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Author Topic: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works  (Read 30934 times)

Offline ourbobby

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #30 on: July 14, 2009, 03:38:31 PM »

I know how a gray tube works and posted some info. regarding that.

Enjoy your day.

Well buddy, you seem very quick to dismiss the ambitions of others on this thread. Perhaps, you would care to elaborate your intimate knowledge of the workings of the Gray tube - if indeed it actually contributes anything to the running of the Gray Motor. Especially as you seem to think that a capacitor is unable to pass DC current. Maybe you do not really know how the Gray Tube works.

Now you have a good day, regards

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #30 on: July 14, 2009, 03:38:31 PM »

turbo

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #31 on: July 15, 2009, 08:04:00 AM »
Well mister Bobby i hate to say, but Mr.Quarktoo is absolutely correct.
If you take a simple capacitor and connect it in series with a DC voltage source, there will be exaclty one spike when the circuit is closed.

This spike represents the charging up capacitor.
When the voltage of the cap reaches the same voltage of the source, the capacitor will stop conducting.

This is very simple to try.
As you can see this mechanism can also be used as a passive switch.
It can be used to pull the plug in a high voltage circuit, and then when voltages equal,it will abrubtly block the high voltage flow which is exactly what we need.
Extremly short high voltage bursts.

Marco.

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #32 on: July 16, 2009, 07:41:06 AM »
Well mister Bobby i hate to say, but Mr.Quarktoo is absolutely correct.

Marco.

Well mister Bobby i hate to say, but Mr.Quarktoo is absolutely correct.

Marco.

Hi there,
            I have no doubt that your simple explanation works. I have been known to use this phenomena occasionally.

I also use capacitors to smooth out the DC ripple current from rectified power supplies, obtaining a continuous supply of DC current. Also, the experiment that I am working on at the moment, to simulate the Tesla burst phenomena also takes only the surface charge off of the capacitor, leaving the capacitor approximately 70% charged. Capacitors do not have to be completely discharged. It is worth the effort to try and think of capacitors as batteries occasionally.

A problem for me when setting up experiments, is the lack of initiative from the classical experts, when I might be looking for some unusual explanation. This is not to say that you are one of these. However, as you seem to have missed Tesla's concept of continuous current to provide oscillations for energy conversions, without completely discharging the capacitor, I am not surprised that you have jumped in to defend Electronics 101.

Another problem out there, is the number of clever people who jump in without giving credence to information supplied and respect for others on a forum.  In regards to the Gray Tube. I would be most interested to hear of someone who can categorically state - before signing out of a thread - how this tube works. Especially, if sufficient effort is given to, for example, determining whether the actual patent has described the tube and its orientation and operation correctly. Given that E V Gray knew diddly dit about electronics. And, in particular the capacitive nature of the Gray tube. I shall not go into any further details of the Gray Tube research. Well past electronic 101.


I'll get out of your hair,

Regards



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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #32 on: July 16, 2009, 07:41:06 AM »
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turbo

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #33 on: July 16, 2009, 09:45:51 AM »
What on earth are you blanting about man.
I can discharge a capacitor 1000 times before it goes empty.
And i will remind you, you know nothing about me so keep you pro-visions okay.
All i said was capacitors block DC and this is correct.

M.

Offline ourbobby

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #34 on: July 16, 2009, 11:31:25 AM »
What on earth are you blanting about man.


What you said was this ...

 "If you take a simple capacitor and connect it in series with a DC voltage source, there will be exaclty one spike when the circuit is closed."

Now I see that you are adjusting your position. I must say, as soon as I see this type of approach I know the argument is futile. Try thinking about the original statements.

Good night

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #34 on: July 16, 2009, 11:31:25 AM »
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turbo

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #35 on: July 16, 2009, 12:33:04 PM »
They are both the same thing.

1.A capacitor stops conducting when the voltage reaches the same level as the source voltage.

2.Therefore a charged capacitor does not pass DC.

Make up your mind.

Then you start to talk about what i am missing...


you seem to have missed Tesla's concept of continuous current to provide oscillations for energy conversions, without completely discharging the capacitor, I am not surprised that you have jumped in to defend Electronics 101.


Don't do that!

Also this:


I also use capacitors to smooth out the DC ripple current from rectified power supplies, obtaining a continuous supply of DC current.


In this case the capacitors DO NOT pass DC current.
In fact if they would, we would be dealing with a short circuit.
In this case the capacitors store energy, and release energy when the supply voltage drops below the capacitor voltage.

That's a diffrent thing, and in fact, this works BECAUSE capacitors block DC when charged to supply voltage.
Like i said otherwise it would be a dead short.

Marco.

Offline stanis

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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2009, 12:24:14 PM »
See this may be he has figured out how the Gray Tubes works

He is doing the same thing that Gray demonstrated in 70's

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yxMf3n5lxsU

Stanis



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Re: How the Gray Tube Circuit Works
« Reply #36 on: August 08, 2009, 12:24:14 PM »
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