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Author Topic: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL  (Read 78749 times)

Offline nix85

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #360 on: June 09, 2022, 02:16:38 PM »
Stepanov et cohortes:
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Looks loke reactive power correction-type. On the picttures you see big inductances, a lot of capacitors, diodes. They said needs to be powered from balanced 3 phase supply or 3 phase DC/AC converter.

Funny you post that, believe it or not for last few days i have been studying
EXACTLY that. That scheme is from Alexander Mikhalych who apparently
replicated Stepanov.

Here is interview with him in Russian

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uu2Rbjr80RI

He says basically the same things that are written in the article

https://jeraff.ru/en/generator-transformer-with-resonant-winding-resonance-transformer-energy-from-ether/

He is the one i referred to when i said "some pump up 5-6kW in the middle of the
circuit and take out 1/3 of that". If you read the article you will see that is exactly
what he does.

But, as i also wrote, his approach is very bulky and needs very big transformers.

Also he is talking about magnetically insulating the secondary of the left trans
and primary of the right one supposedly to remove them from the load.

As you see in the scheme he is taking part of the output parametrically
feeding the input.

Yes i see big inductances, look at that huge 3phase trans in the first photo.
Tons of big caps too. Such a bulky system.

It's a worthy example of success, but not the most efficient one. All that can
be simplified and scaled waaay down. And without the need for 3 phase
balanced supply.



Offline kolbacict

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #361 on: June 09, 2022, 05:25:05 PM »
Here is interview with him in Russian

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uu2Rbjr80RI
This video is from the channel "global wave" it seems.
You ask Wesley about this organization. I don't think he has much respect for it. :)

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #362 on: June 09, 2022, 06:14:23 PM »
This video is from the channel "global wave" it seems.
You ask Wesley about this organization. I don't think he has much respect for it. :)

Wesley, you mean guy who claimed that power cannot be amplified in RLC tank,
in this very thread few pages back. Need i say more.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #363 on: June 09, 2022, 06:26:53 PM »
And another example what is possible.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XClNRaFJLTM

0-4W draw from the wall, load 300W.

Google translated video description

"Overunity transformer with 600 VA power. Transformer powered by mixed dimmer x resistive - inductive loads of 500 VA., Powered by 220 V AC current rectified by 4 diode bridges. A series of halogen lamps for one load have been connected to the outputs approximately 200 VA. Two other transformers are also connected to the power strip of the transformer, one of which consists of a series of 6 and the other of a single one with power factor correction capacitor without load. In the series of 6 a load of about 100 Va was connected by means of n. 2 car lamps. Lastly, 4 10 VA lamps are connected on the same socket, each regularly lit in the test. The total load on the illustrated circuit is approximately about 300 VA with input oscillating from 0 to 4 VA."

He is talking about 7 other transformers which can't be seen in the video, one of them with power correction cap, all in series. This resonates nicely with Stepanov. Large inductance 'removing' load from the wall.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #364 on: June 09, 2022, 06:36:47 PM »
Wesley, you mean guy who claimed that power cannot be amplified in RLC tank,
in this very thread few pages back. Need i say more.
No, no, this is not about a specific device.
Wesley was talking about the collective of people who work on the Global Wave channel.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #365 on: June 09, 2022, 06:37:50 PM »
No, no, this is not about a specific device.
Wesley was talking about the collective of people who work on the Global Wave channel.

I understood what you said and answered that he himself is not reliable.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #366 on: June 10, 2022, 02:01:49 PM »
Guy i shared before who pumps 2.34kW in his big trans with 105W input.

Here he is looping it with UPS battery, battery starts at 13.69V.

Then he powers 280W of lights + charges the batter to 14.3V.

Reactive power is 1163W here.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYWgcRB73bw

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #367 on: June 10, 2022, 02:08:46 PM »
This is the best Tesla experimenter looking for FE and doing it open-source 
https://www.youtube.com/shorts/SL0ne3F0JvM

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #368 on: June 10, 2022, 02:41:32 PM »
"The best..." Funny. He is seeking, i'll give him that.

He made a similar statement years ago
under video Solid state Tesla Hair-pin circuit-Replication

"@sanjev21  yes I have tried many variations including coupling all 3 coils. with various results. Some interesting as the current draw dropped to 32mA at 24V dc, while still producing 220V 2.5 A in phase voltage and current in resonant L3"

And i conversed with him about and explained few details to him,
he seems to have confused the issue of in-phase.

VI are in phase only when energy transfer/conversion happens. So, if VI
are in phase it means coil is doing work as a primary of a transformer, a
heater or antenna or doing work as a stator of a motor...

And now he claims 100kW "in-phase". If VI were in phase in that coil and coil
is not doing work in 'normal' ways, it would mean all power goes to copper
losses and  it would vaporize instantly.



Offline alan

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #369 on: June 10, 2022, 03:46:51 PM »
He is researching what things can be done with displacement current according to his own structured step by step methodology, others show magic without good explanation of how it's done, in RU.

Magnifying power can be modeled as negative resistance - as shown in that pdf from vixra - for which the current is in opposite direction and in phase, or leaving the  resistor towards the high potential side.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #370 on: June 10, 2022, 04:18:48 PM »
I know he is into displacement current and stacked Tesla pancakes, nothing new
or original about that.

Don Smith reported on a Yahoo group in 2006 that using 3 resonant Tesla pancakes
with 14 watt input he literally melted the diode bridge rated at 20,000V and 200A.

That's more than 4 Megawatts.

Again, this claim of IV in phase in the third coil does not hold water.

You can model overunity as negative resistance, that is an old and popular idea.
I read all pdfs from vixra, that is all nice and sweet but that is just an attempt to
conventionally explain what cannot be conventionally explained.

Fact is literal negative resistance is not happening in most OU devices neither is
current flowing in reverse. There is simply an amplification of energy.

According to Dan Combine's pdf from 2006. attached below radiant energy
enters the resonant circuit at voltage nodes as depicted by the red stars.
So there is not necessarily even amplification of current, just, for example,
a 220V 1000W bulb lit fully with 19V across it and 4.5A through it. Bolt also
spoke about this.


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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #371 on: June 10, 2022, 05:07:30 PM »
Accidentally came across a book parametric transformers (parametric power supplies)
I drew attention to the analogy with your circuit (circled by me in red)
.zip]http://publ.lib.ru/ARCHIVES/Z/ZADEREY_Gennadiy_Panteleymonovich/Zaderey_G.P..._Mnogofunkcional'nye_transformatory_v_sredstvah_vtorichnogo_elektropitaniya.(1989).[djv-fax].zip
These were mass-produced power supplies for electronic equipment.
I think it was in other countries too.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #372 on: June 10, 2022, 05:59:51 PM »
From Dan's pdf above.

"Ever read the meaning of resistance and voltage drop in a basic LRC circuit?
At resonance you have 0 voltage at n amperes and x voltage at 0 amperes;
L is in current node; C is in voltage node. Where is R then? According to
the standard theory, R as a lightbulb is in PHASE, but the reality is that R
is at 90% REACTIVE state being at CURRENT node, so the energy loading
e.g. a 220 VAC 1,000W lightbulb might just have a voltage drop of 19V and
amperage of 4.5 A. Why does it light up at full potential then?"

Along similar lines bolt's posts here.

https://overunity.com/9521/magnacoaster-vorktex/

"You have to read back through my posts click my handle and read i published
loads. But here is my AWAKENING tool.  Take a 250 watt light bulb and in series
fit a capacitor and inductor selected so the i/p power is power factor ZERO.
The watts consumed and measured by any suitable test method will show
leakage power around 3 watts when i did this. The 250 watt light is FULLY LIT.
The volts drop across the bulb is about 12 volts. The bulb works underwater
perfectly fully lit. The power factor is virtually zero creates standing wave the
bulb is powered by zero point energy for FREE.

its the basis for many many OU systems."

There is your "secret", there is no secret, it's just reactive power sucking in RE
but it's very delicate and requires precise tuning for best effects.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #373 on: June 10, 2022, 06:07:06 PM »
Any replications out there? 
Won't the resistive bulb cause an increase of the PF, or make it more positive on the real axis in the complex plane?

They say in an inductor voltage leads current, but it is the changing current that causes the voltage, mathematically voltage is the derivative of current, cosine is the derivative of sine. at sin(0) the value is 0 but the change is maximum, the cosine plots the  change.  Capacitor is similar, current is caused by a changing voltage, but it is described as current leads voltage.
But that's all basic stuff that most people here know.

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Re: Reactive Current - Parallel RCL
« Reply #374 on: June 10, 2022, 06:16:52 PM »
Yes, that's basic stuff all know but a good point and i've been thinking about that lately.

Indeed, voltage across an inductor appears due to change in current, so technically
there has to be some current FIRST before back EMF jumps to supply voltage value
and blocks sudden rise to full current. And exactly the same things happens for voltage
in a cap indeed, there has to first be a change in voltage across a cap for current
to flow "into" it.

Good place to remind voltage across transformer primary or secondary is

E = 4.44 * number of turns * frequency * flux in the core

But for flux in the core to appear there first has to be current through the coil

This flux is proportional to input voltage and inversely proportional to frequency

E/f