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Title: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: fuzzy buddy on May 24, 2008, 05:26:20 AM
Hi all,

This is my first post to this site.

I was wondering if anyone has tried to make the design based on the following article: http://www.nuenergy.org/alt/radiant_energy_diatribe.htm

It involves conditioning a coax cable so it acts like a permanent magnet to free static charge in the air.

If so, did you have any luck? What's the best way to put the cable under high voltage while melting the internal plastic? I was wondering if it was worth my time and effort.

Thanks
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: triffid on August 12, 2008, 03:52:10 PM
The plans using a old car ignition coil and length of wire has been out on the internet at least a couple of years but I know of no one who has built it.I came close to it but my back yard is tiny.So I never finished building it because I don't have the room to string up the wire(even zigzag).Your article that you posted gave me more info on the system.Like 15-20% efficient.Triffid
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on May 18, 2009, 10:00:13 PM
fuzzy buddy said:
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I was wondering if anyone has tried to make the design based on the following article: http://www.nuenergy.org/alt/radiant_energy_diatribe.htm

>>Before I moved to Arizona, my previous business associate and I were considering a commercial version of your posted entry.

We were thinking of expanding it to high levels of power generation along the lines of Plauson's patent from about 80+ yrs. ago.

Same kind of setup as in the article, just on a larger scale.

--Lee
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Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on May 19, 2009, 09:50:29 PM
the_big_m_in_ok said:
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Same kind of setup as in the article, just on a larger scale.

>>According to an article subject of this thread above, the high voltage capacitor is designed to discharge, from a long, insulated wire, through a car spark plug to a high voltage transformer.

I told my business partner that we could replace the spark gap aspect with a string of Zener diodes rated to the voltage of the capacitor and a higher wattage than the transformer.  That way we wouldn't interfere with radio reception in the area from the static of the spark gap.



Since all we had was a small back yard to install an R&D setup, we were thinking of using 600 volt rated wire on a wooden fence about 5 1/2 feet (about 1.7m), starting with 400 feet (about 121m) of wire, while using air for a dielectric when we would have spaced each turn in the loop around the yard be at least 1" (about 2.5cm) apart.


However, his firm went *belly up* when he began starving from lack of cash flow, and then I left Oklahoma after that.  We never had the time to build the system.
There is a long wire system that utilizes timed pulses of zero-point energy at:

http://www.textfiles.com/bbs/KEELYNET/ENERGY/zeptest.asc

which has a few of the features of our system.


--Lee
the_big_m_in_ok
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: turbo on May 19, 2009, 11:11:36 PM
I have done many attempts in "Baking" an electret.
I have used many substances like plastics and parrafin etc.
Normally i melted the substance in an metal can which was placed in an oven.
Then , when it was liquid like i attached the high voltage top electrode and held it between 10 and 20 kilovolt untill it had hardend and even some times to an extended periode of time.
I never suceeded in building a working example. :-\

There are many papers which deal with this subject and my advise is to just try and make one.
The fact that i did not suceed says nothing about the question if it can work, and to be honest, i think when care is taken it can be done...(i was just not carefull enough :-\)
Pherhaps not to the extend you wish because the power output was said to be low, very low, but then again it never hurts to try  :)

Marco.

 
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on August 07, 2009, 03:16:33 AM
-[marco]- said:
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I have done many attempts in "Baking" an electret.
Is it necessary to go to such trouble?  Is the potential power gained worth the effort?  Who knows for sure?

My point is:
Plauson, in his well-known patent, didn't think to do all that.  He suggested using merely insulated cable, right?

--Lee
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on November 30, 2009, 10:20:19 PM
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I was wondering if anyone has tried to make the design based on the following article: http://www.nuenergy.org/alt/radiant_energy_diatribe.htm
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I'm thinking of moving in with someone with room to build this system.  I have some of the parts already, I just need the approval from the landlord/owner.

--Lee
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: WilbyInebriated on December 01, 2009, 01:06:57 AM
i did it at my lake place. it works.
manufacturers go to great lengths to obviate the 'electret effect' during manufacture of coax...
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on December 01, 2009, 01:58:13 AM
i did it at my lake place. it works.
manufacturers go to great lengths to obviate the 'electret effect' during manufacture of coax...
Yes, I fully agree.
Especially using the power augmentation effect of BEMF/CEMF with air core coils.  With or without bifilar, counter-wound toroids.  I'll try and take time to experiment.

I'll be calling the owner's son and arrange a meeting to discuss terms later.

--Lee
Title: Re: Anybody tried this cable generator? (based on "radiant energy diatribe" emails)
Post by: the_big_m_in_ok on December 02, 2009, 07:52:33 PM
The plans using a old car ignition coil and length of wire has been out on the internet at least a couple of years... 

A newbie had said somewhere else on this site that he had gotten a system like the one cited below to work near his lake property.

Also, have a look at something similar:
http://www.nuenergy.org/experiments/modern_radiant_energy_circuit.htm

--Lee