Resonant generator. Modernization.

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mrblobby posted this 22 May 2018

MrPreva just posted a rather interesting video.

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Resonant generator. Frequency of operation 50 kHz
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Chris posted this 22 May 2018

Hey MrBlobby,

Thanks for sharing!

I am very happy to see MrPreva again. His work is very important, the name of the Video is also very important.

Subconsciously all here have the answers. most need the conscious to manifest them into the physical.

 

What are the differences between the first Mr Preva Experiment and this one? Six Wires out if my counting is correct. Now I can only point to this image, one we have seen so many times before its most certainly getting boring now:

   Chris

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Zanzal posted this 23 May 2018

Maybe with a good understanding of partnered output coils its relatively straightforward, but for someone like me who don't know the simplicity doesn't actually make it easier to understand.

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Chris posted this 23 May 2018

A good point Zanzal,

Time and experience solves all problems. My old experiments, all taught me something. One of my best was one of my most simple.

Experiment, close observation, determine what is causing what, study Currents, study field interactions. Study why Noise is cancelled from the Common Mode Choke, after all, most of these devices are an off shoot of the Common Mode Choke.

Un-learn ingrained doctrine and free your thoughts. Don't look for numbers, look for effects, then improve by observation. One experiment, I have shared with all here, once understood, will bring for a new beginning: 

Some Coils Buck n some Coils DONT 

   Chris

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Chris posted this 24 May 2018

My Friends,

I would like to add MrBlobby's video links, the two others:

 

I hope you can see the relevance in those videos as well. Tape makes the visual hard.

   Chris

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Chris posted this 24 May 2018

My Friends,

I would like to point out, and encourage all here, the one for one similarities between the information presented in the following video about the Akula 30Watt Lantern: ( 11:05 )

 

Careful study you will see nearly exactly the same here:

 

Isn't it ironic, MrPreva is now making such progress! Great work MrPreva!

   Chris

 

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Chris posted this 24 May 2018

My Friends,

It may be worth a post on Resonance. We have covered this before.

What happens in an LC Circuit:

 

Magnetic Resonance is the term Floyd Sweet used, Akula termed Ferro Resonance, all of which is different from LC Resonance. This we have covered. But please, bear with me, I do tend to repeat myself, Remember, the Magnetic Field, the Current and the Voltage Potential in an LC Circuit have no counter parts. That is, other than themselves.

In the above Circuit, the operation will greatly change if L1 and L2 are Magnetically Coupled, or not Magnetically Coupled, there will be different Resonance Frequencies. Some may call this damping.

The change in the Magnetic Field ( B ) also brings a Change in Inductance ( L ), this also is the exact same change we see in an Electrical "Generator" and we have learned already, that the Current can Add from the Coil Interactions, this means the Magnetic Fields Opposing:

 

One must remember, the combination of an Inductor and a Capacitor bring a Phase difference between the Voltage and Current.

Remembering, at resonance, there can be a greater action:

 

Lets say: "An LC Circuit can have its own Positive Feedback and continue to Oscillate"

Magnetic Resonance, where the Currents are 180 degrees out of phase, thus the Magnetic Fields Opposing, invokes Electromagnetic Induction,  providing the Positive Feedback required!

   Chris

 

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Wistiti posted this 25 May 2018

Yep! That the way I also see it my freind! Well said.

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mrblobby posted this 26 May 2018

posted today, 27/05/18 you're REALLY going to like this one.

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Chris posted this 26 May 2018

Hey MrBlobby

Thanks for posting!

In this video, MePreva appears to be tinning into a 50KHz Source that is situated else where.

 

What gives this away is adding more caps to bring the Resonance Frequency closer to the source frequency, we see the Voltage Amplitude increase.

MrPreva does not appear to be aware of an extra source of Electromagnetic Radiation at 50KHz, but I can assure you its there, somewhere.

All resonant circuits need a source of excitation, the following video is an example of this:

 

It is a simple experiment, worth doing to prove, but I urge, beware of any external excitation!

Note: What MrPreva has shown in the above Video has value! It can be learned from! 

   Chris

 

P.S: I feel obligated to remove the "ABOVE-UNITY" Tag, as technically, its using a source not supplied or accounted for.

 

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mrblobby posted this 26 May 2018

 

In this video, MePreva appears to be tinning into a 50KHz Source that is situated else where.

MrPreva does not appear to be aware of an extra source of Electromagnetic Radiation at 50KHz, but I can assure you its there, somewhere

What would you speculate could be the 'extra' source Chris?

P.S: I feel obligated to remove the "ABOVE-UNITY" Tag, as technically, its using a source not supplied or accounted for.

I don't actually remember adding any tags.

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Chris posted this 27 May 2018

Hey Mrblobby,

What would you speculate could be the 'extra' source Chris?

Could be a few things, I am not sure, perhaps a bench-top SMPS or something.

I don't actually remember adding any tags.

Apologies, I did that, in an effort to get the Tags working a bit better.

   Chris

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Zanzal posted this 27 May 2018

Its a pretty reasonable assumption. If you find that your OU device is only OU at a specific frequency then you have to consider the possibility it may be acting as a receiver for a transmission at that frequency. If its in the near field then it can draw power directly from the transmitter and the transmitter will see this as a load.

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mrblobby posted this 30 May 2018

Perpendicular windings on the ferrite ring

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mrblobby posted this 06 June 2018

The latest from Mr Preva : 'The third coil on the ferrite ring'

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mrblobby posted this 4 weeks ago

"This shows a simple crystal oscillator circuit that 'excites' the entire field around it. The crystal is a 13.56 MHz used in this one transistor circuit. A special coil attached to the circuit goes into resonance at that frequency and causes the amazing effect shown here. This is a spin off experiment from the Dr. Stiffler Loop project. Dr. Stiffler's SEC devices use this 13.5 MHz frequency."

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mrblobby posted this 4 weeks ago

"Current strength in circuit with diodes"

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mrblobby posted this 6 days ago

I see resonance...

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