Started by Ufopolitics, Nov 19, 2023, 03:39 PM
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Quote from: Fessor on Feb 13, 2024, 01:57 PMHi Ufopolitics,it's a surprisingly smooth and nice sine out, and seems to be a prof that bloch-displacement/pumping into secondary occur completely as anticipated by you, what an accomplishment!What primary factor do you think could lay behind the voltage drop seen on secondary under load?To analyze the voltage drop on secondary at load, one could try to make a 5 point graph showing power in and out respectively at different voltages and loads, simply to recognize the pattern for around where there seems to be a breaking point (if any), could maybe reveal some and also become a reference point for further improvements in the balancing and core material/structure.I am still amazed, so well done.SincerelyFessor
Quote from: Fessor on Feb 13, 2024, 01:57 PMWhat primary factor do you think could lay behind the voltage drop seen on secondary under load?
Quote from: Ufopolitics on Feb 13, 2024, 02:33 PMThere are two factors required on the Exciting System (primary)...the first one, we have achieved so far...it is Output Voltage gain above input...The second one is amperage gain...I am still working on that one, even though I have played with it in the past, and I have shown that video on this topic.The "gradual stepping" of Sequential Fields, increases voltage over time...while the fast impact, (short timing) causes amperage gain.