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Offline WhatIsIt

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #330 on: September 22, 2020, 12:29:02 PM »
Fact 1
Chrys Sykes and CaptainLoz are same person.
Chris is using alt's to fuel faith of his members and gain new ones.

Fact2
Bucking coils can be reproduced only on Chris web site.
To achieve that person must become member of Chris web site.

Fact3
Chris members gladly pays donations to feel respected on Chris web site,
because they were laughed or rejected on other forums.

Fact4
Chris is psychopath who dont care for anyone.
Chris enjoys to be "great lider" and collecting money from his members,
to keep running that role.
If some of his members change opinion, been called troll and banned.
Real questions are not allowed there.


Dont forget about donate button and become part of SOMETHING better,
whatever that "something" is.

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #330 on: September 22, 2020, 12:29:02 PM »

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #331 on: September 22, 2020, 01:08:14 PM »
I take an electric drive air/water  heat pump and get an average C.O.P. about 4 !
But based by german EE/PE mix unit (primary energy per electricity unit : older 2,6 to now 1,8) this means :
 4/2,8 = C.O.P. 1,42 and 4/1,8 = C.O.P 2,2

          machine absorption work heat output ,BTU, versus primary energy input coefficient !

Now I converse these BTU by low-temperature heat converter with 50% efficiency for this energy level and coupled to this converter a generator with 90% average to electric energy efficiency I get :

4 x 0,5 x 0,9 = BTU to electric energy conversion 1,8     divided        " newer" 1,8 primary energy drive consume =
So
                                 
                         Grid  electric to electric total conversion efficiency 100% or C.O.P.: 1

But : when I go off-grid and give from the generator electric output the heat pump electric motor consume then I have an off-grid closed circuit efficiency : C.O.P. ( 4 x 0,5 x 0,9 ) - 1 = ≥ 1



Physical electric motor improvement : + 100%  torque/rpm per Watt

Physical electric generator improvement : + 100 % ( Watt per RPM/force)

Technical closed cycle improvement : 400% possible or 4 times better results




To motor input or/and generator output electric dynamic generator :

" or "= up to 4 x 10 times better results  and by condition " and" : up to 4 x 10 x 10 better results

   Electric to electric C.O.P. up to ≥ 400 cascade ,step I,array possibility



The C.O.P. = 4 is right,but also the C.O.P.= 1 is right ! It depends from the definition !

No fake,no lie : point of view !


Sincerely

p.s. : question in bucking coils arrangements : Q-factor,energy storage potential !?   

         this compact pulsed in 10% duty factor/cycle !
« Last Edit: September 22, 2020, 03:36:50 PM by lancaIV »

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #332 on: September 22, 2020, 01:09:19 PM »

What Chris is doing is called:

On Chris web site - friendship and sharing openly.

In real world - SCAM.

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #332 on: September 22, 2020, 01:09:19 PM »
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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #333 on: September 22, 2020, 03:24:46 PM »
Dear Friends :
what was first:  motivation or emotion?
 
Primarily Emotions is what  makes some individuals to act in hope to progress.

reason1:
The need to be important and known and possibly make  some money on it.
example:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yhuBlxLktKE&t=335s
in this video
the value is  very amateurish,the mistakes are  noticeable the knowledge is  very basic
But he was really trying to do his best.. and that is very good ,  I'm for it. Thank You.
However  to build  something you need good Concrete Foundation:
 and naming his video channel :
Aboveunity and hyiq Research Channel was a big mistake.
there is no above-unity and hyiq earned bad reputation.
 
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reason2: Money paid by dictator based regimes such in Russia.
              Russian government: dictator being 21 years as president fears that FE  collapses his empire and sends him to -
                The Hague, Netherlands : Permanent Court of Arbitration, a permanent 
                superseded by the International Court of Justice International Court of Justice (since 1945)
                for crimes against humanity,

 


________________
If we assume that all of you are somehow having  basic interest in electronics/ electricity
and I give you incentive
than
add.reason.1 -  yes some  individuals  that are absolutely,  dull may become brilliant in given field .
factors: time  and money.

If I give you deal:
add.reason.2
- memorize 3 pages of text for 200 dollars + additional 100 dollars if  you pass simple test from that 3 pages 
  and than you are allowed  to
  memorize another  3 pages of text for another 200 dollars + additional 100 dollars if  you pass simple test
Result : after the week you will do 3 pages per hour instead of 3 pages per day..
base for  my conclusion from above is : consequence. a number, quantity, or value obtained by solving a mathematical problem
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or If  Some Russian troll factory  pays you for  placing nonsense here
than they pay less but money  is easier.

but than I may do everything to throw you out from here.
_______________________
That is the difference between e.g a Russian troll and curious motivated  thinker here.

Wesley

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_English-speaking_population
« Last Edit: September 22, 2020, 08:24:56 PM by stivep »

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #334 on: September 23, 2020, 04:06:08 AM »


Hi Guys,


Some of the comments here are pretty vicious. Just so you know I have been a member here for many years. The reason I joined Chris's forum was because he actually helps you figure stuff out. I am no expert but am learning more and more every day, thanks to Chris and other members. I have been very transparent with all my videos. I have made a lot of mistakes that people point out because I leave the comments on on all my videos. I'm commenting here because Itsu asked me to comment about the bulbs I'm using in my latest experiment.  They're just 14Volt .2A radio shack screw in bulbs. I got them at a clearance sale when they were liquidating. Also a MR16 7.5 watt LED Bulb.  I don't know if the bulbs are consuming all the power shown across the resistor, I just know if you take the measurements as you normally would it's showing a gain.  I am not trying to mislead anyone. I'm just sharing my real time results.  Take it or leave it.


And just to be very clear I am not Chris! That's ridiculous.


If you are interested in my latest experiment follow the thread at aboveunity.com. Or just watch my latest videos, I'm not hiding anything.  Sorry guys, I'm not going to be doing two threads I just don't have the time.


Cheers,
Loz





EMJ,

If you believe the bulbs CaptainLoz used in his video and
referred to as "flashlight" bulbs can handle 15 watts each,
then he can easily put the naysayers to rest by putting the two
lamps in series across his  DC supply and show the world
how they can dissipate a total of 30 watts.

As for Brad's gizmo, your rewrite of history is way off base and
the truth is available in threads on this site for all to see.  Poynt99, TK, MarkE,
myself and others actually helped him solidify his measurements
and were becoming convinced he was on to something until
Brad himself unexpectedly pulled the MIB/Mylow card.  This
forum has not been the same since.

So now, who knows...

But that was good for a change of subject anyway...

PW

ADDED:

The bulbs in the video appear to have the E10 screw base. The
bulb you posted an image of has a larger E14 base.

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #334 on: September 23, 2020, 04:06:08 AM »
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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #335 on: September 23, 2020, 04:46:45 AM »
CaptainLoz,

Thanks for replying here.  I enjoy your videos, there has been no drama on my part.  Chris or Chet posted your #7 video which I watched.  I commented that when the POC was driving the two small incandescent lamps the scope was indicating something like 20 watts, which I believed was much more than the two lamps could likely dissipate.  I asked Chris if he knew what lamps you used and if unknown, perhaps he could suggest to you that you try driving the lamps directly from your supply to see what the lamps draw from the supply.

The 14volt at .2 amp is more than I guessed, but even at those numbers, that's 2.8 watts each or 5.6 watts for the two, when driven to full brightness.  At the point in the video where these lamps were the driven load connected to the POC, the scope was indicating 20 watts (if I recall correctly), and the DC supply was putting out something like 17 watts.

So, what we see is 17 watts from the supply being used to light a pair of 2.8 watt lamps (5.6 watts for the pair, if driven to full brightness).  It would be more efficient to drive the lamps directly from the DC supply, requiring only 5.6 watts instead of the 17 watts.

The scope was reading 20 watts or so.  It is very unlikely that many watts were being dissipated by the lamps.  That would be very much above their 5.6 watt rating (for the pair) which would make the lamps either very very bright or damage them.  Because of this I questioned whether or not the scope math was programmed correctly. 

Thanks again,
PW 

 




Hi Guys,


Some of the comments here are pretty vicious. Just so you know I have been a member here for many years. The reason I joined Chris's forum was because he actually helps you figure stuff out. I am no expert but am learning more and more every day, thanks to Chris and other members. I have been very transparent with all my videos. I have made a lot of mistakes that people point out because I leave the comments on on all my videos. I'm commenting here because Itsu asked me to comment about the bulbs I'm using in my latest experiment.  They're just 14Volt .2A radio shack screw in bulbs. I got them at a clearance sale when they were liquidating. Also a MR16 7.5 watt LED Bulb.  I don't know if the bulbs are consuming all the power shown across the resistor, I just know if you take the measurements as you normally would it's showing a gain.  I am not trying to mislead anyone. I'm just sharing my real time results.  Take it or leave it.


And just to be very clear I am not Chris! That's ridiculous.


If you are interested in my latest experiment follow the thread at aboveunity.com. Or just watch my latest videos, I'm not hiding anything.  Sorry guys, I'm not going to be doing two threads I just don't have the time.


Cheers,
Loz

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #336 on: September 23, 2020, 06:20:21 AM »
CaptainLoz,

Again, consider that in video 7, when the the two incandescent lamps were the only load, the DC supply was delivering around 17 watts.  It was taking 17 watts from the supply to light a pair of 2.8 watt light bulbs (a total of 5.6 watts).  Even if the lamps were overdriven by 100%, making them very bright and shifting their color temperature, they would only draw 11.2 watts.  In the video, the lamps did not look overly bright, or necessarily at full brilliance.  So where is the rest of the power from the supply being wasted?

In video 7, I believe the two lamps were connected in series.  I suggest you try connecting that series string of two lamps directly to the DC supply and adjusting the supply output until the lamps are at a brightness similar to what they were in the video (as driven by the POC).  Compare the wattage required from the supply to light the lamps to the 17 watts used by the circuit in the video. 

PW



 



 

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #336 on: September 23, 2020, 06:20:21 AM »
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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #337 on: September 23, 2020, 06:46:47 AM »
EMJ,

If the circuit were 100% efficient, the two lamps would have been dissipating 3 times their rated power (17 watts from the supply, each lamp dissipating 8.5 watts, the lamps are rated at 2.8 watts).

The lamps would have been very bright and very white.  The lamps did not appear to be overdriven.  They looked closer to their rated output, if even that.

In video 9, CaptainLoz overdrives one of the incandescent lamps, and it is very obvious.

So again, in video 7, when the two incandescent lamps were connected as a load, it was taking 17 watts from the supply to light a pair of 2.8 watt lamps.

PW

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #338 on: September 23, 2020, 07:18:42 AM »
To all,

It was video number 5 I was referring to, not video 7:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tk9uSOdj-hE

At about 7:30, the load is the two small incandescent lamps.

(Forgive the confusion, EMJ keeps deleting posts...)

The DC supply is providing 14.8 watts (and 2.25 watts for the driver).

At that point in the video, the circuit is using 17 watts from the supply to light a pair of 2.8 watt lamps (5.6 watts total)

Even if the lamps were overdriven 100%, which they do not appear to be, the circuit would still be very inefficient.

If 17 watts is being used to light a pair of 2.8 watt lamps, where is the remainder of the 17 watts being lost?

PW


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« Reply #338 on: September 23, 2020, 07:18:42 AM »
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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #339 on: September 23, 2020, 07:19:37 AM »
I butted in on EMJunkie's thread where he was discussing Ohm's Law with member picowatt. He, EMJunkie, of course, deleted my posts along with pw's and his own replies. I had copied my posts along with his reply and parting statement. Here is a paste:

EMJunkie writes:

"25V Pk to Pk at one stage didn't we! So the Globe Rating goes out the window doesn't it!

At: 25 Volts

We get: 25^2 / 70 = 8.92857 Watts, Simple Right!

Now, the Globes are in Parallel, ...
So, again for you, I know its hard, but try, you will get it: RT = 1/R1 + 1/R2"

It is incorrect to use peak to peak voltage in a power calculation like that.

Also, the equation for equivalent resistance of two resistors in parallel is incorrect.

Nice to see you address some of these concerns.
bi

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Reply:

Bis.....,

25 Volts was given as an example. In some scope shots much higher Pk to Pk were seen!

27 x 0.707 = 19.089

But the waveforms are not purely Sine in shape! So and example was given instead, can you manage to deal with an Example?

I truly look at the Electrical Engineering knowledge here and think you guys are in the dark ages, I know my skills are only average, but wow, its not hard to put you all to shame.

Best wishes, stay safe and well in these Dire Times,
   Chris Sykes

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EMJunkie,
Using your attachment, you can see the difference.

1/RT = 1/R1 + 1/R2
vs
RT = 1/R1 + 1/R2

What does a peak to peak voltage times 0.707 represent?

Regards,
bi

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By EMJunkie:


P.S: It is clear, 9 of 10 people here, cant figure out the life's most simple things! They are clearly simpletons, and have no idea how V, I and R are related to each other! Even when Thermal Drift is involved! Linear and Non-Linear Conditions. Deliberately Dumb! Its just easier to delete the Idiots!

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And some people can't copy an equation or do arithmetic.

Regards,
bi

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #340 on: September 23, 2020, 12:30:32 PM »

CaptainLoz or Chris,

1. It is too bad that nobody outside your web site can not
confirm what you two, or one, are doing.

2. At this point it would be easier to loop the device,
and confirm your overunity than rant around with equations.

But hey, show must go on. Right?

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« Reply #340 on: September 23, 2020, 12:30:32 PM »
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« Reply #341 on: September 23, 2020, 01:54:55 PM »
Consider that CaptainLoz and Chris are on opposite side of the world,
reader should expect that their activity staus should be opposite as well?

Well they look similar to me, like they are from same time zone.
They are both from Australia, or should I say they are same person.

CaptainLoz has only 15 posts and his activity status is not so dense as Chris,
but is visible enough to make the point.


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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #342 on: September 23, 2020, 03:18:37 PM »
A cardboard box and a thermometer...not a big investment

put Device in Box with temp probe ...[put everything in Box [batteries if using for power etc...

run device note temperature ceiling [where it levels off and holds againstlosses to ambient [the reason you use cardboard.. it is "Lossy"  ... looses heat to environment ]
write down temp
Now remove DUT and run same test with common appropriate sized resistor in same box [worlds most efficient use of electricity... heat...all losses contribute to task "heating" write down Temp and compare...[If Device Temp is higher than Common resistor at same input in same ambient...??
nobody has ever done this...BIG NEWS


 
obvious addendum...

ambient temp should be the same for both tests [side by side at same time is nice...if box gets dangerously hot ? use bigger Box or run test in colder ambient.
such small output will not start fire or overheat in not insulated box.



beat the heat of common resistor at same input ...do the happy Dance.
don't beat the resistor...look for issue.
ION taught this "fixed loss to ambient protocol" for all manner of difficult measurements where scopes and probes can be tricked or high frequency,magnetism ...whatever... etc etc ?
super simple and works. [he had his techs use this for quick tests at lab ]
VERY GOOD TOOL FOR THE TOOLBOX OF LOW MONEY EXPERIMENTERSLOOKING TO BUILD.thermometer and cardboard ...[noting time to heat good indicator too.

beat the common resistor [for making heat]the world will really notice.

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« Reply #343 on: September 23, 2020, 03:34:20 PM »
Ramset,

In the past, to measure real power from a complex or high frequency source, a gizmo called a differential thermal wattmeter was used.  Basically, the device under test would drive a resistive load.  A voltage controlled DC power supply was used to drive an identical resistive load.  A thermister was mounted to both resistive loads and a differential amplifier was used to generate an error voltage to control the DC supply's output and maintain both resistive loads at identical temperatures.  The power measurement was then easily determined by the power required from the DC supply.  Electronically, its a fairly simple device.  Most of the accuracy was determined by how well matched the thermal properties of the housing/chimney for the resistive loads was.

Construction and calibration of a fairly accurate version of such a device is not that difficult.  Having a DC power supply with a control voltage input is very helpful.

PW   

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Re: RANT CAFFE ASYLUM
« Reply #344 on: September 23, 2020, 04:04:15 PM »
Another similar technique when the load is a light bulb (very non-linear resistance) is the light comparison test.  Have two identical light bulbs within two identical enclosures that are side by side.  Each enclosure has a ground-glass panel on one face, and the two glass panels are adjacent.  Light one bulb from the DOT and the other bulb from a DC supply.  Adjust the DC until both bulbs emit the same quantity of light as seen on the glass panels, then accurately measure the DC voltage and current.
Smudge

 

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