Phase shifting in POC configuration

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Friends, this is one experiment I will have to meditate to for some time. The setup is:

L1 is half the length of L2 and L3 and the same type of wire. L1 is on top L2. L3 is on the other leg of the ferrite core.

Magenta trace is input voltage and the other 2 are POC voltage traces (yellow is L2 voltage and blue is L3 voltage).

If I use different types of wire, the effects are gone.

Sadly, I can see youtube cut the video after min 5:00. That's when I reduce the square wave duty cycle to 1%. Amazing result. I hope to have the time to record it tomorrow.

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Vidura posted this 3 weeks ago

Hi cd I had a similar behaviour in my setup with the ferrite rod and opposed coils, First a superimposed oscillation and when rising the frequency it becomes resonant, I'll make a post soon.

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Guys,

This is really important stuff!

Note: Floyd Sweet told us, REACTIVE At RESONANCE

 

 

 

Reactive Power means Input Power comes back out and at 90 Degrees All Input Power Come back Out again, youre using Zero Power to Run your Machines.

   Chris

 

 

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Vidura posted this 3 weeks ago

Cdsharp

it called my attention that in the first part of your video you fed a sinewave signal to the L1, but in the schematic you use a single transistor, is it DC with sinewave shape?

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

is it DC with sinewave shape?

Yes.

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Reactive Power means Input Power comes back out and at 90 Degrees All Input Power Come back Out again, youre using Zero Power to Run your Machines.

I hear you, buddy. Graham Gunderson said the same thing at some point, that if he plays a little with the frequencies of MIT he can make the output feed the input.

I don't understand why he did not show it.

Here's the continuation of my experiment, using square wave input. I didn't expect the result.

So many pulses and so regulated for 1% duty cycle input. Almost unbelievable.

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Changing the input coil to another type of wire keeps the effect obtained for the square wave input.

However, the sine wave input does not cause the same results at all.

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cd_sharp posted this 3 weeks ago

Guys, here is the latest experiment: L1 is half the length of L2 and L2 is half the length of L3.

The input is DC pulse square wave switching a BUZZ11 MOSFET for very low duty cycle and tiny current.

This is how the POC coils are ringing.

Fantastic, just like antennas and just like MrPreva experiment. That is AC sine wave, right?

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Chris posted this 3 weeks ago

Absolutely fantastic CD!

I think Zanzal shared a video, With the same wave pattern. I believe Avalon was the username, I cant find it for the life of me...

Edit: Found it:

 

Fantastic Work!

   Chris

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