Important: Delayed Conduction in Bucking Coils

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Chris posted this 11 March 2019

My Friends,

The Effects of Delayed Conduction in Bucking Coils is important. What is Delayed Conduction? What is the point of this?

Delayed Conduction is specifically to get the Voltage on the Terminals of your Partnered Output Coils as high as possible in reason! Its the change in Magnetic Field that Creates Voltage, its the Opposition of Magnetic Fields that Pumps Current! 

Circuitry can also be employed to delay Conduction on the second Partnered Output Coil.

Ref: How to build your own Above Unity Machine

 

I gave an example of Delayed Conduction here.

As you can see, the Mosfets will only conduct when the Zener Diodes Conduct, this is rated to 18 Volts.

This means, the ends of the Partnered Output Coils must be at least 18 Volts, before the Coils can power any load!

We have seen this before! This is not new to those that have done the Study!

 

 

The MEG Demo Circuit

Where D2 represents a Bi-Directional TVS.

 

Ref: JLN MEG Replication

 

Ref: The MEG Team Data.

Where the Top Trace represents the Input Channels, and the bottom Trace Magnetic Resonance in the Output Coils, seen as Asymmetrical Regauging.

 

NOTE: JLN used a MOV in his MEG Replication. A MOV has similar Voltage to Current Characteristics! 

 

Ref: JonRB

 

 

Ref: Renesas Datasheet

 

 
Ref: The MOV or Varistor V I Characteristics

 

 

 

I want to stress the point of getting the Voltage on the Terminals of your Partnered Output Coils to a maximum without being disturbed. Input Creates a Voltage on your Terminals, then the Input is switched off. Then your Partnered Output Coils Conduct and we Pump Current.

Remember: Some of these Circuits may require an Earth Ground.

   Chris

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Chris posted this 11 March 2019

My Friends,

What I am sharing is critical, extremely important Information!

Magnetic Resonance is seen at a specific Frequency and a specific Duty Cycle. This is a specific characteristic of the Coils, Induction and so on. Lots of turns means low Frequency, few turns means higher Frequency.

When you catch the Wave, you will know, trust me!

Monitor your Currents, you will see, equal and opposite. You will see the Sawtooth Wave form also, seen above and shown many times on this forum!

Bucking Coils, Pumping Current, the effects of Magnetic Resonance are truly amazing. Brute Force for free, a little tickle under the chin and the Machine does the rest for you, a Pump, like the Hydraulic Ram Pump, shown many times also!

Simple Starting Circuit - Some parts upside down to make you think backwards.

Where: D1 is a Delayed Conduction Device, Zener Diode and a Mosfet or a MOV or a TVS or similar device.

 

I really want to encourage all here to share your work, this works!

This is very important! A critical point has been reached and I need all members here to direct their attention to this topic for a little while?

Please?

We truly are Light Years ahead of the other forums!

   Chris

Wistiti posted this 12 March 2019

I will build something base on this concept you share my freind and will share it with all on the forum.

For now my spare time is limited but as soon as I can, I will prioritize this one.

Thank you for sharing!

Chris posted this 12 March 2019

My Friends,

@Wistiti - Thank you my Friend.

What to look for is, at the time of Delayed Conduction, is a Standing Wave of much Greater Potential:

Ref: https://youtu.be /cQWLP6k-c7I

 

A Naturally Simulated Effect, one in which we need to simulate in our Electromagnetic Waves! This causes the increase in Magnetic Resonance, it can be much greater than the original Wave input! Then of Course, we hold Conduction, the Wave dissipates and we have much greater Energy Output than we input!

This is the: Waves Slapping Together.

 

 

We saw an example of how this can work here.

   Chris 

Chris posted this 12 March 2019

My Friends,

On the: 30 July 2017, I placed the thread: Timing, here for a reason. I made specific focus on the interactions of the Coils and how the Coils were used in specific ways, to reduce Transients, in the form of Common Mode Noise, almost entirely!

I asked you to think about ways to reverse the situation, saying: "You need to let the System Breath, bring it to life!", now, today, I have shown you how important timing is! What is possible with timed Electromagnetic Wave Interactions!

I ask you, do you see a pattern? Do you see what I am doing? Do you see how much planning and work this has taken?

Aboveunity.com has changed the world! We are light years ahead of the other forums! They have been left in the dust! Redundant, effective immediately!

We have made the world a better place, and we don't plan to stop here! Support us, help us, this train ride has only just begun!

   Chris

Jagau posted this 12 March 2019

Hi Chris

I noted that there was in addition to frequency and duty cycle a third extremely critical adjustment,

the power level of the mosfet gate,  for my circuit this has completely change the results.


I do not know if for others you have noted the same results ??

Jagau

Chris posted this 12 March 2019

Hi Jagau,

My Friend, yes, there is a little fiddling. Once found the results are very prominent. Its not hard to miss once one knows what to look for! Problem is, very few know what to look for!

Yes you're right, slowly turning up the input power and one will soon find the Conduction Power required. wink

Fantastic work my Friend!

   Chris

Chris posted this 13 March 2019

My Friends,

I want to share again:

 

The same rules apply as I have shared in the thread: Parallel Wire or Bifilar Coil Experiment which was a very important introductory thread!

If you learn and understand what I am trying to share in the video, then catching the wave will be the only thing that takes a little fiddling!

   Chris

 

P.S: This content I am sharing with you, you will not find anywhere else in such detail. I ask you, save and share this information. It is very important!

Jagau posted this 14 March 2019

 Its the change in Magnetic Field that Creates Voltage,

its the Opposition of Magnetic Fields that Pumps Current

Hi Chris 

This is words of wisdom too

Jagau

Chris posted this 14 March 2019

My Friends,

This thread is so important!

I would like to emphasize the necessity of catching the wave. We have seen four examples of this:

I have shared one of my experiments also: Here

My Friends, I really want to stress the importance of patterns!

  • All of the above have one thing in common, the threads have the tag: Above Unity
  • All of then showed the Sawtooth Waveform!
  • All of them had very clear Energy Gains using Magnetic Resonance.

 

The Sawtooth Waveform

We all should be very familiar with the Sawtooth Wave form! I have been showing it for months now. It is very important that the understanding of how this waveform is achieved! Like I have tried to explain, this is where the Waves Slap Together, the Electromagnetic Fields of each Partnered Output Coil.

 

The Partnered Output Coils react together to Generate Energy. Using Delayed Conduction to achieve a Resonance in the Coils, called Magnetic Resonance!

 

Don Smith:

 

The MEG Team:

 

 

Tinman (Bradley Richard Atherton):

 

 

 

Graham Gunderson:

 

 

The Sharp Spike is Delayed Conduction, it is where the Two Partnered Output Coils have Magnetic Interactions that slap together very fast!

It causes a high Voltage, we hold the Conduction and the Magnetic Fields decrease linearly:

 

The Magnetic Fields slowly decrease to Zero, Equilibrium.

 

 

If you do these experiments, and have the patience to work together with us to the end goal, then you truly will have a self running Energy Machine!

 

@Jagau - I am glad that helps!

The fundamental magnets have been broken free of their binding forces which constrained them to be steady-state single pole uniform magnetic flux devices. They are now able to simply support mass, as demonstrated with the transformer steel illustration. They can now easily be made to adopt a dynamic motional field by applying a tiny amount of excitation. Specifically, 10V @ 1 mA (10 mW) of excitation at 60 Hz. will enable the coils of the triode to receive from the Dirac Sea in excess of 5000 watts of usable negative energy; how much more can safely be removed has not yet been determined.

Ref: Nothing is Something

 

Jagau, the above quote is nothing about the Magnets! Its about the Magnetic Fields! It reads wrong, there is an effort there to deceive, to miss-lead others!

The dynamic Field is Magnetic Resonance between the two Coils, actually Floyd Sweet used two sets of two Coils. Yes it is excited by a small amount of Power, because at Magnetic Resonance, the Coils feed back Energy to the input.

How this should read:

The fundamental magnetic fields of the Coils have been broken free of their bound force which constrained them to be steady-state single pole uniform magnetic flux source. They are now able to simply support mass, as demonstrated with the supporting Current demonstration. They can now easily be made to adopt a dynamic motional field by applying a tiny amount of excitation. Specifically, 10V @ 1 mA (10 mW) of excitation at 60 Hz. will enable the coils of the triode to receive from the Dirac Sea in excess of 5000 watts of usable negative energy; how much more can safely be removed has not yet been determined.

 

By changing only a few words, its now got a hugely different meaning!

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 15 March 2019

Hey, guys,

I think the above statement describes a very smart application of the saturable reactor effect. Graham Gunderson also describes a saturable reactor when he explains what the ceramic magnets are doing in there. @Chris, did I understand correctly?

Chris posted this 15 March 2019

Hey CD,

I agree, yes there is an element description!

I am not convinced Graham's MIT was in Saturation. I think maybe close, but the problem I see is, if he was in Saturation, the Voltage and Current Waveforms would not be 90 Degrees from each other:

 

Input Voltage ( Yellow ) and Input Current ( Blue ) would be almost in phase, not a quarter Cycle later. A Quarter Cycle is 90 Degrees and indicated the Core is not Saturated.

 

So, at Saturation, Inductance is lost, and an LC Resonance Tank Circuit can not be 90 degrees out of phase. The Inductor becomes a Resistive Element, because it has lost all its Inductance L.

Sorry, long winded, but my analysis, is that he is not in Saturation, but is close. I may be wrong and over looked something?

Graham has an interesting machine, yes it is directly related to this topic! But it is done in a slightly different way.

Grahams Partnered Output Coils, should be thought of as two Parallel Wires! Connected in Parallel Series! The Wires have a direct relationship to each other! At anytime the Relationship to each other were to change, so would the Magnetic Fields between them.

Remember, Current is the Magnetic Field!

If the Current between the two Parallel Wires, were to be aloud to change, then there would be a full reversal, which we have seen already. Why a full reversal in Current? Because it must be Equal and Opposite, Faradays Law of Induction with Lenz's Law states this!

This Change, only requires a change is the flow of Current, which is a Conduction related issue!

Break up all the parts of the Cycles seen:

 

The Area marked in Red is standard Transformer Induction, there is no indication of any overly unusual activity in this region. This region is the Half Cycle, it could be thought of as a negative DC half of the AC Cycle. Power here from Input to Output is Transformer Induction, with losses. The power would look like this:

 

Marked in Yellow.

Now, marked in Green, the active part of the Action comes:

 

The power would normally look like this:

 

 

Marked in Green. Now we must carefully analyze this, because we only have half of the Power expected, we have a specifically arranged interruption in Conduction at Peak Current, or very close to it.

 

The Switch:

Important: The Green Trace is the Output Current shown on only One wire:

 

At the point of the switch:

 

Marked in Red, the point of the Switch! Also seen, and should be noted, the only kick in the waves seen:

 

Marked in White, the only kick in the waves seen. Its a negative Kick, a kick that shows a negative pressure on the Input Current ( Blue ). Also important: The Input Current, after the Switch, the amplitude increases over time!

 

So, what's going on?

  1. Parallel Output Wires are building in Voltage and Current, the are fully loaded up until the Switch!
  2. At or close to Peak Current, the Parallel Series Connected Coils are Interrupted, the Conduction on One Coil is Broken...
  3. What happens now? How can the Current Flip so quickly?

 

 

The Green Trace above, shown above to indicate the Positive ( Red ) and Negative ( Black ) swings in the Output Current Trace.

Seen in the middle, is the very sharp change from Positive ( Red ) to Negative ( Black ). This happens in a very short time!

The Coils have a Tension, then the Tension in one Coil is broken, via a switch. One Coil still has a tension, but the other has no current, but the other coil wants to change. The Tension in this coil can not stay where it is.

The Coil that has a broken tension, is conductive via the Mosfet's Internal Diode, but only in reverse. We know that Equal and Opposite Currents must start to flow if there is a Conduction Path! 

Question, does the Switch need to be turned back on? If so why?

Graham is using the Tension ( Voltage and Current ) on one Output Coil, to Flip the other Output Coils Polarity, to create equal and opposite Tension ( Voltage and Current ). Bucking Coils! He is using Partnered Output Coils!

Well, we have a reasonable post, nearly out of words...

   Chris

 

P.S: Bad images, sorry, I tried to find the best I could but they are not very good for what I am trying to show.

Jagau posted this 16 March 2019

Very good analysis Chris

As can be seen everything happens when the little kick occurs, the output current (green) is then ahead of the input.

 This happens when both current go through the most negative point.

Perhaps this is due to the timing of the 2 mosfets, there must be this special timing

that makes one of the two resumes the pendulum to project the ball further? An analogy of the swing?

as if it would be the capacitor who would take the lead

jagau

Chris posted this 16 March 2019

Thanks Jagau,

I posted another post also, a second one, but deleted it because I was not happy with it. Third party Circuit analysis is not my strong point, and I only want to post what I am pretty confident about.

Part of my post was about the "timing of the two mosfets" you point out. But I am confident my last approach will confuse others and make this harder to grasp.

One day, I believe, we will grasp so much more, Just Voltage and Just Current, the relationships of them, I believe is a small part of the Story.

 

Let me try again:

 

My Friends,

In the Terminals of the Left Partnered Output Coil:

 

 

Using the High Voltage Probe across the Left Partnered Output Coils Terminals, shown above, gives this Waveform:

 

 

Conduction is Broken for a very short time! Graham said around One Millionth of a second in the video? We have seen the Flip in Output Current on the Output from the Right side Partnered Output Coil:

 

 

The Same Time Base is used on the Scope. Note: M = 4μs

I guess, what I am trying to show here, is the Delay in Conduction of Graham Gunderson's Partnered Output Coils! His has done very much more like we saw here. The MEG, a  little different, I showed a slightly different way again here.

At the end of the day, its all a Delay in Conduction all achieving the same end result: Magnetic Resonance.

   Chris

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Chris posted this 18 March 2019

My Friends,

Delayed Conduction is a very easy way to control the Partnered Output Coils, sensitive to Electric Fields at Time t.

You will notice, The Partnered Output Coils Delayed Conduction Stage is always at a single point:

 

 

In the Area of Power if Voltage and Current are 90 degrees out of Phase, Current Lagging, is a very important place to keep in mind! All machines I have studied have used this area in one fashion or another, Kapandze, the Spark fires at the peak of the Wave, same place. Through a short thick Copper Coil. This interruption in Conduction, Delayed Conduction, is critical.

This Thread shows some circuits, but there is a little fiddling with what actually works. Frequency, Amplitude, Timing, but, the most important thing is: You know now, what to look for!

   Chris

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Chris posted this 18 March 2019

My Friends,

For the GOOD in the World!

I want to let you ponder something. Its an important ponderance! Especially in this situation! The Time Bases are all the same:

 

 

Graham Gunderson's Left Side Partnered Output Coil was connected permanently to the Load, Capacitors and Globe:

 

For the entire time, between the Red markers! The Red markers indicate Off Time! Thus the Voltage Spike! Almost 700 volts. The Bottom Purple Line between the Red markers, is 9 Volts on the Capacitors, Conduction, Connected to the Output!

Connection interruption also seen here:

 

A big pixelated mess, but it can ne seen!

@CD - You asked, I wanted to point out, some huge things there for the ones that can see the coming problems!

Question: How did Graham make the Right Side Partnered Output Coil always show the same polarity flip in Current? Why does the Current not Flip the other way sporadically?

   Chris

Chris posted this 18 March 2019

My Friends,

A little speculation with a little evidence:

I believe Graham Gunderson was using Step Switching on the Partnered Output Coils - What Do I Mean?

Two Output Coils, Two Mosfets on the Output. One Mosfet for Each Coil.

In the closeup I showed:

 

 

We see evidence for something which Graham did draw for Reiyuki, who kindly shared all his images. He was present at the conference and took lots of fantastic Images while there, he also asked Graham lots of questions. One Image is shown:

 

With another Image verifying this image:

 

 

My Question:

Question: How did Graham make the Right Side Partnered Output Coil always show the same polarity flip in Current? Why does the Current not Flip the other way sporadically?

 

This is achieved by Step Switching the Output Mosfets as I have just shown. You will only find this information here! Other forums have tied this timing to the Input.

   Chris

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Jagau posted this 18 March 2019

Hello Chris
I was away the last 3 days.
I take the time to study where we are.
This is a very interesting subject.
Jagau

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Chris posted this 18 March 2019

My Friends,

@Jagau - Hope you had a good time! It is an interesting subject!

@All:

It is worth noting, The MEG has this exact same Process, One Coil Conducts, then the other, Slapping Together. The setup I showed you also. This process is simply How Hard and How Fast the Waves can Slap Together:

 

 

 

Thus the title of this Thread: Delayed Conduction in Bucking Coils.

There is a pattern, and the pattern is always the same, the Partnered Output Coils must Buck, the Coils must be made to Buck, normally they would not as shown in the thread: Parallel Wire or Bifilar Coil Experiment, and the Currents are always equal and opposite! Methods to make this occur can vary as we have seen on this thread!

No other forum on the internet, as far as I am aware, shows you any of these techniques! This information is new, especially in such detail! Some, a select few, I believe, have known about this for a long time.

   Chris

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Jagau posted this 18 March 2019

Just a Chris question before going any further.
Is this scheme provided by Gunderson?


If yes this schema on the right is an IGBT not a mosfet.
And again the reverse diode is when the voltage goes from + to - is to increase the closing speed of the IGBT (+20 to -20 volts)

i mean diode between gate and emitter of IGBT
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Chris posted this 18 March 2019

Hey Jagau,

Apparently drawn by Graham at the Conference for Reiyuki. 

Graham drew the same diagram here:

 

He used the term Mosfet in the video.

Hope this helps some.

   Chris

Jagau posted this 18 March 2019

Thank you Chris for the correction it is a mosfet no doubt.

It draws the intrinsic capacity of the mosfet so as to understand how the gate fires in relation to the source.
Moreover, he draws the intrinsic diode of the mosfet in a way that I did not know.

We learn every day.


And in addition it gives a little key design not heatink and when you listen well it's the key.


Jagau

Chris posted this 19 March 2019

Hey Jagau,

Isn't it silly how many symbols we have for the same thing:

 

MOSFET - Metal Oxide Semiconductor Field Effect Transistor

Ref: www.electronics-notes.com

 

I agree, if we don't learn something every day then perhaps the day has been wasted?

   Chris

Jagau posted this 19 March 2019

Certainly Chris, that's why there is so much confusion in terms of the interpretations,

but most of the time when we look at the manufacturer's dasasheet,

it's the first two on top of the other that we see in datasheet


In addition the IGBT symbol looks like this


Even more confusion with mosfet.


Jagau

Chris posted this 19 March 2019

My Friends,

To re-cap:

The Partnered Output Coils have three things all going on in time:

  1. A High Energy Field is created around the Coils: Shown as Power P.
  2. There is a timed Disconnect and Re-connect: Delayed Conduction.
  3. The Coils Fields ( Currents ) React in such a way to Slap Together very fast.

 

 

We have enough evidence above to say this is exactly how the Output was achieved! Don't forget the Wave:

 

This is what's going on between the Partnered Output Coils:

 

The Question is: Are all other devices working on the same principles?

The answer is: Yes, almost exactly the same!

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 19 March 2019

Hey, buddy, you gave me things to think about for a few days. I have the setup on the desk, but I still need to think about the program I upload to my uC. Excellent analysis, never read anything even close to yours!

Jagau posted this 20 March 2019

It seems that the Synchronous rectification is very important for Mr Gunderson
This image is worth a thousand 

especially that of the center

Jagau

 

cd_sharp posted this 21 March 2019

Hey, @Jagau, thanks!

Where did you find it? It looks identical to what Graham has drawn.

Chris posted this 21 March 2019

My Friends,

Don't forget, the waveforms seen have no Vin.

All this is done with the Partnered Output Coils Vout and Iout.

Vout is "Generated", pumped, or supporting Mass, is: Iout.

What you see, is entirely an effect of the Partnered Output Coils. Conduction, Magnetic Fields, Interactions.

This Thread is SO Important, those that have followed will fully understand this Action!

   Chris

 

P.S: The image can be found with the article: Synchronous Switching Regulators.

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Jagau posted this 21 March 2019

This subject is very important as Chris says.


It helps me understand important effects to seize to reach the aboveunity
I think that '' Synchronous Switching Regulators '' is one of the means that Mr Gunderson has taken to achieve his goal but as he says in his video he uses it in another way and that is why he uses the mosfet without heatsink think about that

The most important is the following:

What you see, is entirely an effect of the Partnered Output Coils. Conduction, Magnetic Fields, Interactions.

 

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cd_sharp posted this 21 March 2019

Since there is a finite combination of gates signals, let's experiment!

cd_sharp posted this 21 March 2019

I don't think the last part of the input signal, the negative sine half is needed. I'm experimenting with a custom input signal, hand drawn half sine wave:

Let's see how it behaves without switching anything off. Both MOSFETS are shorted. Let's see the currents flowing through the 2 POCs:

This gives me an idea about what Graham meant when talking about synchronous rectification. If we turn on and off synchronously the two MOSFETs with respect to the AC wave, we get a nice full wave rectified DC signal without using any diodes and it's much more efficient. I hope I understood this part correctly.

Chris posted this 21 March 2019

Hey CD,

Excellent Experiment!

One half of the AC Sine wave can be seen as a half DC Wave, we use linear rectification units to achieve this from an AC Sine Source. We saw this here.

We must think of this DC half Sinusoidal wave as a pressure, or a Potential, or a bucket of water, the higher the Amplitude, the more the bucket is full!

The Partnered Output Coils require the same pressure, but this can not be achieved when there is no pressure to begin with!

Imagine: A Submarine, at the Surface its strong, sturdy, rigid! Go to 2000 meters, its ok, sturdy, go to 10,000 meters things start to creak and groan, and things get pretty scary especially if one hits rocks or something!

We must start from a positive pressure first, this is the Half AC, or DC sinusoidal wave form.

The more the bucket is full, the deeper a Diver can dive into the bucket. The more Pressure the Coils are exposed to, the Harder the Slap together they will have when the Linear Rectification Units time the Conductive Kick.

A Timed connection of the Partnered Output Coils is the Key! Grahams is shown above. Others, do not require this complexity, shown in the first post.

The Conductive Kick is the Waves Slapping together! Like this:

 

Above is the reason I said to go up close to saturation but not at saturation.

This Effect all happens as the Coils are suddenly connected ( Conduction ), at the right time, One Coil Conducts, then a split second later the other Coil Conducts. Delayed Conduction.

I hope this makes sense!

   Chris

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Vidura posted this 22 March 2019

Hi all, I would like to share some thoughts about the MIT in context with the thread. Please correct when I'm mistaken. I have been curious about the input signal shape, and concluded that the zero voltage section have a good reason, as it overlaps with the moment of interaction of the POC, the triangular output current waveform which is negative in this case. So the input voltage is switched to zero while the POC are inducing power, in order to not to load the input.IMO the input could be switched off earlier simultaneously with the interruption of the output coil, when the kick occurred. The input current will continue to flow during this part of the cycle, due to inductance or the primary(the resonant tank circuit?) which would be not of concern as no power is consumed at zero voltage. The input section is still not at all clear for me, at what points are the probes for Voltage and current.

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cd_sharp posted this 22 March 2019

Hey, @Chris, it makes a lot of sense.

 

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Chris posted this 22 March 2019

My Friends,

Some Insight:

 

I hope this helps some!

   Chris

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Chris posted this 22 March 2019

@Vidura,

I shared the images I received MIT - Graham Gunderson.

My Video above may answer some of your questions, if not please let me know.

Input Measurements:

 

Output Measurements:

 

 

I hope this helps!

   Chris

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Vidura posted this 22 March 2019

Hey Chris, I understood the critical points of operation, My question is more about a detail of design of the MIT: How we can mantain the input voltage in a resonant tank citcuit at zero volt during part of the periode without damping the oscillation? 

Vidura.

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Chris posted this 22 March 2019

Hey Vidura,

The Input is a measure of Load vs feed back.

For example, take a Transformer, measure with no load, then measure again with a load. Very different measurements! Phase angle especially will be very different depending how much one loads the transformer.

The Input is chopped DC, 50% duty cycle, from the H-Bridge: ( Top Waveform )

 

I like Cap Inductor in series, not so much in parallel. Not sure why, Parallel just feels wrong. The Input is assisted by the output, I have shown this before. Self Assisted Oscillation in a Shorted Coil - Bucking Magnetic Field Oscillation

 

That was way back in 2011. The Output assists the Input, one Coil works with the Input, remember we have three coils. There is no damping, there is an Assist.

See this video for a little more info: @ 4:05

 

A Positive Feed Back to the input.

So: 1 + -1 + 1 = 1 where as we would normally see: 1 + -1 = 0 nothing left over, all the Input Is consumed!

   Chris

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Vidura posted this 22 March 2019

So the input signal section at zero voltage is due to the feedback from the POC, I got it , at least I think so. And I remembered that when Graham was asked about the operating frequency he pointed out that it was not at 50%duty, but something like 33.3%positive, 33.3%negative and 33.3%off. Otherwise at 50% duty square input this special wave shape would not likely resonate.

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Chris posted this 22 March 2019

Hey Vidura,

Yes you're right. 33% is divided up like so:

 

So we see, 33% each:

  • Red
  • Orange
  • Blue

Of course, a normal H-Bridge is 50% to get an RLC Tank Circuit to resonate. Graham Gunderson's MIT is a special case requiring Off Time, this Off Time just happens to be 1/3rd of the Cycle.

Where we see Off Time, we see an increase in Current amplitude:

 

 

Of course, this is a significant indicator that the Output Coils are feeding back Energy to the Input. Feed Back as Floyd Sweet told us.

There is so much information in these scope shots, much I have covered here that you will not find on other forums! We truly are Light Years Ahead of the other Forums!

   Chris

Chris posted this 23 March 2019

My Friends,

Some more information:

 

I hope this helps!

   Chris

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Chris posted this 23 March 2019

Looks like I just broke YouTube:

 

   Chris

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Chris posted this 24 March 2019

My Friends,

A little more Information on Delayed Conduction:

 

I hope this helps some!

   Chris

Jagau posted this 24 March 2019

Hey Chris


One of the best video that I saw on the site of Aboveunity.com
I would give 3 times I like it
We are close to the goal.


jagau

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Wistiti posted this 24 March 2019

Agree with Jagau. Excellent explanation my freind!

Thank you for your time and effort. 😊

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Chris posted this 24 March 2019

Thank You my Friends wink

I try, every day to add useful content, to make a real difference in the world!

Don't forget, this is not the only way! A simple Light Dimmer Circuit can also give you the same results:

 

 

 

Of course, this Circuit is Bi-Directional. Also, importantly, you can adjust the timing of Conduction in Time t.

I pointed this out here.

I hope, most of you will be able to see a greater pattern emerging, of what I am doing. Things will be falling into place. Things making much more sense now.

A small story for you:

In the beginning, I had problems with the Coils. Using Coils as I have shown, with a Circuit Diagram like this:

 

 

Ref: Aloha's Post

Also shown in fig 2 in the above diagram, connected to a static Load, static meaning Conduction. 

The Problem I had was the Coils would mostly always have Currents in the same Direction. Lenz's Law always resulted between Primary and the Two Secondary's and I did not want this! It took me a long time, and I had to force myself to think simple, to understand the simple Laws of Conduction, Magnetics, and Time!

Most of the time, in this configuration, the Coils must always have Currents in Parallel and in Phase! The Currents will never change! We have covered this in detail in the thread: Parallel Wire or Bifilar Coil Experiment.

Drop Conduction on ONE of the Secondary Coils, however, for a split second, things can change very quickly!

NOTE: Other ways exist to achieve this result!

Some very simple, very basic experiments showed me that this is the key to making the System Asymmetrical, Lenz's Law was not effective back on the Primary. 

Some of my early experiments showed me this, but expanding this idea was somewhat of a task to grasp in full. I can not explain why this was...

 

I hope all here find this useful, it is a story of progress, and a lesson of simplicity! Breaking things down to the most basic level!

   Chris

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Chris posted this 26 March 2019

My Friends,

Perhaps my last post was not as useful as the Videos. Another:

 

I hope this is useful!

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Jagau posted this 26 March 2019

Thank you Chris

this video is very informative and you add something new for me

about a zener between gate a drain of mosfet?

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Vidura posted this 26 March 2019

Hey Chris and all following,

Finally back at my workshop i made a test with the proposed delay circuit with the mosfets and zehner diode.

I built this with 18v zehner diode but it resulted in fast selfoscillations of the switch like this:

And the current (upper trace) kept trunked off instead of the desired delay. When thinking about it is due that the gate voltage colapses immediately when the mosfet becomes conductive and recovers at high frequency. With a NPN transistor it might perform better, I will do a try. For the mosfet a stable gatedrive supply will be needed.

Regards VIDURA.

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Chris posted this 26 March 2019

Hey Vidura,

Awesome work! The Classic Sawtooth Waveform, which we should see! Look what you have achieved:

 

Ref: The RT V3 - Above-Unity

 

Almost the exact same basic waveform! Well done!

   Chris

Chris posted this 26 March 2019

My Friends,

Two other examples of Magnetic Resonance are:

 

We must realise, at Magnetic Resonance the machine creates a much larger Reaction, compared to the Action. I realise the Circuits and Input to Output Measurements are completely different, Jim Murrays not showing any above unity gains as far as I can tell, but the point is to look at the Effects!

   Chris

Chris posted this 27 March 2019

Hey Chris and all following,

Finally back at my workshop i made a test with the proposed delay circuit with the mosfets and zehner diode.

I built this with 18v zehner diode but it resulted in fast selfoscillations of the switch like this:

And the current (upper trace) kept trunked off instead of the desired delay. When thinking about it is due that the gate voltage colapses immediately when the mosfet becomes conductive and recovers at high frequency. With a NPN transistor it might perform better, I will do a try. For the mosfet a stable gatedrive supply will be needed.

Regards VIDURA.

 

@Vidura,

 

 

At all times the Voltage at the point of the Mosfet Drain, and the Cathode of the Zener Diode is greater than the rated Voltage, the Mosfet should be On. So the waveform may not be a true indication of Conductivity.

 

 

Some experiments with Inputs of a short pulse might be worth your while. Finding where the Zener is triggered and how long after the pulse the Ringing lasts.

Again, great work! This is a huge step forward! The Sawtooth wave is there, you have Nailed it! Nice!

   Chris

 

P.S: How many turns on your POCoils? I would look at increasing the Turns Increasing your Inductance and this should decrease your optimum Frequency and Input Voltage.

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Vidura posted this 27 March 2019

Chris

I used a 40 mm EE ferrite with 13turns  CW- CCW ot the outer legs, ten turns primary on the inner leg, the first triggering seems to be at 18 volts  as the zener diode, but the current of the positive halve wave fails to flow. the voltage was measured across the load(12v incandescent lamp) and the mosfet. I have made a test with a 13007  transistor instead of the mosfet, the effect of delay could be observed, but not always, only at higher powerlevels and certain frequency, and the transistor heats considerable, the voltage rise higher to around 30volts. Anyway the TVS, Varistors, GDT devices and also the sparkgap have considerable losses as well, but the gain of magnetic resonance should be far greater.

later ill make a test with another coilset with more inductance to compare results.

Vidura.

 

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Chris posted this 27 March 2019

Hey Vidura,

Cool, ok, yes I would increase Output turns to 20 or 30 turns if possible, input to 8 turns.

Drop the input voltage.

Add a Zener Diode for Gate Protection, with a slightly higher break over voltage: D2

 

I hope this helps some!

   Chris

 

Jagau posted this 27 March 2019

hi

In trying to protect a mosfet against a high energy transient coming from the drain such as from a large inductive load, we connect one or sometimes two zener diode between the gate and source in order not to exceed maximum ratings for Vgs (e.g. +/- 20V) .

We know a zener diode is already between drain and source du to structure of the mosfet.

What we meet very rarely is if we add a zener is between the drain and gate, it will turn the mosfet on so the majority of the energy pass from drain source .

During off time of mosfet,  Vz will keep mosfet on and no delay conduction occur i think? Because of low Vz

Am trying to understand?

Jagau

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Chris posted this 27 March 2019

Hey Jagau,

Apologies, today has been busy.

I have corrected my mistake above.

Yes there is a reverse diode between the Drain and Source. The internal Mosfet protection Diode:

 

 

 

We are putting a Zener as a delayed Trigger from Mosfet Drain to Mosfet Gate. The Zener Diode Cathode is connected to the Mosfet Source, sensing the Voltage if you like. Yes I agree, there is a good requirement for a Gate protection Zener Diode.

I agree, and yes, the Mosfet should be off during the reverse bias from the coil.

I agree and from my simple experiments, not including capacitance of the Mosfet itself, the possible ringing of the arrangement, at high frequency, so, I suggest, stay at a low frequency.

Another Video:

 

I hope this is useful!

   Chris

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cd_sharp posted this 27 March 2019

Hi, friends

Here is my experiment using a 12V Zener diode:

The input is not a resonant tank, but a half sine wave half off signal, like this

And the result

The saw tooth wave is the voltage over the Zener diode. The Gate-Source voltage is very low, under 2V, so no matter what frequency I input, the MOSFET is always off. Vpp over the Zener diode is 13V, so it should conduct at some point.

That's it for now. Sadly, I have very little time for experimenting.

Chris posted this 27 March 2019

CD Awesome Work!

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 28 March 2019

The input is at 1.4 amps x 3 V.

The problem is that the gate-source voltage is too low. I replaced the resistor R1 with a variable one and I noticed that at specific frequencies and resistor values, the voltage increases slightly, but not enough to turn the MOSFET on. Any ideas?

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Chris posted this 28 March 2019

Hey CD,

The Time required for the Zener Break Over Voltage is the only time you need Secondary Voltage, Induced from the Input, at the Cathode of the Zener and Drain of the Mosfet. Remember the Diagram shown, Asymmetrical Regauging:

 

 

We Regauge the System, short timed Input, enough for the System to reset and become able to do Work again. The Input is only required for a short time to start the machine off.

This means, any time the System has Input that is not doing anything, the Input is best turned off. Requiring Frequency adjustment and short Duty Cycle. This should decrease the Input to the minimum amount needed.

Apologies, this seems a bit too obvious. However a requirement to explain.

Getting the Mosfet to turn on and off properly requires a little work, getting enough Voltage and Current on the Specified Output Coil.

Perhaps we could start a Thread on this?

   Chris

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cd_sharp posted this 28 March 2019

Hey, man,

You're right, I'll start a new thread.

From previous experience with the Akula lantern no 4 I know there are configurations when even if the duty cycle is above 50%, the device does not "want" to draw current from the power supply (under 10 mA), but it insists in producing most of it's current. I would like to see the same behavior from this device.

Edit: I discovered that the input circuit was shorted, the MOSFET was fried. That explains the big input current.

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Vidura posted this 29 March 2019

Here I post an additional test, I have modified the windings as per Chris' suggestion, primary on the central leg 12 turns, outer legs 36 turns each CW-CCW. Also I have modified the delayswitch as following. the idea is that the 100nf cap charges at the breakdown of the zener and keep the mosfet on until the voltage reverses and resets at the breakdown of the second zener(5.1V)

It seems to work, although the current on the negative halfwave is much smaller than the positive, but with some more adjustments it should work as expected.The setup with a resonant tankcircuit and halfbridge:

and the scopeshot:

Upper trace current, zero is at the second graticulate line from aboth, the voltage zeroline at the middle of the screen.

 

Chris posted this 29 March 2019

Hey Vidura,

Excellent Experiment! Nice!

For the moment, remove one of the Delayed Switch's, Just keep one in there. So a simple Circuit like so:

 

 

Where the Zener Diode ( D1 ) is a Delayed Conduction Switch. This setup will enable you to find the best Resonant Point of your Coils. When found, the machine will vibrate and hum like Crazy.

The Resonant Frequency might be low!

The Resonant Frequency may only require 10% or less duty Cycle!

The Input may only need to be 5 Volts.

   Chris 

 

P.S: The Mosfet will need a Pull Down Resistor in order to turn it off properly when it needs to.

P.P.S: I started a Mosfet Turn On and Off Thread here: On and Off, Conduction in a Mosfet

Vidura posted this 29 March 2019

Hey Chris, I will test this version of the circuit, one coil would be shortened by the timing device, quite interesting. Note that this switch only work properly with AC, as the reversal is needed to turn off the gate, I will post the results regarding this at the MOSFET switching thread later. Also I'm using an analogue oscillator with 50%duty fixed for the moment, although I started to build a new one with two phase pwm and analogue duty cycle timing, which will be more effective. For the moment I am using what I have at hand. regards Vidura

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Chris posted this 06 April 2019

My Friends,

I want to throw you a Ball...

Three Coils, as we have been looking at for some 9+ Years now. One Input Coil, two Output Coils, Partnered Output Coils seen here:

 

 

A Step Up Transformer to some people. But, we are not using this arrangement Symmetrically! We are using Asymmetrical Regauging, the Potential Gained, the Voltage Gained, a Dipole if you like. 

 

 

Every Coil will have a Potential Difference on the Coils, this is Faradays Law of Electromagnetic Induction. Time Rate of Change of the Magnetic Field.

If we use a TVS, a Transient Voltage Suppressor, which has a diagram like so:

 

A Very Simple Device, which looks like this in the real world:

 

 

The stripe above indicating a DC, or a single Polarity, Uni-Directional device, the TVS without a Stripe indicating an AC Device, or a Bi-Directional Device, can be used in both Polarity's.

  • So what would we do, how would we use this device?
  • What would this device do?
  • How does it work?

 

NOTE: An extra Diode may be required in reverse to the TVS.

 

We have a specific Pulse into the Mosfet, it is controlled specifically, we Push Input into the Core, it costs us a little, BUT, then we have a Controlled Switch, the TVS Conducts... The TVS becomes a Switch at the specific rated Voltage. A Switch...

Why do we need to have the TVS Conduct?

We must support the Current, as we now have a Potential on the Coils, as soon as the TVS Conducts, we have switched off our Input.

Remember the VI Curve above?

We have Conduction, at the point where we have VC the Clamping Voltage, the Conduction.

This means, we have one Coil Shorted. The Second Coil has a Maximum Magnetic Field, it must return to equilibrium, to Zero State, this action, of falling to Zero State is the Neo Magnet Falling through the Tube:

 

This creates the Triangle Wave we have seen:

 

 

Ref: The MEG Team Data.

 

Where the Top Trace represents the Input Channels, and the bottom Trace Magnetic Resonance in the Output Coils, seen as Asymmetrical Regauging.

Please remember the Name of this Thread: Delayed Conduction in Bucking Coils 

We are delaying the Conduction, enough to make MMF React back on itself, the second Output Coil. All we are doing is bringing up the Potential on the Terminals.

   Chris

Chris posted this 07 April 2019

My Friends,

A video to further explain the Importance of this thread:

 

I hope this helps!

   Chris

mrblobby posted this 07 April 2019

Absolutely love this series of videos you've been putting together Chris. I really appreciate all the time it must take to put them together. It really helps to explain more comprehensively the principles at work for people like myself. 2 thumbs up.

Jagau posted this 07 April 2019

Another great Chris video


I agree with you mrblobby


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Hopeful1 posted this 09 April 2019

Thank you Chris. A fantastic post. It has made  lot of things a lot clearer for me. I totally agree with mrblobby.

Tony

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Atti posted this 09 April 2019

Hey man.

 

Quiet enough. There are a lot of readers, but there are few experiments.
  Maybe I don't care anybody?

Do you care about some other than some?

With a few thoughts I break this silence.

It belongs to an older project, but now it was taken back.
I adapted it to MrPreva layout.

This is the secondary switch. The name is strange because the real secondary coupling is the two 220-volt bulb.

The theoretical drawing is shown here.

The base frequency is set by excitation and the secondary frequency is a separate but tuned frequency. Here, too, we play the secondary current.
You don't have to wait for miracles, but it is very important to look at the effect!
Wide range of values can be set.
-When it takes up a lot of power from the power supply and delivers little power.
-When it takes up little power but gives off a lot of voltage.
-When it delivers high power with little power.

Not only the frequency, but the filling factor is also very important! About 25-35% is the right value. At least for this layout.
These data are for information only.
Correctness would also include correct measurement.

Over time this will happen.

 

Chris posted this 10 April 2019

@Atti - Awesome! Very nice!

 

My Friends,

Another video, this time a lot more detail on some things:

 

Apologies everyone. I was referencing a very good video, giving full credit, but YouTube wont allow me to use it for Educational purposes at all.

The video was:

 

Now, isn't this just stupid! I can play the video here, on this page, but cant reference it under the Educational Copyright laws.

I hope this helps some, it took forever to make this. smile

   Chris

patrick1 posted this 11 April 2019

Hi Guys, == ive only been at this a few weeks,  - and im not working with reasonant tank circuits yet,-

infact not even as sine waves, -   currently i am rectifying the ac, into half waves, and bucking them around in various ways,

i have seen triangle like waves, and duplicates of many peoples results, - -  i think i have all the skills and tools too make this

happen, at least in a simple manifestation. - but my problem is the inherent weakness of home made transformers, - or even modified ones, -....  my first iron core hacked MOT was 20% efficent, run conventionally, - and then 35, , now im nearly at 50.  - but any further improvement is getting more difficult. - ...   hopfully soon , i will have a free energy demonstrator that is 90% efficent.,

it should be noted, that ive done many ferrite transformers before, and they crack 90-140% efficient without any hassle, - at least from my experience,  -  here is what im working with.

 

currently my trigger system, is a simple adjustable opamp driven from a seperate psu, with a C3998 transistor chopping the wave into a globe, - i am already see'ing efficency gains, which is great, - i think this will work,  - but i need too get my transformer builds in order.

 

Jagau posted this 12 April 2019

Hi Chris

your noises will start increasing and it's quite an exciting effect you know it's quite exciting to see you know you're sort of seeing a machine that you've brought to life if you like it's really interesting it's really cool    

  I like these words
Your analogy with 2 wire in parallel is very well explained and I think I have understood the message.   Jagau  

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Chris posted this 12 April 2019

Hey Guys,

Thanks for the positive comments! I am so happy this is helping others!

The Timing, the area in which the Two Output Coils Act and React with each other is the Trigger, the Catalyst for the door to open to Electrical Energy Gains, well Above the Unity Factor, well above your Input.

Magnetic Interactions, A Solid State "Generator", an Electromagnetic Pump, we simply Accelerate Electrons.

To see this:

 

Very simple, viewing the Current in the two Partnered Output Coils is key to moving forward. Most of you will have seen my Measurement Blocks before:

 

The Currents are critical to view, the Currents are the Electromagnetic Wave and together they give you the Electromagnetic Field Interactions.

   Chris

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Atti posted this 12 April 2019

Patrik1

 

it should be noted, that ive done many ferrite transformers before, and they crack 90-140% efficient without any hassle

 

-What means?
- What layout?
- How did you measure it?

 

 hopfully soon , i will have a free energy demonstrator that is 90% efficent.,

 

If you have free energy then just 90% efficiency?

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patrick1 posted this 12 April 2019

hehe in relation too my testing of bemf characteristics in ferrites, - i setup a very basic thus simple experiment -consisting of a factory wound small ferrite transformer from the junk pile, (many infact), and got many positive results.  -   so basically what i did, was too setup a bucking converter from my very low duty cycle generator, - work out the rise time, of the transformer via the scope, so i could opporate the ferrite transformer at maximum conventional efficency, and capture the bemf from the input.   . using a common input cap, and output cap, ( too eliminate any meter errors ) .  and simply switched the caps when they had run down, - 

needless too say, i was shocked by the results. - clear energy gains.   and no witchcraft. .....         all done specifically too be efficient and eliminate error and loss's ,  - obvious methodology.         ..... and same results, with like 3 of 5 tranformers. (.  the ones that didnt work, i suspect, was due too obvious factors) , core material or windings being used out of spec / understandings... * ... 

btw 4007 diodes and soldered joints, mostly.  ;-D.  really not nasa style anything....     but it didnt take it any further, - 130-140% is marginal . - but.  if i ever hire somebody into developing coding, i will try again. with auto cap dumping, and somthing more efficent than a 555timer / stacked cd4017's.  

 

(il try to keep this tread too bucking coils only, -  since that is what i am working on (peers left at newman motor builds) - they are fun !  youtube /watch?v=sJ3zjje8hgw

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Vidura posted this 12 April 2019

Hi patrick1 and welcome on the best forum, it's good to see new active members always. I have heard about some dc-dc converters of the shelf that seems to be slightly above unity efficiency, although I could not verify this by myself. With130%+ it should be possible to self sustain the circuit with a feedback loop, which is the best proof, as measured values can be tricky sometimes. Regarding the MOT device be aware that these are designed to run at full load, respectively regulated on the primary, so if changes on the load conditions are made they are prone to become very inefficient if using the original primary winding. Good luck with your experiences. Vidura

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Jagau posted this 12 April 2019

he Chris

 

The Currents are critical to view, the Currents are the Electromagnetic Wave and together they give you the Electromagnetic Field Interactions.

 

Yes i think so measurements must be carefully checked

 other researchers noted the same thing

JLN quote

Clearly there are fileds present in bucking coils

 

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Atti posted this 12 April 2019

 

patrik1

You can declare anything. Can you show it 130-140%? hehe

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Atti posted this 12 April 2019

Hi Vidura.
You know very well that it is difficult to prove the efficiency of units over 100%.
As you recommend:
-It should be self-propelled
-or DC input DC output measurement
Everything else deceives you.
You say well, this is a good forum. Thanks for sharing. Everyone has contributed.
(I measured myself like that, but I didn't set up such a good theory as Chris or others)
However, I still can't see any of the correct measurements taken by anyone.

The answers are usually always:
Here is the drawing and the theory, work for it.
(but we know well, can say anything)

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patrick1 posted this 12 April 2019

Hehe I CAN DECLARE, that it is possible i am wrong with my results, - however, i did bother too test the idea... ** ;-D

is that i wanted too rule it out, as being impossible, or and see'ing how close i can get too 100% with my current skills and equipment, which is all very humble....   and try again in some years, ,  so naturally, getting well over unity. was quite surprising,

i recall the experiment a little, actually im still using the same crusty digital scope as i type this reply.,, one cap on the input, - and 2 output caps, -   and if you count the energy left in the input cap, at the time the transistor stopped conducting, it was over cop1.4  ... tried plenty of transformers, (and base resistors....)...  just couldnt make the problem go away......

 

thx for the welcome. and i look forward too posting more about my bucking replication.

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Chris posted this 15 April 2019

My Friends,

Simple things, think simple, preventing complication, things we must do!

Two Wires, one switch, I have provided a simple diagram for such switching, a simple light dimmer circuit, a Triac with a Diac, a Resistor, a pot and a cap:

Ref: https://www.ecnmag.com/

A simple circuit to switch in the second Partnered Output Coil can make these machines work as I have said:

 

Its all there, in what I believe to be its simplest form. Study specifically the Magnetic Field Interactions! I wish I could do more to help!

   Chris

patrick1 posted this 15 April 2019

OH Chris, Its all There buddy,  - but is it back too front, too make me think back too front ? ;-D      hysterical

I had some success 45 mins ago. and filmed it. , - it may even be over unity, but not by much....  ignore the smoking primary. ;-D

and critically.

 

yours sincerely,

BRO

Chris posted this 15 April 2019

Hey Patrick,

Thanks for sharing your experiments! Awesome work!

I recommend measuring the Output Currents on the scope. I mentioned in this Post.

This is an important step in understanding your machine. Its important that you don't get a Ground Loop, so using the diagram I provided will help. Select the same terminal on the Partnered Output Coils.

You should get the same results, as The Mr Preva Experiment, less the Sinusoidal waveform of course.

Nice work and thanks for sharing!

   Chris

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patrick1 posted this 16 April 2019

Thnx for the suggestion, - i measured the output currents, and was not supprised by the results... ** .. Still Trying too improve this transformer, -  its about 40% efficient with the bucking coils, and about 93% without.

so far i have managed too determine that i was bullshit lucky with my 93% test, in choosing loads for my hacked MOT.

and that my POC's are demonstrating the principle. which i am slowly coming too understand.... i will be aiming for high voltage outputs like JLN , and not something in the range of 1ohm like many others, seems easier for me.... i am in the process of testing my previous POC transformers too determine if they are less woeful. -  many of the ferrite attempts are excellent as conventional transformers... gotta get my head out of the fruit bowl

Chris posted this 16 April 2019

Thanks Patrock!

Thanks for sharing. Lots of work gone into diagrams and so on!

Top scope shot is Output Currents? Across 1 Ohm Resistor? Second two are Voltage? Try flipping One Partnered Output Coil's Terminals over.

There are elements in your wave shapes that are correct.

There is a little fiddling!

Can you adjust input Frequency or are you mains locked?

For some insight, have a look at the Above-Unity Tag.

   Chris

Chris posted this 17 April 2019

 

 

My Friends,

Some points I would like to point out, from my last videos:

 

Partnered Output Coils:

 

How the Coils might be placed:

 

  1.  The Primary Coil has a Changing Current, thus a Changing Magnetic Field, which Induces a Voltage on the Secondary.
  2. The Secondary's Voltage will have a Current that is also Changing in Time if a Resistive Load is placed on the Coil.
  3. The Third Coil, the second Partnered Output Coil can be Switched in accordingly, with the detected Voltage on 2.
  4. The Rate, or Timing, in Time of the Switching in, can be adjusted to where the Effects we have described, are seen.
  5. A tunning or adjustment of Frequency and Duty Cycle along with the timing of the switch is important.

 

The difference in Conductivity between the Two Partnered Output Coils creates Magnetic Resonance!

You will see a Triangle Waveform as I have described, when you find Magnetic Resonance.

   Chris

patrick1 posted this 17 April 2019

laughs out loud .  well done chris, i came on tonight too check for updates, - & apologize for my over sized images, and fix it.

little did i expect you too summarize your work, in the best fassion i have ever read. ... and i have read what must be a hundred pages, you have written, and several hours of video, - .. and more amazingly, i have managed those feats in about 4 hours flat. - so my next step, is too rush a little less.

 

peace.

. also i will share my work with the newman motor as it goes on, - i think results of cop 1 > 10 > 100, depends on how much mechanical output you want, is enough too turn anyones crank. 

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Chris posted this 17 April 2019

My Friends,

I want to share some thoughts I have shared with a Friend wink


 

There is a theme I am trying to share:

 

Any Output Coil with a Resistive Load will have a Phase Angle between the Voltage and Current very close to Zero Degrees. So as long as the Output Coil sees a Resistive Load, then there is no difference between Voltage or Current Controlled Switches.

However, we do often have a Capacitor on the Output, remembering this is used to smooth the Output, this is not a Resonant LC Tank.

The Circuits that can be used are endless, the configurations many, but the ideas that must be followed are very specific.

The basic idea is as follows:

 

 

The Timing of the switch is a factor to be learned for the machine you are building. Input, try what ever you find easiest until you get the best Output.

 

As an example:

The MEG Team used this Circuit:

 

 

Where D2 is a TVS - Voltage Controlled Switch.

With this basic arrangement:

From my early MEG work this version not published until only a few years ago.

 

With this Output Data:

 

I believe the Data is inverted on one or both Axis.

Question: What's required to make The MEG Work?

Answer:

  • Input Voltage Adjustment.
  • Input Frequency Adjustment.
  • Input Duty Cycle Adjustment.

Ask yourself, what happens when the TVS Conducts? L3 is short-circuited right? Maximum Current Flows, and What's this Maximum Current doing to the other Coils? "Generating" Voltages, and also because the other Coils have Loads, they also have a Current, they will be equal and opposite in time when the machine is tuned correctly, we end up with The Mr Preva Experiment Magnetic Resonance. 

We Catch the Wave, we see Magnetic Field interactions within the Machine, that act upon themselves in such a manner to Resonate between themselves.

Its in the way we have been bought up to think, I am sure there is a way of thinking, we have been taught to think in such a way, that does not allow us to see some of these simple things.

   Chris

cd_sharp posted this 18 April 2019

Hey, man

Is it possible to use the smoothing capacitor on the output for controlling the voltage that controls the switch. Could this be a way to tune the switch, maybe aiming for 100V and smooth it down to 70V that a MOV needs?

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Chris posted this 18 April 2019

Hey CD,

Of course, all this depends entirely on the machine and the Circuits used on the Output.

I want to direct this example to The MEG, in honour of Tom Bearden's life's work. Lets listen very carefully to the video of Lee Kenny and Steve Patrick:

 

The words:

We couldn't directly connect a load to the Input Coils, that we were not activating, however we were able to place a device called a Transorber across the Coil, this aloud us to measure part of the power in this Coil.

Ref: @15 : 44 The MEG Demo

 

Lets ask the Question: Why couldn't they directly connect a load to the Input Coils, that we were not activating?

Because of Lenz's law? Because if there is no Delayed Conduction, they Get no Magnetic Resonance and the Machine does not go Above Unity? Yes...

We know, from two sources and also from Experiment, that this is a very simple Circuit:

 

The MEG Demo Circuit

 

Where D2 represents a Bi-Directional TVS.

 

The MEG Team gave us their Input to Output Data:

 

 

I guess what I am trying to say, is the Machine will be different depending on your Build.

Smoothing Caps are often used, and Circuits can be employed to detect Voltage levels before they reach Cap Voltage, but after that, then it gets difficult.

What I recommend is follow the outlines given, study hard those before us.

I have placed huge amounts of information in the References Library! learn from them, learn from Experiment, follow the basic outline I have tried to lay out.

Remember, the Switch will be mostly on! Its a short switch in at the right time when the Coils start to have a Voltage.

   Chris

Jagau posted this 18 April 2019

Hi Chris

A strong point in the MEG Team video is when it states this:

I inserted a pulse I would get a pulse in and when I dropped that pulse I would
get a second one in other words I would get two outputs for every one input

Very interesting indeed

Jagau

Chris posted this 18 April 2019

Hey Jagau,

Fantastic point, and we know why wink. Floyd Sweet told us almost the same thing:

If the directions of the two signals are such that opposite H-fields cancel and E-fields add, an apparently steady E-field will be created. The energy density of the fields remain as calculated above, but the value of the E-field will double from E / 2 to E.

Ref: Nothing  is Something by Floyd Sweet

 

This is Partnered Output Coils, its how they work, Equal and Opposite, Experiment shows us Current Doubles wink. Voltage costs us nothing. So yes, its a requirement, we must get two outputs from one input.

All we have to do is find the right combination of ingredients to make our Pie.

   Chris

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Vidura posted this 19 April 2019

This frequency doubling is also seen on the Markov transformer, in the patent is stated that it ocurres only with iron cores, not with ferrite, the same is said about the Paraformer.

vidura

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Jagau posted this 19 April 2019

 

Listen to your voice how you grumble and when.

I do not grumble,  I see what is said in the video meg team

It is probably a bad translation from you 

Jagu

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Atti posted this 20 April 2019

Jagau!

You're not grumbling!
The translation was really misinterpreted.
I apologize for that.

 

I think I'll miss out on those comments afterwards. More good work for everyone.

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Jagau posted this 20 April 2019

Do not worry, it's forgiving


I would like to be able to appreciate your video that we can translate the word

we do not have access to the translator of utube

maybe Chris could tell you how to do thank


Jagau...

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Chris posted this 5 weeks ago

My Friends,

We say when its very quiet: Crickets...

I expect many are attempting very simple experiments, in delaying the conduction of the Second Partnered Output Coil. Very simple Circuits can be employed, or even geometry's.

After all, a very short delay on the Black Wire, the Second Partnered Output Coil:

 

 

Could create a very large gain if it is timed right:

 

Wow, a Symphony! 

   Chris

 

P.S: I have built a Database, it has every post ever Posted, on all the Forums on the internet related with Energy. I have AI scanning the texts now, looking for anomaly's in relationships and actions. A record has been laid out, we have tech now that will identify those not working for the Good Side

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Jagau posted this 5 weeks ago

A lot of Easter time visits are now over.
As I am waiting for parts for another project, I have decided to build this kind of circuit that you propose.

I have almost all the pieces except the core. I have one in ferrite that works up to 80 Khz in old TV monitors.
As you seem to have already done the MEG do you think I will have good results with this ferrite instead of the honeywell AMCC320?


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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Hey Jagau,

I have built many devices, and yes I started The MEG Project back on 17 June 2009. This was my first MEG:

 

This was my second MEG, which was more successful:

 

 

My big MEG was just too big and heavy to work with. Too hard to change turns and so on.

I have replicated most of the machines from those before me, Melenchenko, Akula, and so on, some successful some not. I blame my failed results on my lack of knowledge, not the machine itself.

Right now we have something we have never had before! We have a baseline Guide on how to achieve an Above Unity Machine! My pages give this to you!

No-one else has ever provided this Free to Humanity!

   Chris

Jagau posted this 4 weeks ago

I built what could be called a MINI-MEG, in order to check what this type of circuit can give and then produce a more efficient one, so I'm on my first try and I'm already surprised by the results I will soon share some pictures
Thank you Chris you are our inspiration and a huge source of information.


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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

My Friends,

If I may re-iterate requirements, Three Coils, one Input Coil, Two Output Coils, make them Buck, one way is Delayed Conduction on one Coil, this makes the Two Output Coils buck.

This thread, and the thread: Parallel Wire or Bifilar Coil Experiment and How to build your own Above Unity Machine

Please, this information will give you access to Energy Machines!

   Chris

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patrick1 posted this 4 weeks ago

I have decided that my original approach is no good Chris. - please let me add my thoughts, and correct me if i am wrong.

My replications of delay effect, - have been all on mains AC. - with iron cores, - now i do see results, but never OU.(which is unusual for me).  - because in the case of this delay effect @ 50hz, - the magnetic resonance is contingent on the parameters of the core.,  thus, - what is not possible @ 50hz, may be excellent @ 250hz.   ,  so it will not always be possible too acheive a good outcome with a random core.... @ 50 hz, -   . so instead of trying largers cores, - i have followed your advise, and downloaded a sine wave generator for my laptop, and am using an high power, audio amplifier too drive my primary, -   will share my latest attempt in short order.

 

Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Hey Patrick and All,

You need:

 

Of course this is outlined in several posts already in other threads. But for new readers, I have posted again. You will also need some time and patience to find the point where this Magnetic Resonance can be found.

If you use the tag: Above-Unity, some more information can be gleamed.

   Chris

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Forelle posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi everyone, Can anyone tell me in which range the frequency and dutycycle has to be to reach magnetic resonance , for example if it is around 500hz could it be that at 499 hz nothing happens and at 500hz you would reach it and the dutycycle lets say is at 10% and nothing happens and at 11% you would reach it. Thank you and a good day.

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Jagau posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Forelle
A short pdf that will answer many of your questions.
Jagau

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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

For All,

Magnetic Resonance, is where the Coils have Equal and Opposite Currents, 180 degrees apart.

 

 

The Currents are produced by the sudden switching in of the Second Partnered output Coil, Delayed Conduction:

 

 

Could create a very large gain if it is timed right:

 

 

In The MEG, One Coils sees a sudden Conduction, because a Transient Voltage Suppressor is placed directly across it, the Other coil has a small load, maybe a 1 watt globe, so the Circuit for The MEG looks like this:

 

The MEG Demo Circuit

 

 

Where D2 represents a Bi-Directional TVS.

 

The MEG Team gave us their Input to Output Data:

 

 

So, Magnetic Resonance is where the two Partnered Output Coils have Maximum Reactions, where the Electromagnetic Waves between each Coil Slap Together very hard, exactly as shown by the Ocean Waves in the above video, and they create a Sawtooth Waveform. A small Input triggers a Large Output.

   Chris

Forelle posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Chris,

you did not understand my question,maybe i have formulated it wrong,lets consider you have everything right,i would like to know if for example a device from you where you have magnetic resonance and you found it at 500hz how narrow are the steps which you are dialing,what i mean would it resonate at 499hz also?I think i understand most of what you told us,i know when you have a device which resonates at 100khz and you are 1hz of that it doesnt matter.Actually i know most of the most important Threads parrotlike(in my language).Thats one reason i do not like to post much because it is many times hard for me in english,for this post i write about 20 minutes).If you want please delete your last post,maybe it proves that i really do not understand what is going on,but i dont think socool.

Jagau thanks for the pdf.

Thank you Chris.

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Forelle posted this 4 weeks ago

I have thought about my question and i have to excuse me because it is a complete nonsens,two times.embarassedI try onesmore and so it is much shorter ,is it best to have exactly the 180° or is it better a little of?I hope you dont mean i am a troll.If you want i can delete the other posts.

 

Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Oh I am sorry Forelle,

Frequency Steps: 1-5Hz approximately, you will know when you're heading into it. Especially at low frequencies.

The Resonance determines the Phase, which is very hard to observer in Pulsed DC Systems. AC is easier. But harder to work with.

I will re-word my last post, it may be helpful for others.

I am sorry for miss understanding your post.

   Chris

 

Forelle posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Chris 

No problem ,i have asked so complicated that you have to answer like you did.

I asked this question because i have made the 180° phaseshift with air core coils and Ac( signal not power,for this coils it was at about 3.5Mhz) and there it is no problem,you dial the frequencygenerator until you have it,but with my flyback core i have tried many different configurations and had only slightly phaseshift of max.2 degrees,and the core does not go more than 200khz and the wave gets so small you cant see it anymore.Maybe i should change to an other core.I have tried the Mr.Preva experiment but ther it was the same,i take staff that i have at home,the biggest problem i have is that i fall 100% under Murphys law.laughingBut i think i have understood most of what you showed us.

Good day

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Vidura posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Forelle You could try at much lower frequency, it is normal for most cores that the losses become too large at high frequencies, and the signal vanished. You can find here some information about second order magnetic fields: http://gorchilin.com/articles/coil/magneticwaveresonance?lang=en I hope this helps, Vidura.

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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Hey Forelle,

Vidura is right, much lower Frequencies.

Also, Current ( I ) through Turns ( N ) is Magnetomotive Force. Increase your Turns to see Forces at work wink

Getting a feeling for The Mr Preva Experiment is, in my humble opinion, very beneficial! I would recommend becoming acquainted.

   Chris

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Forelle posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi

I start at 30 hz and go up so far until the core can't handle it anymore because i am at the beginning and dont know the device and do not know  when the phaserelation starts to change.I have L1 12 and and L2L3 36 windings with a flyback core with 7x4 cm..Yesterday i startet to build a other one with a 3C90 core 100/57/25 ,i thought i start with L1 20 and L2 L3 80 windings of 1,3mm wire.Since i know what i have to do it is not realy frustrating if it doesnt work from the beginning.

Vidura thanks for the link.

https://www.tme.eu/at/details/u100_57_25-3c90/ferritkerne/ferroxcube/u100-57-25-3c90/

Oliver

 

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patrick1 posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi,  I just finished my new circuit too test. - , it can;

1.detect a positive voltage and start a timer too determine the delay before conduction,

2.create the conduction pulse, with another timer,   ,    simple right ?...  using 2 breadboards and 6 ics.   lol..!!

does anyone have any tips, assuming a square wave positive offset input. ...   i am more likley too find a sweet spot, by rebounding 90% of the input pulse, or just the last 10% ;-D.....

one other concern i have is that it wont work at all with a positive only offset square wave input. -   perhaps i will need a h bridge.

 

Jagau posted this 4 weeks ago

Sorry patrick but I can not see which circuit you're talking about,

could that help me give you an opinion?


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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi Patrick,

Sounds very ingenius!

Please post a image of the circuit so we can comment on it, that is, if that's want you want?

I have found, sometimes, the simpler the better. With Spikes, I have blown quite a bit of equipment, so please be careful.

   Chris

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Chris posted this 4 weeks ago

Hi my Friends,

Well, a distraction, goal achieved, one down on me.

The following, simple, cheap, circuit, controls the speed of a 2000 Watt Vacuum Cleaner:

 

 

From Full Speed, to less than half speed approximately. The simple Circuit:

 

 

There is beauty in Simplicity. Blue is Mains Neutral, Brown is Mains Hot, or Active Line. Red is Motor in and Motor Out. The waveform:

 

 

The same ideas apply, the same triggering applies, Delayed Conduction, this is one mechanism. And, its important!

   Chris

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

I have said before, I do not like the term Ferroresonance. Magnetic Resonance is a much better term, I am going to say, they are the same thing. Personally, in all the vagueness of both phenomena, I cannot find a difference.

It is well researched, Transformer Over Voltages, but it is not well documented that Switching, or lack of switching can induce Magnetic Resonance.

 

 

 

There is no difference between Delayed Conduction:

 

 

 

Now and again one may pick up a nugget or two! I have attached some pdf documents below.

If you have a minute, I would recommend a read here:

Ferro-resonance due to interruption of magnetizing currents of a cable fed transformer

 

   Chris

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

As we know, have covered in many places for a long time now, we have an Input Coil that is switched on, as the Current Ramps up / Changes in Time, our Output Coils have an Induced Voltage on then according to Faradays Law of Electromagnetic Induction.

 

 

A Voltage is Induced, and because we have a Load on one Coil, a Current is drawn. Very simple Science. Exactly the same process occurs on the Third, or Second Partnered Output Coil, except this Coil has no Load, no Current is flowing in this Coil, it is Open Circuit.

But, not for long!

The Input Coil's Current Ramps Up like so:

 

 

This indicated, and should be clear now, that we have a Time relationship, the On Time vs the Delayed Conduction Time, we need to find that happy medium, or the sweet spot, were the Input is only on long enough to trigger the process and the Trigger process is fast enough to induce enough Output Voltage, E.M.F = -Ndφ/dt, yes a Transient, time rate of change, to get the Partnered Output Coils working.

In the below Image, the Top Trace, the Input, its short timed, just enough to get the Coils to do their thing!

 

 

 

We switch in the Second Partnered Output Coil, in the form of Delayed Conduction technique, and this is what happens:

 

 

Partnered Output Coils Pump Current, as long as the Potential is high enough:

 

 

Ask any scientist, any Physicist: "Does it cost us anything for Voltage" then ask: "Does it cost anything for Current" - Then ask WHY!!! You will not get an answer forth coming!

We have already covered, Current is MMF, Magnetomotive Force, it must be supported and an Equal and Opposite Current MUST Support it.

All you have to do is start the Pump!

   Chris

 

P.S: Thank You! You are all Awesome!

Atti posted this 3 weeks ago

Hi everyone.
I was curious about how a phenomenon develops.
How the power of the recorded current may decrease as the same secondary voltage. Or more.
It is related to my own thoughts and my own experiment.

But I mix another topic now. You must have remembered Tinman's rotating transformer. I know Chris did the experiment. You say what you think.

A similar theory is not a motor but a transformer. Therefore:
-Only with a self-closing oscillator, the demonstration works!
If you observe Tinman's rotating transformer, its speed (frequency) will also change.
-The load also affects.
-Reduced Frequency (TL494, SG..555) does not have a decrease in current strength. I tried it almost everywhere.
-No, it's not due to demagnetization.
- Even if the secondary side load is a half-wave diode or graetz bridge.
- Even if the secondary roll consists of a row.
- Only if we use the Chris layout.
-The load must be pulse-like in the Chris coil arrangement. Think of Mr Preva's experiment.
-Maximum 20% may be the fill factor.

I must have been wrong in many places!
I did this experiment quickly with the existing materials. It was not necessary to prepare for this purpose. Once again, it's just a demo to examine the effect. I think there is no special magic or the like.

I trust that the translation is understandable.
I will continue.

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

 

A terrible attempt at a Timing Chart! However, the Indicator ( I ) is the Input to the Mosfet ( Q1 ). The Indicator ( O ) is the Input to ( Q2 ). Now Frequency and Duty Cycle will vary, but you get the idea.

Q2 is on for a lot longer than Q1, Q1 is only a Trigger, to get the Potentials up.

 

 

Each and every Coil has one of these, and when timed right, the Magnetic Resonance creates some amazing effects!.

   Chris

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hi Patrick,

I have recommended the use of a Microcontroller to people. See: Reliable and Flexible Switching System 

CD_Sharp is now using a microcontroller, a Netduino and it appears it has become a main part of his tool kit.

Easy and flexible, easy to program, easy to get an output pulse train of your design. The complexity's of building small PWM circuits mostly dissaprars.

If we can all agree on a single model, and if the model does not come to EOL too soon then I can share some very fancy software to drive these machines.

Pushing a button, if the frequency is at 50Khz is going to be tricky, thus the reason I an suggesting a Micro:

 

Thanks for sharing, its always good to see progress!

   Chris

 

 

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

Time is a critical factor in these configurations! Timing is made easy when we have simple Hardware to make changes in Time easier! Using a Microcontroller, or a simple Circuit, designed to make these changes with the adjustment of a Potentiometer.

REMEMBER: We have proof of the delayed switching of Graham Gunderson's MIT:

 

 

 

 

For new comers, and there appears to be a huge amount from all over the world! Please take the time to read the entire thread and all supporting threads. Its worth your time to make sure you know what the material I am sharing is about!

Don't forget, the Timing of the Conduction of the Output Coils is very important!

Getting this right will give you a machine that "Generates" much more energy Out than you put in!

   Chris

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

This is another video for those interested in looking at Microcontrollers:

 

How cool is that? I learnt a few new things in there also!

   Chris

 

P.S: I have moved Patricks posts out to his own thread so we can see his progress more accurately. Thanks Patrick!

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

I think its important to note, in Electronics Engineering, what I am showing you, is considered a big no no!

But WHY and HOW is this painted as a Big No No? Lets have a look at how they drum this into you:

 

 

Switching Harmonics, but why are Harmonics dangerous? Especially the third?

 

 

Now, truly this explanation is completely useless and explains nothing!

When it is said: "Dangerous", what is really meant, is the fact that Energy is "Generated" is excessive amounts and can blow your circuitry to smithereens. Honest to God truth! But they cant tell you that, because its one of those closely held secrets!

If you remember what Tom Bearden said about Non-Linear Loads?

 

So, we are looking for Harmonics, this is what we are aiming for, Big Harmonics, because we know how to Pump Current!

 

We want, which is exactly the situation in the above Video, a pretty reasonable Harmonic for this reason!

   Chris

 

P.S: Brad aka Tinman is still visiting our pages, looking for information! So be careful, do not post to much, or it will be stolen, and then claimed as his, this is the case with his latest Carbon Battery @www.youtube.com ( sKEMw3ZpTUM, gsTdr2eFRpE ), an invention of Carl Gassner in 1881. A whole bunch of people going crazy over a 100 year old invention, repainted, today as a new and amazing super capacitor. People so need to do their homework! tongue-out

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

I would like to introduce a way of thinking, that may advance your thinking tremendously, if you have not already begun to adopt this idea.

A Potential, or a Voltage is a difference from one point to another.

When dealing with a Wire, we have an Insulated Conductor that has one Terminal at one Potential and another Terminal at a different Potential.

We measure these differences in Potentials on our Oscilloscopes:

 

 

 

All pretty simple so far!

 

Now, If we look at Harmonics, what do we see? We see what is termed Distortion. A very important word Distortion, because this is not actually a correct term for what is occurring!

Lets look at this waveform:

 

 

 

A rough analogy of occurrences and Interactions between waveforms. The Green waveform is showing what is termed as Distortion. Normally Distortion is something that is recommended to avoid. It is drummed into engineers minds all through their training, textbooks and lecturers repeat this continually, its almost like a type of brain washing. Repetitive Suggestion.

We must stop and ask ourselves what's really occurring? What is truly occurring?

What is occurring is Superposition of Potentials in Time.

 

 

We have covered Superposition many times, so at this stage the penny will drop!

How?

We have a Voltage that is "Generated" that is in the reverse direction, so on the Green line, we have a Dip, at the peak, this is directly related to the Purple trace, which has a phase that is approximately 180 Degrees out of phase to the Green line. So if we were to take a simple 1 + -1 equation then we loose amplitude at this particular point in time.

We have Harmonics, ONLY because we have "Generated" Potentials, and thus Currents must flow, in a direction that can be subtractive to our Source! This is critical to see.

"Generated" Potentials, which can be additive or subtractive depending on the Harmonic we are looking at:

 

 

An example of harmonics, were we can see relationships. For example, 1/2 is directly in the middle of the first waveform, called the Fundamental normally.

Why does the Wave on the beach Slap so hard into the Incoming wave? Because there is a relationship to the Fundamental that "Creates" a larger Fundamental, remember Tom Bearden's video?

 

 

 

What did he say: "A larger Fundamental" so how does our wave Relationship work?

Two wave forms in, to make a larger Fundamental, well, again, we have seen this, on the beach:

 

 

 

The Timing is the Relationship, the Wave are the Actions, together, they can create a larger Fundamental!

So, by using Delayed Conduction, we introduce our Second Wave Form, this is the Timing part, where the Delay in Conduction creates a Second, not normally present, which is considered to be a Harmonic, and engineers are told to avoid, Waveform that does the very same Slapping together with the First Waveform, creating the larger Fundamental.

The entire Machine is Non-Linear!

The Coils and the Timing of them are Non-Linear!

The Switch to create the Delayed Conduction is Non-Linear.

The Load is Linear, as a load can be.

So, I ask you to think on this! Its important! Its the Actions in the Machine, we are creating a Non-Linear operating Machine. There is no Magic, its simple, its just a case of following the very simple rules I have laid out, I have taken a long time to learn this and to lay it out in a way I hope others can understand.

   Chris

Vidura posted this 3 weeks ago

To think about the harmonics is really important, in the chart here you can easily see why the third harmonic is specially "dangerous". As all odd numbers of harmonics the middle peak adds to the fundamental frequency, and in the third the amplitude is the greatest. I remember some transformer testing when due to overload of the audio amplifier a harmonic was produced, and I measured values very close to unity while the amplifier was dissipating considerable heat. Vidura.

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

My Friends,

Yes exactly.

 

Voltage has a Polarity and the Superposition of Potential can reduce or reinforce the fundamental. Constructive or destructive reinforcement. An example of this is the Tesla Switch:

 

 

 

Current has a Polarity and the Superposition of Current can reduce or reinforce the fundamental. Constructive or destructive reinforcement. An Example of this is The Mr Preva Experiment:

 

 

Superposition of Voltage and Current are different! These two work in opposite ways, only under certain conditions!

   Chris

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patrick1 posted this 3 weeks ago

I really think i am see'ing the effects today Chris !! 

my revelation of the day , for today is ;      ( these usually become redundant almost every single day )

That, - the circuitry is not very important, - i FEEL great, about my circuit, - but i think too make a successful transformer, - its most important too build the transformer too suit the job....     i feel there is infinite recipes for a suitable circuit, - but only one for the suitable transformer build.

and of course the lessons and experience is invaluable, because its all pointless if you dont understand it....   unlike conventional electronics.

 

Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Hey Patrick,

Yes, the recipe is simple, Three Coils, One Input, Two Output Coils, Drive as this thread explains very well. Look for the effects and improve the effects to the best of your ability.

   Chris

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

My Friends,

I hope, soon, people will understand the significance of my showing this image:

 

 

In combination with my very familiar image:

 

 

These images give you Voltage and Current Polarity, some polarity's that Science may not agree with. Giving you Energy that is in reverse to Current Conventional Energy.

I want to make a special note to all readers, this is more important than anyone can currently realise! Use this in combination with the information recently shown in my videos and in my posts and its very easy, with the right equipment to make a machine that "Generates" a lot more Energy than is input!

   Chris

Vasile posted this 2 weeks ago

 

Hello,

I have tryed the above schematic (splliting the positive), but with capacitors and it does not function as stated.  I will give it a try with batterys, maybe they act different.

All the best.

 

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Vasile,

Member L0stf0x has done a lot of excellent work here, very successful results! Split the Positive

Hope this helps some!

   Chris

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Dadrev posted this 2 weeks ago

@chris

Entiendo que rectificamos la corriente AC y hacemos correr positiva de un lado y negativa, retrasada de otro. Es el camino?

Saludos...

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hola Dadrev, No, es todo de salida DC. El voltaje es solo el potencial, se mantiene lo más alto posible debido a nuestra geometría de circuito. Tenemos dos caminos actuales iguales y opuestos, uno positivo, uno negativo. ¡La Corriente Negativa como se describe en otras publicaciones tiene algunas características inusuales!

Sin embargo, no creo en toda esta basura de energía radiante! Creo en intentar explicar lo que tenemos en términos científicos adecuados que todos con sus cabezas atornilladas pueden comprender.

Su energía negativa, su opuesto a la energía positiva, tiene un flujo de corriente que es inverso. Entonces, la polaridad del voltaje es de una manera, la corriente es lo opuesto.

 

Hi Dadrev, No it's all DC Output. The Voltage is Just the Potential, it is held as High as possible because of our Circuit Geometry. We have two equal and opposite Current paths, one Positive, one Negative. Negative Current as described in other posts has some unusual characteristics to it!

However, I do not believe in all this Radiant Energy Garbage! I believe in attempting to explain what we have in proper scientific terms that all with their heads screwed on can grasp.

Its Negative Energy, its opposite to Positive Energy, it has a Current flow that's in reverse. So Voltage Polarity is one way, Current is the opposite.

 

Apologies, I hope Google Translate has done a good job!

I hope this helps some!

   Chris

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

My Friends,

I need to clarify!

No it's all DC Output.

 

What I mean by this, is, You push up, it must come Down, you push Down, it must come back Up, the polarity is depends entirely on which Direction you are pocking the stick at. 

Again, AC is just DC Half Cycles of differing Polarity compared to a Specific Reference Point. Normally this Reference Point is the Earth.

I hope this helps!

   Chris

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patrick1 posted this 2 weeks ago

I dont mean too poke a sleeping dragon, - im having difficulty making this work at all even in easy mode,-   but  what if its actaully easier too have dual input coils, aswell as dual output coils....     the question is, - can you setup a transformer geometry too be both efficient, and accept counter emf's on the input at the same time... by being far enough apart ,     and yet the bucking coils are close enough together too interact...   

Chris one of your transformers had 4 coils, and magnets, - is that your pies-ta reluctance ?

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Patrick,

You're not poking a sleeping dragon.

There is a little fiddling to this, I have said this before. Do not fear, because a clear focused mind can easily work out what's going wrong. 

  1. Your Input is a Frequency around 200Hz with a 10% Duty Cycle?
  2. Your Input Voltage is around 2 - 10 Volts?
  3. Your Input to Output Ratio is around 1 to 3?

 

What Circuit are you using on the Output for Delayed Conduction? Do you know for sure your Delayed Conduction  is triggering properly? Do you know the Time Constant is not changing to much on the Delayed Conduction?

  1. Starting with Open Conduction!
  2. Finishing with Closed Conduction!
  3. Cycle repeating?

 

You have a variable Frequency and Duty Cycle Equipment? Its important to tick off all the simple requirements! We need to follow the basic requirements or we are just wasting our time tongue-out.

You have the Potential up in the Core?

I want to repeat myself, The MEG Team used a TVS Across one Output Coil. They tuned the Frequency and Duty Cycle to the optimum Point where the Triggering of the TVS was sufficient and additive to the actual Magnetic Resonance point. Be prepared, The MEG Team found their Magnetic Resonance at somewhere like 31Khz.

Machines vary, I can not predict a Machine, it all vary's, with Core, Coils, Wire Type, the whole lot makes each machine very difficult to be able to predict!

The MEG Team have shared this with all of us already, as has JLN, as have Graham Gunderson, as has Don Smith, as has many other researchers finding the same amazing Effects!

Today, we have unique opportunity, we have the Data, we have the Results, we have mammoth amounts of Research Data, and I can tell you, this does work!

Only Liar's, Cheats, Bad Experimenters and Paid CIA Trolls tell you the opposite! This DOES work, when you have found the right conditions.

   Chris

Dadrev posted this 2 weeks ago

Chris, para variar la frecuencia se necesita un equipo adecuado? Se puede construir? Gracias

Chris, to vary the frequency you need a suitable equipment? Can you build? Thank you

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Vidura posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Dadrev, You will need some equipment to do this experiments. If you want to build your own you can try a simple 555 PWM circuit for DC pulsing, or for AC any signal source (SG or Computer Programm) with an audio amplifier. I am also working on a specially designed modular switching equipment with two channel PWM source, you can PM me if you're interested to order. It is still beta version, but it will be released soon. Hola dadrev Necesitarás algún equipamiento para hacer estos experimentos. Si desea construir usted mismo, puede probar un circuito simple de 555 PWM para CC pulsada, o para CA cualquier fuente de señal (generador de señales o programa de computadora) con un amplificador de audio. También estoy trabajando en un equipo de conmutación modular especialmente diseñado para estos experimentos con una fuente PWM de dos canales, puede enviarme un correo electrónico si está interesado en realizar un pedido. Todavía es la versión beta, pero será lanzado pronto. Vidura

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Dadrev,

Cheap equipment does a very good job! I have built some very cheap very good equipment: Reliable and Flexible Switching System 

Please read the threads, I have covered this on many occasions. I realise its hard with a translator, this is why I have reposted the link.

   Chris

patrick1 posted this 2 weeks ago

still cranking along.  -

this might make a good mechanized version.   and only $1.20 on ali

https://circuitdigest.com/microcontroller-projects/getting-started-with-stm32-development-board-stm32f103c8-using-arduino-ide

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Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

My Friends,

I thought we might had seen a few more experiments on this subject by now. Perhaps even a few Successful replications of the now famous Sawtooth Waveform.

In a few of my very early videos, I referenced the Hydraulic Ram Pump:

 

Careful study shows the action! As the Water rushes down the pipe, it reaches velocity sufficient to snap the Valve shut. This creates a large potential, a large Pressure, and the Water is forced up the second one-way valve not to return. This water is the Water that is pumped. Water is merely the medium used, put under pressure and regulated, where Time is a function of Resonance of the System.

Gravity is the Fuel for this Machine!

Water and Magnetic Flux are very similar in the base methodologies.

In the following MEG Schematic:

 

 

D2 is the Valve that Snaps Shut. Of we have also looked at the following analogy:

 

 

Where the Switch shown represents the Valve! The Valve snaps shut when the Velocity of the water is sufficient. This creates a large Potential, a large Pressure, then as we have learnt, this pressure must return to zero, but it must occur according to a specific Time Constant. This is Magnetic Resonance.

   Chris

Jagau posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Chris

The circuit that you propose above works very well .

in resonance and input impedances adapted  and after peeking and tweeking to the circuit, it gives power.

Jagau

Forelle posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi everyone,

i thought i put bthis patent here because it relates to delaying a coil,most know it.

https://teslauniverse.com/nikola-tesla/patents/us-patent-433702-electrical-transformer-or-induction-device

Have a good day.

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Forelle,

I agree, the great Nikola Tesla was delaying the Induction, but not the Conduction. In Time, there is quite some difference. However, If Timed correctly one could get the same end result!

I just love the terms used in those days:

In transformers as constructed now and heretofore it will be found that the electro-motive force of the secondary very nearly coincides with that of the primary, being, however, of opposite sign. At the same time the currents, both primary and secondary, lag behind their respective electro-motive forces; but as this lag is practically or nearly the same in the case of each it follows that the maximum and minimum of the primary and secondary currents will nearly coincide, but differ in sign or direction, provided the secondary be not loaded or if it contain devices having the property of self-induction.

 

I admire Nikola Tesla so much! A Man that did not just change the times he lived, but times for all ahead of him!

   Chris

Forelle posted this 2 weeks ago

Hi Chris It should only be an another hint that there are several ways to delay the current of course there is a difference between conduction and induction but as you said in the end you could reach the same goal.Some years ago one brings up this patent and called it gabriel device.I know that you know all this stories it is more for theyounger Members so they see there are more ways . Good day.

Chris posted this 2 weeks ago

Hey Forelle,

Exactly right!

As the great man points out, Magnetomotive force is only sufficient as an Action for a short part of the Cycle. Magnetomotive Force being the Current ( I ) through Turns ( N ), which is Ampere Turns, now an obsolete term. I think they use Amperes per square meter.

Anyway, it is true. We have covered many times, the Input is not the Source of the Output. It is only the Catalyst.

   Chris

patrick1 posted this 1 weeks ago

I Find it really strange - that my secondary's actually load the primary, irrespective of the phase shift degree. ..  even when i have a 2%duty input too my ferrite transformer, - and any combination of output timing and delay on the secondary pulses . 

i dont recall having that happen with iron transformers, - which i think i will go back too working with, - they seem easier somewhat.  although whats had my stumped tonight is output loads. -   you want a resistive load, that is almost a short circuit, - but thats not so easy. preferably one that produces light or charges a cap, - ...  anyways its 3am again, so il give it another go tomorrow with some paralell LEDs and see how that goes.

ferrite torroids produce beautiful waves, but they seem too know when you are cheating them out of energy.

Chris posted this 2 days ago

My Friends,

For the sake of rambling, I shall ramble.

As we all know now, a TVS has a break over voltage rating. This rating is where the device starts to become Conductive. A critically important aspect and the point of this and other threads.

Once selected, the TVS Break over Voltage Rating can not be changed.

The only way to make adjustments, is through Frequency Adjustments. If Voltage were equivalent to Rise, then Frequency is equivalent to Run.

 

 

Why do we need to adjust the Frequency?

Good point, I am still, to this day, not entirely sure. I do know that one can not achieve Magnetic Resonance without finding this Frequency point.  I do know this is normally a very short duration. I pointed out, my frequency was the time in-between the H-Bridge switching, between polarities, at 1.2 KHz and this duration is in the region of â€­0.0000014‬ to â€­0.0000003 seconds approximately.

I am guessing, The MEG Team have seen the same thing, if the average TVS is delay time is 1ps from 0V to BR Voltage, then an average time before TVS Break Over Voltage is easily in the order of 0.000001 seconds.  You can see on the Data The MEG Team have us:

 

 

Remembering the Frequency reported by The MEG Team was 31KHz.

Graham Gunderson did say his Switch at the Mosfet was in the order of around 1MHz, which is around â€­0.000001‬ seconds approximately.

Was Alfred Hubbard and the early research done there on the right path? Is this to do with Electron Paramagnetic Resonance ( 2.80GHz ) also pointed out by Floyd Sweet?

 

I think so!

So, to re-iterate, the Delay in Conduction is in the order of ‭0.0000014‬ to ‭0.0000003 seconds approximately.

   Chris

Vidura posted this yesterday

Hey Chris,

that is important info, I was experimenting with way longer times, will do a test with the new PWM , it should be possible to make sensible adjustments in this range.

Vidura

Atti posted this 23 hours ago

Hi.

 

MEG Team.....

Does anyone actually support these theories in practice? Measurement ?

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Chris posted this 11 hours ago

Hi Vidura

Yes should be easy

   Chris

Chris posted this 11 hours ago

MEG Team.....

Does anyone actually support these theories in practice? Measurement ?

 

Atti, you're in the wrong place if you don't!

I don't only support them, but I have shown and cross linked evidence to show the end results uniform across the board, not only to others work but also to mine.

So, If you are not willing to at the very minimum give them the benefit of the doubt then you're in the wrong place!

   Chris

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Atti posted this 9 hours ago

It was just a simple question.
  Has anyone measured the
  and outgoing power ratios.
(I measured)

Then I'm the culprit because I asked? Am I the troll?

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Vasile posted this 1 hour ago

  Has anyone measured the
  and outgoing power ratios.
(I measured)

Hello Atti,

Regarding the MEG, probably the best place to find schematics and measurement of input and output waveforms is J.L.Naudin site. Here is a link to the MEG replication that he has done:

http://jnaudin.free.fr/meg/megv21.htm

Naudin doesn't like to jump to conclusions even after a detailed analisys of the replication, he even says he doesn't work after the original papers, because he doesn't have them, and I don't know who has. He even admits that the best verification is to close the loop and he hasn't done that yet (his words). Anyway I think you should take everything with a pinch of salt, try not to look for complex schematics that will probably take you nowhere but instead look for a principle(s), because everything has one or more behind there workings. Try to expand on them and of course do experiments, your own experiments, not of others, because experiments are the best teacher.

All the best,

Vasile

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