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Author Topic: Fundamentals of FREE ENERGY generation with a transformer. Experiment #1  (Read 27795 times)

Offline tarakan

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Hello.
I would like to address my question to those members of the forum who have prior experience in developing electronics professionally.

I had recently found an article (in Russian) that seems to summarize all my theories of how Free Energy devices that involve some sort of transformer may work.
https://translate.google.com/translate?sl=auto&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=en&ie=UTF-8&u=http%3A%2F%2Fhalerman.narod.ru%2FTTCG%2FKapanadze.htm&edit-text=

http://halerman.narod.ru/TTCG/Kapanadze.htm

This article talks about efficient ways of exciting a Tesla Transformer using an oscillator that is Phase Lock Looped to the self-frequency of the Tesla Transformer SECONDARY and that applies an occasional impulse to maintain the oscillations.

The timing of this impulse is very critical and it compared to the automobile ignition timing.


If, indeed, transformers that work in the impulse mode can create Free Energy from Aether entering the device as the magnetic field collapses, than it makes a perfect sense to excite them at their resonant self-frequency and to measure the voltages and currents that exist inside the transformer after a square impulse was applied.

I would like to test different ferrite-core transformers and air-core transformers using this experimental rig.

1) Is occasional impulse method of driving a transformer more efficient than just using a transistor that is connected to the secondary for feedback and excites the primary?

2) Is this method better than the traditional Tesla Coil method of adding a pulse from a capacitor bank as voltage on the secondary decays?

My hypothesis is that Mother Nature tends to generate harmonic oscillations and in doing so, additional energy may be drawn from the aether to add to the energy that was brought to the transformer by the input impulse.

I want to test all the possible "Free Energy" transformer devices using this jig.

(http://s2.postimg.org/r78trpk85/Scan_140612_0005.jpg)
http://s2.postimg.org/blri7r8a1/Scan_140612_0005.jpg
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There are two ways to construct this device.

A traditional PLL synthesizer that uses the coil resonance as a clock source and a digital approach.
(http://s9.postimg.org/fgmcu79d7/Scan_140612_0006.jpg)
http://s9.postimg.org/p15zh2ypb/Scan_140612_0006.jpg
OR

A Microcontroller - DDS impulse generator that uses a frequency divider to measure the oscillator frequency and some kind of DDS to generate an impulse.

(http://s28.postimg.org/tjuty7pux/Scan_140612_0003.jpg)
http://s28.postimg.org/u9dmakqel/Scan_140612_0003.jpg

Since my experiment will run in the 10KHz to 1MHz frequency, using a microcontroller directly would not be possible.
I would need some kind of ripple counter for this purpose.

Timing of the input impulse would be rather difficult. In case with traditional PLL, I would need a voltage-controlled oscillator that outputs a pulse every N number of oscillations.

In case with a microcontroller I would need to use an algorithm and circuity to time the pulse perfectly at very high frequencies.
So I will need to consider the time it takes to make a decision that the pulse has to occur and subtract it from the timing of the pulse.
I bought a http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/data_sheets/AD9833.pdf

I am not sure how many steps are offered to shift the output phase.
I see this in the datasheet:

The analog output from the AD9833 is
fMCLK/228 × FREQREG
where FREQREG is the value loaded into the selected frequency
register. This signal is phase shifted by
2π/4096 × PHASEREG
where PHASEREG is the value contained in the selected phase
register

But Pi is an irrational number...

Maybe I should buy a different Analog Devices IC to generate the pulse.
A triangle output of AD 9833 makes it suitable, however there are very few examples of how to interface it to Arduino.


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I am designing a circuit that would be able to excite any RCL resonator at the 10KHz to 1MHz frequency range.
I would need to connect the circuit to Arduino anyways because I would like to see the output frequency on a text LCD and I would like some rotary encoder inputs to tweak some variables.


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 Help me design a circuit, please.

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Here a project which can be useful
http://nutsvolts.texterity.com/nutsvolts/201404/?folio=20#pg20

Sounds great for the KHz frequency. Thank you.

I am thinking of using a high frequencyPWM IC that would run at the same clock source as the ripple counter.
Both the ripple counter and the PWM IC would run at higher clock frequency than the Arduino, but since the input impulse will happen rather occasionaly, Arduino will have time to do the math to position it.
https://www.sparkfun.com/datasheets/Components/General/tlc5940.pdf

Maybe a PULSE - POSITION MODULATION  IC such as http://www.analog.com/static/imported-files/data_sheets/AD9560.pdf

BUT...

I WANT TO ANNOUNCE that instead of trying to replicate

Kapanadze Generator, Alula 0083, Hubbard Generator, Martinez Generator, Tesla Coil overunity, Ferroresonance experiments, etc,

I want to draw a common denominator from all the above TRANSFORMER-BASED overunity circuits.

Instead of messing with complex, analog circuits I want to design a JIG that would allow me to test all kinds of transformers at self-resonance.

There is a common theory that the magnetic field collapse brings in "radiant energy". Than lets test it. I want my transformers to be impulse driven and I want to measure all the input and all the output and than, if I see a sign of overunity, I will design a more optimized circuit for the task.

But for now I am building a TEST JIG.

Instead of trying to decipher what the inventor (or a scammer) had in mind when a specific circuit was designed, I want to take a universal approach.

If two frequencies have to mix inside a transformer, so be it. This will be the next addition to my circuit.

PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE
I want your engineering advice, and I want you to criticize and check my ideas for sanity and practicality.
You are welcome to take on my project, but please inform me of every step you undertake so I can repeat it and learn. I will make sure that I will document everything.

I actually WANT an experienced engineer to take on my project since I am not so great at designing my own circuits.
Help me design this jig, please. I promise to keep this circuit open- source. It will be a very handy RCL resonant frequency meter for any hobbyist.
It will track small amplitude - frequency relationships in the resonator.

If it works, I will put on my Guy Fawkes mask and distribute the results to everyone's doorstep.
THANK YOU.

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he he if that would be so easy I would take a team of "experienced engineers to take on my project " and solve riddle in few months [/size] :P

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I want to draw a common denominator from all the above TRANSFORMER-BASED overunity circuits.

 Why you think that there is a common denominator?
 


 P.S. Some more practical circuits here http://vasik041.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/fe_basics.pdf
 
 

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Offline tarakan

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But there has to be some rationality behind all those "Recipes of obtaining Overunity" that flood the internet.

There are four categories:

1) Permanent magnet motors - the V gate arrangement(I tried a linear motor - it works. Now I want to make it spin in a circle), the Perendev Motor, the Searl Generator, etc
2) Electromagnetic overunity - Bedini motors, other devices that use moving parts and coils.
3) Transformer- based devices - Kapanadze generator, Akula device, Hubbard Generator, etc.
4) Atmospheric Ion generators and Cosmic ray generators. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Townsend_avalanche , Nikola Tesla PATENT 685,958, etc.

1) So far I failed to make a rotating V-Gate motor, however I developed a beautiful 3D printable set to test the V gate motor that I am currently playing with.
2) This category seems to be the most ridden with false assumptions and pseudoscience, since it involves charging and discharging batteries. Inventors may not be aware of the battery surface charge phenomenon.
3) This is what makes Joule Ringer work better with a ground attached to it than without a ground. The common denominator of this is the so-called Ferroresonance.
4) Most scientifically proven, least efficient. The idea is to use "ions" from the atmosphere to generate power or to catch specially formed energy formations known as the Radiant Energy that can charge capacitors remotely and sometimes experimenters achieved it unintentionally.

So I want to work with 1 and 3 at this point.

I want to resonate a Tesla Coil so it explodes from electricity.
I need Pulse Position Modulation (PPM) to time a pulse to excite the coil, I realized.

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 Why you think that there is a common denominator?
 
 P.S. Some more practical circuits here http://vasik041.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/fe_basics.pdf

This is a great amount of work! A well-written textbook.
vasik041, you are a genius.
I think deductively. So I am trying to find a common denominator.

Maybe there are few subcategories for the transformer.

There is a movement in FE that uses a so-called grey tube, a DIY cousin to thyratrons and spark gaps.

I think that you should read the first chapter of Secrets of Cold War Technology, where the author is describing Nikola Tesla experiments.
Than there are those two videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7gPeIVVy0A
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aJP_yp_tn4

This is what Tesla used to drive his transformers.


But there is a common denominator out here. Otherwise why would there be so many transformer - based devices.
Official physics is too conformist to accept the theory behind those devices. This keeps us, the hobbyists in the jungle.

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I think that you should read the first chapter of Secrets of Cold War Technology

I've already read it some time ago... Entertaining, but not very usefull :-)

If you want know about Tesla's work read what he wrote himself.

If you study history of radio, you will find that main reason why spark gaps excitation circuits were replaced was...their low efficiency.


P.S. another text http://vasik041.files.wordpress.com/2014/02/fe_principles.pdf


Offline tarakan

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I've already read it some time ago... Entertaining, but not very usefull :-)

If you want know about Tesla's work read what he wrote himself.

If you study history of radio, you will find that main reason why spark gaps excitation circuits were replaced was...their low efficiency.

P.S. another text http://vasik041.files.wordpress.com/2014/02/fe_principles.pdf

I know. But they could produce a very sharp pulse. I don't want to deal with spark gaps.
I want to design a Frequency Divider --> Microcontroller --> PPM circuit. I want to see those capacitor - transformers resonate themselves to shreds.

You should try categorizing devices by their possible principle of operation. Categorize them to how far they stand from known laws of physics.

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Categorize them to how far they stand from known laws of physics.

I think all devices works according to known laws of physics :-)


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@tarakan

You may find these videos interesting:

How the Arduino inductance meter works:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6N8ys8FiA4
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qx3B89379eQ

The SassyClassE auto-resonating SSTC:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6RXGGmlnOSY

The MHOP: Better-than-Bedini Pulse Motor (a playlist showing the complete development process, thanks MileHigh!):
https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLml9VdOeqKa8F1PebS_EX7AX2aA_ZZtb9




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Offline tarakan

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I think all devices works according to known laws of physics :-)

Possibly.
But what about the conflict between aether dynamics theory and conventional space-time mesh theory?


I am googling for PPM ICs and they don't exist. PWM ICs do.
I need some kind of a buffer that can be programmed ahead of time to output a 1 bit value after an N number of clock cycles had passed.

This buffer along with the ripple counter will work at faster rates than my Arduino itself.


I need to input a value from Arduino that tells the IC to output zeros, output 1 when N clock cycles had passed.

Do you know of any suitable ICs for this purpose?
Same for the ripple counter. I need some high-speed frequency divider.

Thank you.

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We go to OU models by "cold current" and plasma effects....no inductive coil, no resonance circuits...should be interested about your opinion...

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...There are lots of possibilities how to generate that pulses.
If you use an AVR 8Bit micro running @ 20MHz - you should be able to generate pulses in a 50ns frame.
You will need a little assembly coding - but should be not that complicated.
I actually work with a imx28 (freescale) linux board. This chip - or for example the imx 6 has some special ptp clock hardware which can operate up to 120 MHz.
You can generate pulses using the compare unit of those clock - and can generate pulses with 8.33ns precision.
The most versatile solution would be to use an fpga eval board.
This would give you almost any degree of freedom, just limited by the system clock.
What about simply using an AD DDS generator - and simply tuning mechnism - observing the resulting voltage ?
That should be possible even with an attiny controller.

rgds.

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see Akula OU generator with ferrite core...it's working!

 

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