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Author Topic: Bruce's TPU Theory and Experiments ver.1.2  (Read 1050792 times)

Offline itsu

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Re: Bruce's TPU Theory and Experiments ver.1.2
« Reply #2220 on: January 17, 2018, 10:11:47 PM »

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I find the circuit in Itsu's photograph difficult to follow. Would someone draw it up as a regular circuit diagram?

This is the diagram as i have it (almost)

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Re: Bruce's TPU Theory and Experiments ver.1.2
« Reply #2220 on: January 17, 2018, 10:11:47 PM »

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Re: Bruce's TPU Theory and Experiments ver.1.2
« Reply #2221 on: January 18, 2018, 03:10:41 PM »
Made again some minor changes while still waiting for the dual ch FG, like using 36V on the MOSFETs and shortening the supply wires as much as possible.

Using 2 current probes to monitor the 36V input current and the WIRE current (between WIRE and floating 12V battery).

First thing i noticed is that the pickup loop does NOT pick up as much energy as earlier, with the amp meter in the supply line showing 7.5mA, no energy is picked up at all!

I had to increase the current through the MOSFETs (by adjusting the gate signal amplitudes) to about 20mA for any reaction on the pickup loop.

Another thing to notice is that the ringing frequency on the 36V input current is now increased from 8.3Mhz to 12.5Mhz.
I think this has to do with the shortend leads between circuit and batteries.

All together i think that the shortend leads and therefor the higher ringing frequency influences the amount of energy (reflected) in(to) the WIRE negatively

Screenshot shows the 2 current probe signals:
purple is current in the 36V supply lead  (value needs to be taken x 10, so 404mA pp)
green is current in the WIRE (at the end near the 12V floating battery)

Video here:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6PuNvVTiHaA


Hmmmm, changing the 36V return lead with a longer wire increases the pickup loop signal again, increasing the length of the 36V supply lead seems to have no influence on it!


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Re: Bruce's TPU Theory and Experiments ver.1.2
« Reply #2222 on: January 18, 2018, 05:43:54 PM »
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Hmmmm, changing the 36V return lead with a longer wire increases the pickup loop signal again, increasing the length of the 36V supply lead seems to have no influence on it!


Extending this 36V return line to the extreme by using 11m of wire shows that the ringing frequency lowers till 4.46Mhz and the WIRE current increases where
it pegs my pickup loop VU meter (with the same 7.5mA input current in the 36V input lead).

Extending it even further to 18m almost removes the ringing.

The WIRE length in its looped form is still the same at about 10m long.

Screenshot shows in:
purple the 36V lead input current
green the WIRE current


Itsu 

 

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