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Author Topic: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods  (Read 3002 times)

Offline ramset

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Here various methods will be discussed .. the goal being a running sonobubble
in the Lab [or kitchen table :}.


an open source project with many possibilities for all manner of experiments !

more info will be added over the next few days
any and all contributions  geared towards a simple running sono bubble experiment
are welcome here.

*****more to come*****
respectfully

Chet K

ps
for clarity on topic placement ,
here we have topic moderation ...and also resonance plays a huge part
in the electronic  methods for doing this sono bubble.


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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2017, 08:47:22 PM »
If some of you think about entertainment here  I can not promise you that.
No BS....
You want FE  you need to pay attention .
When I say that something works it works beyond any doubt and is replicatable!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So search for word "Works" in my  posts


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It is quite  unique  approach to  FE including but not limited to water, ferrite, oil,  gas of density  higher than density  of gas trapped it it.
We are dealing with  thought to be  real nuclear phenomena  here.
 


Devil is in details!!:
again  please memorize it
Devil is in details!!:
Imagine discovering bubbles in your bathwater that are as hot as the sun’s surface.
You might wonder how they got there, and you wouldn’t be alone. For 70 years, physicists have puzzled over sonoluminescence, a process where sound waves create thousands of hot, luminous bubbles in water.
 picture1:
sonoluminescence is present also in various number of different medium and is not reserved to water only.

picture2:
sonoluminescence shows presence of number of  particles  present in the process( depends from medium used)
someone can  play with it introduce  other specious like   

particles:
-neutron,
- beta/beta minus -antimatter,

photons
-gamma
-x-ray
-UV


You can mechanically create cavity vortex or cavity bubble in centrifuge.
Please analyze some useful hints given in my video :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NJpvcL43h-0

some original links  used in this video are:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NYS8WUBqXto&t=2192s
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=163&v=HOPCG8M30lI

pictures from my video  worth  your attention: start from Wesley's news4
other  pictures are self explanatory


Picture Wesley's bite will not be explained at this time.
However it is 100 %working device producing (due to energy conversion). electrical  power .
Concept is not new  and it was used in space exploration successfully for decades.


For particles source not much to explain   is so easy.
Neutron gun is easy to build not much secret in it.


some links for now ( it will be more):
1. https://physics.aps.org/story/v7/st23

2. step by step how to do it:
http://www.gravesphysics.com/science-articles/sonoluminescence/


3. something for your entertainment  might not open https://cdn.intechopen.com/pdfs-wm/40570.pdf
you can also  try :
https://www.intechopen.com/books/energy-conservation/space-energy






Wesley






 







 
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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #2 on: September 24, 2017, 11:32:19 PM »
In every successful  device eg. Akula Ruslan  SR Lithuania experiment
We have seen  presence  of audible  sound coming from  ferrite.

Now how about  if we immerse  electromagnetically  vibrating ferrite  in longitudinal wave ( sound wave) and slowly change  frequency  , but not only frequency  ,  width   and shape of the signal  while  piezosounders are directly  attached to the ferrite core
At certain point   we  dealing with acoustical resonance and  harmonics.

we also affecting crystalline  of the ferrite and  anything possibly  trapped in it  might be  cavitatively  interacting
-it will manifest  itself



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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #3 on: September 25, 2017, 12:34:49 AM »
Wesley

This is priceless for replication parameters

http://www.gravesphysics.com/science-articles/sonoluminescence/

looking for more specs on the mentioned **Teachspin apparatus

so as to minimize costs to the Builders/replicators.

** more info /details to be added here .

@ Wesley
a wonderful Contribution which will greatly expedite replications and enhancements .

very exciting indeed.

with gratitude and appreciation

Chet
PS
all "on topic" comments appreciated, this is a moderated section of Stefan's forum.





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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2017, 05:33:53 PM »
Cavity resonance is also on the table here,since it has become obvious that it can play a bigg role

so regardless of opinions to the contrary....[to note there are STRONG opinions here against WITTS Claim below actually working ]


it is now on the table being scheduled for experiments .

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=WITTS+ministries+worlds+most+efficient+hot+water+heater&view=detail&mid=9BA53747AC4402A2D5659BA53747AC4402A2D565&FORM=VIRE

most of what we need for the sonobubble build can be multitasked into "sir Thrapp's" claim/vetting.

lots going on in preparation here  for the OPEN SOURCE experiments.

Chet

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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #4 on: September 26, 2017, 05:33:53 PM »
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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #5 on: September 26, 2017, 05:34:01 PM »
The below videos should be of interest.


Cavitation Energy Systems CES claims a COP of over 5


Most recent video Apr. 2017: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji0GAt-q2EM


All videos by date: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAXnRmMOQtkl3gfC0TSQTPA/videos?view=0&shelf_id=0&sort=dd

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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
« Reply #6 on: September 27, 2017, 03:38:39 PM »
Luc
oddly enuff
your Vid link at 16-19 + min mark shows the result of adding things to the Mix
in this case salts...
your link again
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ji0GAt-q2EM

there are some other  "salts" [Li ] which have been claimed to greatly effect the Bond strength of the water molecule.

these metal "salts" have always been  on the Build menu for experiments here.

and many Thanks to member Johan for the "salt" tip.....

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Re: Exploring Sonoluminescence : a discussion on "Simple" replication methods
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All
just an update

the Sono bubble experiments seem like they're going to come together faster than I thought.[hopefully starting late next week]

and the WITTS water heater experiment which apparently will be using many of the same bits and pieces
is also on the table .

good stuff indeed !!




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"good stuff indeed !!"

I`l say but cannit do the trick

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https://academic.oup.com/rpd/article-abstract/6/1-4/203/3108175/On-Piezoluminescence-in-Irradiated-Alkali-Halides
explanation of different forms of luminescence
in:LIST OF IMAGES

1. Luminescence – Luminescence is emission of light by a substance not resulting from heat; it is thus a form of cold-body radiation. It can be caused by chemical reactions, electrical energy, subatomic motions or stress on a crystal, which all are ultimately caused by Spontaneous emission.
This distinguishes luminescence from incandescence, which is light emitted by a substance as a result of heating. Historically, radioactivity was thought of as a form of "radio-luminescence", although it is today considered to be separate since it involves more than electromagnetic radiation.
 The dials, hands, scales, and signs of aviation and navigational instruments and markings are often coated with luminescent materials in a process known as "luminising".
 Types The following are types of luminescence:

 Chemiluminescence, the emission of light as a result of a chemical reaction Bioluminescence, a result of biochemical reactions in a living organism
 Electrochemiluminescence, a result of an electrochemical reaction Lyoluminescence, a result of dissolving a solid (usually heavily irradiated) in a
 liquid solvent Candoluminescence, is light emitted by certain materials at elevated temperatures, which differs from the blackbody emission expected at the temperature in question.
 Crystalloluminescence, produced during crystallization
Electroluminescence, a result of an electric current passed through a substance
Cathodoluminescence, a result of a luminescent material being struck by electrons
Mechanoluminescence, a result of a mechanical action on a solid
Triboluminescence, generated when bonds in a material are broken when that material is scratched, crushed, or rubbed
Fractoluminescence, generated when bonds in certain crystals are broken by fractures
Piezoluminescence, produced by the action of pressure on certain solids Sonoluminescence, a result of imploding bubbles in a liquid when excited by sound
Photoluminescence, a result of absorption of photons Fluorescence, photoluminescence as a result of singlet–singlet electronic relaxation (typical lifetime: nanoseconds) Phosphorescence, photoluminescence as a result of triplet–singlet electronic relaxation (typical lifetime: milliseconds to hours)
Raman emission, photoluminescence as a result of inelastic light scattering, (lifetime: nanoseconds)
Radioluminescence, a result of bombardment by ionizing radiation
Thermoluminescence, the re-emission of absorbed energy when a substance is heatedCryoluminescence, the emission of light when an object is cooled (an example of this is wulfenite) Applications Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) emit light via electro-luminescence.
Phosphors, materials that emit light when irradiated by higher-energy electromagnetic radiation or particle radiation Phosphor thermometry, measuring temperature using phosphorescence



https://academic.oup.com/rpd/article-abstract/6/1-4/203/3108175/On-Piezoluminescence-in-Irradiated-Alkali-Halides
On Piezoluminescence in Irradiated Alkali Halides     Abstract The emission of light under application of pressure was recorded from irradiated crystals of NaCl, KCl, KBr and polycrystalline chips of LiF (TLD-100) as a function of dose of gamma rays imparted to the specimens.
 The paper gives details of experimental procedures and apparatus. The dose range covered was from 0.3 Gy to 1 kGy.


The purpose of this post is to point at near hot fusion  temperatures in sonoluminescence  as an result of mechanical longitudinal wave ( acoustical) .
After cold fusion rejection scientists are very careful with  new radical or revolutionary statements.
For us important is to fallow energy conversion and presence of sonoluminescence in different mediums.
Sonoluminescence by itself is  a nuclear response to mechanical PRESSURE WAVE such one is created in nature by some crabs .
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC6I8iPiHT8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QXK2G2AzMTU
One of the subjects  in question is  to find and prove   means of such interaction  in presence of :
alpha
beta
gamma
neutron( thermal neutron)
And publish practical energy conversion mechanism

No money ask and results should be free

Wesley

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Wesley
We decided to pass on the unit which was missing the horn assembly [tight budget here] ,glad you scooped it up !:}

it sure is a beauty !!

maybe some reader here can offer a suggestion for an inexpensive replacement or perhaps some specs /blueprint on the
Horn assy ??

Chet

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Wesley
We decided to pass on the unit which was missing the horn assembly [tight budget here] ,glad you scooped it up !:}

it sure is a beauty !!

maybe some reader here can offer a suggestion for an inexpensive replacement or perhaps some specs /blueprint on the
Horn assy ??

Chet

I pass on it  for the first time but than
I  was attracted  to it again since no one  purchased it.
Today I spoke to PhD who originally designed it   he quoted me with 2500 for the horn. I'm negotiating the price.  The company does not make it anymore

Wesley


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Would be nice just to find a Good mechanical drawing of the horn ?

it is a simple piece ,even if he can tell us where there is a unit on the east coast [which schools ??] might be able to take a few measurements ??
somebody obviously purchased the horn assy from the Guy who was selling these two units ,he said the lab where "they" came from was a newer lab , the seller bought the entire lab for resale .

Chet

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If 'i decide to purchase the horn
I will make close look  on it. the max
I 'm willing to spend   1 grand 
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gemstone_irradiation
The gemstone irradiation is a process in which a gemstone is artificially irradiated in order to enhance its optical properties. High levels of ionizing radiation can change the atomic structure of the gemstone's crystal lattice, which in turn alters the optical properties within it.[1] As a result, the gemstone's color may be significantly altered or the visibility of its inclusions may be lessened. The process, widely practised in jewelry industry,[2] is done in either a nuclear reactor for neutron bombardment, a particle accelerator for electron bombardment, or a gamma ray facility using the radioactive isotope cobalt-60.[1][3] Irradiation has enabled the creation of gemstone colors that do not exist or are extremely rare in nature.[1]


Interesting here is alteration of atomic structure by gamma photons.
And when you compare it with picture up high 

On Piezoluminescence in Irradiated Alkali Halides  . You'll  find something in common.But any of these processes leads to energy exchange.
Example: Imagine that you have lever that you must push down for the water in the pipe to flow.
You do not pay for the water flow (river pays for it)so that what is left now is to replace your hand   on the handle with some sort of force holding it down.
Bottom line is that we need to be able to attract and control  energy end energy conversion using  controlling mechanism    free of charge as well.

Decaying isotopes are ideal  for that  function.
 


Picture below shows assembly where 
i believe single   piezoelectric disc is placed in closed cavity on the top  and sound than is narrow  nozzle   down  into open end of the pipe immersed in the water.
the device stands for single bubble sonoluminescence

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the second picture down from the top shows examples of industrial resonators
http://www.krell-engineering.com/fea/industr/industrial_resonators.htm

https://ndeaa.jpl.nasa.gov/nasa-nde/usdc/usdc.htm    or http://ndeaa.jpl.nasa.gov/nasa-nde/usdc/UTdrill.gif  this link shows how concentration of energy in stepped horn is done ( look at picture  down)

Wesley


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http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0963-0252/15/1/008
As we  deal in sonoluminescence with thermal instability  but most of us experiment with Tesla coil and its corona this is an article  that is pointing at phenomena observed during  such thermal instability  and
HV

Ultrasound and airflow induced thermal instability suppression of DC corona discharge:
Abstract  The effect of ultrasound waves, airflow and combined ultrasound with the airflow on the thermal instability suppression of a hollow needle-to-plate electrical discharge was studied experimentally. To evaluate the thermal instability suppression we used the V–A characteristics of the discharge in stationary air, with ultrasound applied in stationary air, and finally when the airflow was supplied into the discharge through the needle without and with ultrasound application. To illustrate the effect of ultrasound, airflow and combined ultrasound with airflow on the discharge thermal instability suppression we also studied the discharge ozone production.
We found that in stationary air the application of ultrasound only slightly suppresses thermal instability. A substantial increase of ozone generation was not detected. Application of the airflow through the needle suppressed development of the thermal instability and resulted in a substantial increase of the discharge current. The ozone generation was strongly increased in comparison with the preceding case. The combined application of ultrasound and airflow through the needle caused further instability suppression and consequently an increase of the discharge current. The effect of ultrasound on the current–voltage range of the discharge was, however, smaller than the effect of the airflow through the needle. Nevertheless production of ozone was still substantially increased.


And now think what happen in
Lithuania Experiment  where 
Russian ferrite ring from  Russian  TV ( Yoke) was vibrating with sound induced by  coil.
The structure of the ferrite is made from zillions of ferrite  magnetic domains  insulated electrically  and magnetically.

I think
I've  got it...

Wow...

why Tariel was  pushing for hydroelectric  concept of his generator so much !!!!!!!!!



i know a lot about his generator but
i was never able to understand his  hydroelectric concept.

Wesley

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