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Author Topic: First electrical power output from a Pyramid  (Read 520038 times)

Offline skywatcher

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #825 on: December 30, 2007, 10:55:39 PM »
you are right with the coils now but I had to change them for the new setup what realy brought something up.

I looked also at earlier pictures of your setup, and there the coils also were both left-handed.
I think this might be of great significance. Think about a transformator... if you wind the coils the wrong way, you won't get any output at all !

Maybe, if you change one of the coils, you would get ten times the output.   ;D

Offline duff

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #826 on: December 30, 2007, 11:04:39 PM »

Walter,

I know you are still putting the sides on and working on the device but the Rigid table saw, that mass of steel sitting under your pyramid, maybe causing problems also.

Certainly something else to consider...

Encouraging to see the voltage approaching 1V.


-Duff


Offline Walter Hofmann

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #827 on: December 31, 2007, 01:02:09 AM »
here are the latest for today, after one more hour the voltage stands by 0.845V.
tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor.
greetings
walt

Offline georgemay

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #828 on: December 31, 2007, 02:23:24 AM »
here are the latest for today, after one more hour the voltage stands by 0.845V.
tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor.
greetings
walt

Walter I am wondering how the same setup would charge without pyramid. 

George

Offline spacetrax

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #829 on: December 31, 2007, 06:20:05 AM »
here are the latest for today, after one more hour the voltage stands by 0.845V.
tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor.
greetings
walt

Hi,
great work, indeed!
You may want to wait until the capacitor reaches 1.5 volt and then try to drive a LED to see for how long it stays on :-)
And I still think that you should have ALL sides of the pyramid covered with rigips plates.

Season`s Greetings!
Spacetrax

Offline Gustav22

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #830 on: December 31, 2007, 08:35:31 AM »
....tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor....

Hi Walter,
please take note of skywatcher's posting:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,695.msg67060.html#msg67060

He is right:
according to your pictures you have to REWIND one of your coils in the other direction, as there was NEVER a CW and a CCW coil in any of your pictures.
It seems that you always had only coils with the same winding direction.

You can not just turn one coil round to change this fact.
One coil must be actually REWOUND IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.

edit: eine gewindestange mit rechtsgewinde wird nicht durch umdrehen zu einem linksgewinde.

Please Walter, take no offence in this posting.

PS: While thinking about it, I am starting to realize that symmetry and especially same wire length for all symmetrical parts may be much more important than I imagined before.
« Last Edit: December 31, 2007, 09:29:24 AM by Gustav22 »

Offline Tigrotto

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #831 on: December 31, 2007, 10:55:03 AM »
0.8V means nothing if you don't specify the ammount of current.
0.8V means less than the worst voltage cell. you have inside the pyramid at least two cells so that, no mistery about 0.8 v discovery.
I told you : something is missing here!
Tigrotto

Offline Walter Hofmann

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #832 on: December 31, 2007, 11:23:07 AM »
Hi gustav22,
sure thats what I meant with turning around the coil rewinding, he, he
greetings
walt

....tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor....

Hi Walter,
please take note of skywatcher's posting:
http://www.overunity.com/index.php/topic,695.msg67060.html#msg67060

He is right:
according to your pictures you have to REWIND one of your coils in the other direction, as there was NEVER a CW and a CCW coil in any of your pictures.
It seems that you always had only coils with the same winding direction.

You can not just turn one coil round to change this fact.
One coil must be actually REWOUND IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION.

edit: eine gewindestange mit rechtsgewinde wird nicht durch umdrehen zu einem linksgewinde.

Please Walter, take no offence in this posting.

PS: While thinking about it, I am starting to realize that symmetry and especially same wire length for all symmetrical parts may be much more important than I imagined before.

Offline Walter Hofmann

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #833 on: December 31, 2007, 11:24:36 AM »
Hi george,
this is what I did first outside the pyramide but there was no charge at all.
greetings
walt

here are the latest for today, after one more hour the voltage stands by 0.845V.
tomorrow I wiil change the coils back to the right and will finishe the big original capacitor.
greetings
walt

Walter I am wondering how the same setup would charge without pyramid. 

George

Offline Walter Hofmann

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #834 on: December 31, 2007, 11:30:05 AM »
Hi tigrotto,
what was it what you have reached ? I forgott.
greetings
walt


0.8V means nothing if you don't specify the ammount of current.
0.8V means less than the worst voltage cell. you have inside the pyramid at least two cells so that, no mistery about 0.8 v discovery.
I told you : something is missing here!
Tigrotto

Offline Walter Hofmann

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #835 on: December 31, 2007, 11:47:32 AM »
Hi all,
I said that I report everythings even bad. now this morning I checked the status of charge at the booster and it was finaly standing at 0.873V what means after 18 hours thats all .
not what I expected after the first 6 hours brought 0.8V.
greetings
walt

Offline atlantex

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #836 on: December 31, 2007, 11:52:40 AM »
he got a kick in the ass in TT board, and were downgraded to an normal user, he was an moderator before.

happend after he floated the board with nerving child like postings.

that's what he reached...


atlantex

Offline neptune

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #837 on: December 31, 2007, 01:13:53 PM »
@Tigrotto. It would be nice to hear something positive from you , see my previous post. No mystery? so how do you explain the "0ne wire DC circuit?
@ Walter, Very interesting. From your circuit description, it is not clear how the central cap is connected. You describe where one pole is connected, but not the other pole. Is it connected to anything? If it is not, have you tried connecting it anywhere? . Is the copper tube still "Floating"{ connected to nothing]? Sorry asking all these questions when you are working on this and my job prevents me. If this effect is real, I reckon you are the one who will crack it. Regards, Ken

Offline tinu

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #838 on: December 31, 2007, 01:28:26 PM »
he got a kick in the ass in TT board, and were downgraded to an normal user, he was an moderator before.

happend after he floated the board with nerving child like postings.

that's what he reached...


atlantex

How does it relate to the issue or how does it change the fact that no V6 is running up to date?  ???

Maybe I am wrong in the above assumption, so let?s ask the world! (I happened to me before that many nice persons reply to various messages although they do not post much inhere)


So:

Dear World,
Subject: Success/Failure, V6 Power Pyramid, Thomas Trawoeger (aka Flavio Thomas)

Please let us know whether you have succeeded or not in making V6 run.
We badly feel is time to know of at least one positive case (if any; it would be first V6 success up to our knowledge here!) but also of estimating the gross number of failures.

Speaking about success, I especially kindly ask the persons bellow who are presumably successfully builders of V6, as the following TT quotes suggest:

?I got information from New Zealand. A User of this website constructed the inner part of my V6 with a output of 4,22 Volts.?

?Meanwhile we have another success-message from Thailand. I wonder, why the people don?t post it here.?

?I got some messages from silent readers here. There are also some success messages with details of running pyramides. I will please this people to spend a few words here too.?

?Important Message to Thailand (Mr. Bobby): Do you want to share your Pictures of your pyramides for the community here??

?I?m a little sad, that some people wich are reading here didn?t spend any word to the community. Ther are some guys from Thailand and US tell me great storys, but noone will give here any sentence...
It?s not fair, to get informations from this Site, but stay silent, if some success appeares.?

?Very nice greetings to our reader JEROME. I clap the Hands for you, and I am very happy about your results! There is only a small mistake in your Pictures.?

Of course, any additional report will be much appreciated.
Please understand that some of us need it badly. At least I do!

About failures, please let us know also if this was the case. If many failures exist that doesn?t make us bad builders/researchers but it would mean bad specifications. I?m the first one to admit that I?ve failed, despite the significant efforts I?ve made?

So, please take a minute to register (if not member here) and to post one sentence (that?s all I?m asking!).
If you do not want to go public, please send a PM (Personal Message) to me. I promise that I?ll keep your identity confidential and that your message will not be divulged; only used for statistics.

Many thanks,

Happy New Year!
Tinu

Offline pese

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Re: First electrical power output from a Pyramid
« Reply #839 on: December 31, 2007, 03:11:30 PM »
@an Alle,
Vorweg: ich hatte seit 2005 Kontakt mit TT.
Gerade weil er nicht sofort alle Details der V6 im OU offengelegt hat,
hat er nun DIE Probleme bekommen die sowohl der Hacker , wie auch fr?here Vertr?ge betrafen.
Eine komplette Ver?ffentlichung ?ber Wochen bis Weihnachten "ziehen" zu wollen ,
war -m?glicherweise- keine gute Idee.
Dies erm?glichte  "Gegnern dieses Projektes", Ihn zu boykottieren
wie mit rechtlichen Problem und Drohungen "in Atem" zu halten.
Ich steckte nicht gerne in seiner Haut.
Ich habe alle seine Kontaktdaten , warte aber dass er sich selbst meldet ,
sobald er kann oder will.
Wer hier zum Experiment selbst Fragen oder Antworten hat suche bitte mein Email Adresse im
OU-Profil oder verwende meine Antwortseite in : http://stormloader.com/index0.html.
Ohne Erlaubnis der jeweiligen Mailpartner , gebe ich , wie bisher , keine Informationen weiter.
Mails,ohne Namenskennung, sind ?ber Antwortseiten m?glich

Allen Lesern hier einen guten Rutsch zu 2008.


@to all  (translated  with www.translate.ru
 Beforehand(At the front): I had since 2005 contact with TT. Just because he has not disclosed immediately all details of the V6 in the OU, now he has got the problems concerned the hacker (she) the hacker (he), as well as former(earlier) contracts(treaties). To want to "pull("draw) a complete publication for weeks to Christmas, was-  shure -no good idea. To these allowed " opponents(adversaries) of this project " to boycott Him like to hold with juridical problem and threats " in breath ".
 
 To want to "pull("draw) a complete publication for weeks to Christmas, was-m?glicherweise-no good idea. To these allowed " opponents(adversaries) of this project " to boycott Him like to hold with juridical problem and threats " in breath ". I was not with pleasure in his(its) skin. I have all his(its) contact data, wait, however, that he to itself announces, as soon as he is able to or wants.

 was not with pleasure in his(its) skin. I have all his(its) contact data, wait, however, that he to itself announces, as soon as he is able to or wants. Who has here to the experiment even questions or answers my email searches please address in the OU profile or uses my answer side in: http: // stormloader.com / index0.html.
Without permission(leave) of the respective mail partners, I transmit, as before, no information. Mail, without name call sign, is about answer sides possibly to all readers here a good slide to 2008.


 
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