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Author Topic: Recycled Power shared by Romero UK  (Read 3296 times)

Offline gotoluc

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Recycled Power shared by Romero UK
« on: February 22, 2013, 03:13:25 AM »
What do you think of this idea of Romero UK?... can you explain?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1vcukuSAdqc&feature=em-uploademail

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Recycled Power shared by Romero UK
« on: February 22, 2013, 03:13:25 AM »

Offline e2matrix

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Re: Recycled Power shared by Romero UK
« Reply #1 on: February 22, 2013, 11:38:37 PM »
Not too sure what he has there or what he is saying about it.   Have you been on his forum to see any info?   I would think the FWBR in series  between the two transformers would reduce the load some.  Is the idea that he is feeding back power from the inverter to the input or is it feeding power back to the grid which is then reducing his draw?  I think he needs to put meters in some different spots to get a clearer picture.   I can't imagine this is somehow getting any free power or extra energy.   I do believe RomoerUK comes up with some good ideas and builds but not sure what's being shown here. 

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Re: Recycled Power shared by Romero UK
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2013, 04:28:05 PM »
Another trick from Teslas treasures book.It was hard to recognize because he is useing two transformers. Im trying to buld it all on one which may not work.Im fine with that and prepared to add perminant magnets to divide my core into two distinct sections.
  The concept as per what I can remember which is in the form of a mental model of the actions takeing place in a typical transformer. At rest nothing is happening then you hit with an ac source to do the rise and fall. It cosumes a certain amount power in 4 steps which all resist each other. If you break up a single cycle into 4 parts you can imagine it will be two groups of two identical actions. By splitting them up so that you have two transformers you can avoid reversal of the feilds which uses a lot more power then pulseing it forward in a single direction. It still needs to some degree some resitance to provide faster and stronger collaps of the feild and to insure it doesnt just lock up in total saturation. Saving a third or maybe half the energy used up in the fight just to reverse the mmf. It has to change "fluctuate" to satisfy induction rules but by forceably pitting the actions against one another you have added a very wasteful situation. The need for economical transformers was more important then efficient ones back in the day. Winding a circlular core is or was a bitch and costly. So other shapes which could be seperated and bobbins of windings placed on them won out. The Wall Mart way of doing things is not new. Mass produce a bunch of cheap crap put everyone ells out of business and you win and make lots of money. The money is the only object of a business even if ends up being a preditor instead of a parasite. Google books has an ebook Tesala treasures. Its a long book but well done.The graphics actually line up with content which seems to be a lost art. I tihnk the book is out of print.

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Re: Recycled Power shared by Romero UK
« Reply #3 on: February 23, 2013, 04:59:45 PM »
I havent put a picture up because the of the amount of work it is taking and I have a long way to go. 1116 FT of hand wound wire thats just one of the two sets of windings made up from three conductors three layers eight sort of segments and it may need two cores who knows.

 

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