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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #16 on: August 06, 2013, 04:49:29 PM »
The same basic circuitry with a low-aspect-ratio resonator:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFDjZ_Va9xg

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #17 on: August 06, 2013, 04:55:58 PM »
I guess my point in posting these Tesla coil videos of mine, in response to those of Ernst, is that I think he is making extravagant claims from a position of little knowledge and experience.  As I said before, he reminds me a lot of UFOPolitics.

But I wish him good luck. If he really understands what Wardenclyffe was all about.... he might be able to get somewhere. So far, though... well, let's just say he has a long way to go.

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #18 on: August 06, 2013, 06:06:26 PM »
The man's first video is one hour.

Can someone provide a thimbnail explanation of what his invention is?

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #19 on: August 07, 2013, 07:17:39 AM »
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Ernst's first movie is one minute............
 
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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #20 on: August 07, 2013, 02:48:47 PM »
 
Here is the 5th
 
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0bDXyv6n_rA&feature=youtu.be
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a comparison at 1.40 ----1.47  comparing regular with "extra crispy"  at 1MV +

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #21 on: August 07, 2013, 03:43:13 PM »
Ooooh a MegaVolt! Ooooh....   8)


What's his input power, his primary voltage, his apparatus size and amount of copper? And _cost_ ?

Here's a MegaVolt, my small MOT-DC SGTC sparking across a 33 cm measured interval, from a large toroid to a large plane, not between sharp points. This means that the given sphere gap breakdown value of 33 kV / cm is close to what I am actually getting.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dTaIj5qLoH0
Please watch in HD ! There are a few nice still shots at the end of the video.

Remember that that coil only has 12 1/2 inches of winding on its secondary former. Not 4-6 feet like Ernst's coils! And it is using a single MOT, 120 VAC input, supplying 3 kV or so DC to the coil primary tank. The wall strikes at around 8:00 are happening at about 36 cm gap (I moved the coil after making the 33 cm measurement). 36 cm x 33 kV/cm = almost 1.2 megavolts. Derate that a bit because of the relatively small toroid... for gap tables to be accurate the gap should be smaller than the electrodes themselves, so big gaps require big electrodes for true accuracy.

Again, I am illustrating these things in the hope that Ernst may continue his studies and improve the performance of his systems.  If he really wants to couple to the Wheelworks of Nature... his apparatus has got to be considerably more efficient than what he is showing so far, by a large margin.

You are making me think about assembling my Magnifying Transmitter with Extra Coil. I haven't had that thing up and operating in ten or twelve years. I think I remember where all the parts are. At least I know where the main coils are, and I think I remember seeing the rotary gap / capacitor box a couple years ago....


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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #22 on: August 07, 2013, 06:15:29 PM »
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You are making me think about assembling my Magnifying Transmitter with Extra Coil. I haven't had that thing up and operating in ten or twelve years. I think I remember where all the parts are. At least I know where the main coils are, and I think I remember seeing the rotary gap / capacitor box a couple years ago....
 
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Oh why Not?
 
Just don't Sizzle your nizzle.......... :o
 
and don't forget your yardstick !!
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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #23 on: August 08, 2013, 04:00:42 AM »
Right now I actually don't have a room big enough to operate it in, and if I do it outside, the neighbors are likely to freak out totally. Plus, I have no idea at this point how it would interact with wireless LANs which are all around me now. If I start blasting a couple of kW broadband noise I would probably kill a dozen routers in the first five minutes of operation.

Serious Tesla power transmission systems really should be operated in a full screen room, Faraday cage, or metal garage building until they are tuned precisely.

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #24 on: August 08, 2013, 08:09:25 AM »
If folks would read Tesla's notes, they would learn that Wardenclyffe, and his entire idea of power transmission, was to pump it through the earth...not through the air as most are thinking.  It is documented.  This is possibly one reason why he was interested and actually met with Nathan Stubblefield (Of earth battery fame) because he was doing some very similar stuff here in Kentucky.

I have many great books on Tesla which make this clear and also, there was a good coast to coast show on in the past few weeks that spoke about this very thing.  (Probably available on youtube) Energy transmission through the earth was his plan.


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« Reply #25 on: August 08, 2013, 10:37:44 AM »
That's right Bill. You hardly ever seen the Wardenclyffe tower's below-ground-level construction, and people working with Tesla coils know that the bottom of the secondary should be connected to a solid Earth ground, but they seldom seem to know why. The Ionosphere is just one of the "plates" of the Schumann resonant cavity, the other is the Earth itself, a boundless source/sink of electrical charge.



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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #26 on: August 08, 2013, 03:12:22 PM »
Number 6
 
Part 6: response to reactions from the i-net community.

It would seem Ernst intends to open the mind to some other possibilities.

I suppose a few good measurements for PIN and POUT would suffice to enforce his position.


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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #27 on: August 08, 2013, 04:06:56 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrIf29PDXJc


I believe this is the Coast show that has a good segment on Tesla.  That topic starts after the 1st hour so you can skip ahead if desired.

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #28 on: August 08, 2013, 05:44:49 PM »
Number 6
 
Part 6: response to reactions from the i-net community.

It would seem Ernst intends to open the mind to some other possibilities.

I suppose a few good measurements for PIN and POUT would suffice to enforce his position.


Chet

In the last part of that video he quotes the various parameters, including his max voltage (but doesn't show how he determined it, no actual measurements) that he gets with his complex apparatus involving all those parts and two MOTS and the rest of it. Then he says, "I know, what I say can not be true". What is he referring to here, his output measurement? His ability to light a little fluorescent bulb?
Then he says, "So please...Prove me wrong!"

So I guess he hasn't watched my videos then. Because I show that an _efficient_ design can apparently outperform his, with an actual measurement that can be justified, of over a megavolt discharge, at much less input than he is using and for a far lower parts count, and no rotary break. I don't even have a 230 volt mains!

So I'm not exactly "proving him wrong"... there is nothing particularly remarkable about getting a megavolt out from 10 kV in, you don't even need VRSWR to do that, you can do it on turns count alone. But if you do take advantage of VRSWR and high Q you can do it with much less input.

But the important part came earlier in the video, where he said he's having fun! That's the main thing. Keep having fun, and look at the Wardenclyffe and Colorado Springs _underground_ parts, if you can find information on them.

Of course he implies at the beginning that he's interested in other things besides making big sparks. That's good, because a good Tesla power transmission system isn't going to be wasting its power in spark or corona display.

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Re: Ernst says he has the "goods" on Tesla and has filed a patent
« Reply #29 on: August 08, 2013, 06:00:21 PM »
All right, I'll share a little secret about why my MOT-DC coil works at all, much less as well as it does. The key is the blown spark gap.

All parts of a Tesla Coil are far more sophisticated than they appear at first glance. You can slap together just about any coil set and get some voltage amplification out of it. Once coilers start understanding VRSWR and how to attain it their coils get better, and with a rotary break they think their coils are working pretty well. But almost all rotary breaks that I see in small coils are not doing their job properly and are power-arcing to some extent instead, reducing the coil's effectiveness from the outset.

The key to rotary break performance is not so much in having the proper break rate, but in attaining proper spark _quenching_ between the breaks. I think a great way to make a rotary break perform well is to use the same kind of blown gap quenching that I used in the MOT-DC, not only for blowing out the spark but also for spinning the rotor! You would then use a "brake" on your break... he he... a brake on the axle to control the speed of the break while you spun and blasted the heck out of the gap with compressed air. The combination of proper BPS and genuine spark quenching will make your coil really rip!

 

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