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Author Topic: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts  (Read 419352 times)

Offline a.king21

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #525 on: June 17, 2012, 08:43:16 PM »
Hi a.king21
I see, I been reading already  :) , do you have a good source of Kapanadse schematics and information, as I understand there is really not much on it.

Thanks.
http://www.overunity.com/7679/selfrunning-free-energy-devices-up-to-5-kw-from-tariel-kapanadze/new/topicseen/#new
 
800 pages and rising.. and we still haven't figured it out lol.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #526 on: June 17, 2012, 10:24:01 PM »
Both Kapanadze and  Don Smith are the same concepts ,there is no other way...just interesting variations...

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Offline minde4000

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #528 on: June 17, 2012, 10:39:14 PM »
Well have you forest? Or you know anyone who has? Please share  :P
I always tought about combining series and parallel resonances with 2 different coils: one is multiplying magnetic field another electric field. Put them both on a same core drive both so they always resonate in phase to each other - parallel LC magnetic peeks in phase with series LC electric peaks and wind a third much smaller collector/extractor coil to use that strong agitated field... :) one of the million ideas...
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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #529 on: June 17, 2012, 11:07:26 PM »
Well have you forest? Or you know anyone who has? Please share  :P
I always tought about combining series and parallel resonances with 2 different coils: one is multiplying magnetic field another electric field. Put them both on a same core drive both so they always resonate in phase to each other - parallel LC magnetic peeks in phase with series LC electric peaks and wind a third much smaller collector/extractor coil to use that strong agitated field... :) one of the million ideas...
Minde

Yeah, ideas are against us. Life is too short to test all of them  ;D No, I have no working unit yet, I wish so, but counting from my personal abilities to build something it will take years he he.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #530 on: June 18, 2012, 01:49:23 AM »
Why of why Don Smith from time to time was telling such an absurd! Sometimes he seemed to over emphasize stuff by a huge scale there were times when his statements were simply making me laugh out loud!  Like a demo with lights in that tesla symposium he was at - black suit case output - they only achieved 60-70 volts and yet some dude from the crowd was calculating final output (1KW) based on how many and what wattage of lights were on a board - forgetting to mention the clear fact that they were dim with only 50% of rated voltage achieved only half of the voltage! So the maximum draw should have been around 500w only and almost any car battery or two can sustain such 40+ amps @ 12VDC for such a short time period... he was so anxious to shut it down as soon as possible! Why he could not have run it for half and hour or duration of the show? But then who knows.. I wish I was there with my multimeter and scope :)
 However - there also were statements spoken that made me think -  there he is and looks like he knows and understands a thing or two..
 So  I am confused... but did build his stuff anyway.
 
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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #531 on: June 18, 2012, 02:28:46 AM »
well, don't speak for  all  :o

What are you saying forest???? that YOU have done it, and not sharing ? and now you are saying you havent...???


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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #534 on: June 18, 2012, 12:43:30 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbkvXoDfk7g&feature=relmfu  ???
I watched this video and I don't understand why are you implying that it shows a working OU device.

The Yoke Device was much more convincing - 100W of output after a stimulation with 10W from DDS signal generators. Maybe due to NMR.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #535 on: June 18, 2012, 05:29:51 PM »
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbkvXoDfk7g&feature=relmfu  ???

It looks like a regular transformer to me... :-\ any 12v power supply can do that with enoght amps with a stepUp transformer 12 > 120


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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #536 on: June 18, 2012, 07:06:07 PM »
It looks like a regular transformer to me... :-\ any 12v power supply can do that with enoght amps with a stepUp transformer 12 > 120
No, any transformer cannot do that.  You are confusing Volts with Watts.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #537 on: June 18, 2012, 11:05:01 PM »
I watched this video and I don't understand why are you implying that it shows a working OU device.

The Yoke Device was much more convincing - 100W of output after a stimulation with 10W from DDS signal generators. Maybe due to NMR.

Now I think you must be joking! What is more convincing : self-running device powering 150W bulb or a mystical device powering 100W bulb with unknown input power incorrectly measured probably ?
You know it is like with kacher circuit : one user posted video when he lit 60W bulb from small kacher from 20V input so what ? Everybody jumped with excitation but I found his comments on russian forum  - there was no OU there, kacher is sucking energy from pwoer source at so high frequency that no common measurement tools can catch it properly (even analog ampermeter probably do not show correct value) - the only  way seems to measure battery depletion over time or run this circuit from precharged big capacitor.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #538 on: June 19, 2012, 09:50:58 AM »
Now I think you must be joking! What is more convincing : self-running device powering 150W bulb or a mystical device powering 100W bulb with unknown input power incorrectly measured probably ?
You know it is like with kacher circuit : one user posted video when he lit 60W bulb from small kacher from 20V input so what ? Everybody jumped with excitation but I found his comments on russian forum  - there was no OU there, kacher is sucking energy from power source at so high frequency that no common measurement tools can catch it properly (even analog ammmeter probably do not show correct value) - the only  way seems to measure battery depletion over time or run this circuit from precharged big capacitor.
Yes, a self-running device is always more convincing than badly measured one at 10W/100W In/Out.
However I did not see the SR193 device self-running.

Yes, lighting a 100W incandescent light bulb does not mean 100W dissipated in the bulb without comparing the the bulb's luminosity to the same bulb supplied with known DC.  However video evidence can give some unscientific indication of the light output.

The power input of the Yoke Device was not measured directly. However the DDS signal generators were capable of sourcing maximum of 500mA and 10V which puts a hard limit on their output power.  This is only a 2* 5W limit - not their actual output power (which could have been far less)

I reject the explanation that the Yoke Device is sucking more power out of the DACs in these DDS signal generators than the aforementioned limit.

By the way: Reliable high frequency power measurement can be cheaply made ($10) and up to 1GHz with the  ADL5391 analog multiplier and a similar circuit to the one depicted here.  Every OU researcher should build one.

Supplying energy from a precharged capacitor is a reliable method of measuring energy consumption if capacitors exhibiting the dielectric soak effect are avoided.
Its disadvantage is the inability to measure only the DUT - because many DUTs do not operate on DC and require auxiliary circuits (e.g. oscillators, regulators) that also consume input power.

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Re: Magnetic Resonance Devices based on Don Smith Concepts
« Reply #539 on: August 09, 2012, 06:49:31 PM »
playing wit plasma globe it is possible to power 4 led lamp (220V 2W) no matter to put it on ground or on aluminium foil.
I have measured frequency between close to 60 - 70 kHz's

Hi Wings,

Did you do any other experiments?

What is your power in and out? Has anyone else replicated this stuff?

Best regards,

Ged