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Resonance Energy Methods Document
[pdf]http://www.free-energy-info.co.uk/Smith.pdf[/pdf]


Chapter 3 page 22
[pdf]http://www.free-energy-info.com/Chapter3.pdf[/pdf]


Don Smith Free Energy Video Link
http://www.metacafe.com/watch/2820531/don_smith_free_energy/

Don's Reference to Tables and Formula
http://www.overunityresearch.com/Ref/Chapter1HandbookTablesFormulas.zip

Here are the Donald L. Smith 1996 Tesla Symposium videos!  
Part 1
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6mV89RvaBYk&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 2
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_uzD5IaTqL0&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 3
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1kbJ3-M3vo&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 4
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sBCRbe6lbI8&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 5
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gXvMpw84sIM&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 6
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j6cFNBAjJLU&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 7
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4FA8d_RV3Yk&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 8
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhuAAcM2JLA&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 9
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQ3R5Vnkz6o&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 10
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTHUPj9Zh5c&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 11
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNuil65sLPI&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 12
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4xEQwwVss0&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 13
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96bTktnhWyo&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 14
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HtsILV75TGU&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 15
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO8NgXtsBlI&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 16
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lwz9EUZK8TA&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 17
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daaAtHn4eU0&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 18
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugfk7bc2TRk&feature=related[/youtube]

Part 19
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pJGRKg54yao&feature=related[/youtube]


Don Smith's Interview and Workshop

Part1
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UojMvCN3gck[/youtube]


Part2
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H70LbMYPXr4[/youtube]


Part3
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k9kG7QFkt5Y[/youtube]


Part4
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u87hcnR8L94[/youtube]


Part5
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pvBOVB9Au0s[/youtube]
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Hi Stewart
Thanks for those links i will place them up in the main document

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Hi Stewart
Thanks for those links i will place them up in the main document

Peter

Everything seems to be almost done!  So far I really like the navigation.  I guess you can delete my post if it is going to be main document.  I have never seen these videos and so far they have been pretty revealing.   Anyway should I use the shout feature to talk to you guys?  Also one thing that I noticed earlier was that I couldn't PM?  I may have have over looked something or maybe this feature is not set up yet!!!

   
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Hi Stprue,

Good to see you here.
   

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Hi Stprue,

Good to see you here.
I'm glad to be here!  actually just finished an experiment with my resonant induction coils!  I have been working slow though due to the fact my DMM died! The good news is that my brand new RIGOL oscope will be with me for the holidays along with some fuses  :D  Anyways I'm glad to be working with you guys so thanks for the initial invite.

P.S What happened to the Shout feature???

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Hi stprue

Great to hear the scope will be with you soon, i recently bought a 200Mhz pc based scope as well which is so much better than my old owon, we just have to be careful with this high voltage stuff that we don't do damage.
You have been doing some great build work, it would be great to see some pictures, i know you had a Hairpin which was amazing.

Peter

   
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Yes Stew, be CAREFUL with your new scope around HV stuff my friend!

I know it would ruin my christmas if I zapped my scope. The rules I use with HV devices are:

When HV is on I only use scope probe as a sniffer antenna, a few feet away on the bench.

I only probe the device when the HV supply is off and all caps have been shorted with a copper brush (large guage stranded wire spread into nice brush taped to end of plastic rod.)

Left hand in pocket or at least hook left thumb into pocket when adjusting a live HV device or discharging HV caps.

@Peter I also have one of those USB DSO, I use it for the spectrum analyser function, mine has a "hantek" badge on it, capable of 150 million samples per second so useable bandwidth of 75MHz. The probes that came with it are really nicely made. Love the ease of getting screen grabs of data.
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Thank you for the info's guys!  Don't worry  only sniffing and low voltage for my scope.  I have reworked the hairpin into something else...not finished yet.  I want to test the circuit like Don does  ie with a center tapped coil!  I also want to learn how to change frequency, electromagnetic induction/resonance and oh yah...how to use my new scope.  I figure I will be working with basics for a while as I don't have a lot of time anyways.
   

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Hi Fraser
Hantek seem to be the best ones around i bought the best i could and it has lots of functions for the price, i couldn't buy a bench scope anywhere near the spec of it.

Peter
« Last Edit: 2009-12-16, 08:42:10 by Peterae »
   

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Frequency equals matter...
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Hi GK,

Good to see you here my man!
   

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I will also be purchasing an LRC meter very soon!  I have been looking around and  the

Extech 380193 Passive Component LCR Meter looks to be pretty good.  Any advice?

   

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It's not as complicated as it may seem...
Hi Stew.

Yeah, that meter looks pretty much the same as the one Peter and I bought, the Tonghui TH2821A, about $200.

Make sure the Extec has a 10kHz setting for better resolution.

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It's not as complicated as it may seem...
Stew,

OK, I checked the specs of the Extech, and the Tonghui TH2821A is a much better meter for the same money, or perhaps $50 more.

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Thanks for the advice Poynt! 

I was actually looking at that LCR meter but I read a few reviews that said cheap and flimsy body/stand, really bad battery life!  I did see it on ebay new for like 100-150$
   

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This is one of the reviews I was talking about!

 2.0 out of 5 stars  Made in China, December 7, 2009
By    Junkfighter - See all my reviews
This instrument is being touted as a portable device equipped with a NiMH 9V rechargeable battery.
In a sense, it is portable... if you don't mind having the meter permanently connected to ac line... for you won't be able to charge the battery.
'Kind of defeats the purpose of portability.
The manufacturer knows about the problem and will try to convince you otherwise by including errata in the Operation Manual, which states: "The battery will be charged when the meter is power-on by using DC adaptor power supply". Don't believe it.
I have checked two new BR2822 and both suffered from the same problem: no battery charge.

If one attempts to operate the meter off-battery juice anyway, then there is another feature lurking behind the twisted bends of the software code:
The instrument shuts down every 5 minutes or so, regardless, whether it is being used or not. Imagine pressing the power button some 12-times an hour WHILE you keep working on your project.

Customer support is non-existent: you won't hear a word either from the local US distributor Kaito Electronics or from polite (mum) MCPCH headquarters in Shanghai.

The case is made of a low-grade, cheaply finished plastic, and it shows.
The back recliner stand flexes easily even upon very modest force exerted on the push-buttons.
Perhaps, to compensate for the excessive flexing of the stand, the included Kelvin leads are stiff, making the work with small components rather awkward.
There is a large infra-red window on the top side of the enclosure despite none of the models having any IR communications capabilities.

If you don't mind the permanent umbilical ac cord or listed idiosyncrasies, the meter does the job: comparison with a new, calibrated Protek Z9218 instrument confirmed accuracy of the BR2822.

There is another look-alike model TH2821A having similar specs to BR2822 but made by Chongzhou Tonghui Electronics, or whoever the true OEM of both meters is.
   

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Chapter 3 page 22
http://www.free-energy-info.com/Chapter3.pdf

See page 3-14

This is from US Patent  3781601 and deserves further study.

Notice the tungsten electrodes, and read what he says about the dielectric inside the outer case.

see column 5, lines 35 thru 45

interesting

EDIT: corrected the patent number
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Hi Grumpy

It's great to see your name again on Posts.

I have seen this device before, i wonder if anyone has tried a replication, it maybe something i will try at some point in the future.
Thanks for bringing it up, very interesting.

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Hi Grumpy

It's great to see your name again on Posts.

I have seen this device before, i wonder if anyone has tried a replication, it maybe something i will try at some point in the future.
Thanks for bringing it up, very interesting.

Peter

The quartz will not block the UV.   I wonder what else comes with that?

EDIT: a similar patent is 4260933 by Jerry Volland

Looking for a straight Xenon Tube, but he says that any ionizable gas and mercury or sodium vapor can be used - this means that just about any arc lamp or gas bulb can be used including neon bulbs and the mercury and sodium lamps in my shop.  Recall that Dollard used an argon bulb in his Tesla transmitter demonstration in place of the top metallic terminal.

He says you can use oil or purified water as the dielectric, an also a solid such as ceramic with "small molecules".  Knowing that some fo the polymers with large molecules are good at shielding "certian things", this reference to small molecules composing the dielectric may indicate that "cartain things" are not shielded by these dielectrics.  Anyone around he a dielectric expert?

EDIT:
in gases polarization goes up with molecular weight, so Xenon has a much higher polarization than neon

Does anyone see where this is going?  Come on, think out of the box for a few minutes.
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So what are we saying grumpy? Produce some high energy discharges (in the abnormal glow discharge region) and somehow downconvert emmisions outside the quartz envelope? Would one have to break the glass to get to the quartz envelope or will the glass pass the good stuff too? I'm asking because I have a couple of mercury bulbs on hand.
   

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(I need this lamp stuff moved to my bench)

So what are we saying grumpy? Produce some high energy discharges (in the abnormal glow discharge region) and somehow downconvert emmisions outside the quartz envelope? Would one have to break the glass to get to the quartz envelope or will the glass pass the good stuff too? I'm asking because I have a couple of mercury bulbs on hand.

Yes.  I have some mercury, sodium, and metal hydride lamps and I think you'll need to break the glass to get closer to the quartz tube.  Do not look at a lit bulb without glass as the UV is nasty.  Per the patent, you need the capacitive caps on each end as well as the outer can (which forms a cap with the ionized gas as the other plate).

Why is the efficiency is increased when this arc-lamp-crossed-capacitor device is used in the circuit?

Pavel states that the "relative condenser" formed by the caps (30 and 32) over the electrodes (24 and 25) oscillates and the "absolute condenser" formed by the ionized gas and the metal envelope (36) reamins constant.  He adds that an oscillation is present in the "absolute condenser" if the caps (30 and 32) are removed and the efficiency is greatly reduced.  So, it appears the the "absolute condenser" is always "charged".

Does the polarizability of a gas increase with pressure?
   
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Don Smith designed his device to resonate at 200kHz both sides, also Lester Hendershot designed his device around same frequency.
Does anybody know, what is so special about 200kHz?
   
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Hi mlurye,

Where did you get the 200khz spec??

   
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Hi darkspeed,
I just calculated resonance frequency.
L1 ~3uH, C1 ~0.2 uF, f=205468.1480205 Hz
L2 ~13uH, C2 ~0.047uF, f=203610.198131824Hz
   
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Hi mlurye,

Thanks

I did not know that the inductance of L1  -   L2A  -   L2B had been established..

Is the 13uh the total inductance of L2A and L2B as one coil?

Where did you find this?

Thanks!
   
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