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Author Topic: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine  (Read 21290 times)

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #45 on: December 08, 2019, 07:00:38 PM »

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #46 on: December 08, 2019, 09:52:14 PM »
Thnx for the resources Conrad.




The machine I built is an advancement upon the original technology
Having 4 concentric charge-zones amplifies the output current significantly
The operating voltage is low due to machine tolerances (spacing of parts, insulation, etc)
But it puts out enough current to cause involuntary convulsions when touching the plates or wires.

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #47 on: December 10, 2019, 06:14:08 PM »
Update: Ion Generator 3.0 (video below)


I have insulated the plates fairly well now.
upgraded the contact brushes


Still toying with where to place them for optimal performance


Video below is running without the ‘neutral’ connection
Wires are moved away from the cylinder to disable it.
Capacitors have also been removed to draw current directly from
the machine.
(the noise is just the camera picking up RF from the sparks, it actually
  runs very quietly)


https://youtu.be/zBu_-MEoPd8


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #47 on: December 10, 2019, 06:14:08 PM »
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #48 on: December 10, 2019, 06:17:41 PM »
I’m going to have to swap out the terminals


Over the course of 3 hours it has completely
flattened the pointy tip on my electroscopic probe.
Or maybe swap them around,.....
It’s only eating away at the left side, the right terminal
is still perfectly sharp point.

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #49 on: December 11, 2019, 05:52:22 PM »
I have ran into several stability issues.


First: Faraday Drag
This is written about concerning the homopolar motor
but due to the low currents involved, I never observed
the phenomenon with my smaller machines.
I can now attest to direct observation of “electric friction”.
With the brushes in non-contact, the electricity slows down
the rotor when I draw a large amount of current.
This causes a change in rotational speed and subsequently a
change in output current and frequency.


With the induction ‘turned off’, the motor spins up wildly out of control
switch it on and put the output dead short across a load and it stops the motor.








Second: charge densities are so great that the entire volume
of air around the machine is polarized.
Especially when I limit air-flow
Both sides are beyond the break down potential up to 10 inches
from the back side of the outer plates.
Charged capacitors and Leyden jars will self-discharge in this airspace.
There is also breakdown of the insulator(s), so that will have to be addressed.
The pick-up terminals occasionally arc to the plates, which causes a drop in
potential, and affects output sparkgap consistency.
Sometimes losing all charge and having to amp back up, which takes 2-3 seconds.




And 3rd (uncertain):
But I think at times this thing is messing with, not only my house,
but the entire power grid down the street, everything flickers during
certain experiments?
I swapped out the dc power supply, running on 9v @200mA
Then I decreased the current by adding a few 130 Ohm resistors
in parallel to cap the top speed. Think I’m up to 130/7 now, trying to find
that Goldilocks resistance.


At best, I’m getting 10-20 minute run times of what I would call
“consistent operation”, that basically means to my human perception
there is no discernible change in output current, voltage, or frequency.
Then there’s a ‘hum’, a slowing down, and a recharging.
Or just a silence, then a whole lot of electric buzz
Before returning to normal operation.

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #49 on: December 11, 2019, 05:52:22 PM »
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #50 on: December 11, 2019, 06:41:23 PM »
Someone in the other energy group was asking about
my machines “running in reverse”.
Apparently there was some confusion about how it can induce
with the polarities switched like I do.


So I wanted to take a moment and clarify what I mean when I say
“running in reverse”
what is important here is not the reversal of polarities
But in how the charge is flowing through into and out of the device.


In a standard old-world induction machine: electricity is induced by moving
opposite charges past one another and sending the excess induced charge
out to the terminals.


My machines run in reverse:
Charges are induced on the large plates by passing LikE charges past one another
with a dielectric charge zone of opposite polarity between them.
The charge being picked up by the terminal brushes comes directly from the plates
via the plate brushes, then is amplified before it is picked up.
That’s why I don’t need a neutral bar.
Current isn’t flowing “from” the device, the device draws current “from the environment”
by maintaining a potential at the terminals.
The environment is constantly trying to balance out the charges on the plates.


I can run two independent (and opposite) current streams from almost any object
to either terminal.

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #51 on: December 15, 2019, 07:36:15 PM »
I made a little 12 min discussion video to try and explain
the Ion Generator technology.


Hopefully this will help those interested to understand the machine
Before I get too far into the new model, as one would need the basics
to move onto the more advanced machine.


https://youtu.be/W_Q7erF1UEw


If anyone would like help replicating the modified Voss experimental test machine
I can walk you through any issues you may have.


I will post detailed plans of the new Ion Generator 3.0
Once I have sourced the parts for the new build.


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #52 on: December 16, 2019, 03:44:08 AM »
Update on my progress::


I added a new insulation layer to the large plates
And recovered with with a fresh layer of aluminum duct tape


Balanced the cylinder a little better and
repositioned the plates as close as I could without scraping


Switched back to the low friction brushes
And adjusted the resistance to get a steady speed


Then adjusted the spark gap until the machine stabilized.


Here’s a video of the first test run, using 4” spheres
The spheres double as capacitors,
Don’t worry this one is only 45 secs


https://youtu.be/ID2hKBlNiCQ

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #53 on: December 16, 2019, 03:51:14 AM »
Nice Work  8)

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #53 on: December 16, 2019, 03:51:14 AM »
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #54 on: December 16, 2019, 06:02:34 PM »







Number One


Take us to Impulse Power


https://youtu.be/ZFVlfwNlZAo


https://youtu.be/WOyCS2pQanc


There you have it, proof of concept.
The Ion Generator powering an Ion Propulsion Engine
9v @ 181mA DC

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #55 on: December 18, 2019, 07:00:25 PM »
Found a new type of thruster on youtube
Uses a magnet, works WAY better


In this video I’m using a spark gap throttle controller


https://youtu.be/t-2qZJfM2ps

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #55 on: December 18, 2019, 07:00:25 PM »
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #56 on: December 18, 2019, 07:51:50 PM »
Once I got the parameters into a range I felt was acceptable
I cleaned the machine up a bit. Shortened the cables and insulated them.


Installed a couple of optional features for the next series of tests


And I made a “walkthrough” video, so you can get an idea of how the machine works
And what all these pieces are for.


The internal load-balancing capacitors and the parallel sparkgap are removable
Those are there for a series of organic crystal tests


https://youtu.be/p4XpDVsAGkw


Not only is my technology scalable, but multiple machines can be connected in tandem
To achieve greater energy densities than a modern day particle accelerator
At a fraction of the cost.





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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #57 on: December 19, 2019, 06:51:38 AM »
I found the pick-up location for the neutral circuit.
It was outside of the zone I expected it to be in.
Actually just under the plates.


So I did away with that funny looking crossbar underneath
and drew the neutral cables out onto their own circuit
So I can adjust the capacitance independently.


This prototype being somewhat ‘janky’, I need precise control
over as many parameters as possible to stabilize the induction
to its’ maximum, with minimal electric-drag.


I have locked the input to a low maximum value
So the less Faraday drag I have, the higher the RPM
and the higher the available current/time.


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #58 on: December 19, 2019, 07:50:13 AM »
I’ve been performing experiments to figure out why the
magnet ion thruster is so much more powerful than the others


It turns out high voltage current doesn’t like being in a magnetic field
it tries its’ best to leave or at least travel through a path where the field
is the weakest.


For these ring magnets, that’s right through the center
so it a sense, it works like a jet nozzle for Ions.
But it also works like the gridded ion thruster, if you electricify the magnet.


What is fascinating is that we can combine both technologies
Using a magnetic ion beam focuser AND the Ion grid accelerator
we can have significant thrust with minimal input.
We can then combine this with injection of an ionizing medium for even further increased thrust.
(using oxygen for terrestrial applications works, but a heavier ion works better in space)

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #59 on: December 20, 2019, 01:51:22 AM »
I whipped up an ad-hoc version of Paul Baumann’s
“Perforated capacitors”


After testing a few different options, I found that spacing is important
You don’t want sparks to jump the gap between plates
You want them to be just outside the spark range for maximum ion flow
It appears to be a voltage converter of sorts
What’s coming out of the outer plate is a low voltage




 

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