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Kromrey Disclosure - Bedini SG - Beyond the Advanced Handbook by Peter Lindemann

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  • #31
    Originally posted by Dwane Dibley View Post
    There is no "Red Herring" about Marvin Cole. It was this original motor he designed that John Bedini witnessed an output of 100hp. Nothing is documented about his disappearance. He just did not show up for work!! I also think that Jim Watson was/is not a figment of any conspiratorial scheme to distract attention away from any other person. There was no reason to create such an illusion! The energiser provenance was/is common knowledge.

    I get it that you make an argument for the Motor = Energiser, and indeed, I recall an Icehouse web page where commentary was given by John Bedini on the excess output from an energiser which was used to drive a boat. However, to my mind, there is a clear distinction between the operation of an energiser and an electric motor, for that is what the Gray Motor was, a motor driven by high current pulses. If you have not already got the Gray research, google Mark McKay and E V Gray. Mark has spent many years determining the real facts about the Gray Motor. An energiser, as defined by John Bedini's research and outcome requires the operation of recycling energy for its operation. This is implicit in its design. It may operate with a notional form of PWM. The Gray Motor pulse mechanism was independent from the integral energy source, but required the input energy source to operate. By that, I imply that an expendable medium was required to run the Gray Motor, not recyling energy back to the battery supply as with the energiser: which makes the energiser a generator! The Gray Motor used an independent energy source as its input to achieve a greatly increased ratio of energy output. The "Petrol" so to speak that supplied the electricity is not recycled back to re-energise the motor. It could have been, but the economics was just not worth it! The energy supply - Petrol so to speak - was free!!

    I hope this helps.

    Regards

    Dwane
    Hi Dwane ,
    with all due respect to your first hand opinion, I have corresponded with Mark Mckay and had wonderful exchange of understandings on the E V Gray motor..this was 3-4 years ago.. what is really astonishing to me that the tit bits of all this either the ENERGISER/MOTOR/GENERATOR ect are clear in view and none has ever integrated them to make up the stuff!
    any way lets see how things go..!!
    Rgds,
    Faraday88.
    'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
      Hi Dwane ,
      with all due respect to your first hand opinion, I have corresponded with Mark Mckay and had wonderful exchange of understandings on the E V Gray motor..this was 3-4 years ago.. what is really astonishing to me that the tit bits of all this either the ENERGISER/MOTOR/GENERATOR ect are clear in view and none has ever integrated them to make up the stuff!
      any way lets see how things go..!!
      Rgds,
      Faraday88.
      ??? You don't make any sense! This is not what you have already implied! It is OK to change your position, but do not try and make it look like you are not the one making the mistake! You have tried to make up some garbage about the relationship with pulse techniques between the energiser and the Gray motor which as other previous posts have indicated you know very little. And it is unlikely that Mark would have explained in detail how the Gray Motor operated. You have stated it so OWN IT!!!

      Have a good day!
      Last edited by Dwane Dibley; 09-12-2016, 05:44 AM. Reason: grammar

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      • #33
        Regarding the final circuit suggested by Peter on the Video. I have been experimenting with this circuit and I have noticed that care has to be taken with the switching of the batteries. Although the circuit is suggesting 24volts across the primary coil, essentially you only get 18volts. This gives only six volts across the coil: which if this voltage falls due to poor battery charge will severely impact on the performance of the circuit. Thus, if there are any problems with the batteries, old, run down, sulfated and etc., then the circuit will not operate efficiently. The notion of swapping discharged batteries into and out of the circuit for a rest period, essentially requires batteries that are not overly discharged. That is, the circuit, to my mind, will work best as a maintenance charging system and when loads are being drawn. At the present time, for this circuit, battery recovery work takes a lot of hands on administration of the swapping process to bring a bad battery back.
        .

        Regards

        Dwane
        Last edited by Dwane Dibley; 09-16-2016, 03:32 PM.

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Dwane Dibley View Post
          ??? You don't make any sense! This is not what you have already implied! It is OK to change your position, but do not try and make it look like you are not the one making the mistake! You have tried to make up some garbage about the relationship with pulse techniques between the energiser and the Gray motor which as other previous posts have indicated you know very little. And it is unlikely that Mark would have explained in detail how the Gray Motor operated. You have stated it so OWN IT!!!

          Have a good day!
          Take the 'sensible part' of what i intend to show (hopefully you catch it some day)..leave the rest..what is the big deal anyway!!
          good day to you too!!!
          'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Faraday88 View Post
            Take the 'sensible part' of what i intend to show (hopefully you catch it some day)..leave the rest..what is the big deal anyway!!
            good day to you too!!!
            Perhaps you could be a little bit more specific, which "sensible part" would you be referring to? Incidentally, do you work at Electronic City?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Dwane Dibley View Post
              Regarding the final circuit suggested by Peter on the Video. I have been experimenting with this circuit and I have noticed that care has to be taken with the switching of the batteries. Although the circuit is suggesting 24volts across the primary coil, essentially you only get 18volts. This gives only six volts across the coil: which if this voltage falls due to poor battery charge will severely impact on the performance of the circuit. Thus, if there are any problems with the batteries, old, run down, sulfated and etc., then the circuit will not operate efficiently. The notion of swapping discharged batteries into and out of the circuit for a rest period, essentially requires batteries that are not overly discharged. That is, the circuit, to my mind, will work best as a maintenance charging system and when loads are being drawn. At the present time, for this circuit, battery recovery work takes a lot of hands on administration of the swapping process to bring a bad battery back.
              .

              Regards

              Dwane
              Dwane, not sure I follow you. You should get the difference of potential of batteries "A"+"B"-"C" across the coil, minus a bit for switching losses.

              So if "A" was 25.0v, "B" was 25.0v and "C" was 24.0v you should be seeing approximately 26.0v across the coil when the transistor/s switch.

              Can you explain where you are only seeing 18 or 6 volts, or where you are measuring this?

              John K.

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Dwane Dibley View Post
                Perhaps you could be a little bit more specific, which "sensible part" would you be referring to? Incidentally, do you work at Electronic City?
                Yes you got it right...hope you did not pun intend here!! there is a place by that name where i live here in Bangalore Karnataka Bangalore..Electronic City that is...
                Rgds,
                Faraday88.
                'Wisdom comes from living out of the knowledge.'

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by John_Koorn View Post
                  Dwane, not sure I follow you. You should get the difference of potential of batteries "A"+"B"-"C" across the coil, minus a bit for switching losses.

                  So if "A" was 25.0v, "B" was 25.0v and "C" was 24.0v you should be seeing approximately 26.0v across the coil when the transistor/s switch.

                  Can you explain where you are only seeing 18 or 6 volts, or where you are measuring this?

                  John K.
                  Hi John,
                  Essentially, when measuring across A and B in a static condition, you will get the combined voltage - say 25.2volts. As soon as the trigger switches current through the coil, this places A and B in parallel with C. A and B will at this time now show 18 volts if the batteries are good - a simple meter test will confirm this. If the batteries are poor condition, sulfated and etc, then this 18 volts will dramatically decrease to say maybe 15 volts or 13 volts depending upon their condition. As we need a minimum of 2 volts above the voltage on battery C to enable charging, and with the combined resistance and or impedance of the primary coil being in series with the battery it becomes unlikely that any charging will take place under these circumstances. Assuming then that battery C is good - say 12.6v - this leaves the difference across the coil resistance when switching. A scope probe will confirm this and you should show a progression of two pulse steps - 24 -> 18 -> 6, then 200 radiant spike.

                  So when I stated that you are seeing 18 or 6 volts, the first voltage is from realtime coil switched into circuit, the second voltage is what I am seeing on my scope across coil. You can measure the A and B with a meter when just connected across C without pulse to see the drop, and possible resistance in the battery if sulfated.

                  Regards

                  Dwane

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Dwane Dibley View Post
                    Hi John,
                    Essentially, when measuring across A and B in a static condition, you will get the combined voltage - say 25.2volts. As soon as the trigger switches current through the coil, this places A and B in parallel with C. A and B will at this time now show 18 volts if the batteries are good - a simple meter test will confirm this. If the batteries are poor condition, sulfated and etc, then this 18 volts will dramatically decrease to say maybe 15 volts or 13 volts depending upon their condition. As we need a minimum of 2 volts above the voltage on battery C to enable charging, and with the combined resistance and or impedance of the primary coil being in series with the battery it becomes unlikely that any charging will take place under these circumstances. Assuming then that battery C is good - say 12.6v - this leaves the difference across the coil resistance when switching. A scope probe will confirm this and you should show a progression of two pulse steps - 24 -> 18 -> 6, then 200 radiant spike.

                    So when I stated that you are seeing 18 or 6 volts, the first voltage is from realtime coil switched into circuit, the second voltage is what I am seeing on my scope across coil. You can measure the A and B with a meter when just connected across C without pulse to see the drop, and possible resistance in the battery if sulfated.

                    Regards

                    Dwane
                    Thanks for the reply Dwane. I'm not seeing this with my setup. Are you able to sketch out your setup so we can compare notes. You can PM it to me if you wish.

                    John K.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by John_Koorn View Post
                      Thanks for the reply Dwane. I'm not seeing this with my setup. Are you able to sketch out your setup so we can compare notes. You can PM it to me if you wish.

                      John K.
                      No problem. I'll set up a test and try to take some scope shots tomorrow. I can't see where we are differing. The key is a similarity to the three battery switch, but, in this case, John warns when using a dead battery as "C" to avoid sucking the other batteries dry! What that mean is 24volts across say 1 volt. Almost a short circuit. In our circuit, I am suggesting something less dramatic.

                      I'll be back!

                      regards

                      Dwane

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                      • #41
                        Build Progress photo

                        Hello all.

                        Just a minor update and build photo.

                        Started with a Nema 17 bracket which is not quite the right size for this Buehler # 1.13.044.284.50 50 watt motor.
                        Used a step drill to enlarge my center hole then a #20 twist drill to cut new mounting holes.

                        biggerholes.jpg

                        Still not sure if this is the best thread to share an actual build as these previous questions still remain unanswered...

                        -What is the wire gauge John used for the rotor coils?
                        -What is the approximate number of turns he used per coil?
                        -Are his rotor and pole pieces solid or laminate layers?
                        -Are ceramic (ferrite) magnets suitable?
                        -Is this the correct thread to start detailing a replication attempt based on the recent disclosure or is there another thread of other builders actually building these on this forum?

                        Please respond.

                        Kindest regards;

                        }:>

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                        • #42
                          Scorch

                          1- 23 gauge will work.
                          2 its not about turns, 3 strands in parallel to make a 3.1 ohm resistance circuit.
                          3 - solid cores not laminate. use ductile iron, non ferrous axle, brass is preffered
                          4- BaFE magnets are needed not ceramic or neo magnets
                          5- a slip ring assembly and brushes from an alternator will work to get the power out of the rotor.

                          .002 gap rotor to pole pieces. rotor gap radiused to match the pole piece.

                          you really need the kromrey DVD

                          http://www.teslagenx.com/dvds/eftv_1...?category=dvds

                          Tom C


                          experimental Kits, chargers and solar trackers

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                          • #43
                            Hey Tom.

                            Fourth try is a charm? I am not sure but I think there is a web form bug because it appears this site has crashed several times after I tried to reply and I have to keep 'tweaking' things to get this to work...
                            And this is not first time this has happened and also Aaron hasn't replied to the last three messages over the last few weeks and don't know why. . .

                            At any rate; thank you for the pointers.

                            I think I do have some 23 gauge on hand.
                            Do I understand correctly that John actually wound three lengths in parallel for each coil?

                            One thing I observed is that it appears his coils are somewhat cone shaped and I believe there may be a specific reason for winding less wire close to the magnet.
                            This design reminds me of the original Muller Motor coils.



                            I do have the Kromrey DVD (along with many others from the series) but it's been a few years since I viewed it so I do need to review that.

                            Not sure about Barium Ferrite magnets.
                            As near as I can tell; this actually is the same thing as the common ceramic magnets as described here-
                            http://allmag.co.za/magnets/permanen...s-ceramic.html

                            And the photo of John's original converter looks like he used the same 1.875" x 0.875" x 0.375" ceramic-ferrite magnets commonly used in many SSG projects.

                            Am I missing something here?
                            Aren't ceramic ferrite magnets the same as BaFE magnets?

                            And if not, can you provide a reference or source?

                            I do have brass shaft and a few different types of slip rings.
                            I also just acquired a very nice 3", 3lb brass disk and hope my drill press and skills are good enough to make a decent flywheel somewhere close to being true and balanced...

                            Thank you for your assistance.

                            Kindest regards;

                            }:>


                            Originally posted by Tom C View Post
                            Scorch

                            1- 23 gauge will work.
                            2 its not about turns, 3 strands in parallel to make a 3.1 ohm resistance circuit.
                            3 - solid cores not laminate. use ductile iron, non ferrous axle, brass is preffered
                            4- BaFE magnets are needed not ceramic or neo magnets
                            5- a slip ring assembly and brushes from an alternator will work to get the power out of the rotor.

                            .002 gap rotor to pole pieces. rotor gap radiused to match the pole piece.

                            you really need the kromrey DVD

                            http://www.teslagenx.com/dvds/eftv_1...?category=dvds

                            Tom C

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by Scorch View Post
                              And this is not first time this has happened and also Aaron hasn't replied to the last three messages over the last few weeks and don't know why. . .
                              What messages?
                              Aaron Murakami





                              You never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete. ― Richard Buckminster Fuller

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                              • #45
                                Ah; there he is! Hey Aaron.

                                I sent private messages through this forum to you on 8/30 (subject: "Kromrey Disclosure"), on 9/19 (subject: "Kromrey Disclosure" [resend]) and on 9/25 (subject: "are you still there?"). (see my sent items directory in my message center)

                                If they never got to you then no worries. Probably just a site glitch although they are still there in my "sent" items...

                                If there is any additional information about John's original Kromrey Converter; this would be very useful.
                                Even just a couple really good high resolution photos would be a very nice addition to this thread.

                                Tom has already revealed that a goal appears to be coils wound with 3 lengths of 23 AWG to be around 3.1 ohms and this in itself is very useful.
                                I do have the energy from the vacuum DVD on this but still need to review that since seeing it a few years ago.

                                Thank you for all your help.

                                Kindest regards;

                                }:>


                                Originally posted by Aaron Murakami View Post
                                What messages?

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