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Author Topic: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*  (Read 15070 times)

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #15 on: July 06, 2007, 10:12:56 PM »
I will start gathering parts asap BEP.  I think I know a place to find the copper.

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #16 on: July 06, 2007, 10:28:27 PM »
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2007, 12:53:06 AM »
Thank you Bruce for opening this thread: The Egg- yes it is taught in Europe. We Americans have a system that dummies our kids down (across the grade spread) yea right! so much for that. dahh. I'm here to build !      OK I have a Question for BEP before i wind another coil this mt thought and should have done this from the start, when i wind the secondary - I wanted to  lose wind a cotton cord next to the wire winding so as i could easily set the capacitance. seams the secondary on most transformers are tight wound and thees great for fly backs but I don't see it working here were not trying to develop hight voltages in the KV range , but good clean BEMF , radiant capacitance. here I'm posting Photos my frame to receive the new coils. as you Noticed the aluminum tubing (gaped) . next step in the coaxial ( silverbrade) to be what SM said to be the collectors (Lorenz wrapped to frame) let me Know you thoughts . Thank you Mike 

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #17 on: July 07, 2007, 12:53:06 AM »
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #18 on: July 07, 2007, 01:02:01 AM »
How beautiful !!!

Wouldn't it be nice if beautiful things just had to work, because they were so beautiful  !!  :)

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #19 on: July 07, 2007, 08:06:51 AM »
BEP on the -x-z and z in the three sistirs  --- listen to Leedskalnin  , we did this and it is real , take the wire project / THIS IS THE SAME AS ON A SCOPE actualy in real time the wire dances , When you put the voltage on the wire and put the iron next to it ( do this on 1 inch above the wire with steel strains ) it will follow thw mag wave down the wire and wiil look exacly like the scope shot. e/w n/s 90 mdegrees 45dr fresnal,25 degree rule ( I don't belive because Estine had a bad expirence on the Elkhart expirement) Time is expanded and contracted with in our own lives we just don't relize it . Bep has expened on it , yes time stops and begins , ok now back to the TPU issue .  first loop (control ) 6 loops in an H fasion not crossing . freq 4.5hz one cap and a doide not to have back BEMF to the coil, that goes to the next ciol and diode and cap relays to the nexy coil, stop the reaction in the third sa to the cap and diode is resonant to the tune cap and resistor .as to frqs just do the 1/3 Tesla as BEP ,    @ EM most things are of beauty wil kil you  mmmmm next step ------- nature does that  ask.. Frank LOYD Wright

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #20 on: July 07, 2007, 03:53:08 PM »
Hi Mike!

I do like your coil.  It looks very nice with the plexi, nice touch!  Now, wire it to give you a three phase RMF, plug in the three sisters and watch that baby go!  Take another pictured when wired!

Cheers, ;)
Bruce

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #21 on: July 07, 2007, 06:45:20 PM »
@ Bruce Thank you much thought went into this , It can be disassembled in 10 seconds to reconfigure the model . could you email what you have done as per the coil set up and driver schematic ?        @BEP is there a chance that I could get a file on your Model to play with ?  I have sq plates in aluminum 3/8 , steel.3/4 , stainless steel 1/4 mmmm copper ? I'll need some i guess heheheh this is fun !  Capacitors ?

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #22 on: July 07, 2007, 11:51:20 PM »
@Motorcoach1,

You'll be one of the first. I'm creating the -so demanded- documentation. I don't know how much that will help some but I'm making sure it is not cryptic or convertible into Sanskrit stanzas. I won't bother adding theory of operation. That wouldn't be read unless it was posted by someone else.

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #23 on: July 08, 2007, 04:36:14 AM »
yes  i would love to have a copy !!!!

please?

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #24 on: July 08, 2007, 09:16:01 AM »
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #25 on: July 09, 2007, 10:41:43 PM »
I will be holding postings until Tao has a chance to relay his findings. Not that I am waiting for more information. I welcome it and there is always a question to be answered. However, he has far greater time on this type of device. I wasn't interested in using these things to provide power until recently.


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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #26 on: July 10, 2007, 05:05:21 PM »
Hello all,

I heard a very funny story this week, and it made me think of our forum.  Silence is a good sign.  People are winding, designing, and engineering TPU's that will work.  The work is progressing, steadily.

The time for theory is over, it is time to build.  For those who digress, should read more from the threads and you too would be winding...LOL   ;D

A cooking forum, had all met at a food tasting event.  They all tasted the best Shrimp stuffed with crab meat they had ever had.  They all went back to the forum, theorizing about the ingredients, so they could make it themselves.  Well, one day, Chef Emiral Legasse came to the forum and told them all of the ingredient and how to make it taste just like what they had tasted.  Because he was very experienced at making the very same thing, for the last 27 years of his career.

Well, some on the forum, ignored all but their own thoughts and continued to guess at the recipe, while others heard, but never listened.  While others did exactly what Chef said and were about to enjoy for the first time the fruits of their labor and enjoy that Shrimp stuffed with crab that they had for so long craved.

A funny story I heard this week, also sums it up well:

Wrong Place Wrong Time
     As Joe was driving down the highway, his car phone rang.
Answering, he heard his wife's voice urgently warning him,
"Joe, I just heard on the news that there's a car going the
wrong way on I-70.  Please be carful!"
"Wow.  You won't believe it," said Joe, "it's not just one car. 
It's hundreds of them!"     ;D

Everyone is building...do you get it yet?

Highest regards,
Bruce

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #27 on: July 10, 2007, 06:08:26 PM »
 :o

ROTFLMAO

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Re: *The Study of the Practical Mechanics for a Working TPU*
« Reply #28 on: July 10, 2007, 08:53:08 PM »
Hello all,

I heard a very funny story this week, and it made me think of our forum.  Silence is a good sign.  People are winding, designing, and engineering TPU's that will work.  The work is progressing, steadily.

The time for theory is over, it is time to build.  For those who digress, should read more from the threads and you too would be winding...LOL   ;D

A cooking forum, had all met at a food tasting event.  They all tasted the best Shrimp stuffed with crab meat they had ever had.  They all went back to the forum, theorizing about the ingredients, so they could make it themselves.  Well, one day, Chef Emiral Legasse came to the forum and told them all of the ingredient and how to make it taste just like what they had tasted.  Because he was very experienced at making the very same thing, for the last 27 years of his career.

Well, some on the forum, ignored all but their own thoughts and continued to guess at the recipe, while others heard, but never listened.  While others did exactly what Chef said and were about to enjoy for the first time the fruits of their labor and enjoy that Shrimp stuffed with crab that they had for so long craved.

A funny story I heard this week, also sums it up well:

Wrong Place Wrong Time
     As Joe was driving down the highway, his car phone rang.
Answering, he heard his wife's voice urgently warning him,
"Joe, I just heard on the news that there's a car going the
wrong way on I-70.  Please be carful!"
"Wow.  You won't believe it," said Joe, "it's not just one car. 
It's hundreds of them!"     ;D

Everyone is building...do you get it yet?

Highest regards,
Bruce

I drive I-70 everyday. I thought Detroit made a couple hundred mistakes:D

--giantkiller.

 

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