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Author Topic: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"  (Read 995251 times)

Offline Bruce_TPU

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2640 on: August 15, 2007, 09:09:00 PM »
Gosh I'm sorry I brought the whole thing up. I don't really care about it, just commented about it because I noticed many people stopped posting.

It's not a big deal guys!!!

If some folks want to work on things privately, that's ok, let them.

If you have been made a member of this private group withour your consent, ask to be removed, or don't bother with that thread.

It's business as usual for the rest of us here. Relax and just keep doing what you are doing.

So let's keep going...shall we?

Regards,
Darren

Truth be know Darren,  all is quiet everywhere, because many people are away on vacation or experimenting.  That is why all is quiet.

Warm regards,
Bruce

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2641 on: August 15, 2007, 09:15:04 PM »
well all

im still here and will remain and i will post my expariments still so it is back to the bench for me so i can show all of you how well this square coil produces rf flames magnetic feilds and lots of kicks  making the vid right now i was really impressed when i hooked up this simple coil to 12 and a neo i think it performed verry well

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2642 on: August 16, 2007, 11:23:58 AM »
wrong thread  ;D
« Last Edit: September 07, 2007, 04:10:42 PM by Nostradamus2 »

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2642 on: August 16, 2007, 11:23:58 AM »
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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2643 on: August 16, 2007, 01:43:20 PM »
G Day everyone,
Just a big thankyou to all that have shared there findings on this forum, i have been following numerous threads and gaining insight. Exciting stuff!
i will be starting experimentation and posting my results asap.
Cheers  ;)

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2644 on: August 16, 2007, 02:01:00 PM »
Hello helper,

welcome on board and on this hard job.

Otto

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« Reply #2644 on: August 16, 2007, 02:01:00 PM »
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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2645 on: August 17, 2007, 04:18:13 AM »
Yep I second that, welcome aboard helper.

btw otto I am getting some interesting things using Caduceus coils on a true mobious loop, it may amount to nothing but I will post my findings should it amount to anything significant.

So far I have got a 9.2 Mhz resonance of the coil from a 17Khz square wave source directly from my function generator. So I am tweaking it to see if I can get that 5Mhz sweet spot scalar wave. It may amount to nothing, but then again this may be possible.  If so then potentially it would only require one low voltage square wave source to get the multiple side band harmonics as well as the 5mhz carrier.

I have not tried this design before so there are a lot of unknown factors. Although interestingly the scope probe only has to be within about 10cm  of the device to pick up the square wave and spikes. No physical connection is required when using Caduceus coils. (which is something I have to be very careful of) Obviously with only two sections of 20 cross over  Caduceus coils the output at the moment is only about 300 millivolt (with mobius loop isolated from source signal) however I did notice that if you phase the square wave that either the upper or lower become dominate it is easy to flip the output +/- in this setup (the same seems to apply to lesser degree in standard coils) Which creates another interesting scenario. If the square wave is phased in this way at say 50 or 60 hz would it still be possible to generate an output? If so it will be directly AC. Without the need for an inverter.

Interestingly with a perfect balance on the Caduceus coils of the peak and trench square waves. On the power output of the function generator there is no load power from the collector loop, but as soon as I make on more dominant than the other, power starts to flow. If you have this on the scope you can actually see two of the peaks swap places around the a central peak

May amount to nothing, but was interesting to watch.

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2646 on: August 17, 2007, 07:18:57 AM »
Hello all,

@13thHouR

If you have an idea then build a coil, test it, post your results......

Even the craziest idea can be a good idea!!!!

When I see that my power supply is starting to pump I also disconnect my scope and do the same as you: my scope probe is NEAR the coils but NOT connected. In this way I hope to safe my scope,ha,ha. My Tectronix is still waiting to be repaired.

Otto

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2647 on: August 17, 2007, 09:24:06 AM »

@13thHouR

By posting the details of your setup now you will get the benefit of experiences of many. In this work, every little helps. On the plus side you may bring some new insight to the table.

AM

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2648 on: August 18, 2007, 12:26:56 PM »
Hi Everyone,

@Helper,

Glad to have you on board with the project, the more hands working on this, the faster we will get results :).

@Everyone,

I am currently working on a sophisticated control circuit (finally) based on a microcontroller and the AD9959 DDS chip This thing is awesome, check out the datasheet here:

http://www.analog.com/UploadedFiles/Data_Sheets/210775240AD9959_0.pdf

Now I'm trying to figure out how to make the part of the control unit that will monitor the voltage output from the collector coil. My thought is to setup an automated test setup that can sweep through various frequencies and record the voltage output. I would take the output from the collector coil, rectify it, and store that in a large capacitor with a resister on it. And then measure across the resistor to get the integrated voltage value.

Ideally, I would like to see if I can find an IC like a digital volt meter that could directly measure across the resistor and convert that into a binary value that my microcontroller can read (just like an A/D converter). The only difference is that this should be able to handle voltages up to 1000V just like a regular DVM. If anyone knows of any ICs that may be able to do this, that would be great.

The control circuit I am designing will drive the tube stage that I have been working on to find the three frequencies of conversion for my TPU.

God Bless,
Jason O

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2648 on: August 18, 2007, 12:26:56 PM »
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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2649 on: August 18, 2007, 02:17:43 PM »
Jason,

I would suggest a good RMS-DC converter chip, followed by a "dual-slope integrating A/D converter" chip that can interface to your processor.

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2650 on: August 18, 2007, 10:38:14 PM »
Hi ZPE,

Thanks for the tips. I'm looking around to see what is available now. Would you happen to know of any good ICs out there that would work for the voltage range I need?

God Bless,
Jason O

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2650 on: August 18, 2007, 10:38:14 PM »
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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2651 on: August 18, 2007, 11:21:02 PM »
Jason,

You're not likely to find any OTS chips that will handle anything higher than 10V or so, but that's no problem. In fact the way it is done is to use an attenuator stage, similar to how regular voltmeters work.

Build your own attenuator network, and if you are not too concerned about high precision, using 5% resistors will do the job.

If you want to measure the collector coil's power output as you sweep through your frequencies etc., then I would suggest you connect the coil output to a fairly heavy load of known value and of pure resistance (i.e. non-inductive). This way the output voltage is not likely to be very high in amplitude, and no attenuators or high voltage measurement necessary. All that you need do now is measure the voltage across this known load with a good RMS-DC converter, and with the known load resistance, you can calculate output power on the fly.

Or were you wanting to do something else?

Darren

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2652 on: August 20, 2007, 07:19:36 PM »
I've created a simple simulation of moving fields generated by a 2 phase system.

It's something basic which is happening in AC motors, linear accelerators, etc..

Notice in the animation the RED and BLUE  waves are STATIONARY  (x-axis is distance),  and the GREEN wave which is the summation of the two waves is  MOVING !!!

Hope you enjoy this, it might help somebody.

EM

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2653 on: August 21, 2007, 04:00:23 AM »
EM, thanks for the animation.

I suppose the same could be done with 3 phases.  :)

Darren

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Re: The Master Of Magnetics "Steven Mark"
« Reply #2654 on: August 21, 2007, 04:11:07 AM »
Sure, 3 phases would give you the same moving field if phased just right (120deg apart I believe)

But I won't bother with that simulation  :)

I hope you guys can appreciate the insight Nicola Tesla had more then 100 years ago when there were no computers like we have today.   He envisioned this all in his head !!!    What a visionary !!   Ha Ha   :D


Now,  I believe people need to grasp such basic concepts in order to figure out the SM toroidal power unit (TPU).  He talks about rotation etc, so I wouldn't doubt that he uses a simular concept albeit the field directions can be different, the phenomena could be electric/or maybe just magnetic, etc..  Lots of variables to play with.

EM

 

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