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Winding a computer fan coil for transistor feedback in Bedini circuits.

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  • Winding a computer fan coil for transistor feedback in Bedini circuits.

    I am trying to replicate this circuit. Bodkins - Bedini ground energy generator.


    I had built some monopole circuits in the past and noticed that their behavior is not completely described in physics textbooks.

    I want to make the CPU fan coil correctly.

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    I am not sure how fans are rewired to accomplish this.
    Are they rewound?
    Where should I cut windings and add an extra pin?

    Trigger coil consists of two coils wound in OPPOSITE DIRECTION and power coil consists of two coils wound in OPPOSITE DIRECTION
    or
    Trigger coil consists of two coils wound in SAME DIRECTION and power coil consists of two coils wound in SAME DIRECTION
    ?

    Trigger coil consists of two coils that are 90 degrees to each other and power coil consists of two coils that are 90 degrees to each other
    or
    Trigger coil consists of two coils that are 180 degrees to each other and power coil consists of two coils that are 190 degrees to each other
    ?


    Those are two coils harvested from two computer cooling fans.
    What ignition coil should I use for this setup?

    Thank you.
    V.T.
    Last edited by tarakan; 04-30-2014, 09:29 PM.
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