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Title: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: guruji on December 30, 2013, 09:17:53 PM
Anyone succeeded in Chubinidze coil to share his results?
Thanks
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: xhacks on April 24, 2014, 02:39:33 PM
You can try this.
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: guruji on April 24, 2014, 07:53:11 PM
You can try this.


Hi Xhacks thanks for that link.
I'm still trying on this circuit.
Did you build this?
Thanks
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: DilJalaay on April 25, 2014, 06:27:18 AM
Dear Xhacks,
Thanks for the post.
I have difficulty to understand the windings..could you be so nice to provide us the actual wound wire
step by step.


Thanks and Regs,


D.J
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: antimony on February 01, 2017, 04:55:04 PM
Did someone have any luck with this? There is not much info on it.
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: sm0ky2 on February 04, 2017, 06:41:41 AM
What I find to be interesting is how this guy talks about
His split-aluminum tube that he places around a coil.
It represents a purely electrical form of Leedskalnin's
PMM.
Our friend Dave was playing with this in the magnetic form
Using split steel or iron tubes. And was able to demonstrate
Leedskalnin's effect in a new format, which led to a series of
strange effects, including the magnetization of aluminum, plastic,
and other non-magnetic materials, and a magnetic interference with
Light.


The aluminum (I think should) hold the electrical field until it is
released by a reversal in current through the coil.
Like breaking the keeper of the PMM.
The description of the field in the split aluminum tube
is referred to as a nonreactive inductance.
Caused by an incomplete current loop.

Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 04, 2017, 09:43:54 AM
What I find to be interesting is how this guy talks about
His split-aluminum tube that he places around a coil.
It represents a purely electrical form of Leedskalnin's
PMM.
Our friend Dave was playing with this in the magnetic form
Using split steel or iron tubes. And was able to demonstrate
Leedskalnin's effect in a new format, which led to a series of
strange effects, including the magnetization of aluminum, plastic,
and other non-magnetic materials, and a magnetic interference with
Light.


The aluminum (I think should) hold the electrical field until it is
released by a reversal in current through the coil.
Like breaking the keeper of the PMM.
The description of the field in the split aluminum tube
is referred to as a nonreactive inductance.
Caused by an incomplete current loop.


Smoky2, can you please point me to, or sufficiently describe what Dave did? Or point me to the right Dave?


Update: After writing that I recalled an effect that I had discovered and I think it is the mechanism behind Dave's results.
Basically aetheric (and maybe electrical) energy oscillate in the split cylinder, and this impresses energy on the contained space, and this energy can get through the cut at some point in the cycle, but can't at others.  I just experimented with the effect and found that the effect seems to be best with either a thick cylinder or better multiple nested thinner cylinders with aligned cuts.  It is cool to see it physics bending stuff like magnetizing Aluminium.  My experiments were with essentially just the cross section version (2D), but I think I discovered the same effect.


Update 2: Yesterday (before I read about this split tube stuff) I moved one of my aetheric energy experiments while co-incidentally having a fire lighter in my hand, I felt something while carrying it, I wasn't immediately sure if it was a cobweb or something, or if it was aetheric energy, it felt different to most.  But there were no cobwebs, it was energy.  The lighters (the kind with a long tube) proximity to the experiment did something.  I figured it must be something to do with it being a pipe/tube or sort-of like a minim cloud buster...  But today I got up and thought  "wait, is that a seamless tube?"  Well, no it has a split along it!  I might have encountered this effect before I read Smoky2's post and misunderstood it!
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: antimony on February 04, 2017, 05:06:35 PM
Are your friend Daves PMH experiments documented anywhere? It sounds like a very interesting thing to further read more about. Fascinating that it could be a sort of analogous to the pmh

I have been winding the Chubinidze coil and i am done with it, but I didn't understand that the split tube should be between the two layers.
I could just rewind but could it work with the split tube on the outside under the 3 turn coil?

Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: Grumage on February 04, 2017, 07:34:54 PM
Dear All.

Here is a link to the video that had Hoppy and I experiment further.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz0IPdPbHvA

Our findings were published on the Kapanadze main thread around May 2013.

Here's a link to my own interpretation of the above using a Royer oscillator to drive the primary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXIca35GeIY

Cheers Graham.
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 04, 2017, 11:11:04 PM
With a bit of experimentation, I have come up with a powerful embodiment of the principle.


In the center there should be something, even if only fields, but you want the center to contribute.  Iron filings or sand, a magnet, bismuth, capacitor, a central wire (as Kapanadze uses).


Next ideally would be concentric cylinders (they could be aluminium foil or tape but with a conductive overlap not a gap), this could instead be a coil winding, but again it can be omitted, but these do increase the energy.  You could have layers of aluminium foil and paper for an orgone accumulator effect and or charge the layers foe a capacitor effect.


Then the split cylinder, while difficult, it is ideal if one half of the split is bent as shown, this might be doable in a vice.  You want the end on one side to point to the side of the end of the other.


Then the outer circle is a representation of any coil that might pick up the energy coming out of this through the gap, or anything being subjected to the energy coming from the gap.

John
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 05, 2017, 07:03:47 AM
I just read above where Antimony said "but I didn't understand that the split tube should be between the two layers.".


When I made the image and wrote that there could be a coil or something inside and outside the split tube, I didn't know that this was meant to be anyway!


This is not a weak effect, but it is an aetheric one.  That is why it bends the rules with magnetizing Aluminium etc...


It would be enhanced by having nice solid reflective edges of the split tube as it acts as an oscillator I believe, but aetherically not electrically (Steel would have too much impedance).
You could use reflective aluminium tape or aluminium foil with the reflected side pointing inwards, to increase the "Q" of the oscillations within.
 
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 05, 2017, 10:58:46 AM
Here is a feedback mechanism, just connect a wire so it feeds in a circular manner into the tube, and point the other end so it picks up energy released from the gap.  In addition you can try and put a spark gap and capacitor between the 2 halves of the wire so that this does not fire every pulse, but only sometimes.  The aetheric energy acts as a high voltage, as such it might break through a capacitor if it's breakdown (to aether, which is difficult to know) is higher than the spark gap.


It works with or without the capacitor and spark gap.


It might also be that aetheric oscillations can also be created with sharp impulses from a primary as with a Multi Wave Oscillator.


note: Outer coil removed to show feedback wire connecting to split tube.
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 06, 2017, 02:17:59 AM
A further improvement.  Wind a non-inductive series bifilar coil, but have a few inductive turns in series.


Around that goes the split cylinder, preferably with one end bent to point inwards.


A wire pointing at the gap connects back to the cylinder.


Another coil is wound around the cylinder, though shown loose here for clarity.


Update: Here is another version with the pickup coil positioned to the side of the split tube, positioned such that the wire does not cut across the gap but that the horizontal part (top or bottom) of the pickup coil is inline with the split to make it easier for it to enter the coil.  In addition there is an inner and outer split cylinder with the ends bent and positioned as shown such that each of the 4 ends bunts against the side of another end, not easy to make but a real increase in intensity.
Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: aether22 on February 07, 2017, 06:43:21 AM
Is anyone interested in my discoveries with respect to this split core stuff?


Anyway I today I tried making this, first I tried the steel from a tin can, that was a real mess, the corrugations stops it from bending smoothly.  I bent the end of one side at 90 degrees as shown in the preceding images.  Even though not neat this worked very well!


I then had another go, I took the steel sheet that was a shield for an old CRT oscilloscope, this wasn't corrugated and it bent like a dream by comparison, I then made a second one as shown in the other image above with one nested inside the other, the power increased a LOT from the single layer version.


I then compared it to a plain split cylinder, there is no comparison.


Then I had an idea, to try and induce vibrations in a regular split tube from one with these bends, which are at least a little challenging especially with a thicker pipe/tube. , here it is in diagrammatic form FIG.1


I found that this worked well, and that you could even daisy chain them and increase the energy at each step. FIG. 2


The point is that allows for making of wire bent into these shapes and the energy from the gap can be directed to a cylinder which would be hard to bend into the requisite shape, you just need to induce the vibration in it.


I also found that if you feedback the energy of even a single one without the bend but through the circle, you can get a huge energy if done as shown in FIG.3!
Clearly my other means of creating feedback was VERY poor!


No kidding, this last method is very practical and makes a huge difference!  The feedback is exceptionally powerful!

Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: sm0ky2 on February 08, 2017, 08:19:27 AM
Dear All.

Here is a link to the video that had Hoppy and I experiment further.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz0IPdPbHvA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gz0IPdPbHvA)

Our findings were published on the Kapanadze main thread around May 2013.

Here's a link to my own interpretation of the above using a Royer oscillator to drive the primary.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXIca35GeIY (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VXIca35GeIY)

Cheers Graham.


I think the reactive spark-gap in the first video might do more
than control the frequency.

Title: Re: Chubinidze Coil
Post by: antimony on February 10, 2017, 03:37:09 PM
With a bit of experimentation, I have come up with a powerful embodiment of the principle.


In the center there should be something, even if only fields, but you want the center to contribute.  Iron filings or sand, a magnet, bismuth, capacitor, a central wire (as Kapanadze uses).


Next ideally would be concentric cylinders (they could be aluminium foil or tape but with a conductive overlap not a gap), this could instead be a coil winding, but again it can be omitted, but these do increase the energy.  You could have layers of aluminium foil and paper for an orgone accumulator effect and or charge the layers foe a capacitor effect.


Then the split cylinder, while difficult, it is ideal if one half of the split is bent as shown, this might be doable in a vice.  You want the end on one side to point to the side of the end of the other.


Then the outer circle is a representation of any coil that might pick up the energy coming out of this through the gap, or anything being subjected to the energy coming from the gap.

John

I would have to read and re-read your posts again but it seems interesting, and something that would be possible for me to also try.
I have thought about the concentric capacitor, and i am trying to make one, but i haven´t gotten very far.

Each plate or layer have to be shorted or whatever, but should the con-cap only consist of two concentric plates, or?

I re-wound the two outer layers, and put Al-tape in between, but it didn´t make any difference. I havent been able to get any output at all to light the bulb, and i don´t know what to do to get output.
I watched a guy on youtube called foaxmore or something like that, that also tried to replicate the Chubby, and he said that he needed to have two different grounds to get anything on the output.