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Author Topic: New Overunity Transformer from Alexander Kugushov  (Read 113440 times)

Offline jhewitt1976

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Re: New Overunity Transformer from Alexander Kugushov
« Reply #60 on: August 30, 2012, 10:48:32 PM »
The fact you may be able to create an equalibrium of voltage leaving the secondary+ set of windings, the current is dramatically reduced by both the "step Up" process and the natural resistance from the length and guage of the windings, the amount of current produced by the secondary+ windings is not enough to create a transformer that can produce a true "0 OHMs" transformer, nor "0 Watts" as you put it, even an isolation type transformer and not even a step type.

J.

Offline jhewitt1976

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Re: New Overunity Transformer from Alexander Kugushov
« Reply #61 on: August 31, 2012, 12:22:54 AM »
Question, Based on a coment of yours "All power station can work from feedback electric." my work objective was always 'To have each house, RV, car whatever to produce it's own energy' why would you want to create a means of reducing the big company's "cost of production" by 90%+" do you honestly think they would lower the charges on the consumer ???

J.

Offline deslomeslager

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Re: New Overunity Transformer from Alexander Kugushov
« Reply #62 on: February 07, 2014, 04:52:05 PM »
Did anyone look at this movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwvmkOKE0xE ? (15:32 minutes and onward)
Of course, again the language barrier is there.
How ever, he is telling us about a test he was going to perform. If the supercaps would have been there.

He draws a schematic, like 4 times a capacitor with a zener diode on it. He says that suppose the discharge takes 1 second and charging takes 3 seconds, then with 4 diodes? I think he is going to say overunity. he also explains about a transistor switching the supercaps on and off.

If you would put a (high) voltage on the anode of the zener diode, the zener would take out a specific voltage, and let the rest of the voltage (current) go to the supercap. And the other way around, to tap energy from the supercap is easy, since the zenerdiode will act as a normal diode in forward usage.

Did anyone think about what he was going to say? He drew a transformer in the schematic as well (with two more diodes). Perhaps he wants to discharge a capacitor (in 1 second)  by pulsing it to the transfomer, and .. .. uhm. What next? The transformer could output power back to charge the other 3 supercaps. He does say the word phase as he draws a piece of the transformer. he also shows a small graph with output voltages. I am not sure if it is a voltage in the transformer or from one of the capacitors. The graph does end with an arrow pointing to the 2.2 (discharge) seconds (which he later on changes to 3 seconds).

Any how, I have no idea, but that is what a forum is for. If everyone does some suggestions we might figure it out. And if there are no special devices or wires needed, we can easily replicate the idea.