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Author Topic: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY  (Read 10442634 times)

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4995 on: August 04, 2014, 12:38:58 PM »
As you see the output is higher than input

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4996 on: August 04, 2014, 05:06:24 PM »
  Guys;
  Thanks for your replies.
   The only thing that I don't have correct on my Mazilli as compared to the schematic, are the two crossover diodes. They should be the UF series, but I'm running the IN4007 or the IN4007, as in Geo's diagram. So, these smaller diodes may not be switching fast enough, and thus may be causing the fets to heat, by just running on just one or the other fet, instead of both. As the fets are NEVER running both at the same temp. Either one, or the other is always heating up. This may be the problem. I'll switch the IN series diodes to the UF 306 that I'm currently using on the feed back loop, instead, and see what that does.
  If I run the Mazilli using the 12v, 10Ah battery charger, the fets do run cooler, as can be expected, but the light output from the bulbs is much lower, as well. This is probably due to the circuit drawing more than 10 amps from the supply battery, as compared to the fixed input source being drawn from the car battery charger  source.
  I'll switch the diodes, and report back.  As the future plan is to draw 24v from the self running circuit, IF I can finally get it to self run, which is really what I have in mind. 

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4997 on: August 04, 2014, 06:00:10 PM »
As you see the output is higher than input

I tried with the the same igbt with the D extension (Inbuilt diode)as found in multisim.
The output is about same but little higher input current needed.
Strangely no other components in multisim be it mosfet or igbt comes close enough.


I managed to find and purchase 10 x  IRGC4BC10UDPBF from ebay also sold in digikey and mouser as well.
To be on the safe side i also noticed the igbt used by Akula device have also a 200khz mentioned in datasheet and avoid unecessary delay i purchased  10 x FGH50N6S2 (No inbuilt diode) as well.

Since there isn't a suitable transformer to the job in multisim which i have tested although some came close because it was like 25:1 ratio or 100:1(Input 800volts to get 8volts haha. not really great).

I am sure if we wind a transformer say 20 turns secondary(2.5mm sq) and 5...6 turns then center tap then 5...6 turns.The toroid would need to be large enough to handle at least 5Amps.
My 3 inch green toroid base on old experiment with 1000watt halogen was sufficient.But that was using mazilli which is not suitable for this experiment.
PWM I/C:3525 or TL494 to provide the signal to the 2 igbt via a driver i/c:TC4422 or TC4421 which need to be powered by a voltage boost circuit eg:MC34063 to generate 20volts(For igbt's which likes 15volts at least)  from 12volts easily.

In virtual it is important the signal to igbt is 20volts for optimal switching(Although datasheet mentioned 15 or 18volts) with low loss hence the same needs to be applied as described for actual experiment.

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To everyone else,

This is my latest update on Don smith China replication.

I have just completed the assembly of the Variable High voltage generator for the capacitor bank(450volts  270uf x 4 in series)  late night Sunday.
Too bad i got lack of time even today to do some final tweaking.Using 8 1200volts diodes to form 2400volts full bridge rectifier.

6 x CREE IGBT driver and  multi power supply for opto isolated 2 in 1 board design is also completed but am left with the pcb fabrication.
 
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Tips for the day never never start on any project eg:Any of Akula device until you get every single details figured out in the head or papers.
 



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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4998 on: August 04, 2014, 11:06:38 PM »
@magpwr,

Don't you think it would be wise to use heat sinks with the diodes? What is the current rating again? I would get a couple of heat sinks and mount the diodes, this would allow full current to the rated specs.

Carl

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #4999 on: August 05, 2014, 12:40:28 AM »
@magpwr,

Don't you think it would be wise to use heat sinks with the diodes? What is the current rating again? I would get a couple of heat sinks and mount the diodes, this would allow full current to the rated specs.

Carl

Hi starcruiser,

The current rating is <0.6Amp during normal operation under certain load and <100mA Once variable voltage level 500volts-1700volts is reached as set by the MC34063 which will shutdown the pwm generator.But at first startup with bank depleted to 0volts the current surge for less than 2 second is less than 5Amps.
During prototyping during long period testing it's just warm to the touch.



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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5000 on: August 05, 2014, 07:25:51 AM »
@magpwr Check this: http://goo.gl/pj25yb and this http://goo.gl/PghHwW
« Last Edit: August 05, 2014, 12:05:08 PM by xhacks »

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5001 on: August 05, 2014, 06:09:36 PM »
@magpwr Check this: http://goo.gl/pj25yb and this http://goo.gl/PghHwW

hi xhacks,

Thanks for showing me the link.
I think the original experiment was conducted in the 80s then late 90s JLN Lab.

The only kind of capacitor which can handle that kind of AMPS is  CELEM(Mica) or EUROFARAD(Non mica) shown in your  virtual demonstration which is also my concern.

At least we now know officially there is "ou" for those experiment especially the JLN Lab version where there is many measurement being done.Too bad they were sticking with sine-wave and using 1mH back then.

For me it would be easy to settle the inductor portion to achieve 100uH with the lowest possible lost imaginable with the use of "nanocrystalline toroid" which is the most expensive toroids i ever purchased around 1 year ago.

Just picture this using "1" turn loop test on  nanocrystalline toroid gave me around 44uH/turn.Since <5 turns is needed to easily achieve 100uH the resistive lost would be negligible.
Only should be concern on toroid size which was design to handle certain level of Amperage.
Winding should be bifilar eg:18awg on toroid.These nanocrystalline toroid can also handle high frequencies more than 200khz.


I find that cost of really good capacitors is really astronomical especially if you need to buy more than 1 $$$ capacitor.
 
It all depends on how much power you need in the end. :D

Once we achieved high power "ou" base on narrow pulse base on actual experiment conducted.Only then we can start to figure out the self loop portion at the later stage. :)

This would make Akula high power device obsolete by comparison since his device is much more complicated to setup/tune just to achieve the similar desired "effect". :D :D
 



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« Reply #5002 on: August 05, 2014, 06:46:59 PM »
  Here is another previous Akula video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f1tJ2Vt0MYM
 
  As I can't understand much, I post this video with the hope that some of you will.
I think this was prior to his self running devices, but show some scope shots that may help to see what may be going on at that point.
  As we get further along with these tests, as well as some hands on experimenting, some of us may just pick up on how the self runners are being achieved, even if only by trial and error, or just by accident.

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Re: Kapanadze Cousin - DALLY FREE ENERGY
« Reply #5003 on: August 06, 2014, 04:20:45 PM »
hi xhacks,

This is my version 4.5 of the longitudinal experiment which produce exact same result as version 4 .But this is the most simplified version i can think of using lower component count. :D

2 x 100uH inductor connected in parallel  =50uH.

I will use new topic once i started on the experiment. :D
 

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« Reply #5004 on: August 07, 2014, 04:02:54 AM »
   Guys:
   I've been working a bit on my Mazilli/yoke circuit,  along with my version of the Akula Air Core coils. This air core below, is a new coil. Using a 1 1/4 inch drain pipe as the new former, which the Exciter coil's pvc pipe (on the left side) fits right over.
   
   To the Mazilli crt I added the new UF series 18v, 5 watt zener diodes. Plus I also changed the two cross over diodes which are UF series diodes now. 
However, I'm still getting the Fet heating issue, to contend with.
   
  I also built a new Akula Air Coils set up, but I ran out of the white wire, and of the red coil wire, also. To be able to finish both the resonator coil (red center coil), as well as the white output coil (right coil). So, I'll need to get more wire ASAP.
   
   I connected up the induction crt part of Akula coils (resonator) to the red yoke output coils, to see what theywould do at that point, even without all the needed turns.
  Running just the Mazilli oscillator induction crt, connected to the air core, does shine the bulbs, now.  But, I'm only just using a couple of tuning capacitors to tune the yoke output coil (red yoke coil), to the air core's resonator coil (center red coil).
I still need to obtain more of the right 0.22uf 650 volt poly caps, for actual resonance tuning, also.
   Here's a picture below, of where I'm at with this right now. 
   The connections of the separate pulser crt "chopper" will be also be done next.
   Any suggestions for this pulcer circuit are welcome, but, without the nano sec. adjuster, or duty cycle, for now. As those parts will have to be ordered from the U.S., and this will take some time, as I have to wait for a friend to come in Sept., that will bring them to me.   

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« Reply #5005 on: August 07, 2014, 06:23:30 PM »
   Here is a video (below) that I made late last night, showing the basic layout of the Mazilli/yoke crt and it's connections to the Akula Air core and its coils.
 
 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dAtricHslGk&feature=youtube_gdata_player

   I left my car battery charger connected all night to my 4ah battery as I've done in the past. However, this time the battery puffed out, big time. So, I think that a new battery is now in order, to continue with my tests.
 

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« Reply #5006 on: August 08, 2014, 06:56:00 AM »
   I've been tuning the Akula air core tonight, by adding ferrite pieces to the inside of the Akula type of air core, as Geo had shown previously on his RMG.
What a difference it can make!
  I've also been testing different tuning caps, on the yoke's output coil side, that goes to the resonator coil on the air core. I've found a couple of caps that seam to be working well.
  Funny thing though, the 12, 4 aH battery which I thought had died last night, came back to life. Even though it's all blotted up, and all, it still works. Only now, if I find just the right position of the ferrite pieces inside the air core, as well as the best working tuning caps, and also connect HV to the output of the air core, the Fets don't heat up, only to luke warm. Like babies milk. LOL~~~
  Anyway, I don't really know what is going on yet, but I'm starting to see that there is something anomalous to all of this. I hope I can keep it up, further avoiding the fet heating issues.  Just thought that I'd past it along...

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« Reply #5007 on: August 09, 2014, 07:10:26 AM »
  I couldn't add this picture to my last post, since the "modify" buttons have been removed. What's up with that???
  Anyway, here is a pic of my set up lighting a single 100w bulb. Tonight I further tuned it and got it lighting up 3 100w bulbs now. This is still with insuficient coil turns, as I've not been able to obtain more wire yet, but I will.
   

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« Reply #5008 on: August 10, 2014, 03:33:20 AM »
  I couldn't add this picture to my last post, since the "modify" buttons have been removed. What's up with that???
  Anyway, here is a pic of my set up lighting a single 100w bulb. Tonight I further tuned it and got it lighting up 3 100w bulbs now. This is still with insuficient coil turns, as I've not been able to obtain more wire yet, but I will.
 

hi NickZ,

I am glad you have made some progress in your work.Believe in what you do and don't let others dither you. :D
Tips for the day -"We need to work for success else success will never come to you"

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In the meantime i have successfully replicated and uploaded in my youtube channel one of the 2 circuit board for Don Smith China replication-
Variable High Voltage supply board 150volts-1600volts.(Prototype)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MknH42t0IGw

I have attached the original circuit board picture of the Don smith China- Variable HV supply board-500volts-1600volts.This is found on page 285  latest edition of pjkbook.pdf
There are more component used because the non segmented transformer in their version only generates around 500volts.
I used segmented transformer shown in my video which needs less than 300turns to get max 1600volts to protect capacitors.But it can go higher around 1800volts.

The MC34063 most likely used in their circuit provides the variable voltage control and boost output voltage from transformer 500volts to Max 1600volts.
The original circuit board used more components to achieve the same function.

Warning-The multimeter used in my experiment mentioned only 500volts but i find that it can display anything below 2000volts.But i don't recommend for anyone to use any 500volts rated multimeter for "HV" outside this project  .

 

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« Reply #5009 on: August 10, 2014, 04:43:23 AM »
  Magpwr:
   Thanks for your comments.  It looks like there are only a few of us actually working on some circuits these days. I guess most others are waiting for a guarantee that what they are going to build, is going to work.  Well,  keep waiting...
   
   I'm still tuning away.  Yes, it takes some time. But, time is about the only thing that I have plenty of. At times...

  I was trying to adapt a 12v florescent bulb circuit for my HV pulcer, but I blew one of the smaller caps. It went of like a firecraker. Bang, right in my face. Any ways, so much for that.  I'll try something else.
  I with that I could just buy the two needed adjustable pulser circuits, connect them to my coils, and be done with it.   Wishful thinking, again.