negative inductor.

This guy was an absolute master of flipping everything inside out.  Through the rumor mill I heard he developed a "negative resistor" that actually powers at least one of the Navy's missile systems.  Truly energy from the vacuum.
So how close to a negative resistor would a negative inductance be then?
Re: Step charge being born and mastering TAU (video)
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In electronics, negative resistance (NR) is a property of some electrical circuits and devices in which an increase in voltage across the device's terminals results in a decrease in electric current through it.[4][5]

This is in contrast to an ordinary resistor in which an increase of applied voltage causes a proportional increase in current due to Ohm's law, resulting in a positive resistance.[6] While a positive resistance consumes power from current passing through it, a negative resistance produces power.[7][8] Under certain conditions it can increase the power of an electrical signal, amplifying it.
Source https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negative_resistance

I must confess that I haven't really checked out negative resistance before.