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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 10432105 times)

Offline magpwr

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4980 on: August 02, 2014, 04:43:37 AM »
  Tektron:
   I just received the two zener diodes that you sent me.  Great!
  They are made by CENTRAL  # CZ5355B.
  I've confirmed that they are the 18v, 5 watt zener diodes.
  Thank you very much.   
   
   I will mount them later tonight, and report back concerning if they made a difference on the mosfet heating issue. I hope so...

   Thanks, again.
                          NickZ

   Magpwr: Can't really tell what your problem is with blowing the bulbs. Please at least upload a picture of your circuit. But, it sounds like the frequency levels are not right for those bulbs.
 

hi Nickz,

This is the version 4 the longitudinal experiment in the multisim and the final version released.

The input is 8voltsx5Amp(fused)=40watt to drive 120volts 2 x 250watt bulb at the max.All these after factoring the voltage drop at igbt and the 2 LC circuit tuned at 32khz and 64khz(2x input driver frequency)

The COP is 1250%

Lastly for curiousity sake i tried to use maximum DC voltage to max out the 2 x 250watt 120volts bulb before destruction.At 181volts the bulb would be destroyed.
180volts DC x 6.25Amp = 1125watt(Any higher the both bulbs 500watts would be destroyed)

Think about it 1125watt(Maximum power both 120volt 250watt bulbs can take)/40watt input power =2800% COP

Final virtual longitudinal experiment screenshot attached.

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New topic would be created once the actual circuit is completed.It gonna be a long wait for components likely 1 month+.

I don't mind if someone proceed with live demonstration before me.

I am guessing Don smith device which i gonna resume working on is also based on "longitudinal wave" once resonance is achieved. :D :D :D

For anyone attempting to experiment please do not use cheap ceramic capacitors to do the job.3 or 4 mica capacitor need to be connected in parallel to form around 0.47uf high voltage rating the better.
The toroid or choke "100uH" needs to handle at least 3Amps there is no harm going higher 5Amp or 10Amp using around 18awg to create inductor.

Do make sure all the inductor have value close to "100uH" and the final capacitors value should be similar or close as possible.

Once more i need to mention L/C meter, scope and etc is a must have for this experiment.



 

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Not simulating...
« Reply #4981 on: August 02, 2014, 10:53:54 AM »
Hello,
I've tried to simulate your circuit but I get some errors, and I can't measure anything...Here's my schematic...
And here you can download my project http://goo.gl/etYMEb I've used Multisim 12

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Re: Not simulating...
« Reply #4982 on: August 02, 2014, 01:29:14 PM »
Hello,
I've tried to simulate your circuit but I get some errors, and I can't measure anything...Here's my schematic...
And here you can download my project http://goo.gl/etYMEb I've used Multisim 12

hi xhacks,

I guess you have not verified the component you selected.Holy "J" you were using 0.47Farad for the 2 capacitors.
I dunno why. :'(

Maybe my eyes deceived me. ;D

Please do tell me if you get it working with nice screen shot.Thanks.

So that the rest shall know.

 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4983 on: August 02, 2014, 05:50:02 PM »

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4984 on: August 04, 2014, 03:03:16 AM »
@Nick ;D Third time is the charm.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4985 on: August 04, 2014, 03:47:49 AM »
  Tektron and All:
  I spent some time today to install the new 18v, 5watt zener diodes, and re-solder most all of the Mazilli circuit connection. Unfortunately, it did not help to cure the mosfet overheating issue. I tried the circuit with a single 150 watt flood light, also just a single 100 watt bulb, as well as with just a single 50 watt bulb, by itself. But, the fets are still untouchable only after 10 seconds running.  Sh!t.  Oh well, back to see what I can do about it...
  Tek: Thanks again for your help with this. At least I know now what is not the problem.

  I'm still working on the Akula air coils. I've taken it as far as I can, but I'll need to obtain some more wire for the output coils. As it  takes alot of turns.
  I'm still intrigued by this second Akula video circuit. I don't see how to get the power for it the way that he has it laid out. Especially if I try to obtain enough output from the 3 turn yoke coil, just won't work that way for me. So, I'll try it a different way. Of course, he is running his on 24v, not 12v, like I am.
  I'll post some pics soon.

  I see that Geo removed all his videos from you tube. I was hoping that he would give us a hand (pics and videos) with his self runner circuit, as he had mentioned. But, I guess not... 
 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4986 on: August 04, 2014, 04:51:25 AM »
The zeners in this circuit are gate protection zeners. With 12 volts drive they are hardly necessary at all, and that is why you have noticed no difference from installing them.
Your transistors are overheating not because of too much gate drive, but probably because of one or more of these reasons:
1. not switching at zero crossings. Check symmetry of the crossover diodes and make sure they are working properly at the frequency of your oscillator. I use 1n4148/1n914 diodes which are working well in 12 volt versions. Choke, current paths, high-resistance solder joins all affect the zero-crossing symmetry. If you had an oscilloscope this problem would be easier to diagnose.
2. One mosfet carrying all the load. These circuits can actually oscillate with only one mosfet actually working fully. This will also produce heating but the one working harder will be hotter than its slacking partner.
3. Insufficient gate drive. Not likely here.
4. Continuous avalanching; this is, I think, the most likely culprit here.


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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4987 on: August 04, 2014, 04:58:26 AM »
@magpwr: Voltage rise in a transmission line is something that designers usually avoid. Your configuration maximizes what they try to avoid: VRSWR. You are most certainly NOT developing more energy than you are supplying with your power supply, no matter how high your voltage and reflecting currents are. This is the same issue that burns out final RF output transistors in, for example, CB radios operated with high SWR antenna configurations.

Don't forget: If you have an electrical input-output device with a TRUE COP of > 1.3 to 1, I or any other competent electrical engineer can make it self-loop. Guaranteed.  On the other hand, if it cannot be made to self loop, then the high COP is an illusion, derived from the usual culprit: mismeasurement of actual power, usually by not taking into account the reactive power and the voltage rise by standing wave resonance.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4988 on: August 04, 2014, 07:12:34 AM »
@magpwr: Voltage rise in a transmission line is something that designers usually avoid. Your configuration maximizes what they try to avoid: VRSWR. You are most certainly NOT developing more energy than you are supplying with your power supply, no matter how high your voltage and reflecting currents are. This is the same issue that burns out final RF output transistors in, for example, CB radios operated with high SWR antenna configurations.

Don't forget: If you have an electrical input-output device with a TRUE COP of > 1.3 to 1, I or any other competent electrical engineer can make it self-loop. Guaranteed.  On the other hand, if it cannot be made to self loop, then the high COP is an illusion, derived from the usual culprit: mismeasurement of actual power, usually by not taking into account the reactive power and the voltage rise by standing wave resonance.

Hi tinselkoala,

To be honest i have not expected the longitudinal experiment which i started  to merely replicate as what was shown in video.But to my surprise it is able to destroy bulb filament total rated at 500watt using low power at 40watt.If it was typical leds for output then your theory would be right.In layman term we all know high voltage stepped up would means low current at the output.But the same did not apply for longitudinal wave experiment.It does defy logic even for me.I am getting some high end capacitors for this experiment.

I will provide outcome for this experiment after 1 month after receiving components.In the meantime lets assume you are right for the time being.







« Last Edit: August 04, 2014, 11:13:34 AM by magpwr »

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4989 on: August 04, 2014, 09:17:17 AM »
  Tektron and All:
  I spent some time today to install the new 18v, 5watt zener diodes, and re-solder most all of the Mazilli circuit connection. Unfortunately, it did not help to cure the mosfet overheating issue. I tried the circuit with a single 150 watt flood light, also just a single 100 watt bulb, as well as with just a single 50 watt bulb, by itself. But, the fets are still untouchable only after 10 seconds running.  Sh!t.  Oh well, back to see what I can do about it...
 

  I see that Geo removed all his videos from you tube. I was hoping that he would give us a hand (pics and videos) with his self runner circuit, as he had mentioned. But, I guess not... 
 

Nick,

I mentioned way back that the zeners are for protecting the mosfet gates when and if you increase rail voltage up to and above 24V. Did you check your two crossover diodes like I suggested?

Geo has probably at last realised that he does not have a self-runner.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4990 on: August 04, 2014, 11:07:04 AM »
  Tektron and All:
  I spent some time today to install the new 18v, 5watt zener diodes, and re-solder most all of the Mazilli circuit connection. Unfortunately, it did not help to cure the mosfet overheating issue. I tried the circuit with a single 150 watt flood light, also just a single 100 watt bulb, as well as with just a single 50 watt bulb, by itself. But, the fets are still untouchable only after 10 seconds running.  Sh!t.  Oh well, back to see what I can do about it...


Hi Nick,

In that case you can add more mosfets in parallel and that will stop your overheating issue and also will make less resistance and this will also increase the output. Just you will need to re-tune circuit because more parallel mosfets will add more capacitance.

Cheers!

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4991 on: August 04, 2014, 11:51:30 AM »
Hi Nick,

In that case you can add more mosfets in parallel and that will stop your overheating issue and also will make less resistance and this will also increase the output. Just you will need to re-tune circuit because more parallel mosfets will add more capacitance.

Cheers!

Nick's mosfets should not get overly hot running a 50W or 100W lamp load. Mine just ran warm. This assumes that his mosfets are adequately affixed to efficiently conduct heat to their respective heat sinks and that his circuit build is good and none of the components are faulty.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4992 on: August 04, 2014, 12:03:13 PM »
Nick's mosfets should not get overly hot running a 50W or 100W lamp load. Mine just ran warm. This assumes that his mosfets are adequately affixed to efficiently conduct heat to their respective heat sinks and that his circuit build is good and none of the components are faulty.

Heat = energy loss in circuit, so lower resistance will prevent leakage... ;)

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4993 on: August 04, 2014, 12:06:40 PM »
Heat = energy loss in circuit, so lower resistance will prevent leakage... ;)

And likely mask the real problem.  ;)

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4994 on: August 04, 2014, 12:27:43 PM »
@magpwr I rechecked the circuit and there were 4 mistakes in the circuit....As you've said 2 capacitors, and 2 coils....I couldn't manage to make the simulation in your way....Here's my version...

Ohh, and the bulb is rated at 100V 500W