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Offline PhiChaser

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #390 on: January 17, 2012, 10:00:22 PM »
I have (nearly) finished building my own version of a Hubbard 'transformer'. The center coil isn't full of a good magnetic material yet but I'm 90% there anyways... Everything fits nicely but I may end up getting a stainless hose clamp to pull everything together even tighter (Hendershots capacitors had to be 'tightened' to get the right farad capacity so ???).
I don't have any real measuring or testing devices other than a cheap Greenlee VOM but that will change eventually.

Specs concerning my build:

All conductors are 18awg bifiliar speaker wire wound single layer. All coils have 36 wraps.
The outer eight coils (coilset) are 6" long 5/8" diameter 1018CR steel rods. Total coilset length 621" +/- 1" (core length)

At the end of each coil as the wire transitions to the next core the wire is twisted once to keep the current direction the same where the coils are touching when placed side by side.

If you can imagine a four foot (4') piece of steel rod single layer wound with 18 awg bifiliar speaker wire from one end to the other, then cut the rod (not the wire!) into six inch (6") sections and 'fold' them (twisting the wire where the rods 'fold') to form a circle. Now tie the ends together in a mobius fashion (maintaining current direction) you have what I've constructed here.
Eight 1:1 (primary) transformer/coils close (flux) coupled in a cylindrical formation and surrounding a (secondary) induction coil. Does this qualify as a semi-toroid?

The center coil (tapcoil) is wound around a 3/4" piece of pipe and the conductor length is pretty close to 124.2" (1/5 coilset conductor length).
The two bifiliar wires are tied together at one end of the tapcoil so that the current will run in both directions (down into and back out of the coilset).

Theory: Primary 'coilset' will act similar to (Leedskalnin's) PMH holding current to be inducted by secondary 'tapcoil'.

The challenge: Keeping the current flowing forever around the coilset.

Suggestions/comments would be appreciated.

I know that this thing is supposed to be some sort of transformer...

I have put 5v@500mA (via phone charger) through each of the coils as well as tying them together for the 'longest trip' and arrived at the following voltage readings at the input points:

Primary Coilset      :0.68v
Secondary Tapcoil   :0.16v
Pri. through Sec.   :0.85-0.87v

Nothing terribly exciting so far. As expected there were zero readings on the tapcoil when I put this little bit of juice throught the coilset. Still need to find a variac heh heh...

PC

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #390 on: January 17, 2012, 10:00:22 PM »

Offline PhiChaser

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #391 on: January 17, 2012, 10:06:30 PM »
Build pics...
Wire on metal rods. Fun!

PC

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #392 on: January 19, 2012, 12:35:39 AM »
Removed all the electrical tape from the ends of the primary coilset today and taped on plastic covers so the wire twists between cores can be seen (and won't fall off!). This is the bottom; The top has a hole for the tapcoil and I sleeved the wires where they left the plastic 'case' so they wouldn't chafe.
PC

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #392 on: January 19, 2012, 12:35:39 AM »
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Offline Paul-R

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #393 on: January 19, 2012, 06:54:11 PM »
The cores are important so that the magnetism is quickly shedded when
the power comes off.

http://www.free-energy-info.com/Chapter5.pdf  (Page 147 today, but will
change as doc is edited)

Can you get your hands on soft iron welding rods? Iron (as opposed to steel)
is sometimes used for rods in building foundations because it doesn't rust
as much).

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #394 on: January 21, 2012, 04:39:29 AM »
The idea is that the current STAYS in the primary conductors and doesn't come out. It gets inducted into the tapcoil as a +/- DC (AC!) pulses. At least that is the idea: those steel rods stay electromagnets constantly. (Maybe a good DC blast to get it going?) Power goes in, finds oscillation in the conductors, and keeps going round and round in the SAME DIRECTION over and over and over (like the coils in the PMH!). The tapcoil (secondary) is supposed to have a higher magnetic value than the outer coilset (primaries) which stay 'loaded'. It is my hypothesis that this stronger magnetic field in the middle of these coils is what will allow this to happen.
The output coil will definitely have to be able to pulse and 'unload' the inducted charge, that is for certain. I have some small welding rods but they aren't soft, they are very hard. Maybe ferrite (antenna) rods? I'm not sure if there is supposed to be an outer winding that surrounds the entire set of coils? I haven't done the math but I'm certain I don't have enough wire for that at the moment...
I can see other ways of winding these rods but this particular coilset is done (as far as the winding goes anyways heh heh). 
Thanks for the link Paul!
PC
P.S. I did get a small hobby vise but I haven't used it yet...
 (EDIT: After looking at a TPU pic I think that there should be an outer winding that connects (mobius style) to the 'tapcoil' which I think should be an inner AND an outer coil both... Hmmm, makes more sense now.)

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #394 on: January 21, 2012, 04:39:29 AM »
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Offline Paul-R

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #395 on: January 21, 2012, 05:14:27 PM »
I have some small welding rods but they aren't soft, they are very hard.
They will feel hard. I think they are called Swedish soft iron.

I suspect this is the sort of thing:
http://www.findtheneedle.co.uk/companies/ed-fagan-europe-ltd/products/swedish-soft-iron

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #396 on: January 22, 2012, 12:11:50 AM »
After some brain sweat and wearing down a pencil a bit I think that the outer winding (which would be connected mobius style to the inner coil) will be exactly half the length of the (primary) coilset. WOW! Hmmm...
The inner and outer coil will be one and the same so it looks like current will run 'up' the inside part of the coil and 'down' the outside part of the coil. Makes a LOT more sense now (to me anyways...)!! EDIT:Think about TPUs and toroidal type devices that are mobius wound...
ALL of the conductors are affected by the central core field. The eight coils of the primary coilset are each pointing in opposite directions so you have an equal + - + - + - + - field at each end and sharing the central core!. The windings around these coils also affects the outer AND inner winding (which is the SAME because they are connected). Consider the torus and how the conductor goes into and out of the field when it is wound around it, same idea.
Another thought, although I'm not sure if this is really 'correct' or not:
If you consider the primary coilset (8x1:1 close-coupled flux supporting inductors) as the number 10 (regarding conductor length) and each individual coil as 1.25 (because 8X1.25=10), then the central coil would be 2 and the outer coil would be 5.
Why would I look at these numbers this way? Well... For one it is a bit easier to consider descrete numbers instead of odd inches/millimeters. Second, and more importantly, I think these ratios are important to keep in mind (as is phi!). 2x5=10. Hmmm.
We also would have a higher density magnetic field in the center which means (to me at least) that the current is going to move (or is more likely to continue moving?) up through the center of the coilset. The ratio of 2:5; the inner to outer part of the same coil (because of the length). Because of this current will move 2.5 times faster to get to about the same place on inside of the same coil as it would take to make the trip outside of the primary coil (to the opposite 180deg location of the same coil).
What does this mean exactly?
Same transformer getting two pulses from each transformer (there are eight!): one (+/-) on the inside and one (-/+) on the outside. Normally these would pretty much cancel each other out but for that 5:2 ratio... If you consider that HALF the coilset are always +loaded at one time then you can see how the 2:1 ratio between the outer winding (part of the tapcoil) and the length of the 8 coil 'set' could be said to give the balance and the 5:2 ratio would make it forward biased, see?
Ah, surprised there aren't more people working on this thing...
I keep thinking that I need solid core wire though... I don't like that stuff, it hurts my fingers! Still need a varic heh.

PC

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #396 on: January 22, 2012, 12:11:50 AM »
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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #397 on: April 09, 2013, 12:39:08 AM »
Are there any Hubbard Generators (or other similar devices) that anyone had built that actualy produce more energy than they consume?

It appears that the Hubbard Generator is a cousin of the Molina Martinez Generator.

Although I am fuly open to the idea that overunity devices may work, I have a feeling that people dont publish their positive results.
Maybe those people are afraid of press, maybe they are afraid that Big Brotherr will pay a visit.

Because I am tired of jerryrigging things at my house, I want to whitness somebody building a successeful device like this.

Also, I suspect that it requieres a special 'ear' or other gift of sensitivity to tune those resonance devices to achieve spectacular effects such as overunity, a variable capacitor or an inductor is another good thing to implicate in a circuit. I am sure that both Tesla and Hubbard had that sense developed very well.

Thank you.

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #398 on: April 24, 2013, 08:12:39 PM »
For me Hubbard generator is the best ou device. However we must learn how to walk before we could run...

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #398 on: April 24, 2013, 08:12:39 PM »
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Offline Tito L. Oracion

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Re: Hubbard coil
« Reply #399 on: April 25, 2013, 01:19:25 AM »
ya! me too! :D


hubbard coil is actually has similar operation with the TPU.  8)

 

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