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Author Topic: Over Unity Lightbulb  (Read 43159 times)

Offline elgersmad

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #45 on: November 14, 2010, 12:19:45 AM »
The solution if the graph is linear is simple.  But, not if your simulator doesn't allow for an IF THEN programming statement in the code for the model. 
By placing this code at the end of the calculation done to determin LP_Variable, it fixes the model.

IF LP_Variable > LMax then
LP_Variable = LMax
END IF

Offline elgersmad

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #46 on: November 15, 2010, 12:32:27 AM »
Now, concerning all whom have updated and upgraded their transformer models before spending any money, use the circuit simulator to insure that they've managed to get close to the right values of capacitors to use with each stage of the circuit.

RFParts is the Place to shop

It's the one place you can get all of the capacitors that won't overheat during circuit operation.  Can't do much if you don't pay attention to your core sizes and ampere turns.  Both saturation and overheating are a problems that you will want to avoid.  There is only one real special part to order and buy and that would be the glass coil that needs to be filled with a gas and evacuated to 0.1 to 0.01 Torr in order to respond correctly and produce a plasma.

Offline elgersmad

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #47 on: November 15, 2010, 12:36:43 AM »
This is when I sit down to think about if there is anyone that can really follow instructions.  This is when I look at it, and think about who really reads it, and how many people really get thier hands on the circuits before they draw conclusions.  I've built these circuits and they do work.  Other than that, it's a matter of what you choose to believe.  You cannot discover a place, if you never leave to find it.  It just reminds me of how easy it was to think that the world was flat.  As long as no-one looks, no-one knows that it's not and anyone will argue that it is so long as nobody moves.

Offline Kator01

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #48 on: November 22, 2010, 02:35:41 AM »
Hi elgersmad,

sounds like you are discouraged but I tell you that only 1 out 100 would be able to do a hand-on experiment with such a topic here because this hf-stuff is not easy and needs a good background-knowledge. Despite this so many things are going on in these times that you have to take into consideration that if there is 1 out of 100 .. does he have the time and the circumstances to do it ?
Concernig hf I speak of experience...

Regards

Kator01

Offline elgersmad

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #49 on: November 22, 2010, 06:00:23 AM »
Hi elgersmad,

sounds like you are discouraged but I tell you that only 1 out 100 would be able to do a hand-on experiment with such a topic here because this hf-stuff is not easy and needs a good background-knowledge. Despite this so many things are going on in these times that you have to take into consideration that if there is 1 out of 100 .. does he have the time and the circumstances to do it ?
Concernig hf I speak of experience...

Regards

Kator01

I do realize that is true.  I've read some part of the census's statistics.  I also believe that this Forum in that we are all pursuing clean energy, would also realize that if we are truly serious, this should also be the place to report scams, and admit failure.  Idealistically, this should be the place we all accept that everything has not been done, and not every possibility looked into in enough detail.  The man who wrote the laws of thermodynamics, rode a horse drawn carriage to work, and that ain't enough technology to make a prediction about what the future would hold, and he in no way in a place or time to have it all, nor have tested it all to have really known what would and would not be possible.  In 1930, you may have predicted that man never go to the moon, and died before it ever came to pass.  It doesn't mean that we didn't.

I started a new thread over at mythbusters forums.  I pretty well end it with a better set of transformers T1 through T3, so if you do have experience, my choices in wire has changed to Litz wire, and my choice of cores has changed.  T1 is still the same air core.  T2 is a stack of four T-400-2.  T3 is up in the air and not if you special order Metglas cores for that operating frequency.  Pricey.

Offline baroutologos

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Re: Over Unity Lightbulb
« Reply #50 on: November 22, 2010, 07:35:28 AM »
Anyone knowledgeable enough that tried what this man says?