advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit

patrick1

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #75,  »
its a sweedish thing

evostars

Literally sick from tuning
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tried tuning around 158khz.
now im sick. radiation symptoms.
diarea, nausea
need to recover. and tune much lower

used 1.25uS -550v to - 600v impulses
duration might also be of influence

add: vomiting
 :offtobed:

theory is the fields influence the voltage level of the body.
the voltage level of the body is represented in pH.
If to much negative voltage is added to the body, the pH levels go way up (base, not acidic).
The cells im the body react to a to high pH with opening up and releasing their content.
Hence the diarea.

Don't quote me on this, it's just what I read and remembered.

Lynx

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #77,  »
Quote from evostars on June 4th, 12:16 AM
tried tuning around 158khz.
now im sick. radiation symptoms.
diarea, nausea
need to recover. and tune much lower

used 1.25uS -550v to - 600v impulses
duration might also be of influence

add: vomiting
 :offtobed:

theory is the fields influence the voltage level of the body.
the voltage level of the body is represented in pH.
If to much negative voltage is added to the body, the pH levels go way up (base, not acidic).
The cells im the body react to a to high pH with opening up and releasing their content.
Hence the diarea.

Don't quote me on this, it's just what I read and remembered.
This is really good to know, it's just unfortunate that you had to be the research subject to find this out yourself.

Stay safe Evo, perhaps some Faraday cage or maybe even a "Faraday curtain" could do the job of keeping radiation and the likes away from yourself?

evostars

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #78,  »
Quote from Lynx on June 4th, 08:44 AM
This is really good to know, it's just unfortunate that you had to be the research subject to find this out yourself.

Stay safe Evo, perhaps some Faraday cage or maybe even a "Faraday curtain" could do the job of keeping radiation and the likes away from yourself?
Faraday cage won't work with longitudinal pressure.

I hope more people are replicating, so we can learn from each other and move faster/safer.

Lynx

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #79,  »
Quote from evostars on June 4th, 09:21 AM
Faraday cage won't work with longitudinal pressure.

I hope more people are replicating, so we can learn from each other and move faster/safer.
Well then if you could find something that which keeps you safe while experimenting with this, then that itself could mean that you've found another piece of the longitudinal puzzle.

Maybe connect a rotary potentiometer to a hamster wheel and observe the hamster from a distance while assessing how effective potential such longitudinal shields seems to be? :-D ;-)

evostars

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #80,  »
Feeling great again. still bit low on energy but food and rest will do the rest.

plan on making more equal coils.
but no tuning for now.
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #81,  »
Made a third coil, to use as L1. Now L1 L2 and L3 are all equal new coils.
Friend of mine gave the tip to use 36kHz:
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tune the coils at resonance for 36 Khz ,all Tesla Oudine   and other healing machine work with this frequency.
For me that's a pretty low frequency, will need several hundred nF of tuning capacitance.
radiant sparkgap
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To give me enough time to recover fully, I started a little side project.

I have been wanting to do this for a while.

discharge the back emf of L1 through a spargap.

I made a sparkgap with some needles for very low voltages (see photo). I can have sub millimeter sparkgaps. 3000V per mm is normal, so 600v= 0.2mm

I can add a fast diode and a capacitor for more power,  if needed.

also steam can be used for better air conductance

The Idea is to see if the colour of the spark is different (than positive back emf).

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Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #83,  »
got a - 900v back emf, but doesn't spark over.
It does create a tiny single spark if I make the needle tips wet.

next: install diode(s) and cap
White sparks
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jeej it works.
Man those SiC mosfets go way beyond the 900V. Had to crank it up until it worked don't nu how much, but guessing around 1500Vdc.
humidity is very low 39% so... maybe need some steam in here.

Added 2x mur460 in series, into a 10nF 1000V dc cap (overcharging).

The spark is pretty loud for such a small gap: around or less than 0.1mm

And as suspected:
The spark is white! not purple not blue...

will try to make a small video and upload it. (before the needles wear out)
White spark video
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Little test.
Bifilar coil high side switched, producing negative back emf.
Charged up into a 10nF mpk10 1000V cap, via 2x mur460 in series.
Sparkgap less than 0.1mm  made of 2 needles.
very dry arir, less than 40% humidity.
Needed to push the voltage to around  -1500V

enjoy ;)


https://youtu.be/zQNKQWFCFCs
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #86,  »
I think I need to repeat the test with positive  back emf (low side switched coil)
to really show the difference.

Lynx

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #87,  »
So far so good :thumbsup2:

evostars

Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #88,  »
cant use the high side switch as a low side switch.
due to the architecture it will short out positive and negative supply.

but I can use the previous battery based switch I think...
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #89,  »
Battery power high side switch is giving me problems, first I had to connect the mosfet. Small job, no problems.
Then hook it all up. Great, fine.

start testing... no signal on the gate.
fiddling around with the wires, I see gate signal on and off, cant seem to pinpoint where the problem is...
frustrating... :-/
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #90,  »
found it. faulty bnc

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Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
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hmm same problem. High side switch cant switch low side (ground)
I have no idea why, but the amps go high 1A at 2.3V  with almost no back emf.

must be a simple reason. diodes are fine, not open until back emf when mosfet opens circuit to ground.
coil has no short

hmm. time to let go.
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #92,  »
put the radiant circuit back up
115nF for L2 gives 36kHz.
wont tune now, not completely  fit yet
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
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Just a small test.... can't leave it alone.
No L3 coil, L1 and L2 not coupled.
L1 tuned by 116nF
DC power input: 1.11A 13.0V

Newfile7:
yellow=10:1 L2 voltage 668Vpp
Blue=10mV/A current 12App

newfile8: Blue= negative spike 10:1 at L2 base, -600V

newfile9: Blue= zoomed into spike, showing 1.4uS duration.  (tuned with 3x330pF=990pF over L1)
I could make it quicker by removing a 330pF over L1, but the voltage would increase over -600V and my current mosfet is at its limits (IRFP460A)
I could use a different mosfet, to be able to get higher...
Also DC input is at its minimum of 13V

Look at those Amps and Voltages in L2  12Amps peak to peak. that's not small, together with the 668Vpp. A lot of energy moving back and forth between the cap and the coil..

The question remains, can I tune the impulse of L1, with the positive power supply, Both feeding the L2 resonance?
Could the voltage and current become in phase, as I have seen in L3.
With close coupling of L2 and L3, I have seen it happen before in both L2 and L3. (becoming one resonant system).

I really want to step up the voltage of the impulse, and... I have 1200V SiC mosfets... But not ready for it yet.

Also since L2 has a DC offset, the coupling to L3 makes L2 and L3 like plates of a capacitor. Maybe the voltage offset, creates a direction for the ring toroid to move.  Think, the voltage really needs to be high, and the distance small. Again... Speculations, from a mind that doesn't understand.
Dear heart guide me along the way, and keep me safe and healthy

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Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #94,  »
A little calculation to show the energy level change during that 1.4uS impulse.
I'm not going to use the cacitance of the tuning cap, just the capacitance of the L2 coil (measured when windings are not series connected)
L2: C=730pF 0.35mH 0.5 Ohm
V max= 1/2 668=334V  this gives Q=0.04071794 J
during impulse
Vmax=334+600=934V giving Q=0.31840994 J
delta Q=0.31840994-0.04071794=0.277692 joule

So during the impulse, within 1/2 1,4uS, the energy in L2 increases 7.82 times (782%) up and then down again.
And this happens 26700 times a second.
delta q per second= 7414 joule
Right? :wtf:
thats a big push
 :shocked:
Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #95,  »
Some more data. This time with L3 close coupled to L2 (equal new coils).
L3 is grounded on the outside rim, and not tuned or loaded.
116nF tuned to L2, at 26.7 kHz

newfile1:
yellow shows 716Vpp and the blue shows -600V impulse on both ends of L2 (10:1 ac coupled)

newfile2:
yellow= L2 10:1
Blue= L3 inside rim 10:1 probed.
It shows the same voltage as L2, and looks resonant, but isn't it just is dielectric coupled, and shows the same voltage. Notice the spike and ripple at Vmax.

newfile3:
Blue: I shifted the sine of L3 down, to show the spike ON TOP of the Sinewave Vmax.
This spike shows up as positive 730V. 130V MORE than the impulse of L2.

out of experiments I know, when L3 is tuned to parallel resonance, the Sinewave it shows is 180 degrees out of phase with L2. It is Due to the impulse, being recieved from L2, that shows up as a positive impulse.

The key, is to tune L3 to this impulse. The impulse itself can create resonance (tried this long ago and it works).
Potentially, V max L3 then becomes 730V + 1/2 716(L2) =1088V  =2173V peak to peak.

Meanwhile, L3 is coupled to series resonant L2...

To tune this, we need to load L3 down. or use a cap that can stand up to these high voltage (and power as the voltage becomes in phase). I do not have these caps, and do not want them. I think this is one of the biggest reasons why I got sick.

The load absorbes the enrgy, if its not absorbed, and still not tuned properly, the energy distorts the aether field, and I'm sitting in the middle of these distortions.
Just like a planet being hit by a solar flare, I am hit by these turbulent fields, and my lefe energy is stripped from me, or at least distorted. That's at least what I think is happening.

So a Load is crucial. but... with a load, we cant see the ripple anymore.

What I could do is make 3 or 4 measurements, with different capacitances over L3, and no Load (fast on and off). I have Long BNC cables, so I can stay out of those fields.

Then with those scope shots, I can look at the ripples created by them, calculate the resonant frequency and make  a guess to how much capacitance I need.

Normally L2 detunes also from tuning L3, but this will be less so, due to the large 116nF tuning L2.

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test 1: 115nF (equal to series tuning cap L2)
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Close coupled L2/L3
L3 parallel tuned with 115nF (equal to L2)
DC power: 1.93A 20.7V 
66.72kHz

newfile4, yellow L2 blue impulse on L2
newfile5, yellow L2 blue L3
newfile6, Yellow= voltage L3 (10:1) blue= current L3 (10mV/A) L3 outside rim grounded.  14 Amperes

sine waves of L2 and L3 are out of phase
L2 and L3 are equal voltage.
Frequency has jumped way up, and power drain is raised. (due to L3 parallel resonance loading on L2, not being properly tuned)

Question: should I expect to approch 26kHz again, when L3 is tuned properly to make both L2 and L3 resonant?
when is the current in L3 also in tune with the voltage of L3?
Damn... I don't have enough scope channels... Time for another 4 channel scope

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test 2 72nF
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Same test, but removed 43nF from L3 leaving 72nF parallel over L3.
DC input: 23.1V 2.23A  tuned to generate -600V impulses at 75.0 kHz

newfile7: yellow= voltage L2 10:1 (316Vpp) blue= L2 impulse -600V
newfile8  yellow=same, blue= voltage L3 10:1 (higher voltage, smaller caps)
newfile9  yellow=voltage L3 10:1   blue= current L3 10mV/A (current is higher, due to higher frequency?)

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test 3 212nF
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same test, nr3, more capacitance over L3: 212nF
DC input 1.76A 19.3V   to generated -600V impulses at 59.9kHz

Newfile10: yellow= 10:1 voltage L2  blue 10:1 impulse L2 -600V
newfile11   yellow=same, blue is voltage L3
newfile12 yellow is 10:1 voltage L3 blue = current 10mV/A L3

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Re: advancing the Solid state Tesla hairpin circuit
« Reply #99,  »
quick conclusion:
voltage and current resonant 90 degrees out of phase.
More capacitance lowers the voltage, but only slightly lowers the frequency.
smaller capacitance, gives higher frequency higher voltage higher current.
Nothing special here.

What to do next? resistive load? no
 Or... walk through frequencies of L2 by changing series tuning capacitance of L2? and look at voltage/current inphase?
yes