Split positive + Plasma generator + Bucking Coils Combination

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L0stf0x posted this 31 October 2017

Hello all

I removed the drawing because it was faulty and incomplete. Soon I will post the correct one. Sorry for the confusion

 

 

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Wistiti posted this 31 October 2017

Nice to see this here L0stf0x! I will replicate it and share my results with you and every one here!

I am much than happy to have a builder like you here!

Sincerly!

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L0stf0x posted this 31 October 2017

here is the video to make a simple relay to latching relay

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Zanzal posted this 31 October 2017

For those researching these systems. As best I could determine this concept works. The challenge here would be that you need 4x the number of batteries and a stable battery chemistry. Switching for a system like this can be achieved using 4 relay modules, and the system would generally be switched when ether the charge battery voltage gets too high or the run voltage too low.

I decided not to go this route myself, even though there were promising results. The best path to making it useful seem to be to develop a stable chemistry designed to work in this configuration long term. Most commercial batteries are not designed for deep discharge and many discharge cycles. Also they may require a certain voltage range for optimal recharging that unregulated pulses may exceed (what undesirable chemical reactions can result from this I can only imagine). Nothing really insurmountable. Hopefully others will be inspired to look deeper here. 

 

 

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Chris posted this 31 October 2017

Awesome work L9stf0x!!! Thank you for sharing!

Wistiti and I have a formula for calculating the Batteries Energy.

A series connection adds the voltage of the two batteries, but it keeps the same amperage rating (also known as Amp Hours). For example, these two 1.5-volt batteries joined in series now produce 3 volts, but they still have a total capacity of 1.9 amps.

Energy is Joules, Watts is Joules per-second. The Energy can be calculated here by using the simple formula:

E = C x Vaverage

Where:

E = Energy in Joules

C = Capacity in amp-hours

V = Average Voltage

EStart = 2.506 * 1.9 * 3600Seconds = 17141.04 Joules
EEnd = 2.406 * 1.9 * 3600Seconds = 16457.04 Joules
ETotal = EStart - EEnd = 17141.04 - 16457.04 = 684 Joules

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EStart = 12.30 * 7.2 * 3600Seconds = 318816 Joules
EEnd = 12.43 * 7.2 * 3600Seconds = 322185.6 Joules
ETotal = EStart - EEnd = 318816 - 322185.6 = -3369.6 Joules

ECOP = EOut / EIn = 3369.6 Joules / 684 Joules =  4.93 X more Energy Delivered to the Charge Battery than was used from the Source Battery:

 

Like you, Wistiti did get some good results! Using smart combinations and ensuring Energy is "Generated" for at least part of the Cycle.

For those studding, please take very special note of Wistiti's Coil Configurations, Approximate 1/4 Wave length is used.

Best Wishes

   Chris 

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Wistiti posted this 31 October 2017

Hahaha! don't worry Chris, L0stf0x know what he is doing! He is the kind of builder who have the attitude it need to have success!

It will be another great builders team journey!

Like you my friend, I hope some other builders will manifest and join in the POC adventure!

 

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Chris posted this 01 November 2017

Apologies my friend, I know, only trying to be helpful. Yes, my post was more so for others interested.

   Chris

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Wistiti posted this 01 November 2017

Hey! No problem my friend! You always be helpful!

Take care!

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Wistiti posted this 01 November 2017

My replication!

 

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Wistiti posted this 01 November 2017

The last best connection I find for the load...

ps: I also use a dcdc converter...

 

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Chris posted this 01 November 2017

Hey L0stf0x - This is excellent! Very productive, big steps forward!

They are Big Reed Switches! Nice price too! Put Ad's on your Videos, I will give you some sponsorship! Soon pay for them!

Thanks for sharing.

   Chris

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