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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #60 on: December 21, 2019, 05:13:30 PM »
Constructed the new ion thruster
This one, I combined the magnetic thruster from India
(which I upgraded)
And the gridded Ion thruster from NASA
together, the double-accelerator rocket produces
incredible thrust for the input power (>18 mW)


Here is a video showing the thruster, and the first test clip.


Northstar MK1 Ion Impulse Rocket


https://youtu.be/In4W9LNMScQ


https://youtu.be/SR9PnawxLRM




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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #61 on: December 21, 2019, 07:25:11 PM »
Dual Northstar rockets
With a new experimental Ion Emitter






https://youtu.be/D0sifJKeb_Q

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #62 on: December 22, 2019, 05:33:42 AM »
It appears our friend Paul Baumann was right after all :)


But before I get to testatikification of my machine......
I want to run his voltage converter in reverse (pinky to lip)


It works both ways which is more exciting that lighting a
mountaintop city in Switzerland....


I have a suspicion that my machine not only has applications
in space travel, but in high-energy physics as well.


So my next quest is to re-engineer Paul’s voltage converter.
To maximize its amplification power.
Then i’ll Give you guys some test results when I’m done.


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #62 on: December 22, 2019, 05:33:42 AM »
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #63 on: December 22, 2019, 09:52:12 AM »
I have this thing powering the lights in my lab right now

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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #64 on: December 22, 2019, 05:03:26 PM »
I want to talk about the magnetic bucking coil capacitors
Found on the giant horseshoe magnets in front of the Testatika.


This can be done using a ring magnet, with coils on each side
And is more efficient.


Paul uses a fancy word like “electron cascade generator”
Mumbo jumbo, hoopla....


What that is is an inductive plate capacitor
Wherein the two outer plates are the only ones connected.
The internal plates are charged inductively.
With a ring magnet set-up coiled plate capacitors can be used
It doesn’t have to sit in the magnetic field. But it is handy
For space and to keep the lead wires short
Each coil is connected to one side of the capacitor
And because of this, they have different potentials and currents
The bucking field acts like an HV transformer boosting it before
It goes through the voltage converter for down-conversion.


The primary of the bucking coil capacitor comes off the machines
primary capacitor (Leyden jar) the other side goes to the low side
of the plate capacitor.
The secondary comes off the high side of the cap, and leads to the
voltage converter.


This also has another very important effect::::


And please pay attention!


Electricity generated through atomic and molecular induction
Be it by a direct induction machine, an influence machine, or a friction machine
Is comparable  to “incoherent light”.
It is non-polarized electricity.
It will travel in unintended paths base on its spin orientation and the properties
of its’ surroundings.




The electricity we use is polarized electricity, comparable to “coherent light”
It stays on the current path we provide it.




The magnetic bucking coil capacitor polarizes the electricity.
If you Omit this device, you can still drop the voltage through the converter
and it will still perform like low voltage dc.
However, it will still spark and jump out of the circuit like static electricity
And will induce crazy static charges on anything close to the circuit.


You have to “tame” it.


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #65 on: December 22, 2019, 09:31:32 PM »
For those of you building Leyden Jars::


9-15% acetic acid vinegar makes a much better electrolyte
than saltwater or baking soda water , or even borax


Only use Carbon electrodes inside the capacitor or you WILL create
Toxic metal salts, which must be disposed of properly.
Don’t get it on you!


Aluminum acetates are approved for human and use “should be safe”
 but the ionic salts in these capacitors can reach
%’s that still may be hazardous.
Also, depleting your electrolyte lowering capacitance and increasing
resistance over the lifetime of the Leyden jar.


Carbon is mostly inert and safe for this use.


Enjoy!


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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #66 on: December 22, 2019, 09:49:50 PM »
These two water bottle capacitors are only filled with 2 oz vinegar each


With a spark gap the machine is running at a steady 49 Hz


The lamp still flashes very visibly (like a mad scientist lab)
(Most of the light in the picture is from the Sun, not the lamp!)


Closing the sparkgap controller further does not increase the frequency
So I have to assume this is the frequency the machine is outputting.
At this RPM.


Impedance matching the lamp raises the freq of the lamp into the low 50’s Hz
Spark gap freq cuts in half and the lamp makes this weird clicking,
Smoother light but dimmer


Drawing a load from the terminals seems to make the light brighter at times
But is other wise unaffected by the pretense of a load.


Lap is connected in series between the outer foil of the two capacitors
and is operating on the voltage potential between the two outer foils
This in and of itself means I suck at building stuff and that my machine
is charging at two different potentials.


I already kind of knew this because the + is weaker than the -
More precise construction can eliminate this
But it’s kind of kewl that I can light a lamp from it...


Probably can do the same with a whimhurst or whatever
By unbalancing one of the capacitors



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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #67 on: December 24, 2019, 04:32:39 PM »
I am able to light 2 lamps now


One is across the spark gap terminals
The other is between the outer capacitor plates.
At first I thought it was some sort of ‘net’ difference between the charges
But I think the lamp is lighting from the drop in voltage upon discharge
Not entirely certain at this point.


But! I am lighting 2 lamps from the machine now, fairly brightly




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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #68 on: December 25, 2019, 10:25:51 PM »
Added the Dollard variable capacitance circuit
and the lamps are lighting brightly now.
Almost able to hone in on the 60 Hz




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Re: Sm0ky2's modified Voss Machine
« Reply #68 on: December 25, 2019, 10:25:51 PM »
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