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Author Topic: Forward and Reversed Bias master/slave circuit  (Read 2964 times)

Offline coldwater

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Forward and Reversed Bias master/slave circuit
« on: December 18, 2013, 02:59:43 AM »
Hello all,
 I'm relatively new to this forum but have a pretty good understanding of electronics having spent the last 16 years as a electronics tech and multi-crafted trouble shooter. I’m currently building the Denny Klein circuit per the schematic http://fuel-efficient-vehicles.org/energy-news/?page_id=96 and I was wondering If anyone has attempted a reverse bias circuit using the same pulse freq on the opposite pole? If that doesn’t make sense then let me put it this way…
One circuit produces 5 positive n-pulses at 20khz or what every the optimal frequency might be while the other circuit produces 5 negative pulses at the same Frequency in synchronization with the positive.  Btw I’m not talking about inducing a sine wave like you would in a VFD aka Variable Frequency drive. Basically one pole pushes while the other pole pulls. Like I said I’m new here but I ask because I don’t know anyone and if anyone has tried something that I’m curious about doing!
I would also like to ask if anyone has attempted to use dissimilar stainless metals for the Anode and cathode of the coils in a generator to increase the electrical potential between them such as using 304 and 316 stainless steel.
Matt 4:19