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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #15 on: December 08, 2016, 06:58:22 AM »
Just messing around with stuff,,

Since I already know that 1 coil set of my 3 phase pulsed brush-less DC PM motor works with this setup I thought I would use 2 coil sets,, one set on each side of the cap,, C2.

B2 is my PSU,, it is an adjustable regulated PSU and I think that it is messing with things,, but things are still interesting anyway.

C3 was put in there just to make sure that I was only sending AC around the system since the PSU output voltage goes up above what I set it to and I am seeing current on the PSU meter.

Like this the polarity of L2 and L3 matter.

As the voltage on C2 and the PSU goes up there is a DC voltage seen across C3 and a second current meter shows an AC current but not a DC current.

With the PSU set to 5V in one test I was able to drive the PSU voltage up to 20V and C2 up to 15V with 5V showing on C3,, all DC.

My take on this is that the active components of the PSU are acting as a sink and source for the AC injected by the motor,, I say this because if I get rid of the PSU and connect C3 to complete the circuit it does not behave the same way,, well it behaves just like one might think it would.

If I use diodes,, well things shift but ever so slightly,, so without being able to drain the system,, or whatever,, and maintain a minimum bias on C2 it does not do so much.

Bottom line is C2 needs to be held up at some voltage value to stop the system from turning into either nothing or a massive load.

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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #15 on: December 08, 2016, 06:58:22 AM »

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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #16 on: December 09, 2016, 01:28:36 AM »
Still messing around :)

The 7V battery is a spent 9V and the polarity of the coils matters.
The PSU is set to 7V.

I spin the motor by hand until the PSU is showing around 12V then open S2,, C2 and C3 also show higher voltage but it will settle down.

Once the caps and battery are charged up and showing around 8.4V  I then close S2 and the PSU will discharged the whole system back down and when it gets to about 7.2V I open S2 and the system will charge back up to just under 8.4V,, repeat several times to watch the restored voltage slowly drop per cycle.

Discharge the system down, after doing it all again, but this time after the 7.2V is reached I disconnect the battery, open S2 and then reconnect the battery while S2 is still open and the system does not recharge.

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« Reply #17 on: December 09, 2016, 10:13:50 PM »
I did some more play with this and I think it is the wonky battery.

Sometimes it will recharge the system and other times it does not,, so it either takes on a better charge or it does not and that most likely determines whether or not it recharges the caps back up.

I am pumping in the juice either way,, fyi

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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #18 on: December 12, 2016, 07:40:46 PM »
With my meter set to AC I think it is showing more current than what is there,, but it does go up and down :)


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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #19 on: December 14, 2016, 07:15:50 AM »
Voltage is relative,, and maybe the whole phase thing is not completely identified or appreciated.

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Re: anti-cap
« Reply #20 on: December 14, 2016, 01:35:44 PM »
How can I have a capacitor and the primary of a transformer connected in series show a constant DC voltage on the cap and yet the secondary of the transformer show an output?

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« Reply #21 on: December 15, 2016, 08:27:13 PM »
No AC on the cap by the way.

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« Reply #22 on: December 16, 2016, 06:26:32 AM »
I turns out that mathematically I should read an AC value on the cap,, it just so happens that the value in the testbed over some ranges was below what my meter could detect.

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« Reply #23 on: December 19, 2016, 06:37:12 PM »
If I have a 100m long wire that has 1 ohm resistance.

If I make 1 large circle out of that.
If I pull the wire so that it is 2 parallel wires, so going straight out one way and then turning straight back parallel to the other.
If I take the parallel wire and twist the wire so that both directions are now twisted around each other,, twisted pair.
If I take the wire and wrap it around a former to make a coil, with and without a core.

If then I take all these different arrangements for the same wire and supply the wire with 1V.

After sufficient time the wire will be passing 1V @ 1A.

I find it interesting to ponder what is the same and what is not.

 

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