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Author Topic: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims  (Read 317843 times)

Offline MarkE

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #960 on: April 09, 2014, 05:48:21 AM »
Nice replication TK.

Could you try a flyback diode across the resistor to see if the Vbatt trace changes?

Thanks.
.99
In order for a clamp diode to be effective you will also need a decoupling capacitor as shown in the drawing below.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #962 on: April 09, 2014, 06:24:08 AM »
Oh Daddy, havent you analised her enough yet ? You have.  ;D ;D

You proved her circuit works better than v!agr@  ;D ;D

Now please give some rest to your tool(s)  ;D or else your chips will fry with overload. ;D ;D ;D ;D ;D

Google from www.viagranalising.com  ;D ;D ;D

Ps: Even Mur@kamis (snake oil salesman), throat is choked now. Take some rest.  ;D ;D

But Google..... it seems that Ainslie still hasn't had enough yet! Look at her latest emissions, where she threatens all of us, accuses us of more impossibilities, and announces that she is NOT going to make anything public unless Poynt99 licks her boot. I declare, the woman's delusions of paranoia are absolutely stunning! How she manages to fall out of bed and dress herself in the early afternoon, I'll never know.

But ROFL! It is just as I predicted.... the lying troll queen has nothing. She has no thermal RATE data and never has had. She has nothing but silly scopeshots and low heating, while her batteries just continue to discharge and discharge and discharge...... Poor old Donovan Martin must be sweating bullets by now, since he must realize at this point that there is no hope, no hope at all, of ever seeing any COP over 1 when he's connected properly and does his sums right.

And now, like some huge pale South African cockroach, the Troll Queen is trying to get out of the light, trying to hide under her soggy rotten log again. She's trying to apply for OverUnity Prizes on Open Source websites.... while hiding everything she can hide. Her hypocrisy is only exceeded by her arrogance and her willfull ignorance.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #963 on: April 09, 2014, 06:52:29 AM »
HEY AINSLIE.... DON'T FORGET THAT I HAVE IMAGES OF YOUR MANY POSTS WHERE YOU INSULT, MAKE FALSE ACCUSATIONS OF CRIMINAL ACTIVITY, AND OUTRIGHT LIE ABOUT YOURSELF, ABOUT OTHERS, AND ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE DONE. Your imaginary lawyers will choke when they see all of that solid EVIDENCE of your fraud, your duplicity and your threats.

DON'T FORGET THE SOLID EVIDENCE WE HAVE UNCOVERED THAT YOU FABRICATED DATA FOR YOUR "PAPERS".

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #964 on: April 09, 2014, 07:25:49 AM »
That is a great demonstration of parasitic wiring inductance and capacitance.  The faster that the MOSFET switches, the more pronounced inductive distortion is in the current sense, visible as rising to a higher value that then declines exponentially during the on phase.  And Warp 10 is right for that turn-off.  With limited parasitic capacitance to dump charge into, the greatly sped-up turn-off of the MOSFET requires a much higher voltage.  With a fast enough driver one can easily exceed the Vds rating of the MOSFET, which is why a TVS from drain to source is a good idea.
These PG50s are tough little buggers. I have not yet popped a single one from overvoltage spikes. I have had a couple go from inadvertently exceeding Vgs max, though, and of course I deliberately drove one to thermal failure for the Stress Test. Still, the TVS is a good idea, just for the sake of good practice if nothing else. I may have one of appropriate value in one of the stash boxes.

Right now I can make bigger VBatt spikes but I'm deliberately keeping them small enough to fit on-screen on the Link. I don't have a 100x high-voltage scope probe, and with the 10x probe the least sensitive input setting on the Link DSO is 20 v/div. To go to 50 v/div I need a 100x probe, or go to the analog Tek 2213a, which will do 50 v/div with a 10x probe. The Drain trace is spiking to well over 250 v already, as displayed on the Tek. For the CVR trace I am using the Ohmite non-inductive resistors but I am deliberately maximizing the probe connection wire loop by clipping far from the resistor bodies. Still, I probably have less inductance associated with my current sense system on this setup than Ainslie does at best.

It should be clear to just about any observer that these large spikes, 180 degrees out of phase, positive on VBatt coinciding with negative on Vcvr, will most probably produce large "negative power product" when processed in the Ainslie fashion. It is frustrating that the Link can't do live trace multiplication, but I can always do it manually or from a spreadsheet dump. (Yes, dear Ainslie, I can do data dumps into spreadsheets too, and surprise surprise, the spreadsheet data when plotted looks just like the scopeshot it came from. Duh. How could it be otherwise, since it's the same data?)

I need to try the gate boost circuit with the SWeir board, which is properly filtered and has the really really noninductive precision cvr with proper probe contact points, just a tiny loop which will produce minimal distortion in the current signal. I think it would be great to see the mosfet switching cleanly and the ringing filtered out or properly damped. Waste less power in the mosfet, dissipate more in the load element, boost efficiency that way.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #965 on: April 09, 2014, 07:37:42 AM »
Nice replication TK.

Could you try a flyback diode across the resistor to see if the Vbatt trace changes?

Thanks.
.99
Yep, I'll get to it pretty soon, probably later tonight or tomorrow morning. I have a MUR1560 that I'll try. The 1n4007 couldn't keep up at 187 kHz, there was almost no discernable effect using it.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #966 on: April 09, 2014, 07:43:31 AM »
Yep, I'll get to it pretty soon, probably later tonight or tomorrow morning. I have a MUR1560 that I'll try. The 1n4007 couldn't keep up at 187 kHz, there was almost no discernable effect using it.
That will be fast enough with a capacitor in a tight loop.  The 1520 would be good enough.  The diode only really sees the battery voltage.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #967 on: April 09, 2014, 07:55:02 AM »
So the circus is threatening to close and quietly disappear. Never fear. The lack of attention will quickly bring it back to life.

It looks like .99 has missed the deadline and will henceforth be banished to purgatory. All he had to do was acknowledge that partially defined loony tune tests are valid. Hang on,  he must also agree to the results before they are measured - Sounds like Zimbabwean elections. Also please stop raiding the Cape Town computers. Obviously this is where TK gets all his data.

That Mosfet is tough. It's avalanche rated so providing the duty cycle is short enough it will take that punch almost indefinitely

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #968 on: April 09, 2014, 07:59:47 AM »
What does one do when one doesn't have the goods?  One tries to shift responsibility to others.  One tried and true trick is to make demands of others:  "If you don't do X, then I won't deliver evidence of my claims!"  Well, looky here, Ms. Ainslie is now offering up the absurd position that she will not show evidence of her claims, not because of the real reason which is that she can't produce such evidence, but because poynt99 must accede to her silly demands first.  Of course if he does comply, she can always just throw up a new even more ridiculous demand.

Ms. Ainslie's argument is mind boggling:  She alleges that she won't show her data, because she claims that here we promote falsehoods.  In other words she would provide data that could supposedly counter what is said here if only what is said here already agreed with the data that would contradict it.  It's tea time with the Red Queen.

As we know from her own reports:  Ms. Ainslie simply does not have the goods.  She won't be showing any demonstrations because she cannot arrange them to back her claims.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #969 on: April 09, 2014, 08:46:44 AM »
That will be fast enough with a capacitor in a tight loop.  The 1520 would be good enough.  The diode only really sees the battery voltage.
The 1520 is quite a bit faster but I don't have one on hand. My local guy stocks the 1560, I'll have to ask him about the 1520. I might also have a Schottky that would work, I'll have to check.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #970 on: April 09, 2014, 01:13:32 PM »
So the circus is threatening to close and quietly disappear. Never fear. The lack of attention will quickly bring it back to life.

It looks like .99 has missed the deadline and will henceforth be banished to purgatory. All he had to do was acknowledge that partially defined loony tune tests are valid. Hang on,  he must also agree to the results before they are measured - Sounds like Zimbabwean elections. Also please stop raiding the Cape Town computers. Obviously this is where TK gets all his data.

That Mosfet is tough. It's avalanche rated so providing the duty cycle is short enough it will take that punch almost indefinitely
That's the hilarious part.  Ms. Ainslie claims that she wants the world to see her alleged discovery.  In the meantime she's saying that she won't show any evidence because Poynt99 won't go along with her demands.  She says she's drawing a line that she should have long ago.  Yet, just a couple of weeks ago she plead with Greg East to be polite to Poynt99 because she felt he was critical to legitimizing her experiments.  Now, she's put herself between a rock and a hard place.  If she shows nothing, she's back at square one.  If she shows experiments that conform with reality, then she's sunk.  If she shows experiments performed incompetently, then she's sunk.  I think that TinselKoala is most likely correct:  Whoever is performing her experiments are not getting the unreal results she's previously reported.  Now, she's: confused and embarrassed and looking for a way out.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #971 on: April 09, 2014, 03:06:42 PM »
In order for a clamp diode to be effective you will also need a decoupling capacitor as shown in the drawing below.

I put a MUR1560 in and I can see little or no discernible effect on the VBatt trace. With the capacitor alone (I used 0.1 uF 400v poly film) or in conjunction with the diode, the whole effect is killed, the performance of the circuit is entirely altered. Perhaps the frequency of 187 kHz is too fast? The resultant waveforms on both Vcvr and Vbatt are nearly sinusoidal and look nothing like what I expected. I'll try to get a scopeshot later on. I have to change some trigger parameters on the scope to capture that waveform properly.

However, with the MUR1560 alone, with anode connected but cathode free, I can get the rectified Drain spike at the cathode and use it to run, eg, the NE2 ring oscillator. The non-rectified spike (taken from the anode end) will barely run the Ring Oscillator, but the rectified spike from the cathode end runs it really well. There is a visible effect on the Vbatt trace with the ring oscillator: the first positive spike decreases in amplitude by a few volts. I see nothing happening on the bottoms of the ringdown spikes. I've made a Supplement video that kind of shows these effects (but not the capacitor effect yet) but it's not too coherent, I haven't had enough coffee yet.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #972 on: April 09, 2014, 03:21:11 PM »
I put a MUR1560 in and I can see little or no discernible effect on the VBatt trace. With the capacitor alone (I used 0.1 uF 400v poly film) or in conjunction with the diode, the whole effect is killed, the performance of the circuit is entirely altered. Perhaps the frequency of 187 kHz is too fast? The resultant waveforms on both Vcvr and Vbatt are nearly sinusoidal and look nothing like what I expected. I'll try to get a scopeshot later on. I have to change some trigger parameters on the scope to capture that waveform properly.

However, with the MUR1560 alone, with anode connected but cathode free, I can get the rectified Drain spike at the cathode and use it to run, eg, the NE2 ring oscillator. The non-rectified spike (taken from the anode end) will barely run the Ring Oscillator, but the rectified spike from the cathode end runs it really well. There is a visible effect on the Vbatt trace with the ring oscillator: the first positive spike decreases in amplitude by a few volts. I see nothing happening on the bottoms of the ringdown spikes. I've made a Supplement video that kind of shows these effects (but not the capacitor effect yet) but it's not too coherent, I haven't had enough coffee yet.
The drain waveform should look something like this, provided that you have the scope probe ground right at the MOSFET source pin, and you've kept the loop area small.  A picture of the wired set-up would be helpful.

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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #973 on: April 09, 2014, 03:39:26 PM »
The drain waveform should look something like this, provided that you have the scope probe ground right at the MOSFET source pin, and you've kept the loop area small.  A picture of the wired set-up would be helpful.
I know it should look like that, but it doesn't.

No, the wiring is more like what Ainslie is probably using. These trials aren't particularly designed to do "proper" measurements, they are designed to replicate Ainslie's scopetrace, and move on from there. I'm trying to get heat results measured properly, correlated with scopeshots and circuit parameters as used by Ainslie.

Here's the current physical layout, with the locations where I put the diode and capacitor sketched in.


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Re: Rosemary Ainslie Quantum Magazine Circuit COP > 17 Claims
« Reply #974 on: April 09, 2014, 03:59:07 PM »
Actually, the Drain trace does look very much like that, except there's more ripple and a LF sinusoidal wiggle in the "off" portion with the cap in place. The diode eliminates the drain positive spike.

But here is what the Vbatt and Vcvr traces look like with the capacitor installed. Adding the diode makes only a tiny difference on these traces here. This is made by setting up the same screen as before, with the 200V Vbatt spikes and the nice Vcsr pulse shape and negative spikes, then simply connecting the cap as shown. The traces collapse to this:
(Also including the non-cap screen below for comparison)