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Author Topic: Confirmation of OU devices and claims  (Read 31855 times)

Offline vasik041

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #90 on: November 14, 2017, 07:44:13 PM »
Many people here are quite limited in free time. ;) I don't see why you shouldn't be able to post
a brief description about what specifically you think is unusual with your setup. :) Just a few lines
to say what you think is happening that you think is unusual or notable.

Very well. Pulsing coil on ferrite core with very short and high current pulses produce NR.
Nothing really unusual. Many people claimed it but nobody demonstrated it.
With minimal efforts you can see a real FE effect... and experiment arranged so that you don't need do precise measurements, you just see it on scope traces.

Thank you for your time :)




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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #91 on: November 14, 2017, 07:54:24 PM »
Very well. Pulsing coil on ferrite core with very short and high current pulses produce NR.
Nothing really unusual. Many people claimed it but nobody demonstrated it.
With minimal efforts you can see a real FE effect... and experiment arranged so that you don't need do precise measurements, you just see it on scope traces.

Thank you for your time :)

I for one am interested in what you have to say here.  If you would, please attach your pdf so those of us that do have the time may gain from your experience!

Regards,
Pm

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #92 on: November 14, 2017, 07:59:30 PM »
Very well. Pulsing coil on ferrite core with very short and high current pulses produce NR.
Nothing really unusual. Many people claimed it but nobody demonstrated it.
With minimal efforts you can see a real FE effect... and experiment arranged so that you don't need do precise measurements, you just see it on scope traces.
Thank you for your time :)

Hi vasik041. Thanks for the summary. :)

I did browse quickly through your PDF, but the main potential problem I see is there
really is too much room for measurement error and outside influences such as electrical/EM background noise
skewing results at really low power levels like that. I have seen what appears to be very interesting effects at
low power levels as well in different setups, but I have found that what can appear to be OU at very low power levels
may well not hold up when scaled up to higher power levels. Other people here might be interested to look into
your setup further however.

Edit: Oh, I see 'NR' means negative resistance...

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #92 on: November 14, 2017, 07:59:30 PM »
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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #93 on: November 14, 2017, 08:05:04 PM »
I for one am interested in what you have to say here.  If you would, please attach your pdf so those of us that do have the time may gain from your experience!
Regards,
Pm

Hi partzman. He already did attach his PDF to his reply in Post #101...

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #94 on: November 14, 2017, 08:09:21 PM »
I for one am interested in what you have to say here.  If you would, please attach your pdf so those of us that do have the time may gain from your experience!

Attached PDF describes shortly how I came to it.
PDF with experiment is here http://overunity.com/17491/confirmation-of-ou-devices-and-claims/msg513078/#msg513078
There is also thread on OUR http://www.overunityresearch.com/index.php?topic=3453.0

Hope it helps somebody.


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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #94 on: November 14, 2017, 08:09:21 PM »
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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #95 on: November 14, 2017, 08:20:49 PM »
Hi vasik041. Aside from the problem of measurement error etc., being potentially much more significant
at very low power levels, another possibility for the difference in capacitor charge voltage with the
extra coil and magnet added is you are changing the overall output impedance when adding the
extra coil, and this can certainly lead to a difference in efficiency. This is another reason why you are probably
going to want to scale it up to a much higher power level if you want any real chance of seeing if something
unusual is really going on there. At the microwatts level and even at the low milliwatts level I think it is hard to
reasonably draw any conclusions unless you can make it self running somehow... I am not trying to be negative here. :)
Just speaking from long experience...

All the best...


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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #96 on: November 14, 2017, 08:24:53 PM »
Attached PDF describes shortly how I came to it.
PDF with experiment is here http://overunity.com/17491/confirmation-of-ou-devices-and-claims/msg513078/#msg513078
There is also thread on OUR http://www.overunityresearch.com/index.php?topic=3453.0

Hope it helps somebody.

@Void- Thanks for the heads up as I wasn't paying attention!

@Vasik- Unbelievable!  I remembered someone who had published test results of BH curves that were unusual, but my past searching on the web had been unsuccessfully, that is, until now!  So, low and behold, here you are!!!  I greatly appreciate your work and would like to express my sincere thanks for sharing.

Regards,

Pm

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #97 on: November 14, 2017, 09:03:02 PM »
At the microwatts level and even at the low milliwatts level I think it is hard to
reasonably draw any conclusions unless you can make it self running somehow... I am not trying to be negative here. :)
Just speaking from long experience...

Hi Void,
I tend to agree with you. From long experience you probably also know that self runner is much more complex and expensive thing.
It is very unlikely that anybody who achieved it want talk to people and even more unlikely that anybody take him seriously.
Thats reality of our busy world  :)

Regards,
/V.



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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #98 on: November 14, 2017, 09:13:18 PM »
@Vasik- Unbelievable!  I remembered someone who had published test results of BH curves that were unusual, but my past searching on the web had been unsuccessfully, that is, until now!  So, low and behold, here you are!!!  I greatly appreciate your work and would like to express my sincere thanks for sharing.

Hi Partzman,
Thank you, I am glad you found interesting docs :)
They are in the web for several years now and nobody showed any real interest so far.
May be google filtering them out, who knows ?
Anyway, let me know if you have questions etc

Regards,
/V


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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #99 on: November 14, 2017, 10:04:33 PM »
Hi Void,
I tend to agree with you. From long experience you probably also know that self runner is much more complex and expensive thing.
It is very unlikely that anybody who achieved it want talk to people and even more unlikely that anybody take him seriously.
Thats reality of our busy world  :)
Regards,
/V.

Hi vasik041. I would say that is the reality of our crazy world. ;D

What you have experimented with may really be showing some unusual effect, but
unless you or someone else is willing to try to scale it up to higher power levels, it may
continue to be overlooked. The problem is there are so many different setups where people
have claimed OU or possible OU, and it just doesn't hold up under closer scrutiny, so it is
natural for people to become a lot more cautious after a while in regards to what they are going
to spend time looking into. It sounds like at least one other person here is interested in your setup,
so maybe someone will try to scale it up in power and see what the results are at higher power levels.

All the best...


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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #100 on: November 15, 2017, 12:13:06 AM »
Ramset, Tinman:



You always have to draw the line somewhere in this world regarding *all* matters. If someone
is disrupting things, then something needs to be done or it will likely only continue or get worse. ;)
If someone obviously doesn't have a clue about how to communicate in a civil manner, then whether it is
in a work place or a library or a court of law or in a family household or in some sort of discussion forum, you
just have to draw the line somewhere and do something concrete about it when the line is crossed. Otherwise
chaos is the only likely result. ;D

I realize that disruptive behavior and constantly throwing out insults etc., is the mentality level of many people in
this world, but that doesn't mean you have to put up with that sort of ignorant behaviour here. ;D
It doesn't matter at all if that person potentially has something useful to add. If they are constantly disrupting
things and throwing out insults, then obviously something needs to be done. There typically is just no reasoning
with people who are that ignorant/troubled, so in such a case something needs to be done.  Otherwise, there is a a good
chance that many who are interested in some serious exchange of knowledge and ideas here will quickly move on...

I am personally not interested in building motor/generator setups myself, as it is not my thing, but I am quite
interested in what the key working principles are supposed to be behind them which are supposed to lead to the 'OU results',
and whether they can be shown to actually 'work' in practice. If it works in a motor/generator setup, then I think
there is at least a possibility that the same principles might be put to use in a complete solid state setup as well.
This is why I have personally been following along with this discussion about Bedini's motor/generator setups so far.
Let's please stick to discussing the topic at hand, and if one or more people are disrupting things and won't take
the hint to cut it out, then simply do something about it... ;D

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Is this going to be just another thread overrun by trolling and insults like many other threads, or what? ;)

Well i did ask Erfinder to stop posting in this thread nicely,unless the posts were going to be of a helpful nature.
But as you can see,he seems to have disregarded that request,and i cant be here 24 hours a day to remove his rubbish.

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #101 on: November 15, 2017, 12:33:52 AM »
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Hi Brad. I can't say for sure, but I would guess that it will not help much in any way.
The batteries will continue to run down with no charge being applied to them.

Unless of course,the voltage across the caps and motor was at a higher potential than the two supply batteries voltages combined.

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From what I can see, the whole point of this type of arrangement is to send a charge to a
battery within a one second or so window while the battery is fully disconnected from driving the motor.

Yes,and that will be done.
The question i asked was just that-a question regarding something we could try along the way.

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The reason for this is if you try to send charging pulses to the battery while the battery is still driving the
motor, that momentary charge pulse or pulses (which equates to a small momentary battery voltage increase on the battery)
will just cause the motor to drive a little bit harder while the charge pulse(s) are being applied, and there will be
little to no gain in charge in the battery.  To try to get around this problem, Bedini's approach was to disconnect
the battery from the motor for about one second, use the momentum of the big flywheel to keep the generator
up to speed, and send one or more charging pulses to the battery during this one second window where the
battery is not connected to any load.

Yes,and we will be doing that.  ;)

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I don't know Bedini's stuff really in depth, but the impression I get is that Bedini's OU claims for these type of setups
seems to involve having a special configuration of generator (energizer) and taking advantage of a special type
of pulsing to charge batteries in an unusual way. It seems supposedly some sort of special battery charging
action is supposed to occur which allows the batteries to charge much more efficiently than would normally occur with
more 'normal' battery charging approaches. Possibly just sending huge momentary current pulses to the battery using a large
capacitance capacitor pulse discharge is the 'secret' to getting the battery to charge faster than normal, but
something also has to first get that large capacitance cap bank charged up very fast as well during the one second window
where the cap bank is charging, so the 'energizer' would seem to need to be doing something unusual as well.

As of yet,no one has been able to show this !unusual! from the energizer.

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Also, Bedini has mentioned that the battery can get damaged from charging with those large current pulses,
so it makes me wonder if these large setups can really work for any sort of an extended run even if you
can get the battery to stay charged for short runs. The question is, does sending really large current pulses to a
battery really give it a true charge, or is it just some sort of misleading 'surface charge' that occurs
which makes it look like the battery is staying charged up for shorter runs, but which will not really keep the
battery charged for long duration runs over 24 hours?

I would say the later,where they are being fooled by a surface charge on the battery--like all pulse motor fans are-->fooled by what they see across the battery.

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I will be interested to see what your current setup can do as it is, to get a baseline of how it is performing.
If it is not performing well, maybe building a bit smaller scale setup using the most efficient DC motor you can
find and following Bedini's approach to building the energizer as closely as can be determined with whatever details
are available could maybe be tried by someone to see if it has much better performance than your current setup.


There is the problem--finding info to Bedini's energizer.
What ever we find,be it from Bedini's own hand drawn schematic,to some here,it's not how it is built or works.

The fact is,if there is a cap across the energizer's output,then that cap will absorb any pulses sent from the energizer,and so,no pulses will reach the battery--it will be a smooth current flow for the 1 second period the energizer is returning energy back to the batteries.

So,the way it is done,using a Bedini style energizer,is the power is only pulled from the coil's as the magnet is leaving the core.
So it is a half wave rectification of each coil.

The energizer it self,built the way stated in the !book!,would be of very poor efficiency.
We have hand wound coil's,soft iron bolts for core's,which would mean a large loss due to Eddy currents in the core's them self.

I have read the !books!,and must say that the energizer,built as Bedini stated,will not have a hope in hell of delivering the energy required,back to the battery.

I will be building the energizer/magneto that Bedini specifies,but i do not hold much hope for it to perform the way we need it to.

Even if we stick to exact's,there will be those here that will tell you you have done it wrong-->and they will be the same people that cannot tell you how to build it right.


Brad

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #102 on: November 15, 2017, 12:38:09 AM »
Here is where I am in concert with Erfinder here....

In Brads first post he states the purpose of this thread....

"This thread will be a place where we replicate/build to the exact specs,any claimed OU device. We will need actual builders here,and not just keyboard jockeys."

I have in the past seen what people call "replications" that end up not being anything close to "exact specs", and then they say they have come to conclusions that the original must be bogus because their NEW VERSION of what they think is a better plan did not work.  It is so laughable. But Im not laughing. Im disgusted. This has been happening for years now. Its a joke.

Then Cifta thinks the latest circuit is some sort of genius, and it hasnt even been tested yet.  That circuit IS NOT the Bedini circuit to the EXACT SPECS as the thread was stated to follow.  So lets just toss the 'no keyboard jockeys' rule also then why dont we. ;) I mean, if we dont have to follow the EXACT SPEC rule, why should any other rules apply? ??? Ridiculous.

Of anything Erfinder has said here, it is all meant to say pretty much what I have just said. So Im in total agreement with his arguments on this, as 'should' many others here.

Brad said the thread was inspired by a pm to put up this thread. And just a few posts later Brad says how about the Bedini, then settles on it. From what I understand over the years, the Bedini devices/machines were not about a circuit layout to produce claimed results. LOOK AT THE ENERGIZER!!!  Everything else is off the shelf!!!  The energizer is the only thing that you cannot buy ready made!!!!  How is it that all of you can overlook that and just pick and choose what you think you can replace that with and call it an exact replication???????   ::) ::) ::) ::) ::) ::)

Well, if you all know better, then carry on.  The end result will be "Bedini was a fake", and making that claim with a machine that had nothing to do with Bedini. That is my prediction. A prediction based on experience here in this and other forums. I cannot respect that in the least.

Mags

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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #103 on: November 15, 2017, 01:14:41 AM »
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There is the problem--finding info to Bedini's energizer.
What ever we find,be it from Bedini's own hand drawn schematic,to some here,it's not how it is built or works.

The fact is,if there is a cap across the energizer's output,then that cap will absorb any pulses sent from the energizer,and so,no pulses will reach the battery--it will be a smooth current flow for the 1 second period the energizer is returning energy back to the batteries.

So,the way it is done,using a Bedini style energizer,is the power is only pulled from the coil's as the magnet is leaving the core.
So it is a half wave rectification of each coil.

The energizer it self,built the way stated in the !book!,would be of very poor efficiency.
We have hand wound coil's,soft iron bolts for core's,which would mean a large loss due to Eddy currents in the core's them self.

I have read the !books!,and must say that the energizer,built as Bedini stated,will not have a hope in hell of delivering the energy required,back to the battery.

I will be building the energizer/magneto that Bedini specifies,but i do not hold much hope for it to perform the way we need it to.

Even if we stick to exact's,there will be those here that will tell you you have done it wrong-->and they will be the same people that cannot tell you how to build it right.


Brad

The question on the energizer should be, what advantages would we want from the energizer end of the machine? Other than it is able to charge a battery or cap adequately, what attribute would be favorable in this system? What attributes of your washing machine motor as a gen would you like to be rid of to make it way better at being a gen? ???  That is what you need to look for when building and testing your energizer. You may or may not get terrific results the first build. It does not mean you should come to a final conclusion yet.

Many may disagree, but I believe Romero had it down. He concentrated on 1 specific aspect of the gen side of his system. He put a lot of time and effort in getting the best result to satisfy the goal..


Mags



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Re: Confirmation of OU devices and claims
« Reply #104 on: November 15, 2017, 03:07:22 AM »
Well, suppose someone had access to actual machines actually built by or under the direct supervision of John Bedini himself? Even with his signature or trademark right there laser-etched into the plastic? If _these_ machines were tested properly and found wanting -- that is, if they did not run themselves in self-looping, or by daisy-chaining with identical machines, or produce any actual overunity performance -- what then Mags and EF? What would be the conclusion?

Would you say that the Bedini phenomenon was just a mass delusion perpetrated by a huckster, or would you say that the experimenters themselves were idiots or dishonest or worse and needed Bedini himself (or his ghost) to operate the machines properly? Or is some other conclusion possible?

What then?



 

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