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Author Topic: Fundamentals of FREE ENERGY generation with a transformer. Experiment #1  (Read 27814 times)

Offline vasik041

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

ALTECHLAB How do you know for sure ?

I think there are all signs that Akula is a faker :-)

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If something is working and you have physically built and witnessed it, send me a PM with more information.

If you live in United States I want to come and check if it is working or not. I will popularize the circuit as soon as I replicate it myself.

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see Akula OU generator with ferrite core...it's working!
You had built it and it worked? I will pay. Build me a replica and mail it to me.

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Offline tarakan

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Here is what I want to build.

I need to choose a Divider IC for the clock, a Divider for the input, and a buffer IC to store an impulse as a "1" and output that "1" in a line of "0"s as the clock is ticking.

Offline ARMCORTEX

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Ok, I have designed amplifiers before, I have some college education in basic electronics, but I consider that mostly basic and easy. Like you my skill is self taught.

It looks like you have good logic and are clever individual, I doubt engineers will help you for ''free'', and alot of engineers would probably be unprepared for your task.

I trust you know how to program a microcontroller, and have good skill with non-programmable IC logic gates, the fastest I ever used were the 74LV series.

The thing you gotta know about VHF 100 MHZ and above is that you need specially designed stubs on a pcb, to avoid reflections, coaxial tubes, self made type high current.

You cannot poison your signal generator by your own radiation.

I have a good book from an ex-mit student that explains all the effects in simple terms, If you are interrested let me know, you will learn about loci diagrams and propagation effects.

The logic circuit, looks doable, and you should be able to do this without too much complications if you make a good pcb, plz read about pcb design guidelines for high frequency.

This I understand so-so, I apply these rules a bit like voodoo, and ''covering all angles''. Most of the times it will be ok if you obey the rules.

The amplifiers, you will not be able to do properly without proper calculations, you may not even be able to measure what signal you got correctly, there will be complications.




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Offline tarakan

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Ok, I have designed amplifiers before, I have some college education in basic electronics, but I consider that mostly basic and easy. Like you my skill is self taught.

It looks like you have good logic and are clever individual, I doubt engineers will help you for ''free'', and alot of engineers would probably be unprepared for your task.

I trust you know how to program a microcontroller, and have good skill with non-programmable IC logic gates, the fastest I ever used were the 74LV series.

The thing you gotta know about VHF 100 MHZ and above is that you need specially designed stubs on a pcb, to avoid reflections, coaxial tubes, self made type high current.

You cannot poison your signal generator by your own radiation.

I have a good book from an ex-mit student that explains all the effects in simple terms, If you are interested let me know, you will learn about loci diagrams and propagation effects.

The logic circuit, looks doable, and you should be able to do this without too much complications if you make a good pcb, plz read about pcb design guidelines for high frequency.

This I understand so-so, I apply these rules a bit like voodoo, and ''covering all angles''. Most of the times it will be ok if you obey the rules.

The amplifiers, you will not be able to do properly without proper calculations, you may not even be able to measure what signal you got correctly, there will be complications.



Thank you.
Are there engineers on this forum?

I suspect that the absolute majority of well-paid electronic engineers that design this kind of circuitry bow their heads to the idols of the status quo and disregard overunity physics.

But I can always call this circuit a hobby RCL meter. Theoretically this concept can produce a very high end RCL meter.

I know that if I make this circuit run at 1GHz, I will need a lot of skills that I don't have. It would be nice if I get someone interested in the Ham Radio world where people optimize their antennas and try to make the most efficient morse code generators.

This could be a very good open-source project for the general public. If I do it, it will work at KHz frequencies and it won't be very helpful because I would not be able to test ferrite transformer Akula device-related things.

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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.

I would love to learn Assembly.
There is only so much my head can lean. I am learning advanced statistics and calculus beyond what I was taught in school.

I thought of using DDS,

But in every RCL circuit there is a slight correlation between amplitude and self-frequency. So in the function COS(X*C) * [decay part] C is not constant. It drifts up or down.
http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/oscda.html

I don't want to be another crazy overunity device inventor. (I am) I want to plant a seed of rationality, try to derive few common qualities that all OU devices have and make measurements. I KNOW that I am not going to be the lucky one who succeeds at replicating an OU device. Some organizations like CIA will always make sure that the circuits that are out there are not not the working ones. But they can't be too far from reality.

We need to be patient and to build mathematical and physics theory.

IF RCL circuits driven by impulses can give us overunity and this is a common hypothesis than lets make an effort to drive them in such way that this phenomenon can be observed.

FOR THIS I PROPOSE THE ABOVE MENTIONED RCL meter. It can be used for antenna calibration and other radio ham applications, can be commercialized.
Thank you!

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Offline tarakan

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Nobody within the overunity community has taken the self-tuning approach to all the transformer devices?

So for the tesla hypothesis I need a transformer with a critically damped primary and an underdamped secondary. I have to keep the primary from oscillating...
So I need to release energy, than reabsorb it into my primary circuit or burn it off on a resistor and measure how much energy I burned.
But this is the analog part that I don't want to discuss.

I want to find the buffer and the frequency dividers so I can work with the basic RCL meter.

I want to start an online, laissez-faire institute of rational overunity studies.

Lets build the RCL meter-self tuning driver. Otherwise what makes an overunity enthusiast different from the alchemist of the late middle ages.
The former tries to empirically obtain overunity, the latter used to empirically try to derive gold from other elements of the Periodic table.
But dark ages have to end at some point...

« Last Edit: June 15, 2014, 12:28:27 AM by tarakan »

Offline tarakan

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Ok, I have designed amplifiers before, I have some college education in basic electronics, but I consider that mostly basic and easy. Like you my skill is self taught.

It looks like you have good logic and are clever individual, I doubt engineers will help you for ''free'', and alot of engineers would probably be unprepared for your task.

I trust you know how to program a microcontroller, and have good skill with non-programmable IC logic gates, the fastest I ever used were the 74LV series.

The thing you gotta know about VHF 100 MHZ and above is that you need specially designed stubs on a pcb, to avoid reflections, coaxial tubes, self made type high current.

You cannot poison your signal generator by your own radiation.

I have a good book from an ex-mit student that explains all the effects in simple terms, If you are interrested let me know, you will learn about loci diagrams and propagation effects.

The logic circuit, looks doable, and you should be able to do this without too much complications if you make a good pcb, plz read about pcb design guidelines for high frequency.

This I understand so-so, I apply these rules a bit like voodoo, and ''covering all angles''. Most of the times it will be ok if you obey the rules.

The amplifiers, you will not be able to do properly without proper calculations, you may not even be able to measure what signal you got correctly, there will be complications.


I feel like I need to document this idea as an idea and let others do it.
I realized that I should use asynchronous communication between the Arduino and the buffer that positions a spike. This way I can specify when the spike should happen as a number of clock pulses until the next spike instead of placing this spike in time as a "1" in a row of "0"s.

I cannot pick the right ICs to do the job. All I can do is google datasheets and read them. But I cannot google special values like operation frequency of the IC. So I need to ask a professional that builds circuits at around 100 MHz - 1GHz. My circuit may have a commercial application of measuring RCL. It can be built under this cover. Sorry for repeating myself.

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Offline ARMCORTEX

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Man that looks so boring with arduino.

Nonono.

ARM better!

Microchip better!


Offline tarakan

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Man that looks so boring with arduino.

Nonono.

ARM better!

Microchip better!

Digital signal processor may be an option than.
ARM is better. If I can find a cheap demo board and bootleg the right compiler. But I don't have time to learn all this for one circuit.
If I could split tasks with someone then I would do my share of the project.

I am interested in seeing the result but I am not going to study all the fields of engineering associated with its design. It is impossible as I don't have as much free time.

I think that it is time to hand this project to whoever wants to build it and leave.

Other overunity enthusiasts can either try to decypher the next Akula 0083 LED light circuit or try to find a fundamental approach to the subject matter.
There are no options besides those two.

Maybe mankind hasn't reached the level of self-awareness yet. Than all my efforts will be wasted no matter what...

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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 - mechanical overunity - Bedini motors, other devices that use moving parts and coils. Veljko Milkovic stuff
3) Transformer- based devices - Kapanadze generator, Akula device, Hubbard Generator, Molina-Martinez, Hendershot device, etc.
4) Atmospheric Ion generators and Cosmic ray generators. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Townsend_avalanche , Nikola Tesla PATENT 685,958, etc.
5) Capacitor - based free energy devices. Non-linear or piezo - capacitor is used in those OU devices.

Those are the categories. Everyone wants a quick result and fails. The right thing would be to classify devices and form theories of operation.

Collapse of the magnetic field is the #1 suspect. This is what I wanted to experiment with but I see very little support.

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Offline vasik041

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This is what I wanted to experiment with but I see very little support.

How easily you gave up :-(

Offline TinselKoala

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How easily you gave up :-(
And how unwilling to do homework. 

I can only suppose he didn't bother to watch my videos posted earlier showing an Arduino _auto-self-resonating_ Inductance Meter that illustrates the principles of programming the Arduino to initiate pulses to interrogate an LC tank, cause it to resonate, read the response, compute and display the resonant frequency and the inductance of the device under test.

He also probably isn't aware of my SNOT testbed, using Arduino to regulate and measure the kinetic energy of the "rotor" (a ball on a track) of a simple non-overunity magnet-motor type testbed that can be adapted to test _any_ magnet "gate" arrangement to see if it really does add energy to the system or works as a loss mechanism. I would wager he has never properly tested his "working" linear magnet motor arrangement to see if it really adds energy to the moving part or not... and I'll also wager that it does not add energy and thus all attempts at looping it will fail.

Or my demonstrations, and those of other people, of several auto-resonating  systems including Tesla coils of the standard and Slayer Exciter type, boost oscillators like Joule Thiefs, ambient energy harvesters and so forth.

Of course since he wants to operate at between 100 MHz and 1 GHz... he's a little out of range. As others have pointed out, reasonable operation at those frequencies requires construction techniques, test equipment and components that are out of reach of the average "garage experimenter". Even a "basic" 100 MHz bandwidth digital oscilloscope is a bit of kit that not many of us have available and even fewer could use properly.


Sorry, I'm feeling crotchety this morning. I always get annoyed by people who ask for help and advice then ignore it, and who think up overly complicated "solutions" to problems that will never be implemented because they are too busy to learn the basics. "No, a stand alone microprocessor is better than a packaged thing like Arduino, but I'm too busy to learn how to program it...." Please, give me a break.


Collapse of a magnetic field? Well, here, just so there can be some entertainment in this thread, here's a little slideshow of what one system does with a rapidly collapsing magnetic field.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTLFlRhsa5U

Offline fritz

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Are there engineers on this forum?
I suspect that the absolute majority of well-paid electronic engineers that design this kind of circuitry bow their heads to the idols of the status quo and disregard overunity physics.
But I can always call this circuit a hobby RCL meter. Theoretically this concept can produce a very high end RCL meter.
I know that if I make this circuit run at 1GHz, I will need a lot of skills that I don't have. It would be nice if I get someone interested in the Ham Radio world where people optimize their antennas and try to make the most efficient morse code generators.
There are engineers on this forum, and resonance trackers are somewhat simple things.
Puharich and Meyer have some in their patents (...)
Its quite easy to design them for narrow frequency ranges - and typicalwise you know your needs and there is no need for a universal wide-band tracker/resonance finder.
Using modern parts and drivers - it should be easy to make universal once up to few Mhz.
Because the components you can buy (even military or whatever)  are not the ideal ones - and you can design reasonable ones which operate in a specific "band" and a specific load impedance with little effort.
There are a few things to consider:
You would need a driver stage with adjustable output impedance.
If you are not able to match the load impedance - you can only get at fraction of the effect.
Under perfect conditions you loose only half the energy because of transmission, not including driver losses.
Using an array of mosfet bridges - you could vary the output impedance by certain degree.
But even if you adjust the output impedance - the transmission line from your driver stage to the device under test should be tuneable - whats quite difficult to realize.

So its possible to realize a kind of universal setup for the measurment, frequency and pulse generation - but if it comes to the driver stage - you need somewhat optimized driver to match your load - and a powersupply which can handle that.

>Joke ON
If we could manage to reduce the speed of light by a certain factor - we could increase the wavelength - that would help a bit.
>Joke OFF

Its not about skills but about reasonable effort.
An RF generator, operating from DC up to 1Ghz on a _fixed_ impedance of 50 Ohms with plenty of power is a serious expensive machine.
BTW, I think that these tracking is a tool but not the key to what you want to achieve.

A somewhat approach could be to analyze the "device under test" with a network analyzer and extract the impedance vs frequency plot.
Then you could design a driverstage which is capable to operate in that certain range...

(...)

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I have an HP 8640B signal generator for sale. It's a serious bit of kit, in fair cosmetic condition and good working. Will trade even for a Spectrum Analyzer plug-in for the HP180a scope.

You pay the shipping, of course!



 

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