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Author Topic: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze  (Read 15116404 times)

Offline idzaza

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16965 on: April 16, 2013, 02:29:07 PM »
»TK - This is better just this device, god let us all have it, if anyone wants to use it, it is here.«

There is a slight but persistent annoyance with that statement, I think. >:(
I understand what you mean, however let do not forget it was 2004 before all these greedy people got involved, lawyers etc started manipulating him, plus useless government did nothing.
These people gave to Tk impression that he will become wealthy man, he just need to sell it for a good price (meaning looking for the buyer); I am not for anarchy but hate this lawyers and lawmakers who just in some cases make their own life easy. Well, that is just my opinion.
Who said TK knows nothing about electronics or mechanics, he knows a lot about it, he has been working on various projects without any support from anyone for decade as far as I learnt and before he show this device. The device I believe is not fake, neither he did not lie about the resonance as there are already coming up some results from experiments conducted by not only Russians showing power amplifications. In the bank going 220 volts, what for? I do not know but is it only for HV HF circuit that does not need that. 12 volt is enough but for transistors I think something like IGBT? I know yet nothing, I am just trying to find out what is the hell in the bank; it might be small circuit and ferrite transformer for HV HF or just a small circuit feeding IGBT this last feeding induction coil on the TK coil using again ferrite for induction reason. Please do not criticise me I myself know not more than you. It might be very simple might not be. Peace :)

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16966 on: April 16, 2013, 03:31:04 PM »
In the bank going 220 volts, what for? I do not know but is it only for HV HF circuit that does not need that. 12 volt is enough but for transistors I think something like IGBT? I know yet nothing, I am just trying to find out what is the hell in the bank; it might be small circuit and ferrite transformer for HV HF or just a small circuit feeding IGBT this last feeding induction coil on the TK coil using again ferrite for induction reason. Please do not criticise me I myself know not more than you. It might be very simple might not be. Peace :)
Did you mean induction heater with transformer circuit?  The following items (small circuit , ferrite transformer for HV HF or just a small circuit feeding IGBT, induction coil) present inside the induction stove... 

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16967 on: April 16, 2013, 03:47:19 PM »
 The reason I have been absent is that I have made it to the next step in my replication of the electrodynamic generator machine that Tesla tried to bring to us after his invention of the AC system we all know today.


 I have started to build the main field coils around a round split iron stock. Here are some pictures to wet the appetite...
 **** See pictures below ****

 I wrapped the halves in electrical tape and have started to wrap the 1/4 coils with wire taken from Very high speed network cables. The wire is obviously magnetic as you can see the disk magnets that I am gonna use for the exciter cling to the wire roll. This is copper coated tin I believe but I am not sure to be exact. It is magnetic though and I think this will help to separate the magnetic field from the electric and let the electric flow better. It's almost like purifying the electric field. It actually gets stronger for the absence of the magnetic field. The iron stock was soft iron, the diameter is 1 inch and the diameter of both halves is on the outside 10 inches and the inside diameter with wire less then 8 inches.

 This is the field core section and I know that the solid iron core will have a good amount of heating as the field cores iron channels the magnetic field. But since the magnetic field will not be involved in the generation of the electric fields used in this device we don't have to worry about the bad parts except for the heat.

 I plan on mounting the field coils in a clamshell type of engine housing. The field coils will be held to the clamshell by brass connectors and the unit should operate like a PMH once charged up. To work on the device and open the clam shell, one will have to reverse the charge on the joining faces of the iron half circles. This will be accomplished by wrapping counter coils at the joins of the half circle of iron around special brass fittings that will guide the iron halves together when closing the half shell of the engine.

 The nature of the device should allow a lenz-less sort of setup and the prime mover will actually have little effort in spinning the core in the opposite direction that the field coils are traveling in, besides the normal cogging. This should increase the generation through a doubling of the speed that the electric field lines cut the core rotor assembly. The prime mover or motor unit will have to be made special accordingly to Tesla's advice in the patent. Basically a special AC induction motor designed to transform the higher voltage into so a very nasty high current and magnetic fields in the prime movers core. This allows very little energy to be lost in the transmission of the high voltages used in the special induction motor used as the prime mover. And if there is voltage leakage I can always design special static shielding of the wires carrying the high voltage. This will allow a very efficient system to operate without leakage of the electric field. The aluminum housing should also act like a static bubble over the generator device as well and keep the electric field inside of the clamshell.

 Tesla said this method was the most powerful converters he witnessed. He said that he could not stop the unit from running. Any attempt to do so would increase the current capability of the generator and would always try to attain synchronization with the exciter generator on the front of the unit.

 The magnets that I have procured are Neodymium 52's I believe. I'll have to check again but the pull of each magnet is 24 pounds. These are strong magnets and should help in the generation of the exciter section to help energize the field coils. Since I will be using the exciter in high voltage mode it should only have the pull or cogging of the regular pull or attraction of iron to the magnets themselves.

 I got 4 magnets of 2 inches outside diameter so that I can mess with the stacking. I'll start at single magnet stacks and mount them so that a bolt with a washer like plate holds the magnets into place in the exciter rotor section. All of the exciter magnets and rotor core will be on the same shaft and connected in such a way that the electric field will turn in opposition of the prime mover direction.

 I still need the rotor axel and bearings. The core still needs to be designed and made. So I have a bit of experimenting to do with the design of the rotor. The unit case still needs to be designed and made as well. At first I will use wood and see how the prototype works out. Then if I get the kind of response that I expect the case should be made out of aluminum to facilitate better heat dissipation as an upgrade.

 The filed coils will be 7" long with a 1 inch gap between the phases. Two phases on each half and every other phase will be joined into a bifilar type winding. One quarter phase will be wound in opposite direction to its mate. This should reduce the resistance by induction and only result in a better voltage response to the impulses going to the field coils. Each phase needs a gap and they can be fully adjusted to work in harmony with each other by that adjustment. The joining splits are 1/2 inch on either end. The circumference of each half circle of iron is 16 inches with two inches reserved for the gaps. The half gap in Between the two phases will be used for the brass fittings that will hold each half circle of iron to the clam shell and slotted brass fittings will be used in the connections of the two halves together. These slotted brass fittings will also house the coils to unclamp the two half circles of iron as well.

 The first picture is of the core with electrical tape insulating the core.
 The second picture is of a partial winding of one half phase.
 The third picture is of the magnets I will be using and how it sticks to the network wire I am using.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16968 on: April 16, 2013, 05:02:17 PM »
  And this statement:
                                So simple you would laugh...

   Guys:  This a NOT a complicated high tech device, only using old electrical junk, an old dead battery, 400 watt inverter, some coils and spark gap.  Probably not even ferrite (anything special) type coils.
 
  Too good to be true, but it is... Maybe it is God given for us all, like he says.

   


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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16969 on: April 16, 2013, 05:16:46 PM »
  And this statement:
                                So simple you would laugh...

   Guys:  This a NOT a complicated high tech device, only using old electrical junk, an old dead battery, 400 watt inverter, some coils and spark gap.  Probably not even ferrite (anything special) type coils.
 
  Too good to be true, but it is... Maybe it is God given for us all, like he says.

 

Hope you are right Nick. If its not faked I tend to agree with you and as I posted earlier, get the right junk together and connect it up every which way. I favour a transformer feedback loop to try and get that nice electrical overload noise that TK had in the 2004 tin box video.  ;D

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16970 on: April 16, 2013, 05:18:00 PM »
hi idzaza can you translate how TK said about gravity in these video?? your translation is VERY important to solve the problem.thx
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1l6TGpe0uKs

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16971 on: April 16, 2013, 05:40:20 PM »
So simple.... ?

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16972 on: April 16, 2013, 06:05:57 PM »
  Hoppy and All:
  Agreed, but the first thing may be to just get the thing working, without the feed-back, as that may be the tricky part. If we can get it to produce anywhere close to the same mentioned output, even without self charging, that would be 95% there. 
One thing at a time. As any steps forward are better than what we have had up to now.
  When I hear that translation,   it rings like the truth... 
  So, simple? Yes, that is what he says...  we made it complicated.

    NickZ


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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16973 on: April 16, 2013, 06:13:53 PM »
  Hoppy and All:
  Agreed, but the first thing may be to just get the thing working, without the feed-back, as that may be the tricky part. If we can get it to produce anywhere close to the same mentioned output, even without self charging, that would be 95% there. 
One thing at a time. As any steps forward are better than what we have had up to now.
  When I hear that translation,   it rings like the truth...

    NickZ

But feedback from the outset may well be the only way to achieve the desired self-running result.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16974 on: April 16, 2013, 06:38:23 PM »
   Hoppy:
   Of course, but it may not be essential for it to produce the much higher output from 0.4 watts input, or so.
  The input could also come from a very small solar panel/inverter set up, as well.
The feed-back issue is very important, once it's working right.
 The translation is indicating that it can be started by a bump start from a old sulfated dead battery, that is given enough charge to just get the device going. Just like the starter in your car, it won't start without it, but is really only needed once, or only once in a while, so even an old battery, or a grid powered source will work, just to start it.
 I wonder if the inverter is a 12v to 220v Dc to Ac., and not 110v, as maybe it's important to have sufficient input power to kick start it up and going.

  NickZ


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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16975 on: April 16, 2013, 07:18:09 PM »
 A finished 1/4 phase coil.



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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16976 on: April 16, 2013, 07:19:26 PM »
   Hoppy:
   Of course, but it may not be essential for it to produce the much higher output from 0.4 watts input, or so.
  The input could also come from a very small solar panel/inverter set up, as well.
The feed-back issue is very important, once it's working right.
 The translation is indicating that it can be started by a bump start from a old sulfated dead battery, that is given enough charge to just get the device going. Just like the starter in your car, it won't start without it, but is really only needed once, or only once in a while, so even an old battery, or a grid powered source will work, just to start it.
 I wonder if the inverter is a 12v to 220v Dc to Ac., and not 110v, as maybe it's important to have sufficient input power to kick start it up and going.

  NickZ

Agreed, but what I am trying to say albeit not clearly enough, is that the feedback loop may need to be in place from the outset for the 'kick start' to work. It is clear from the tin can and green box videos that TK is using a battery for the 'kick start'.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16977 on: April 16, 2013, 07:23:54 PM »
 Almost all the examples given by TK have a battery involved for the kick start. In the warehouse disk motor it was a 9 volt battery and in the showcase video behind glass was another 9 volt battery to kick off the oscillation to light the bank of bright lights. Once the process starts it doesn't need anything to sustain itself. You just have to remember to establish a tight control over the current flow within the device. Shunting all extra current back to the ground, weather or not the ground is virtual or not, it works the same for either way.

 In most cases the load will take a tad big more then it could provide. This keeps a build up of charge almost impossible and the unit becomes stable but periodically shunting the extra if any to the ground to keep the balance.

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Re: Selfrunning Free Energy devices up to 5 KW from Tariel Kapanadze
« Reply #16978 on: April 16, 2013, 07:36:40 PM »
Almost all the examples given by TK have a battery involved for the kick start. In the warehouse disk motor it was a 9 volt battery and in the showcase video behind glass was another 9 volt battery to kick off the oscillation to light the bank of bright lights. Once the process starts it doesn't need anything to sustain itself. You just have to remember to establish a tight control over the current flow within the device. Shunting all extra current back to the ground, weather or not the ground is virtual or not, it works the same for either way.

 In most cases the load will take a tad big more then it could provide. This keeps a build up of charge almost impossible and the unit becomes stable but periodically shunting the extra if any to the ground to keep the balance.

Clearly then you have already achieved this feat. Is your latest project above intended as an improvement on your first?

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« Reply #16979 on: April 16, 2013, 07:39:58 PM »
Dear verpies,

Well our local shop, for local people, were all out of Dilithum and would not be getting more for at least a millenia!! :)

I have thought of a different approach. To try with a Single coil Royer oscillator tuned to say 175/180 Khz.

With my 20 V bench power supply I should be able to achieve a near 60 v P/P.. From Pi * V.   Calculated RMS of 21.21 V

Now should I stick with my 7 micro H coil?  Another thought. Would copper tube or thin sheet allow for better penetration? If tube what about a longtidudinal coil inside said tube? (ie wound lengthwise)

And finally would the DC current drawn at input be a close assumption of output power?

Cheers Grum.