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Author Topic: Split Flux Transformer  (Read 8158 times)

Offline SkyWatcher123

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Split Flux Transformer
« on: May 11, 2017, 07:28:03 PM »
Hi all, thought I would give this a try, the inventor is William Alek.
Here is a pic of my setup so far and inventors patent, just need to wind the other secondary coil yet.
I plan to use a joule thief oscillator, since i wound a bifilar 24awg. as the primary and single wire 24awg. as secondaries to power led bulbs as load.
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Split Flux Transformer
« on: May 11, 2017, 07:28:03 PM »

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2017, 08:47:53 PM »
Nice. You can also find a higher yoke core and cut the upper part , which is perfect ring. Not an easy task but doable.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2017, 05:21:02 AM »
Hi forest, thanks for the kind words.
I finished winding the coils and then after some further research, realized i didn't wind one of the secondary coils in the opposite direction.
So this device is bucking coils in combination with diverting flux path.
Time to remove one of the secondaries and rewind it.
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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2017, 05:21:02 AM »
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Offline seychelles

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2017, 03:35:08 PM »
I HAVE TRIED A QUICK TEST BUT NOT IMPRESS. BUT MAYBE I MISSING SOMETHING. i use a zvs as
the power source.

Offline MenofFather

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2017, 05:21:09 PM »
I HAVE TRIED A QUICK TEST BUT NOT IMPRESS. BUT MAYBE I MISSING SOMETHING. i use a zvs as
the power source.
Maybe Allek chosing frenquency that is resonant frenquency of secondarys?
In this video he demonstrating his transformer, then secondarys have 120 turns each secondarys. And to primary he is giving sine 3200 herc and it only on about this frenquency is overunity (6) on other frenquency almost no overunity (1).
Maybe if your secondarys have not many turns you can add same capasitor to each secondary if each seconady have about same inductance.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
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Re: Split Flux Transformer
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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2017, 06:08:58 PM »
Followed Alek's stuff for years and thought he had some good ideas and it even appeared he was selling products but the release date for those always got bumped into the future every few months.   Now those products don't even show up on his web site.   All he seems to be peddling is woowoo now.   Lost faith in anything he does since if he really had anything OU or worth a salt he'd be selling it.   

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
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Offline SkyWatcher123

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2017, 06:45:33 PM »
I would also say that frequency has much do with the effect William is showing and the chosen load is important also.
Each transformer would be designed for a specific application.
I cannot alter the frequency much with this blocking oscillator and my flux coupling is not so good with this odd shaped ferrite TV yoke core.
I am going to try a ferrite tube core, so it will not have the flux diverting path, but it will have the bucking coils.
It will have far better flux coupling, then i will alter frequency by raising and lowering voltage input and base resistor.
I feel i will get close to the resonant frequency this way.
Watching the video, the primary coil is sending power back to the source, because the resonant secondary is inducing that condition in the primary, when normally, the secondary would cause the primary to draw current from the source.
peace love light

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2017, 07:50:27 PM »
It is easy to do this configuration using 8 square "C" type cores.
Mine hasn't been tested much yet :)



in
0,3 Ohm
0,355 mH
0,063 mH output shorted


out 2 in series bucking
0,2 Ohm
0,176 mH

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
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Offline MenofFather

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #9 on: May 12, 2017, 08:46:10 PM »
In Alek video demonstration paramtes are that.
 Primary 3.07 miliH 1.4 omh. 20 turns.
Secondary 120 turns. 1. 122 miliH 15 omh. 2. 120 miliH 17 omh.
 Secondaries conected in not inductive way acording patent and video. Because primary have 20 turns, secondary 120 turns, but input is 10 V and output is 10 V, not 60 or 120 volts (because two secondaries) like in conventioal tranformer.


In power 10.02 V RMS, 0.24 A RMS. cos 72 degree. Ps= 0.743 W
Output power 10.56 V RMS, 0.427 A RMS, PL=4.53 W. Frenquency 3200 herc. Load resistor 25 omh.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #10 on: May 13, 2017, 06:52:58 AM »
Hi all, thanks for the replies, menofFather, i think it was 2.7 watts input in the video or 160 percent efficiency.
I had a ferrite tube core that already had 2 separate layers of bifilar 24awg. magnet wire, wound onto the core.
So i made the first layer, directly on core, the joule thief oscillator.
I then wired the next separate layer on top of that, as the bifilar secondary coil, wired as a normal, non bucking, series wiring connection.
I also placed a full wave bridge on the output of that secondary coil.
Using 11.9 volt input to the oscillator, from computer power supply, am noticing some odd behavior from the secondary coil.
The frequency is definitely high, cannot hear it.
When using 5 Kohm base resistor, am observing amperage drop of oscillator input under load, off the full wave bridge DC output of secondary.
This also happens when direct shorting of the full wave bridge DC output.
I then changed the base resistor value to 3,333 ohms and not sure if this lowered or increased the frequency, as i cannot hear it either way.
Though now the loaded secondary or direct shorted, again at full wave bridge DC output does not alter in any way, the no load input amperage of the oscillator.
Something similar to William Alek circuit is happening here, i think.
As we alter the frequency of the primary oscillator by changing the base resistor value, we can see different effects and how that affects our input.
I would guess, this is causing the same type of phase shifting effects, that alek was showing between the secondary output and primary input wave forms in his video.
Your comments welcome.
peace love light

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #11 on: May 13, 2017, 08:35:40 AM »
kehyo77 where can i buy the ferrite that you have used please.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #12 on: May 13, 2017, 09:18:23 AM »
Hi all, thanks for the replies, menofFather, i think it was 2.7 watts input in the video or 160 percent efficiency.

You forgot power factor! Power factor is how much power is going back to source. For example if power factor 1, then no power going back to source. If power factor is 0, then all power going to source. If degree betwen curent and voltage is 90 degree, thats mean, that all power is reactive and first it goiing to divece, then going back to source.
In video he showing 72 degree. That is  0.31 power factor. So 2.7 W x 0.31 is 0.837 real watts, real power, other power going back to source. So  eff is 4.53\0.8=5.66 or 566 precents.


And he cheking in video and conventional transformer, it power consumption and output and degree angle and parameters are falowing:
Frenquency 1211 Hz. sine.
Input:
 10.11 V RMS. 0.041 A RMS. Degree 18.
10.11x 0.041=0.41 W. 18 degree is 0.95 power factor. 0.41x0.95=0.3895 W
Output:
2.865 V RMS. 0.117 A RMS. Resistive load 25 omh, so power factor be 1. So output power is 0.335 W
And output efficiency is 0.335\0.3895=0.86 or 86 precents.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #13 on: May 13, 2017, 12:13:26 PM »
kehyo77 where can i buy the ferrite that you have used please.

if you search on ebay with key words  ferrite U core then you can get choices, like this
http://stores.ebay.com.au/Mechanical-Stuff-Shop?_dmd=1&_nkw=ferrite+U+core 

or not on ebay:   http://preview.tinyurl.com/n4lukef 

or here http://www.neosid.com.au/shop/category/u-cores 

or here http://www.x-on.com.au/category/ferrite-cores-accessories  and apply filter U core in the Product Type window when you roll down in it.

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Re: Split Flux Transformer
« Reply #14 on: May 13, 2017, 01:30:40 PM »
Are we going round in circles again?

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