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Author Topic: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts  (Read 356583 times)

Offline Google

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #540 on: March 12, 2014, 03:47:48 AM »
Hi,

Did anyone had even an iota of success with any of DONs device so far ?

Or he has been making a fool out of public to sell his books and dvd's like other OU merchants out there like  Beardenn and Bedini etc.  ;D ;D ;D

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #541 on: September 28, 2016, 04:50:00 AM »
Hello, I read this entire thread, as well as others like it on other forums.  I bought a pdf from thesmithgenerator.com on how to build one and it is not complete or nearly as easy as the ad made it sound.  Knowing there are a lot of important details involved for it to do anything let alone produce gobs of free energy led me to buy the pdf.  It is incomplete to say the least and a huge confusing disappointment.

Here are some questions I am looking for the answers to.  If I can get answers I will go and build one of these and share what I learn on this forum.
Does anyone have a source for an nst suitable for this project?  apparently needs to not have gfci, or overload protection, yet have screw terminal in addition to being 9kv 30ma output. I cant find the bertonee used in the photos, or one with similar specs.  if not can anyone speculate how to build a suitable nst from scratch?

I have seen about 5 different schematics, this pdf had two different ones and no clarification which to follow and why.  Does anyone have a schematic that has has a chance of working?

The high voltage diodes in the photos they provide are different than the part number they provide.  What diodes should be used and is there a link anyone can provide?  looks like 7 needed total, one between battery and inverter, two at the ends of the nst and 4 to rectify the output?

Where do I find the large capacitors used as the capacitor bank, or what spec should each be? 

How do I find or make the choke used at the end of the circuit before the load is connected?

the pdf shows some high voltage resistors called "voltage divider resistors" and a reference to using them after the rectifier before the capacitor bank somewhere at the end of the circuit but not sure why or what they are for.  Many of the photos in the pdf were the same as Yucca posted, is yucca the one selling the plans, trying to get support for the information I purchased and no replies are being received?

Has anyone come up with length wraps diameter type of wire for each (L1 and L2) coil.  so many variations, this pdf had two variations itself!

Thank you to anyone who can help, I want to have one of these devices creating usable power, but I don't have the electronics background of others on this forum.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #542 on: October 15, 2016, 10:03:34 PM »
this is the most convincing video I have seen yet regarding these devices  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TI5XWz8aZvo  it appears I have one of my diodes backward and I might need a different nst.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #542 on: October 15, 2016, 10:03:34 PM »
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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #543 on: October 19, 2016, 03:54:51 PM »
I think I have the primary mostly figured out, was able to bring the voltage in a large cap bank from 0 to 100v in less than a minute.  Not saying I have it all figured out but I have some things working correctly.  after wiring my primary like the video above (paying attention to the direction of the diodes) my spark gap works great and I get sparks across the secondary coil with a screwdriver when the primary is firing.  I have no ground on my primary circuit as of right now.

Can anyone give me a thorough explanation as to how I know if I have resonance in the primary coil or not?  I have made 4 different coils (and will probably have to make more to experiment with) but no way of knowing if they are running at their resonant freq or not.  I have an oscilloscope but have never used one before so I am not experienced in using a scope and don't want to fry it hooking it up wrong.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #544 on: September 19, 2020, 07:30:35 AM »
Hello,

You are correct in your conclusion, however I never claimed to be replicating smith. I cannot say I have EVER done a replication, like to do my own thing. 

This is not a smith device. However this and other videos I have give a good idea into how such technology works. But if smith knew what he claimed I seriously doubt. I own his book, seen his many publications, watched all of his video, and am quite competent in this area.


One serious clue to his cluelessness is the way he states on multiple occasions that the output of a neon sign transformer is OU in and of itself. This is CRAP and not true. The output voltage on the transformer uses peak to peak voltage not RMS. Peak to peak is important because we are interested in the breakdown voltage of the gas to be ionized (neon in this case) and if this measurement is used it will give incorrect output power measurements. If the voltage is converted to RMS, the power calculations come in well under unity. This is simple stuff, but he made this same mistake, calling this device OU over and over...If he cannot understand one simple, and incredibly important component of his systems, how do we expect him to understand power measurement in general.

Aside from this, on a phone conversation I had with Peter Lindemann once, the good Dr. informed me that to his knowledge nobody had ever successfully replicated any of his devices, and he runs in a crowd with very competent engineers who have tried Im sure.


As for my device. This style with the center placed primary is called a Kinkade coil. Tesla was also a pioneer in this style coil. Ungrounded the center placed primary will excite the lowest possible harmonic at half wave, rather than the quarter wave of the "Tesla coil" or quarter wave resonator. this creates a magnetic central peak, and electric peaks at each end of the coil.

The bifilar is chosen solely for its electrostatic purposes. The bifilar winding does nothing concerning canceling any flux, and is chosen only for its electrostatic component. It is designed around right hand rule circuitry concepts and was made to take an oscillating B field, and transduce it into two virtual electrical poles. Also this has no center tap. It is only a bifilar secondary with open ends, primary and signal generator, and a wire with foil and a diode inside.

Another large misconception in this are is the idea of reverse wound coils in a transformer configuration, some people claim flux canceling, which is crazy, and untrue. When an inductor creates a B field, the magnetic dipole created is shared between both conductors. If you reverse the windings of the secondary, it still shares the same dipole, still gets its energy in the same fashion, and its CEMF created will still oppose the primary no matter what orientation it has (reverse or regular), the only difference will be the polarity found on the output wires.

Don never said it would be OU in the context of using it as a neon tube driver. He meant it would be OU in the context in which HE would use it! Everyone familiar with Don's work knows that He was all about step-up and step-down.
« Last Edit: September 19, 2020, 09:54:30 AM by NdaClouDzzz »

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #544 on: September 19, 2020, 07:30:35 AM »
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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #545 on: September 19, 2020, 09:45:18 AM »
I think I have the primary mostly figured out, was able to bring the voltage in a large cap bank from 0 to 100v in less than a minute.  Not saying I have it all figured out but I have some things working correctly.  after wiring my primary like the video above (paying attention to the direction of the diodes) my spark gap works great and I get sparks across the secondary coil with a screwdriver when the primary is firing.  I have no ground on my primary circuit as of right now.
Can anyone give me a thorough explanation as to how I know if I have resonance in the primary coil or not?  I have made 4 different coils (and will probably have to make more to experiment with) but no way of knowing if they are running at their resonant freq or not.  I have an oscilloscope but have never used one before so I am not experienced in using a scope and don't want to fry it hooking it up wrong.
Better late than never! This should give you some ideas:  https://youtu.be/x-1EKjOtrPM

 

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