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Title: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: tinman on November 09, 2014, 11:02:27 AM
I decided to have another look at reactive power-following on from Luc's work.
I will be using the 3 phase smart drive motor for my PMA in this setup.

First i must tell everyone that today i almost met my maker.These smart drive motors(PMA's) can really pack a wallop. While trying different cap/transformer configurations,i accidently touched the cap/transformer tank-one clip lead in each hand. For the first couple of seconds i couldnt move-everything was just flashing. Then i got thrown against the back of the work shop door. After about 10 minutes of just lying there,not being able to move much,i managed to drag my sorry ass of the floor :-[. I now have two burn marks on my finger's,and a rib cage that feels like i was hit by a car. So anyone trying this,dont be an idiot like myself,and turn the ruddy machine OFF before disconecting and reconecting wires.

OK,below is the first video of my setup. This was actually going to be a mok up of a QMoGen,but after seeing something interesting,i decided to go all the way with some real reserch.I should have the second video up tonight,and i must say ATM the results seem quite promising.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=besmc4pgKjs
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: tinman on November 09, 2014, 12:45:57 PM
First look at the completed setup. Our VA is measured via the VRMS on the scope,and CRMS on the DMM.I run through the first 3 speeds on the generator,and the rest will come with the third video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BwEdF2R2zeQ
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: TinselKoala on November 09, 2014, 04:55:03 PM
I decided to have another look at reactive power-following on from Luc's work.
I will be using the 3 phase smart drive motor for my PMA in this setup.

First i must tell everyone that today i almost met my maker.These smart drive motors(PMA's) can really pack a wallop. While trying different cap/transformer configurations,i accidently touched the cap/transformer tank-one clip lead in each hand. For the first couple of seconds i couldnt move-everything was just flashing. Then i got thrown against the back of the work shop door. After about 10 minutes of just lying there,not being able to move much,i managed to drag my sorry ass of the floor :-[ . I now have two burn marks on my finger's,and a rib cage that feels like i was hit by a car. So anyone trying this,dont be an idiot like myself,and turn the ruddy machine OFF before disconecting and reconecting wires.

OK,below is the first video of my setup. This was actually going to be a mok up of a QMoGen,but after seeing something interesting,i decided to go all the way with some real reserch.I should have the second video up tonight,and i must say ATM the results seem quite promising.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=besmc4pgKjs (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=besmc4pgKjs)

Wow. You are indeed lucky. And turning off is often not enough to assure safety, when capacitors and transformers are involved. I've had an accident like that myself, which happened while I was cleaning up the mess from an _exploded_ Maxwell pulse capacitor. A half an hour after the explosion, with a shattered capacitor, paper and oil and plastic bits all over the place, the largest remnant still packed enough charge in it to knock me out when I accidentally brushed across the one contact and the interior foil.
 
I also have a weird scar on my right thumb, where I was poking around inside a running dynamometer power supply. Took a high-current jolt from a charged cap, that went in at the knuckle, ran underneath the nail and came out at the tip of the thumb, destroying a path in the nailbed, so in effect I have two thumbnails on that thumb now, split down the middle.

Keep one hand in your pocket around HV kit, so that you don't ever pick up a lead in each hand at the same time. Under the right "wrong conditions" it only takes a dozen Joules across the chest to stop your heart. And it's a good idea to let someone know, who can check on you, when you are doing this kind of work.

I've been shocked so many times by electrostatic machines (High voltage but fortunately not high energy) that I literally cannot touch them with both hands, my body simply won't allow it, without an "override" command from the brainium.
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: synchro1 on November 09, 2014, 06:09:03 PM
@Tinman,

               Just watched your latest video. Looks like the magnet core transformer's really paying it's rent. I got bitten a few times pretty good too. Gotta watch it!


                The double speaker magnet core, working as a magnet switch, impedes the efficiency of the wire coils and induces a "Lenz Delay" effect. This effect is shifting the RMS cosine value, re-coupling the power. Innovative and looks easy to replicate. Congratulations on finding a way to solidly circumvent "Lenz Drag". The "Daftman" rectified his three phase alternator output with both Star and Wye six diode configurations, the customary approach, but no cheating "Lenz drag" observed. The three phase power is somehow shielding itself from the "Lenz Drag", and the magnet transformer is merging the three separate signals to D.C. strength without suffering loss.


                 Attaching magnets to the steel output coil cores would speed the power rotor up, or reduce consumption even more by inducing "Lenz Delay" in the output coils too. The stator magnets would need to be positioned correctly, like Doug Konzen demonstrates. Driving the three phase magnet rotor with a Gadgetmall style "Piggyback" power pulse coil would produce OU on the prime mover from the outset!   


                 Gotoluc also illuminates an LED with a magnet core coil with out increasing input in his "Bifilar Toroid" video. You both managed to really achieve something extraordinary with this combination of components. Very important discoveries!


                  The magnet core transformer could also double as a "Scaler Wave" receiver. Pulsing a series bifilar directed at the magnet core would generate a noticable current in the coils.
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: mscoffman on November 09, 2014, 08:46:10 PM
Tinman realtive to your shock scenartio, everyone should be careful when working with high
voltage or standard voltages in power equipment. This is epecially true in Europe and
Austrailia where voltages can expected to be doubled relative to the US. While this
stuff is important it, not important enough for someone to lose his life. I know I have
delt with high voltages in color TV CRT monitors (not LCD) for computers, they can
often be adjustment tuned up significantly to improve their displays. I have done
this for 25 years and never been shocked. But I live in abject fear of having to deal
with EV DC batteries where you probably will not get a second chance to get things
correct, if you were to make a mistake.  Also I want to thank @TK for bringing the
partial capacitor thing to our attention as I probably would have made that mistake too.
One should probably look over each HV scenario and program themselves to avoid
certain movements and positions. I remember that HV glider person had a friend
acting a shock monitor when he started to get electrical conductivity from a layer of
liquid water. The monitor cut off the power in time when he saw that person was
coming into problems.  If you want to increase your sensitivity to the concept of HV
safety one could probably watch several youtube.com videos on the subject. I'm
sure glad that tinman is ok, and am looking forward to what he presents.
 
:S:MarkSCoffman 
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: synchro1 on November 10, 2014, 05:45:26 PM

Here's another look at the Daftman's three phase alternator powered by pulse coils:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oeSebSLWq0&list=UUij-JAz4TWEr_qCgrZ4NVOA (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9oeSebSLWq0&list=UUij-JAz4TWEr_qCgrZ4NVOA)

Tinman's own monopole rotor return circuit at the base of the Daftman's two tier three phase alternator would lower input to practically nothing: A wave reflector "Piggyback" style output coil would help the prime mover to run most efficiently. Tinman's magnet transformer would push the three phase output overunity.
Title: Re: Reactive generator continuum.
Post by: tinman on November 11, 2014, 02:01:27 PM
Tinman realtive to your shock scenartio, everyone should be careful when working with high
voltage or standard voltages in power equipment. This is epecially true in Europe and
Austrailia where voltages can expected to be doubled relative to the US. While this
stuff is important it, not important enough for someone to lose his life. I know I have
delt with high voltages in color TV CRT monitors (not LCD) for computers, they can
often be adjustment tuned up significantly to improve their displays. I have done
this for 25 years and never been shocked. But I live in abject fear of having to deal
with EV DC batteries where you probably will not get a second chance to get things
correct, if you were to make a mistake.  Also I want to thank @TK for bringing the
partial capacitor thing to our attention as I probably would have made that mistake too.
One should probably look over each HV scenario and program themselves to avoid
certain movements and positions. I remember that HV glider person had a friend
acting a shock monitor when he started to get electrical conductivity from a layer of
liquid water. The monitor cut off the power in time when he saw that person was
coming into problems.  If you want to increase your sensitivity to the concept of HV
safety one could probably watch several youtube.com videos on the subject. I'm
sure glad that tinman is ok, and am looking forward to what he presents.
 
:S:MarkSCoffman
Thanks Mark.
So after looking at the setup on the scope,i see i got hit with 387 volts P/P,which is why it hit me a little harder than mains voltage-which i have encountered many times in the past ::)Frequency was around 180khZ,so that wouldnt have done me any favours either.
Anyway,some of us learn the hard way to pay more attention to what your doing ;),and not become complacent with devices you are working on.