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Author Topic: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)  (Read 246887 times)

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #960 on: August 21, 2008, 11:14:52 AM »
Hello all,

@Mike

may I say that with a high speed there is a lot of power?

or

remember the story about a bullit? If you throw a bullit nothing happens but when you fire it with a gun then you have something. In the video we saw a "bullit" but at a slow speed. Now imagine this with a very high speed .....

We need power or not?? to light our bulb? or more bulbs?

High speed is needed!!!!

Otto

PS: this 6kHz is a "product" of much higher frequencies.

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #961 on: August 21, 2008, 11:19:03 AM »
Otto,
   Can stronger a/c (bi-directional) EMF substitute for speed/rotation?
Either way gets you more punch? 
Mike
« Last Edit: August 21, 2008, 11:40:29 AM by sirmikey1 »

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #962 on: August 21, 2008, 11:47:04 AM »
Mike,

I dont think so but every idea is worth to try.

Why not squares? in kilovolts? with big kicks?

Otto

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« Reply #962 on: August 21, 2008, 11:47:04 AM »
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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #963 on: August 21, 2008, 01:17:21 PM »
>>>  Why not squares? in kilovolts? with big kicks?

otto,
The truth will set you free,
Mike 

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #964 on: August 21, 2008, 01:34:20 PM »
Mike,

I know the truth.

Its sooooo nice NOT to share and NOT to post. Now I dont have any more trouble with my PC......

Otto

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #965 on: August 21, 2008, 01:39:24 PM »
Otto,
   Thanks for the feedback on the topic.
Set you free, I was referring to the grid.
Mike

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #966 on: August 21, 2008, 08:02:36 PM »
    The quarter wave gives you more bang for the buck.  I edited the diagram below to show the quarter wave catalyst. The rest of the chart is influence on aetheric energy distribution within the mass field.  It also shows a dc flow along the axis.  The circles represent natural heat or energy vortices.  The lines are vectors created by charge intelligence or dielectric information.  The dc bias flow fights the natural mass field resonance as represented by the green arrows whereas the quarter wave is tuned to the mass field resonance.  The purple line is 1/2 wave and as can be noted is a waste as you get the same effect from the quarter wave without the energy expenditure.

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #967 on: August 22, 2008, 08:51:44 AM »

@ Paul

I was explained today about an ac electric motor used in a phonograph that is strangely constructed (for me until).

The rotor is a laminate with a big coil on it. To control the rotation direction and make sure it always turn in the same direction, they stuck copper rods at specific place in the laminate. They create a "late" magnetic drag just for that purpose.

Does that relate with what you are doing electronically with coils?

Thanks,

Michel

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #968 on: August 23, 2008, 02:31:17 AM »

Re:

The newer versions have the coil outside and the copper wires each side of the rotor to affect the rotation.

Take care,

Michel

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #969 on: August 24, 2008, 05:35:43 AM »
From the Nathan Stubblefield thread:

Hi all,

I tried a NS cell in tiny tpu format, much simpler to wound.

Coil:

8 feet steel strap 1/4" wide (measuring tape blade stripped and heated red for faster rusting).
8 feet copper tape 1/4 wide with glue on 1 side. (50% efficiency until glue is denatured)
8 feet cotton insulator sleeve on steel strap.
Duct Tape for sealing. (Red Green Stuff)  Grin
I.D. 1 3/4"
O.D. 2 1/2"
Height: 3/4" with cotton and duct tape.

Did not check the amp.

Initial potential: 0.313 Vdc
24 hrs later: 0.588 Vdc
Recovery from short takes about 1 min to 0.588Vdc.

Looks promising for the larger unit which will have a mass about 100 times larger. That's next week.

Take care,

Michel


EDIT: Just for fun I hooked a 9V battery on the cell and guess what? 1.5 volt so far, pure galvanic action. It slowly went down when the battery was disconnected and stabilizing at around 0.615V.
« Last Edit: August 24, 2008, 05:59:48 AM by Michelinho »

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #970 on: August 24, 2008, 06:10:40 AM »
In this current coil setup I have I seea very sharp negative spike. The scope  shows 4khz.
When the big kick hits the whole ckt is 5Mhz and it is sine waves. And stays there.
Tapping off is proving to be difficult.

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #971 on: August 24, 2008, 05:19:03 PM »
    Could the TPU be something like this?

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« Reply #972 on: August 24, 2008, 06:34:15 PM »
Re Sparks

It's not a tpu. It is a section of a Stubblefield cell (water battery) rolled in one coil, about 10 layers and only 1 stack. I was pulsing it manually (anode-cathode with a 9v battery across the coil to see if it would pass galvanic action level.

That thing will go to the lab just like my 1st version of the Newman motor that was acting strangely too. The coil was pulsing dc and ac for about 3 min until I shorted it out with just the multimeter on. Strange for a water battery.

No idea what caused it to behave strangely or why.

Take care,

Michel

EDIT: The steel strap is covered with cotton on both sides and the copper tape in this case is squeezed between the cotton layers of the steel strap and then wet with water. Simple battery setup but only 1 cell.
« Last Edit: August 24, 2008, 07:18:25 PM by Michelinho »

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #973 on: August 25, 2008, 03:37:33 PM »
@Michelino

That's interesting.

@GK

I noticed the sine effect on my "The Claw" (my big) TPU, as well as one of the smaller ones. The most effect was from "The Claw" though. I have just received some parts I was waiting on (Extremely high speed/high current glass passivated diodes) which I intend to use to make an RF rectifier, and I am going to try to see the effect after the voltage is rectified.

I have noticed PURE AC at over 240V P/P, with an input of only 20 volts square DC, of which cannot be transformer action, due to the natures and relationships of the coils, and am curious about the actual unity/OU of input to output. Hopefully, these diodes are up to the task.

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Re: The TPU uncovered? (A PROBABLE technique.)
« Reply #974 on: August 25, 2008, 05:26:30 PM »
@Michelino

That's interesting.

@GK

I noticed the sine effect on my "The Claw" (my big) TPU, as well as one of the smaller ones. The most effect was from "The Claw" though. I have just received some parts I was waiting on (Extremely high speed/high current glass passivated diodes) which I intend to use to make an RF rectifier, and I am going to try to see the effect after the voltage is rectified.

I have noticed PURE AC at over 240V P/P, with an input of only 20 volts square DC, of which cannot be transformer action, due to the natures and relationships of the coils, and am curious about the actual unity/OU of input to output. Hopefully, these diodes are up to the task.

Paul Andrulis

My bifilars work in a tight freq range. I lost this setting Saturday night and am trying to find it. The 1:42 mins:secs it takes for the Kick to take place is daunting. But that did produce really nice sine waves.
So I now have removed the iron bundle and the kick happens immediately but the output signal is hash at 13v. I will keep at it.

I knew it didn't have to be a ring when I saw the 'horseshoe' configuration. 8)
Either way, steps are being made.

--giantkiller.

 

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