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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #15 on: June 29, 2014, 09:34:50 PM »
Polite Request: Let's keep this thread "On Topic Only!"

Hi Fellows,

Can we PLEASE keep this thread precisely On Topic ("Akula's German visit"). Thanks in advance!

Owing to the extreme significance of this "near term" event, and it's potential huge Global impact,
your consideration in this matter is greatly appreciated...

Your valuable input, including any specific degree of skepticism, is welcomed; however there are any number
of other threads that will gladly accommodate your opinions and comments. Whether Akula's inventions work
or not will be soon flushed out by the meeting participants.

Hopefully just the actual meeting events and related outcome, if any, might be quickly and conveniently reviewed
here.

Again fellows; TIA

SAEC

So whom is off-topic here?  What was it that was posted that you consider off-topic?

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #16 on: June 30, 2014, 12:26:34 AM »
Apparently, trying to figure out how to tell a hoax from the real thing is always off topic. Along with making suggestions to the claimant as to how he can "prove" his claims in a more believable way.





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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #18 on: July 01, 2014, 05:59:59 AM »
  The above Akula schematic is probably the one that I was hoping to find, thanks for posting it.
  This second device from Akula's videos is the only one that we've had some sort of confirmation of authenticity, as proving itself to be a real self runner. So, I'm also hoping that the posted schematic is also actually the real thing, and not "almost correct", as like in almost pregnant.
  However, this schematic does keep me scratching my head though, as not all components are fully marked, and some coil winding counts don't match what is seen in the video. None of the coil wire guage are shown. And, for example, the yoke's secondary coil, is not a multi tap 30, 45, 60b (I hope B refers to turns) as is drawn in the diagram. As it has about 20 to 30 turns, only.
  What is the value of the capacitor that is colored green? 
Yes, maybe I need to learn some Russian... 
   Anyway, if anyone knows...what are the exact turn counts on the long PCV tube, (the main oscillator's air coils), and, on the Kacher, also.


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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #19 on: July 01, 2014, 11:21:47 AM »
  The above Akula schematic is probably the one that I was hoping to find, thanks for posting it.
  This second device from Akula's videos is the only one that we've had some sort of confirmation of authenticity, as proving itself to be a real self runner. So, I'm also hoping that the posted schematic is also actually the real thing, and not "almost correct", as like in almost pregnant.
  However, this schematic does keep me scratching my head though, as not all components are fully marked, and some coil winding counts don't match what is seen in the video. None of the coil wire guage are shown. And, for example, the yoke's secondary coil, is not a multi tap 30, 45, 60b (I hope B refers to turns) as is drawn in the diagram. As it has about 20 to 30 turns, only.
  What is the value of the capacitor that is colored green? 
Yes, maybe I need to learn some Russian... 
   Anyway, if anyone knows...what are the exact turn counts on the long PCV tube, (the main oscillator's air coils), and, on the Kacher, also.
30, 45, 60В is volts.
Green capasitor need chosse to resonance (17-27-37 kiloherc), baisycly i beleave any frenquency betwen 17-50 kiloherc, need chose that capasitor, I suggest, that be small power consumtion disconecting all secondaries windings. :)

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #20 on: July 01, 2014, 04:09:08 PM »
This schematic doesn't make sense, how are they running a PSU on high frequency AC? did they change the diodes in it?

The driver circuit looks a bit complex unless you are looking for a timing/phase shift. the HV section looks to be problematic IMO, why not use a current transformer instead of the zeners? you can then trigger the self resonance without running the risk of burning your transistor. and keep some isolation in the design. some of the driver section could be replaced with a FET driver chip IMO, fewer parts required.

I think the same can be built using a 12v SLC Battery, an Inverter, a SSTC driver and some hand made coils. I have most if not all of those parts, I think I will play a bit.

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #21 on: July 02, 2014, 11:06:36 AM »
This schematic doesn't make sense, how are they running a PSU on high frequency AC? did they change the diodes in it?
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How Dally run PSU on hight frenquency? PSU have inside 4 diodes. You think, that that diodes can not rectifer 10-40 kiloherc?

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #22 on: July 02, 2014, 02:50:48 PM »
@MenofFather,

Most switch mode PSU's use the least cost parts thus they would not usually use diodes that would support high Frequency sources.

As for why, check this out  http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/97780/using-normal-diodes-to-rectify-high-frequency-waveforms

this provides a pretty good reason why cheap diodes fail in high freq applications.

I am saying that if the PSU used was not modified, I do not think the input bridge rectifier diodes are of the high freq type. I would like to see a schematic of that PSU and check the diodes to see. I even call on the above schematic as the bridge rectifier , "Br1" if not a schottky type will not function for long as this transformer is putting out 35khz correct?

Anyways, the design is similar to the one using a 50/60hz modulating signal if you look at it. The yoke is used to make a transformer that can support high frequencies, using the split core technique you might gain some efficiencies.

To me the 1Kw unit above looks to be using a tank configuration off the yoke to the cap and coil on the air core transformer. You said it would operate in the 35khz range correct? So this akula device uses 35khz with HV pulsing, has anyone checked the inductance of the coils or swept them? what is the operating freq for the tesla coil side?

so it looks like from the waveform the 35khz signal is 90° roughly out of phase with the HV pulsing.

Just sayin'

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #23 on: July 02, 2014, 03:14:41 PM »
@MenofFather,

Most switch mode PSU's use the least cost parts thus they would not usually use diodes that would support high Frequency sources.

As for why, check this out  http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/97780/using-normal-diodes-to-rectify-high-frequency-waveforms

this provides a pretty good reason why cheap diodes fail in high freq applications.

I am saying that if the PSU used was not modified, I do not think the input bridge rectifier diodes are of the high freq type. I would like to see a schematic of that PSU and check the diodes to see. I even call on the above schematic as the bridge rectifier , "Br1" if not a schottky type will not function for long as this transformer is putting out 35khz correct?

Anyways, the design is similar to the one using a 50/60hz modulating signal if you look at it. The yoke is used to make a transformer that can support high frequencies, using the split core technique you might gain some efficiencies.

To me the 1Kw unit above looks to be using a tank configuration off the yoke to the cap and coil on the air core transformer. You said it would operate in the 35khz range correct? So this akula device uses 35khz with HV pulsing, has anyone checked the inductance of the coils or swept them? what is the operating freq for the tesla coil side?

so it looks like from the waveform the 35khz signal is 90° roughly out of phase with the HV pulsing.

Just sayin'

Hi

I do agree the diodes typically used are 1n4001 1Amp or similar 3amp version.

Base on my research all full bridge rectifier that i have been searching for are designed to run on mere 50hz or 60hz only.

Not even spotted a 400hz version at all.

Unless its been modified with 400 or 600v fast response diode with around 100ns or less




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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #24 on: July 02, 2014, 04:41:40 PM »
@MenofFather,

Most switch mode PSU's use the least cost parts thus they would not usually use diodes that would support high Frequency sources.

As for why, check this out  http://electronics.stackexchange.com/questions/97780/using-normal-diodes-to-rectify-high-frequency-waveforms

this provides a pretty good reason why cheap diodes fail in high freq applications.

I am saying that if the PSU used was not modified, I do not think the input bridge rectifier diodes are of the high freq type. I would like to see a schematic of that PSU and check the diodes to see. I even call on the above schematic as the bridge rectifier , "Br1" if not a schottky type will not function for long as this transformer is putting out 35khz correct?

Anyways, the design is similar to the one using a 50/60hz modulating signal if you look at it. The yoke is used to make a transformer that can support high frequencies, using the split core technique you might gain some efficiencies.

To me the 1Kw unit above looks to be using a tank configuration off the yoke to the cap and coil on the air core transformer. You said it would operate in the 35khz range correct? So this akula device uses 35khz with HV pulsing, has anyone checked the inductance of the coils or swept them? what is the operating freq for the tesla coil side?

so it looks like from the waveform the 35khz signal is 90° roughly out of phase with the HV pulsing.

Just sayin'
Dally write, that he divice work and without diodes aditional, but with aditional diodes it work more stable So standar diodes, I think can rectify prety inought well frenquency up to 40 kiloherc, maybe with small eficienty. And maybe Akula remade little PSU (use faster diodes and less indution chokes).
It can operate in 35 kiloherc, yes.
That frenquency of Tesla coil, I don't know, but I gues, that betwen 500-2000 kiloherc. HV not pulsating, HV have standar sine wave. So is two sine waves. One let say 35 kiloherc, other, let, say, 1500 kiloherc. So I not imagniate how here can be synchronisation and how it can made any influence. See my video, were I showing in last video osciliogram with green sine wave? I here put oscilioscope on resoanant capasitor, who in akula schematic is green. And how you see I get same osciliograme like in ruslan video. Only my kacher frenquency seems lower and lower of it voltage.
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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #25 on: July 02, 2014, 04:57:36 PM »
If a diode is conducting in a forward condition and immediately switched to a reverse condition, the diode will conduct in a reverse condition for a shot time as the forward voltage bleeds off. The current through the diode will be fairly large in a reverse direction during this small recovery time.

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #26 on: July 02, 2014, 05:51:23 PM »
Dally write, that he divice work and without diodes aditional, but with aditional diodes it work more stable So standar diodes, I think can rectify prety inought well frenquency up to 40 kiloherc, maybe with small eficienty. And maybe Akula remade little PSU (use faster diodes and less indution chokes).
It can operate in 35 kiloherc, yes.
That frenquency of Tesla coil, I don't know, but I gues, that betwen 500-2000 kiloherc. HV not pulsating, HV have standar sine wave. So is two sine waves. One let say 35 kiloherc, other, let, say, 1500 kiloherc. So I not imagniate how here can be synchronisation and how it can made any influence. See my video, were I showing in last video osciliogram with green sine wave? I here put oscilioscope on resoanant capasitor, who in akula schematic is green. And how you see I get same osciliograme like in ruslan video. Only my kacher frenquency seems lower and lower of it voltage.
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hi MenoFather,

Can you advise us how do you obtain the resonance frequency of kacher and you go by tuning a kacher.

This is wild guess at this moment assume 1500khz kacher freq. 1500/4 =375khz .
Tune Tesla coil to run at lower resonance frequency of 375khz via air duct/circular plate/ball or maybe inserting toroid of suitable size into the center which cover length of tesla coil.This toroid part i done before to achieve around this figure 350khz..<400khz.

But in video take note no core was used or spotted in the center of winding.
 


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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #27 on: July 02, 2014, 06:23:01 PM »
  This guessing game is getting most frustrating. Sure would be nice to make a proper correct diagram, for all to use. Maybe someone can make an English translation to the schematic, once we decide which device to replicate.
   I still think that the Akula second device is the best bet, with the highest (proven) output.
 
   I use the UF series diodes for my feed back crt rectifier, and they are working fine, as far as I can tell, without any heating.  Their DC output can also be going back to the battery, if needed, not just to the oscillator.
  Diodes are cheap. Although using 4 diodes for a full bridge rectifier may work better than just using two, like I'm using.
  When connecting the HV pulces to the yoke's secondary output coil, as Akula does in his first device, I can feel the HV going all the way to the Mosfets, as well as back to the battery. This can cause some problems, in due time. If I connect the pulser crt output to the earth ground, it kills the oscillations, but connecting it back to the battery positive rail through a CFL bulb substantially improves it's output. Not all transistor will work well for the HV pulcer, as some overheat, or provide much lower output.

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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #28 on: July 02, 2014, 07:58:59 PM »
Dally write, that he divice work and without diodes aditional, but with aditional diodes it work more stable So standar diodes, I think can rectify prety inought well frenquency up to 40 kiloherc, maybe with small eficienty. And maybe Akula remade little PSU (use faster diodes and less indution chokes).
It can operate in 35 kiloherc, yes.
That frenquency of Tesla coil, I don't know, but I gues, that betwen 500-2000 kiloherc. HV not pulsating, HV have standar sine wave. So is two sine waves. One let say 35 kiloherc, other, let, say, 1500 kiloherc. So I not imagniate how here can be synchronisation and how it can made any influence. See my video, were I showing in last video osciliogram with green sine wave? I here put oscilioscope on resoanant capasitor, who in akula schematic is green. And how you see I get same osciliograme like in ruslan video. Only my kacher frenquency seems lower and lower of it voltage.
 :)

I would think the HV Coils would have a higher frequency than 37Khz, more likely in Mhz range, I say this due to coil size and wire used. I have a Tesla coil that is almost 24" tall and 4" across (5:1 ratio) and it likes the high 200khz area, I will need to dig up the records but I did sweep it and checked the inductance with a meter, it was around 52mH if I recall using 28Ga. the smaller ones I wound are around 12mH and thus a higher freq.

I have to get back in the lab, too many summer projects around the house keeps me too busy.

SO my take on this design is the HV section is producing energy in the Mhz area. We need to document this type of info, coil inductance, calculated capacitance, sweep the coils for actual operating resonances.Since this design looks to use a phase shift between the PSU (yoke device) and the triggering of the Tesla coil.

Once we document this kind of stuff we can do replications that can duplicate the design/device and will work like the original.

With the above statement, it made me think that we are Hetro-dyning the 2 signals, thus down converting the energy to a frequency which can be manipulated, i.e. the 37khz or 50hz. you still need the correct diodes to rectify to dc and make use of it there. The signal relationship is still critical though, the frequency relationship meaning the harmonic relationship between the 2 signals being mixed. SO we are back to the issue of not knowing the critical component values.


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Re: Akula 1 KWatt Free Energy Generator
« Reply #29 on: July 02, 2014, 09:31:22 PM »
I would think the HV Coils would have a higher frequency than 37Khz, more likely in Mhz range,..
I not say, that HV coil is  37 kiloherc. Here yoke and air coil have maybe 37 kiloherc. HV coil have maybe 1.6 megaherc. Ruslan seems use kacher. Kacher holds automatic resonance, but to better fit in 1/4 resonane, HV coil or kacher secondary coil must not be long. So how we see Akula and Ruslan HV coil is not too long.

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