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  • Faraday88
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    Originally posted by RS_ View Post
    OK, you are showing 8 strands with 2 strands in parallel on each coil, and 4 coils in series, is that correct...?
    And if so, you should make the 2 strand coils hooked up as series connected strands as well as connecting the individual coils in series... and then you need to put that output into a cap pulser, and or do the Konehead Ring the Ring trick to boost the genny energy collection into the cap pulser.......
    Hi RS,
    Could please elaborate on the 'konehead ring trick' I guess it has something to do with the coil shorting methods..
    Thank you in advance.
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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  • RS_
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    Deuis,

    Great Setup, Great Experiments, Good Job.......

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  • Yaro1776
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    Originally posted by Deuis View Post
    I've been testing my SG with various magnet combinations to see how spacing effects performance.

    12V primary. Same trigger resistance. 26" wheel.

    6 magnets, 77hz, 210V peaks, .7A primary per coil.
    18 magnets, 222hz, 212V peaks, 2.4A primary per coil.
    36 magnets, 299hz, 216V peaks, 3.1A primary per coil.

    I thought that the tight magnet spacings would effect the peak V but this hasn't been the case.
    It does seem to have an effect to the top speed of the wheel however.

    The 36 magnet wheel running 299hz was pushing a 12V x 100ah battery to 13.2 fairly quickly.

    [ATTACH=CONFIG]7011[/ATTACH]
    Hey John,

    Looks like things are getting very interesting in this experimentation - love the set-up!

    Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing...

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  • Deuis
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    I've been testing my SG with various magnet combinations to see how spacing effects performance.

    12V primary. Same trigger resistance. 26" wheel.

    6 magnets, 77hz, 210V peaks, .7A primary per coil.
    18 magnets, 222hz, 212V peaks, 2.4A primary per coil.
    36 magnets, 299hz, 216V peaks, 3.1A primary per coil.

    I thought that the tight magnet spacings would effect the peak V but this hasn't been the case.
    It does seem to have an effect to the top speed of the wheel however.

    The 36 magnet wheel running 299hz was pushing a 12V x 100ah battery to 13.2 fairly quickly.

    18ga.jpg

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  • John_Koorn
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    Wow! that is cool. Although I'm having trouble seeing all of the images, aside from the 15 thumbnails. I can only see a full sized version of the first image.

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  • Deuis
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    https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...04885318311090

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  • John_Koorn
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    Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
    @RS and others It was my response for the Truth seekers not for hooligans!!!
    Faraday, can you please stop detracting this thread. From what I've read you haven't added any valuable discussion to the research Deuis is doing.

    Unless you can add something meaningful to the thread I'm going to have you banned. There will be no further warnings.

    John K.

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  • Deuis
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    Yes its an 8 Strand coil with pairs of strands in parallel.
    These pairs are in series.

    Early days yet, but yes thats the plan.

    Heres a chart of this coil in the 3 different combinations.
    Gens.JPG

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  • RS_
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    OK, you are showing 8 strands with 2 strands in parallel on each coil, and 4 coils in series, is that correct...?
    And if so, you should make the 2 strand coils hooked up as series connected strands as well as connecting the individual coils in series... and then you need to put that output into a cap pulser, and or do the Konehead Ring the Ring trick to boost the genny energy collection into the cap pulser.......

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  • Deuis
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    Schematic was wrong.
    Its dual coils in series.
    2 x 4 filar series.JPG

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  • RS_
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    Deuis,

    2018-07-13_14-38-24.jpg

    This is a series adding coil strands, what your Sch show's, is not series adding..... All though you may have your coil hooked up like this, and only the Sch is wrong.....
    Last edited by RS_; 07-13-2018, 02:49 PM.

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  • Faraday88
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    Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Good try ..but not good enough!!!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    @RS and others It was my response for the Truth seekers not for hooligans!!!

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  • Deuis
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    Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
    Good try ..but not good enough!!!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    Shoo fly, don't bother me.

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  • Faraday88
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    Originally posted by Deuis View Post
    Thanks RS,

    This 23AWG Generator coil is a mutilstranded twisted coil in the below configuration.
    All testing was done with this coil in different configurations.
    Core pointed Vertically over the North Magnet
    [ATTACH=CONFIG]6984[/ATTACH]
    Good try ..but not good enough!!!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.

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  • Deuis
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    Thanks RS,

    This 23AWG Generator coil is a mutilstranded twisted coil in the below configuration.
    All testing was done with this coil in different configurations.
    Core pointed Vertically over the North Magnet
    Coil config.JPG
    Last edited by Deuis; 07-13-2018, 01:15 AM.

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