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Offline joellagace

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Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« on: May 16, 2023, 04:57:00 AM »
Good day folks, I thought perhaps the community may like this. Here is a youtube video of me building and operating the device.

https://youtu.be/EblBY50ZL44

Building a Self-Powered Hybrid Galvanic Cell Capacitor

Introduction:

In this video, I show the process of building a self-powered hybrid galvanic cell capacitor from scratch. The hybrid galvanic cell capacitor combines various systems and theories to create a unique feature of continuously raising voltage. We'll discuss the components and the theory behind the project and explore how the galvanic cell triggers the oscillator box and causes the capacitor to self-oscillate. This will charge a 12 volt car battery in a few days!

Components:

The hybrid galvanic cell capacitor comprises several components, including a galvanic cell, an oscillator box, a built-in capacitor, and an additional induction coil. The galvanic cell offers about two volts DC that the oscillator box uses to self-oscillate. The built-in capacitor is in line with the oscillator, causing it to self-oscillate at around 20 Hertz at around 30 plus volts. The capacitor continuously charges at this rate.

Theory:

The unique feature of the hybrid galvanic cell capacitor is the continuously raising voltage. The galvanic cell triggers the oscillator box, causing the capacitor to self-oscillate. The capacitor then charges and builds up in amplitudes, increasing instead of decreasing every few minutes. The capacitor continually raises the voltage until it reaches its maximum voltage capacity, less it's loaded down.

The addition of an induction coil around the capacitor taps into that extra energy and potentially powers other loads. The hybrid galvanic cell capacitor continuously raises the voltage and is completely self-powered.

Conclusion:

Building a self-powered hybrid galvanic cell capacitor is a fascinating project that combines various systems and theories. The capacitor's unique feature of continuously raising voltage is achieved by triggering the oscillator box and allowing the capacitor to self-oscillate. The addition of an induction coil around the capacitor provides an extra source of energy tap that can potentially power other loads. This project shows how experimentation and exploration can lead to exciting and innovative discoveries.


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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #1 on: May 16, 2023, 02:23:04 PM »
After running all night the oscillations have increased in amplitudes by 5 volts.

Based on my analysis, it seems that the slow gain in voltage is primarily due to a strict slow electron flow within the system. The electron flow through the water conductance from one of the capacitor plates jumps into the galvanic cell plate and appears to change the electron count, thereby acting as a hybrid capacitor and a passive electron accumulator This explains the slow movement of electrons as single units in a circuit, supporting the idea that the galvanic cell acts as an electron accumulator, capturing electrons built up from the capacitor plate.

While direct induction or capacitance may not be the dominant factors in this feedback process, the concept remains fascinating. Further study and research in this area could help shed more light on the underlying mechanisms and potentially lead to enhanced developments in the field.

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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #2 on: May 16, 2023, 03:25:01 PM »
Good idea, [/font][/size]
like to do it with Solid State Electrolyte. [/font][/size]
In case You are interested I have a good recipe for this with low-cost ingredients. [/font][/size]
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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #3 on: May 16, 2023, 04:36:49 PM »
For sure! feel free to share if you know how to make the solid state electrolyte for cheep :)

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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #4 on: May 16, 2023, 07:35:40 PM »
See below the ingredients for Making Solid State Electrolyte[/color]:
300 ml Demineralized Water
60 gram Polyvinyl Alcohol crystalline form.
20 gram KOH flakes form.
 
Dissolve these two (2) ingredients under continuous stirring for ca. 30 minutes and heat it up to boiling point ca. +95 C.
Put this mixture in a liquid state on the Anode-Cathode side of the plates and let it dry.
This will form a thin-film Solid State Electrolyte membrane between the plates.
 
Greetings, Alex

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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #5 on: May 16, 2023, 08:43:27 PM »
Genius! Thanks for sharing.

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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #6 on: May 19, 2023, 01:43:37 AM »

Offline sm0ky2

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Re: Hybrid Galvanic Capacitor
« Reply #7 on: May 20, 2023, 05:49:17 PM »
In theory:


If the discharge were performed at the perfect rate and periodicity
This device could have great potential