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  • Dave,

    Big thanks to you for making the effort to post all the above Bedini Free Energy Generator Booklet information. Many valuable insights contained within those pages and also within this thread. Classic Bedini pointing the way...

    Best to you and all for Christmas 2022,
    Yaro
    Yaro

    "The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you." -Neil Degrasse Tyson

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    • Hi Yaro,

      Happy holidays to you! Are you still working on the zero force motor?

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      • Back at you Dave,

        I have taken a sabbatical from the ZFM for a period of time for data review and a refreshment of outlook. This thread has been very helpful in verifying the results of some of my experiments. Good to read support for the multifilar parallel concept for an air coil when put in series, though I do find this config to be more sensitive to small changes. Touchy may be a better description.

        The next set of contemplated experiments are oriented to creating a superpole a la The Ron Cole method using a 60 degree coil config. Prior experiments have shown that the actual magnetic poles under voltage power are displaced away from the coil ends, hence the physical arc of the coils is reduced to compensate. Placing two opposing coils with the same polarities a specific distance apart should be an interesting experiment - does it create a superpole? We will see...

        Anyway, I hope to have the time to actually experiment with this type of coil config over the next few months. I do not believe that anyone has gone this route as yet. Should be interesting and the data results alone will be useful to the knowledge base.

        Happy New Year Brother,
        Yaro
        Yaro

        "The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you." -Neil Degrasse Tyson

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        • Good to hear Yaro…looking forward to your results.

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          • Posts from Bedini Monopole Forum…

            This was posted for archiving reasons and or general reading. If you want to understand the Bedini SSG there is no better reference material than the Bedini SSG Handbooks as found at https://emediapress.com/


            Dave Wing
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            Last edited by Dave Wing; 12-27-2022, 01:04 AM.

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            • Mirrored Thomas Bearden Website…. https://billstclair.com/www.cheniere.org/toc.html

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              • John Bedini-Cejka Files- Ron Cole… as found on the EFTV disc.

                Part 1

                We need to understand that John Bedini made the SSG from the 1984 machine (those were his own words) he condensed the (((1984 motor/generator))) into one machine. Notice the waveforms in the images below, they can be made with a separate North and separate South Pole with an air gap that is slightly less than the core area of your coil. Or you can just turn the magnets on their sides 90 degrees, it produces the same waveform. As some of you know I am working in this area now on the bench.

                I learned from Paul Babcock, as an example, that you can make the motor section large, with large diameter wire (12-14 awg) power coils with a resistance value of 2-5 ohms these large coils should be a good place to start. With this arrangement you can get much more flyback while expending the same amount of energy from the primary battery when compared to ,small wire 20-30 awg 2-5 ohm coils. You also get a larger amount of magnetic motoring energy if you use a larger mass coil. Mass is the secret to these systems. Peter showed how widening the SSG coil produced more magnetic/ mechanical energy. We need to think big in these systems if we want to see something!

                The key is to maximize the magnetic energy produced by increasing mass of your power coil, which is increasing wire gauge cross section while increasing the length of your wire wound on your power coil. More torque in addition to more flyback for no more electrical energy spent will give you an advantage to help make up any losses found in the system. I suspect that these principles are what contributes to very high efficiency rates in large high hp motors, over a thousand plus hp, they are very efficient compared to their smaller low hp motors. Large diameter rotor, large conductors with long lengths of wire and long or lengthened stator poles etc. Ron Cole also describes this below in comparing mass ratio’s.

                Note: The separate generator and the separate motor are both (((PULSE DRIVEN MACHINES))) combined on a common shaft much like the SSG if you add a pulse generator coil to your SSG stator. Remember the wind generator mode where John rotates his SSG with the fan (((Pulse Generator))) Do we even need the primary battery when operating the SSG as a wind generator? Could you replace the primary battery with a capacitor instead?

                Also consider Peter Lindemann with his SSG machine with a few power coils and many generator coils, it also included a 3 battery swapper circuit.

                One more thing Ron Cole mentions is speed of these generators increases output vastly and output is not linear.

                Hope this helps someone… in the mouse army!


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                • Part 2


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                  • Part 3

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                    • Part 4

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                      • Part 5

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                        • Part 6

                          - Image number 5, in this post is where the (((Cole motor))) is shown and it consists of all the images in Part number 7 and 8. The (((Cole Generator))) is all images above image number 5, on this post, some images above in Ron Cole’s lab notes show the motor and generator on the same shaft.

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                          • Part 7

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                            • Part 8

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                              • When looking at the waveform below and comparing it to the one above in Part 6 we can see that this image below was the early style or concept, Ron Cole at some point in his research advanced the concept to the second waveform that did not retrace back to the zero point on the scope. There was also a third concept he tried and it performed the best until the machine blew apart.

                                Also when studying the image below we can see how closely that little machine and the scope shot resemble the Kromrey converter machine and the Kromrey converter waveform, so in saying this we need to make some advancements in our research, we need to advance to the second then to the third waveform or concept to achieve the desired results.

                                What is the third, the last waveform? It could very well be as simple as moving the North and South a little closer together, a little tighter air gap between them so the core catches a little more of each magnet when passing or it could be two magnets, a North and South turned on its side 90 degrees, with a small air gap in between them. These two arrangements described do in fact produce the last or last concept waveform shown by Ron Cole.



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