Glenn's Replication

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glennmr2018 posted this 13 January 2019

Wow Chris - that was a really inspiring post! - and simple to follow too - which also makes it all the more inspiring!

You may have to pardon me -although i AM intending to replicate this exactly as you specified here, i am first going to post and share a design of mine based on yours which you and others here may well find inspiring as well - it all started by staring at your elegant solenoid drawings here with their sharp pointed endings points facing each other with a barely perceptible gap between them - very suggestive of SPARK GAPS - anyway, my designs will show what i mean! -

 - and below i will paste an annotated version to clarify some of my suggestions on this (i would remind readers that i had to leave all my lab parts and tools back in China some months ago and now have to gather resources together again to be able to build and test anything properly - which i intend to do over the next few weeks)

Explanation of Steps/Processes depicted here:

1. a.c. signal/excitation is firstly fed in on the right via the green coloured coils
2. input is directed via rectifier bridges to the left side to charge up C5 and C7
3. C5 and C7 reach approx. 300 V and then discharge across spark gaps between L5-L6 and L7-L8
4. oscillations then result between these inductor pairs and C6 and C8 respectively
5. the resulting oscillations are then fed off via rectifier bridges on the left to C1 and C3 on the right
6. C1 and C3 then in turn build/charge up to approx. 300V and then discharge between L1-L2 and L3-L4
7. the resulting oscillations between these inductors and the connecting caps C2 and C4 are then fed off via the two diode bridges on the right (by which time the original external input can be reduced!...) N.B it may be a good idea to first estimate or calculate the resonant frequency of each identical L-C-L set and set this as the initial input frequency! - as the system may well settle into this frequency naturally anyway!

Rationale behind the Spark Gaps - it has often been speculated, or even demonstrated in Tesla's works, that spark gaps perform a special role in value-adding to the (O-U) energy conversion process, and that here it may also well be the case, that these sparks placed strategically between the inductors with their bucking magnetic fields may well undergo an acceleration of their charges due to the scalar field created instantaneously by the opposing fields which of course will collapse as soon as the spark jumps across the gap - in other words, this situation could be rephrased as the creation of a 'self-generating discharge'! - currents may only flow when the charge is high enough to jump across the gap, at which instant the bucking fields also build up instantly and then collapse just as quickly - thus in this way the gaps have replaced the usual electronic gates = transistors etc that are placed at these points, and should also operate more efficiently in cutting off the instantaneous bucking currents and thus causing the classical voltage reversals and fly-back currents to be bled off from the resulting L-C-L series oscillations via the full wave rectifier bridges.

Lastly, (in the next post) i will paste below the original circuit diagrams i drew up in 2016 and posted on the O-U forum, which were also inspired by Chris's good and thorough presentations on that forum at that time (giving credit where credit is due, heh cool  - nothing like a bit of nostalgia to assist our inspirations! smile

Glenn MR







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glennmr2018 posted this 13 January 2019

p.s. i can't seem to be able to upload the original diagrams here right now - perhaps just have a 'nostalgic' look at the old forum discussion here -

glennmr2018 posted this 13 January 2019

p.s. my suggested 300 Volt build up on the caps and resulting spark-over is based on the standard estimation of 30KV per cm which equates to 300 V per micrometer - my suggested gap width - this will allow for a minimum voltage and safety level and is also intended to prevent damage to coil windings during discharge.

Brass spark gap electrodes are recommended due to lack of corrosion.

glennmr2018 posted this 17 January 2019

Just a word of explanation for anyone who bothers to read this - the reason why i tend to share firstly and test secondly is:-

1a. actually it's two-fold - i don't currently have the Means to build/test anything as all my equipment had to be left behind in another country, where i had my own lab for over 4 years and worked on things night and day - anyone who's interested can have a look at this short video compilation which proves it -

1b. more relevantly, if 'something happens' to me, then if i felt i had something worthwhile sharing, and shared it first, then some of my 'kindred spirits' of like mind may be thus able to benefit from it! - if i didn't share it and something happened, then there would be no chance of others sharing in and making use of whatever it was that i felt was worthwhile sharing! Get it now? 

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glennmr2018 posted this 2 weeks ago

720 degrees of flux orthorotations!

Jagau posted this 1 weeks ago

HI Glenn 

your are working very hard

Is it a H bridge POC ??

Thank to share


glennmr2018 posted this 4 days ago

hei Jagau!

                         Thanks for your kind comment and question! - no it's not a H bridge POC, but i can tell you that it is highly significant for our field of endeavour - and that it does involve a total flux rotation of 720 degrees! cool

Even tho' this photo doesn't show the circuitry, it has been shown in the schematic i posted above!

However, that circuitry is not the only design that will work - there are ''more ways to skin a cat" than that!

It is also closely related to Chris's work with POCs though it may not look like it does.

I can tell you a LOT more about it if you get back to me with an open mind - that's all you need.


Glenn MR

p.s. please see this article i wrote back in 2002 AD (under my pen-name Robert Michaels)



glennmr2018 posted this 4 days ago

p.p.s  - i mean it was actually back in 1996! - published in 2001-2, but a LOT has developed since then!

'wink, nudge, say no more' ... .. .

Jagau posted this 4 days ago

Hi glenn
Very interesting

common thread runs through all these achievements

Indeed I have the same feeling as you, after all the research that I made realize there is really a thread foundry between all these discoveries

p.s. noticed the date ok we have all right to make mistake


glennmr2018 posted this 3 days ago

hei Jagau!

                Yeah, right, and i am about to publish a MAJOR topic here, based all all my previous work up till now!

You will not regret seeing it and taking it in, i can promise you, man! cool

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